3/6/17 ftf, wren

Nothing too exciting to report from the weekend, which was mostly devoted to reading and resting.  I’m starting a month of the fast metabolism diet today, which involves eating some very specific foods on given days, sticking with organics, and drinking an ocean of water.  Today is the day that I present the annual budget to my boss.  I’m usually hyper-prepared for these presentations, but this year I am not.  I hope that is okay.  Really, it seems as if reality and the budget are two separate things.

morning

meditate

Happy Dog Time!

elliptical

work day

e-mail

budget meeting

prepare for budget meeting

Crenezumab – budget review

update Dustin’s Other Support Page

Talk to Wanda about SW adjunct appt.

order supplies

phone Peter

update distributions

Janssen – rad quotes

Eisai – rad quotes

Crenezumab – negotiate

adjunct appt for Troy

phone job candidate

Daniels financials (3/17)

PAMS report (4/7)

figure out mystery phone bills

contact SON, Julie & Spig group re: FNP

update NLF on brady budget

p card documentation

Janssen – budget review & negotiate

Eisai – budget review & negotiate

Roche Final Invoice (due before 7/21)

fraud, waste & abuse training (due 3/31/17)

HIPAA (3/31/17)

start Suven uTRAC

op indicators

faculty income vs salary report

fourth quarter nursing reconciliation & transfer

A5 foregiveness of reimbursement

Crezenumab forgiveness of reimbursement

Eisai forgiveness of reimbursement

A5 uTRAC

Crezenumab uTRAC

Eisai uTRAC

updated FFR (4/1)

review Amaranth amendment

complete first RATS class

investigate possible classes for PAMS

after work

therapy

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Comments on: "3/6/17 ftf, wren" (2)

  1. Reading and resting sounds like the perfect weekend to me! Will be interested to find out how your fast metabolism diet goes. Hope your budget presentation goes well too – given everything that you’ve been through lately, your boss ought to understand if you’re not as hyper-prepared as usual.

  2. That is a scarily long list! Try and remember to go easy on yourself, and as SL says, it’s absolutely OK and normal that the budget hasn’t had your full attention!

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