Megan is a weekly Club 75 Blogger as she documents her journey through the CPA Exam. She has been a member of Another71.com's Club 75 since April 2010.
This week hasn't been quite as productive as I would have liked it to be. I'm getting back into the groove, but I'm having trouble getting excited about it. Not that I've really ever been excited about it, but I'm at the point of the pregnancy where I'm large and uncomfortable and can't sit for 3-4 hours watching lectures, and I'm just tired of the studying routine.
I have finished F1, F2, and now onto F3. My husband is in school for his second degree (mechanical engineering), and it really helps having him home to do homework alongside me. If he were just hanging out and/or wanting to always do something, I'm sure I wouldn't have the willpower to say no. He also is really great about helping me around the house and helping me chase around our little boy so I don't send myself into early labor. He's been great, and deserves a little shout-out 🙂
I read a tip in my Becker book to review after every 3 chapters in FAR to make sure you don't lose everything by the time you get to F9. I think I missed this tip last time, and I hope it makes a big difference.
Back to being in a slump how do you get yourself out? I know I haven't been at this process as long as a lot of people, but today marks a year that I have been studying for this thing. How do you pull yourself out and get back on the ball?