Bang-Yao Liu created this stop-motion animation for his senior project at Savannah College of Art and Design.  It’s simple, clever, and one the best stop-motions of recent times, and it’s on a theme that many of us can relate to: the pressure of working on deadline and dealing with distractions.

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Chris
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Married to the amazing Sarah and raising Jakey, Daniel, Amelia, Josh & Jonah in our blended family. Passionate for Jesus, social work & sport.

0 thoughts on “How to be on time”

  1. Oh dear. My car clock is actually one hour BEHIND. Mainly because I haven’t figured out how to change the clock since we switched to BST. So where does that leave me???????????

  2. My biggest issue is underestimating the amount of time tasks will take. I’m not normally late to events or meetings, but will often have to stop a task and come back to it later because it takes longer than I allowed. By the end of the week, I’m having to catch up on things I haven’t done!

  3. Paula – do you not let Paul sort out the clock. On the other hand it means you are all ready for the autumn!

    Jon – I agree, I think it is incredibly hard. The other problem I find is the way in which things just crop up in ministry. I was in a school on Friday morning and lunchtime, had cleared the afternoon to finish writing a session for a weekend away, but ended up staying in the school due to an ‘incident’ which one of the pupil’s involved wanted me to help resolve. It is difficult learning what to say no to, and how to allow margin of time for that kind of thing.

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