Today's lesson: Never stress.
I realized I was a few days late for an assignment that was due last Monday. These were assignment that has to do with my internship (that started a week ago). Anyway, I e-mailed away the three documents on Wednesday, realized a second time on Friday that there was another teacher I was supposed to sent the Project Plan to. On Saturday I e-mailed it with a big apology for being late and that I didn't realize (yada yada). All fine and good? No.
Yesterday I got an answer from my second teacher that it didn't seemed that I've read her comments of what I should improve (which I actually had and also re-did the plan). I went home today, checked my e-mail and soon discovered I sended BOTH of my teacher the wrong version of my project plan. Quickly re-do my e-mails and send a BIG apology to both of my teachers that in all haste I e-mailed the wrong version.
What I learned from this? Never stress.
When you're sending in an assignment; First of all check that you're sending the right version. Second, It would be rather nice if it was in on time as well. Third, learn how to control your heart rate (Mine was beating quite fast).
They say you learn from your mistakes. I hope to never repeat mine.