Which of these do you choose to be true for you?
You don’t need to work the number of hours everyone else is doing or telling you to do. You need to work the hours that will work for you.
How getting rest and having fun helped me accomplish SO MUCH throughout my PhD, including 12 conferences and awards for public speaking.
Opening up the possibility that PhD life – and the entire academic cosmos around it – can be a different way: that is joyful, pleasurable, full of ease and lightness and fun.
It would be irresponsible for me NOT TO coach the way I do. Here’s exactly how I do coach – and why.
A story about trying to shit in peace, throwing out expectations and setting down some stern boundaries.
My lack of enthusiasm around acquiring the Dr title has not only made me feel like a weirdo but also been a cause of much internal friction, confusion and disconnect throughout my PhD years.
An overview of five unique challenges of PhD life and some ways to face them with more grace, clarity, ease, joy
I promise – when things go wrong in your research, it’s NOT the end of the world. In fact, it could just be the very thing to make your research BETTER. Here’s how.
Some thoughts on tasks, to-do lists and giving yourself lots more slow, easy time to get shit done – and better