How getting rest and having fun helped me accomplish SO MUCH throughout my PhD, including 12 conferences and awards for public speaking.
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.
Some thoughts on tasks, to-do lists and giving yourself lots more slow, easy time to get shit done – and better
8 best tips for creating nourishing, fulfilled, full days (in and out of your PhD)
Here’s why I’m always trying to get you further and further away from the things we’ve been told to do our whole lives (hustle! grind! accomplish! progress!)
Yes, yes, yes – you are allowed to curate your PhD experience the way you want and need it to be
Consider these 3 things the very next time you start thinking, “But I suck and I’m failing my PhD because they’re doing better than me…”
There is so much out there that reinforces the message that writing has to be synonymous with struggle, suffering, blocks and difficulty. I’m here to remind you that writing can also be joyful.
Just because everyone else is driving themselves hard, it doesn’t make it more okay for us to beat up harder on ourselves. It’s the opposite: it’s realising that it’s totally, forgivingly okay that we don’t do everything we set out to do.