You Need a Shut Up and Write Group Like You Need to Eat

Aimee Edgeworth

Like eating regular meals, there’s another thing you know you need to do, want to do, have to do, but can hardly find the time for: Writing.

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Working at Home: Academics During the Plague Edition

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

It's time to do your weaponized bat experiments, people.

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What to Do When Your Plans Get Thrown Out the Window

Sarah Dobson

Now that the dust is beginning to settle on our new abnormal, here's how to create some structure and control.

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Not that Kind of Investment: Tales of Time Commitment

Pipette Protagonist, PhD

Spoiler: Your most precious commodity is time.

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How to "Do it All" (By Not Doing it All)

Katie Loth, PhD

As an academic mom of three, I get asked all of the time how I “do it all”. Short answer: I don’t! Long answer: Check out these thoughts, tips …

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Tune the When, How Much, and What in Your Days

Steven Weissenburger, M.Ed.

You can have balance, productivity, and meaning when you know how to tune the when, how much, and what of your activities.

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Science is Demanding Gordon Ramsay Quality at Ray Kroc Speeds

Josh Fessel, MD, PhD

"You Wanna Supersize That?" Is No Way to Approach Doing Science!

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10 Tips on Providing Feedback to Students

Evelyne Deplazes, PhD

My tips on providing effective feedback to help your students progress

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Dot Journal Your Way to Productivity

Aimee Edgeworth

Dot-journaling is not just hipster slang for to-do list, it’s a different way of looking at lists altogether.

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Not that Kind of Progress: Tales of Setting up a New Laboratory

Pipette Protagonist, PhD

Spoiler: It takes time!

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