What to Do When Your To-Do Lists Get Buried

Rebecca Helton, MA

Desk a mess? Get organized virtually.

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Read This: Insights on Priorities Including Doing Less

Aimee Edgeworth

Top picks from the most balanced academic leader we know.

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Walk the Dog: How Writing Every Day Can Make a Project Seem Less Daunting

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

In her Chronicle Vitae article, Joli Jensen equates her daily writing time with walking the dog. That is, many people view their writing obligations as “wild beasts, lurking in the …

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Six Sacrifices You Shouldn't Make for Work

The Edge for Scholars

If you routinely check your work email the moment you wake up and right before you go to bed at night, then you might have a problem. If you call …

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Link: "Good" Hard vs. "Bad" Hard

The Edge for Scholars

When working in research, issues are bound to arise. That’s just the nature of the job and why there are often several trials—and many errors. However, some issues …

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Neuroscience Pretenure Boot Camp in Seattle? Yes, Please!

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

The Brain Sciences Foundation offers an outstanding chance for underrepresented folks to get training on the business of starting your career in a free bootcamp this summer. Apply now!

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How to Thrive Amid Academic Chaos

The Edge for Scholars

The end of a semester is always hard.  Kerry Ann Rockquemore offers advice for taming the chaos. While there’s plenty of literature out there on how to survive during …

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Quick Like Bunnies, Spend $5 Now for a Better Academic New Year

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Quick like a bunny....snag the best academic organizer of your life for $5 at Passion Planner.

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Productivity Tip #4: Do You Put the PRO in Procrastination?

Rebecca Helton, MA

Do You Put the PRO in Procrastination? Procrastination is closely related to impatience. Their kinship is based on our bias toward the present over the future. Both are examples of …

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Doing Better in Academics in Your 40's: You'll Need an Eye Exam for That

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Not long ago, the Fighty Squirrel noticed that as her days wound down, she was struggling to read. Over the course of thirty minutes at the very end of the …

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