It’s not a secret that I’m a little less than happy with my current job. I try really hard to only communicate highlights with people that I don’t really know, and also to just focus on the things that make it good in conversation. I recognize the power of positive thinking, and the influence ofContinue reading “How to Work When You Really Don’t Want To”
I got the idea for this post after listening to the Bad on Paper Podcast, and I happened to stumble upon a related BBC article regarding time management/how much is on your plate. I thought it would be a fun new take on how to keep going even when it seems like there is noContinue reading “Motivation Monday: Burnout at Work”
WIP: Learning our love languages to better serve one another Since I’m on my honeymoon this week, I thought it would be fun to investigate our love languages! I actually do not know my love language(s) so this is a completely new experience for me. Don’t get me wrong, I have an amazing husband andContinue reading “WIP Wednesday: Love Languages”
You spend approximately one third of the day at work. This does not include breaks or commuting. If I am to assume you also spend 8 hours asleep, that means the majority of your waking hours are spent at work. This in turn means that your job needs to bring you some sort of happiness otherwise you are suffering, and you’re hurting those around you.
Hello, I hope your evening is going well. If you will give me a moment, I would like to briefly discuss stress management. Lately my heart just hasn’t really been into anything. I haven’t really wanted to get up in the morning, even if it was a day that I didn’t have to go toContinue reading “Chugging Along”
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. Aristotle Recently, I have been dealing with a serious case of imposter syndrome. Imposter syndrome is this thing that makes you feel like you’re in the wrong place, like you don’t belong, and all because you’re unqualified. It afflicts PhDContinue reading “To Be Excellent, You Must Practice”