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Anyone else have grand plans for completing big chunks of their thesis this summer? I will totally admit that the only thing keeping the procrastination-guilt at bay is the optimist in my head that says, “You’re just too busy right … Continue reading
Could you tweet your thesis topic in 140 characters? Could you explain the whole paper in 120 seconds? I couldn’t. Mostly because I don’t have a topic to tweet or explain, but I digress. I stumbled upon an article from … Continue reading
I’ve been researching how universities support their graduate students through the thesis-writing process for another project I’m working on (it’s okay if you’re impressed), and came across the names of many books written about writing your thesis. The University of … Continue reading
I’m happy to report that the Pomodoro Technique, which I talked about in this blog post, works. Well enough. I guess. I like the idea of breaking my work into 25 minute increments, and I love the little five minute … Continue reading
Thesis retreats. Have you heard of these? Basically, you plan trip so that you can have some peace and quiet to work on your thesis. I love the idea of taking a vacation…but would I actually work on my thesis? … Continue reading
I’ve been reading a lot about time management instead of actually managing my time (you know, by like, working on my thesis?), and I’ve found this thing called the Pomodoro Technique that I wanted to share. I came across it … Continue reading
First of all, I hate that name. Scaddies. A cab driver used it last April when I was looking at SCAD, and I think I physically recoiled. First, my mind goes to scabs, which are gross enough. Then my mind … Continue reading