Hello again, all! In my last post I shared about some of the tools I use for writing. I also shared a little bit about how these tools have helped me to learn more about my writing habits and also in examining why I think/feel/act the way I do when it comes to daunting task … Continue reading Know Thyself: The Ultimate Lesson from a Writing Retreat
Happy July, readers! I have found myself having the inevitable gripey conversation with colleagues and friends about how summer has already shockingly FLOWN by. Why is it that time always speeds up when we have more time and flexibility to get our work done? I hope my prior post on the How to Write a … Continue reading How to Track Your Time to Meet Your Writing Goals
Hello, friends! I hope your summer is off to a great start. My university hosted a summer writing retreat for grad students, post-docs, and faculty members which whipped my summer writing into pretty good shape. I've been feeling inspired by the content of the retreat and want to share my thoughts/tips/questions with you! Before digging … Continue reading How to Write a Lot by Paul J. Silvia: TGSG Must-Read #1
I’ve been absent on here for months. I wrote this post back in September (hence the autumn pictures) but didn’t want to post it. I was really struggling. Well, I’m back! And I’m ready to share. Here’s what I wrote on September 28th, 2018: “I kind of don’t know where to start with this … Continue reading Three weeks of the shoulds: Why I decided to wait a year to apply to internship.
How do I get better at writing? I think this may be one of the few questions that plagues EVERY graduate student (and even you high achieving undergrads and post-bacs, in preparation for grad school). Regardless of area of expertise or specific grad school structure or requirements, nearly all of us have to tackle an … Continue reading Want to Tackle Your Writing Routine? Understand Your Tendency