and a really good one at that
Productive procrastination and other sane, practical advice
I know it's starting to sound repetitive but I promise they are different. This one is the one you read when you already know how to do it but for some reason can't seem to sit down and focus long enough to accomplish it.
It’s all in the application...
Last year, I interviewed two former adjuncts who had gotten fed up with contingent work and decided to make whatever changes were necessary to improve their lives and advance their careers. We called it the “How I Got Out” series. Lately I’ve been drawn once again to that narrative -- regular folks pulling themselves out of bad situations by sheer willpower.
Ever been curious about your future?
An important step to anyone's successful workflow and productivity
Here's a template agenda for meetings with your supervisor by @ithinkwell
Download it, print it, save it to your phone. Whatever is best for you. Also, browse the rest of the website if you have some time, there are great resources on there.
If this doesn't get you writing, I don't know what will
Another side note,
Do you find yourself getting distracted during your writing sessions?
There's nothing like a 5-second social media break turned 3-hour procrastination session.
Yesterday, while on a procrastination session, we actually found something super useful to help us with distractions.
That's all folks, I hope you enjoy the knowledge these authors have been so kind to share. Carry on and make the most of it.