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If it doesn’t work…

Day 19 of 30 If it doesn’t work pull the plug I vaguely based this ‘writing for 30 days and see what happens’ on articles like this one by Glen […]

Context Switching

Post 11 of 30 An issue of context switching These last couple of weeks, a term made the rounds in our department which I had never heard before and which […]

Herding Cats

Have you ever heard the expression 'managing academics is like trying to herd cats'? Now every time I hear this I nod knowingly and laugh. Now actually why is this? I mean it's not as if I ever spoke to a professional cat herder. Have you?
Herding Cats

Threw you a curve-ball

Yes, I am still doing the 30 posts in 30 days, but—not during the weekend. Ha! This is my professional(ish) blog so I am taking weekends off. After all there was a living wall to be planted, and a garden-hut to be painted, and the foundation for a deck to be leveled.

Exhausted on Friday

Utterly exhausted. A busy work week and body adjusting to all the physical activity after being a couch potato most of the winter. So I decided to just share some of my mixed-media art from my other blog.
Exhausted on Friday

Finding your voice

The problem with not doing research is finding a writing voice. While it is fairly easy for me to tap ahead and post in this blog about all the things happening in the classroom. None of this—in my opinion—would ever make a publication. I tried, about two years ago, to write an article for a practitioner journal, and it was a bungled mess of gibberish. I just could not find my voice. Besides, here (on my blog) I don't feel like a fraud!

The Vortex of Writing

Warning this is kind of sort of a rant. So I have about 7 different posts drafted all more or less ready to go but more than half of them are fairly negative. I am not sure if this is a side effect of writing every day? Has anyone else made this experience?
The Vortex of Writing