Post 17 of 30 An ADHD paradox When thinking about context switching—and today was a Tigger day of bouncing between projects, teaching planning, admin, organising a symposium, meetings, and catching up with marking—routines emerged again as a topic. Or rather as a non-existent entity that I ought to start getting a hang of. I still […]
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 finally gave me a picture to an issue I had for a while. There seems to be some struggle with context switching at the moment. […]
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?
Washing Machine Emergency & CPD Sessions: when a flooded kitchen throws the spanner into your writing plans.
This post focuses on ADHD strategies for coping with distractions in meetings.
So there are a couple of reasons for this post. 1: The first is that our manager found the following definition of an inclusive work-environment in the Microsoft eLesson Unconscious Bias Resource: What does an inclusive culture look like? People are respected, valued, and seen People can be their authentic selves. There’s no need to […]
How to link outlook sub-folders to your desktop so you do not forget to check them.
Get Organized–Get Things Done One of my aims for this year was to become better organized to find a system. And Heureka! Whoohoo! Happy Dance! I have found it. From beginning: I have a myriad of journals which I write for different purposes and with varying consistency. One for projects, for meetings, for messy ideas, […]