Sometimes I realise that an important idea I’ve been talking about, almost since the beginning of the blog, has never had a post of it’s
You know I love Kamler and Thomson’s Tiny Texts–and we talk about them at length in our Academic Writing Trouble book. I’ve also talked before
Perhaps you feel like your year swings into productivity and then out again. Perhaps you are aware of all the wobbles and adjustments you are constantly having to make. Perhaps sometimes you need to reach out for support. Maybe sometimes you fall off balance and have to quickly get back up again. These are ways that people talk to me about balance–and they suggest that they are therefore ‘bad at balance’, ‘unbalanced’. But actually, this is exactly how bodies and minds should balance.
I’ve mentioned ‘done lists‘ before, but as it’s the beginning of the year, I thought it was time to remind you about them. In January,
Someone whose work I really appreciate is Jo Van Every (@JoVanEvery). She has written a lot of blog posts (for example Juggling 101: Elements of
We all know academic writing “shouldn’t quote Wikipedia”… but what we often get wrong is why it’s not ‘the done thing’. The real reason isn’t
When I started going to the gym (see Exercising Like a Girl parts 1 and 2), one of the things that was kind of weird,