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Preparation for my YA (or why I'm the worst person in the world)

So it’s 6 weeks until I depart for the South of France and have I booked my flights? No. No I have not. I’m living life on the edge, with my head in the sand. 547 more words

France

How not to write a dissertation

Sorry about the break, I’ve been a bit stressed here.  No, not about the job (well yes, but more of that later).  No, I’ve been trying to cram six months work into eight weeks, to write up a dissertation. 473 more words

Arthur Rank Centre

Summer School Survival Tips

If I seem silent lately, it’s because I have very little time to blog…or sleep! I decided to take two summer classes in order to alleviate my course-load during the fall. 521 more words

Life

College Memories: Middle Eastern Derivative

Vertebrate Zoology is literally the greatest class I ever took at the University of Cincinnati.

It was also one of the most difficult.

We chronicled the evolution of the vertebrae through every taxa up to mammals. 657 more words

Support for Chronic Fatigue in Higher Education.

Today followers, I am continuing my struggles with CFS and working with them to complete my research proposal for a Masters degree.

My mind has been wondering what support I will get at University. 187 more words

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Why be a learner

I remember a conversation I had with one of my professors while pursuing my Masters. We were discussing my future plans when she looked me in the eye and said, “Never stop learning. 244 more words

Encouragement

Great Education Quotes From John Stuart Mill's Autobiography, Chapter 1

Mill’s story of his unusually successful education is worthy of study for every parent, student, and teacher.  Or any lover of clear, precise prose, for that matter. 888 more words

Education