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Working 9 to 5 (ain't no way in academia?)

Science magazine has been giving some distinctly dodgy careers advice of late, with two articles in quick succession seemingly being written by authors who were cryogenically frozen in the fifties and revived in 2015 so as to give us the benefit of their views. 1,743 more words

Life As A Physicist

Workaholic

Work is a funny thing. Sometimes you hate it, sometimes you love it. Some people use it to escape the world, other see it as a world to escape from. 232 more words

Astrology

Idolized Cultural Norms and It's Traps

As a woman who is a natural workaholic, I can safely say that I have a tendency to overwork myself. I grew up subconsciously thinking being a workaholic was healthy. 1,100 more words

Lifestyle

Feeling Anxious? Put Down Your Screens and Improve Your Life, Creative Lawyers

Lawyers are some of the most anxious people I know. As I’ve written about before, high anxiety is so common in the profession that many attorneys don’t even understand that there are other ways of being. 1,672 more words

Associate Life

Daily Riches: Why We Can't Slow Down (Vincent de Paul, Thoreau, Pete Scazzero, and Andréana Lefton)

“The one who hurries delays the things of God.” Vincent de Paul

“Nothing can be more useful to a man than a determination not to be hurried.” H. 330 more words

Busyness

Decompressing Without Alcohol

It’s been a little over 16 months since the last time I’ve had alcohol.  Being in recovery, specifically with doing the 12 steps, I’m more open-minded and aware of problems as they arise.  426 more words

Taidglines

the woe of the workaholic

for those never-repeat moments,

shame I don’t have space

is the love of who rubs close

what matters really

the time to figure out

life, and youth and heart, 42 more words

Writing