Professional development. Training needs analyses. Skills checklists. Interactive learning journals. E-portfolios. Career objectives. As a new postgraduate researcher, it feels like I’m spending half of my time doing stuff, and the other half, writing stuff about doing stuff. And that isn’t okay.Read More #3: Writing a thing, about writing a thing
to make or cause to make a ringing metallic sound, typically a discordant one.
One day, I can find myself so incredibly energetic: like a fire has lit up my core; my head, brimming with passion, pride, and the overwhelming will to make change happen….and then, THUD. The energy, dissipated, leaves a void of helplessness in its wake. I bury my head under the sheets for another hour. More sleep. Just an hour. I’ll get up soon.Read More #2: The Fire and The Thud
From what I gather, existential crises are super common amongst researchers – so I’m not going to make out as if I’m the only one who’s ever gone through this.Read More #1: Uprooted and Anxious
‘All Res’ is a space. An empty space. At least, it’s empty now, as I’m clumsily bashing these characters into my phone keypad.