Fridge Frittata: A Quick $10 Recipe for Grads
Today’s post begins GradHacker’s Good Eats Recipe and Photo Contest. Submit your recipe for a good meal under $10 to win GradHacker swag. Visit the GradHacker Good Eats contest to get inspired and submit your own recipe!
Liz Homan is a doctoral candidate in the Joint Program in English and Education at The […]
When Life Derails Your Plans
As I write this, I am stuck in a small town in Ohio after an accident on the freeway on my way home from a conference. (I hit a semi wheel that came off a truck and smashed my car’s suspension system. I’m fine but, sadly, my car is not.) Whether it’s a […]
Grad School Guilt
I’m about to write a 900 word blog post about guilt, and I feel guilty about it. Why?
Because I could be spending this time working on my dissertation.
In fact, this is how I feel about most things that aren’t my dissertation. I feel guilty when I’m hanging out with my friends, out to […]
Book Review: Getting Things Done – David Allen
It is rare that I read or hear something that truly changes the way I think and approach my life, but Getting Things Done (GTD) is one of them. Written by David Allen (@GTDGuy), GTD has been a staple on the bookshelf of many busy, productive people: there are GTD groupies all […]
When Family Visits
This post was written by former Gradhacker author Trent M Kays
During a recent busy period in the semester (is there any other type?), my father decided to visit me to see how I was acclimating to my life in Minneapolis, MN. I was admitted to my doctoral program at the University […]
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