Actually, I don’t really know. I mean, it can’t be an all-inclusive list — particularly because my experiences aren’t your experiences and my relationship isn’t your relationship. However, I’ve been through the ringer as a grad student spouse (and a grad student). My roles have changed over the past 4 years, so I’ve […]
I broke out mine last week, and then I literally broke it. However, it is still functional, and I will be using it repeatedly throughout the next several months.
If you haven’t ever used a Crock-pot, you are missing out on a great way to have delicious, hot food ready at dinnertime! Frequently, […]
So, maybe you’re a better student than I am and you actually LIKE group work. However, in my experience, most motivated and successful students don’t like group work. It’s not because the work is hard, but the people who fit those descriptions tend to be the folks who end up doing the project or paper, […]
Well my name isn’t Homer, but I just got back into town from spending the weekend with friends and my family at a lake house. As graduate students, we can get a little wrapped up in FINISHING (I can’t imagine) and forget to enjoy the process. I’m guilty, for sure, especially since my partner is […]
Hey, do you Tweet? I didn’t really, thinking that FB was the end all and be all of social networking (remember MySpace?). I would hear about Twitter faux pas and the latest Tweet updates from celebrities like Ashton Kutcher, Lindsay Lohan, […]
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