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Career Conversation on YouTube

Last week I was featured on Career Conversations. I completed an interview with Stefanie and during we discussed everything from mental health, time management and blogging during my PhD. In this blog post, you will find a link to the full video, as well as an overview of the key takeaways.

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Time Management Tips for PhD Students

This blog post needs no introduction. If you are a grad student, time always feels scarce . I often feel like I don’t have enough time. My only option then is to make the most efficient and effective use of what I do have. Here are my top ten tips for making the most out of my time.

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10 personal reflections of a 2nd year PhD student

After finishing the first year of my PhD program, I spent some time reflecting and wrote a blog post on personal reflections from that year, you can read that post here. This process helped me reflect and naturally I wanted to do it again for my second year. Similarly to my first year, after course work was finished, I was exhausted and depleted. Although … Read More 10 personal reflections of a 2nd year PhD student

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What a PhD student (actually) eats in a day + healthy, fast & affordable eating tips

Last week I posted a blog titled ‘what a PhD student (ideally) eats in a day’.  Today’s post is on ‘what a PhD student (actually) eats in a day’. Now this is not to say I eat one way or the other all the time. Realistically, I actually tend to lean more on the ideal side because I prioritize my health within my budget … Read More What a PhD student (actually) eats in a day + healthy, fast & affordable eating tips

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Why I love the Pomodoro Technique

In case you missed it, I posted information on the @ScholarCulture instagram on the Pomodoro Technique. For some of you, this may be a review. But for those who have never heard of this technique and want to increase their time management skills, keep reading to find out more!

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What a PhD student (ideally) eats in a day

Eating healthy is very important to me. I have seen the benefits of what my body can do when I listen to it and fill it with nutritious food. Eating well also means that I have a better chance of managing my anxiety and whatever I can do to balance my anxiety – I will! However, that doesn’t mean that I am always able … Read More What a PhD student (ideally) eats in a day

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February Edition: Things I am Loving

Similar to the month of February, I will keep this intro short and sweet. Below you will find some of the things I am loving at the moment. These items are also supporting me through my grad school journey. Enjoy!

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Tips to Prepare for Academic Conferences

It’s that time of the year for academic conferences. Where do I even begin? There is so much I want to write about regarding conferences, but for this post I’ll share my top 10 tips on how to prepare yourself for academic conference culture. I will likely be writing more posts on conferences so comment below if there is something you would like me … Read More Tips to Prepare for Academic Conferences

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January Edition: Things I am Loving

I often get asked about things that are helping me in my studies. These items include, books (both school related and fiction), food, fitness, conscious brands, podcasts and apps/tools. Also, with the @ScholarCulture community continuously growing, scholars often share with me some of the things they are loving too. Sometimes I try them out and if I end up loving them, I want to … Read More January Edition: Things I am Loving

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Tips on Dealing with Rejection #gradschoolfeels

Recently, I received a rejection e-mail for a big grant application that I applied for in the Fall. I knew the chances for an acceptance were slim, but I thought I would at least move to the next stage.

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6 Books helping me survive my PhD

Today I want to share with you some books that are helping me survive my PhD. It was so hard to only pick six! So this list is not an exhaustive by any means. Rather, it gives you an insight into some of the books that are currently helping me within the first two years of my PhD.

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Feeling overwhelmed #gradschoolfeels

It’s the end of the semester and it’s safe to say that anyone in grad school is likely feeling overwhelmed right now. So I am not about to take up too much of your time with this post, just some quick tips on how to feel a little less overwhelmed during this busy season.