After years of doling out advice on how to get more writing done, an academic has a revelation: Sometimes it’s OK to be lazy.
Summertime in higher education brings with it the illusion of endings yet we all face plenty of undone work to fill our minds and days.
What to say (and not say) when asked about your professional plans during a job interview at a teaching-focused college.
Sometimes you just have to accept that a writing commitment you made, with good intentions, is now standing in your way.
In the third installment of this series on writing productivity, a quick lesson in how to take semester breaks off — forever.
On the use of "they" as a singular pronoun: "It helps me to think of ‘they’ not as genderless but as genderful."
In Episode 2 of the "Are You Writing?" series: Some much better advice to replace a popular productivity tip that doesn’t work for most people.
Episode 1: This is an Intervention. Even if you’re (sort of) making your deadlines, your work schedule might be out of balance.
Three books offer different theories and solutions on what helps us get our work done.
How to use “dependency analysis” to foresee potential problems and delays.