Monthly Archives: June 2010

Is my writing this blog post just another way to procrastinate?

Hello fair readers! I wish I had tons of fascinating stuff to tell you, but alas. It’s summer. I’ve done my galavanting (for now). I’m in get-to-work mode, which isn’t particularly exciting to talk about. I’m doing my best to

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Last night a tomato saved my life

In last week’s post, I whined a bit about how much trouble I’ve been having actually getting down to the work of my thesis project. I am the queen of procrastination — when there’s work to be done, you can

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New Routines

Last night I was tempted to drop out of grad school. I was at a party with a whack of smart, interesting graduate students (yes! a weeknight party! Every day is Saturday in grad school!) last night. Because I was

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Blogging with Coffee: the ‘back-in-Kingston’ edition

Hello, Kingston! That’s right – I’m back. I’ve said goodbye to the good times. I’ve unpacked my little bag and am reorienting myself in this crazy little Ontario town. I am also staring down my ‘to-do’ lists warily, wondering where

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Sometimes (like today) I’m a Fake Haligonian

The Halifax adventure continues, but I’ll admit it: I think the novelty of my being around is wearing off. Truthfully, I’m so at home here, that sometimes it’s hard for me to fathom that I don’t ACTUALLY live here. Giving

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