“I’ve got no time to study!”
I hear people say this a lot, especially students who are training to become elite athletes.
On top of going to school, these students are often training for 15-30 hours every week. So I’m often asked . . .
“How do I find time to […]
A few years ago I received a gift from my PhD supervisor . . .
A pair of two miniature Dutch clogs.
It was a gentle reminder that I needed to take baby steps to finish my PhD.
At the time, I was touched by the gift (the clogs looked so sweet). But […]
In an Instagram perfect world, it’s easy to feel like you don’t quite measure up.
The standards are ridiculously high.
All those perfect bodies, perfect meals, perfect smiles and perfectly decorated homes can make you feel lousy.
Could all these perfect images be messing with your brain?
This why late last year I took the […]
Is there such a thing as being naturally smart?
I don’t think so.
Students who look like they are naturally smart just have a bit of a head start on the rest of the class.
From the outside, it looks like easy street for these ‘smart’ students. They are […]