Tag Archives: academia

Do my social media milestones matter?


Well, no. Of course not. Still . . . My wife and I started this blog (formerly Eat More Cookies) way back in July 2006. We were about to complete our third year in Oklahoma, with family back home in … Continue reading

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Non-trivial sacrifices of the itinerant academic


Inspired by a conversation stemming from this Tweet . . . I thought I’d share a bit about the sacrifices we’ve made in support of my academic career. This is just a reality check for understanding’s and expectations’ sake, and … Continue reading

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The Eisenhower Matrix, and a step toward greater productivity


If you want to be more productive in reaching some goal, you can make the decision that “Tomorrow I’m going to be different!” Every time I do that, however, it doesn’t pan out. Rarely can someone just decide to change … Continue reading

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James Borrell on the 10 Essential Skills for Modern Conservationists


Conservationist James Borrell almost always posts thought-provoking ideas.  In this case, I found strong personal agreement with every one of these ten: James Borrell: 10 Essential Skills for Modern Conservationists – Posted on: Apr 1 2015 Posted in: Resources 10 … Continue reading

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