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Why you shouldn’t live in your office
Imagine a rent-free abode with heating, cooling, internet, and perhaps even a telephone. There’s somewhere to buy food nearby and a microwave for cooking. This place is right by your place of work. In fact, it is your place of … Continue reading
Posted in Daily routines, Life in a biology department Tagged creativity, frugality, Home, living, office, office living, sleep, work 7 Comments
A secret solution to the challenge of finding a work-life balance
Wash U has appointed me to their work-life balance committee. It makes me a little nervous, because I’m not sure what I think about this. In my group I want the people with passion for research and for new ideas. … Continue reading
Posted in Managing an academic career Tagged balance, children, creativity, Employment, grit, leisure, new ideas, Organizations, Parenting, passion, Rethinking Work, sleep, teaching, work, Work and Family, Work ethic, Work–life balance 23 Comments