Can I check work e-mail once a day?

How much time do you think you spend reading and responding to e-mails during the day? Checking the computer to see if you have new e-mails? Checking your phone for e-mails, text messages, or notifications? Chances are, you’re wasting a lot more time than you might realize.

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Book Review: The Handmaid’s Tale

The show follows Atwood's 1985 novel very closely, but I have to say that this is one of the few books I've read that I can say I prefer the TV show version of.

Thoughts on writing without the pretension

Hey there. I'm Moit. If you're wondering what you're doing here, it's probably that you've made a huge mistake. (Except not really.) I've been writing fanfiction since 1997. No, the Archive isn't that old, and no, I have no idea why I'm willing to put my very first (very terrible) piece of writing on the… Continue reading Thoughts on writing without the pretension

Getting in to grad school

Though I'm a huge proponent of "you can do whatever you want" and "your past doesn't define you," it doesn't change the fact that your GPA does impact whether or not the admissions committee is going to stamp your application for approval.

Happy New Year! 

   A dear friend and I have agreed to write at least 400 words a day for 2016. That amounts to just over 150,000 words. (Actually, she is planning to write about 700, but I feel that if my goal is a "measley" 400, I'll have a better chance of meeting my goal.  I've already… Continue reading Happy New Year!