Breaking The Binge And Bust Cycle In Academic Writing [RE-RELEASE EP 164]
Are you looking forward to the upcoming break to catch up on writing? Many overwhelmed professors imagine the break between semesters as a chance to push through their publication pipeline. But avoiding rest by committing to full days of writing is unrealistic and unsustainable.
This episode is a re-release of episode 164 of the podcast and in this episode, I talk about what you can do to eliminate the binge and bust writing cycle while also honoring the energy that many of us get in the summertime around our writing. Get inspired by these simple ways to adjust your writing schedule that keeps you productive while allowing for the mental rest you need to be your most creative self.
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Today’s episode is a re-release of episode 164 of the podcast. You can find episode 164 full show notes here.
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