The Importance of Sleep

follow link Here I sit, once again, with a stubborn wakefulness at 5am. No this is not going to be a poem. ‘Twill be rather more of a remembrance of a time when I conducted research and wrote about sleep as part of my post-grad position. Just after that time I wrote a guest post on a health blog about the importance … Read More

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Year in review – AKA – Things can only get better

see it here But first, some backstory… In 2009, I was enrolled in a PhD program. It was shortlived, well… I completed half of it. I worked hard setting up and running a clinical program, collecting data, and beginning my write up process. After 16 months of candidature, I submitted a preliminary thesis. In review, my co-supervisor said three things that have stuck … Read More

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Multiple Non-Weird Tricks

this contact form Stressed? Disorganised? Wanting ONE WEIRD TRICK to help you fix everything? Sorry, can’t help you there. What I can do is tell you a few things that make life a little easier for me to do stuff. And I’m no expert here, just wanting to share :) LISTS: It’s not really enough to write a single list anymore. The other … Read More

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More Than A PAX

read this article One week ago today at midday, I was nervously preparing for my first of four panels at PAX. It was the Geek Parenting panel alongside four other inspiring humans that I really admire and respect – Dan Donahoo, Rae Johnston, Craig Peebles and Giselle Rosman. Here’s a quick insight into my thought process five minutes before the panel: Jane: “What am … Read More

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First we Play, then we Write

http://chalkstreamflyfishing.co.uk/ĀÂ Yesterday, I launched PlayWrite. It is a place for everyone who loves to play games, make games, and think, talk, read and write about games. My idea, at least initially, emerged from my desire to write about games and play and how they can help us to learn and change for the better. A bit like what my PhD is about – but … Read More

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