Pausing to reflect on the previous year can prove particularly helpful as you step ahead into the year to come.
Taking time away is an important element in the craft of biblical scholarship. Here are 5 tips to bring you to an enriching end of the year.
Jory MacKay discusses productivity shame and five strategies for coping with it.
This week, I’m out of the office and celebrating Thanksgiving. If you’ll also be celebrating, I hope you’re able to enjoy some time with those who matter most to you. If the holiday has snuck up on you, there’s still time to prepare to unplug and make the most of it. Tune back in next […]
In our last post, we explored four strategies for unplugging without actually taking a semester off. Picking up where we left off, here are four more. 5. Identify partners and colleagues who may need something from you during the time you’re planning to be away. You don’t need to inform the world, but you might […]
We recently welcomed our second child, and after she was born I spent some substantive time out of the office. Whether you’re headed for a similarly significant life event or you’re just moving through the regular cycle of the academic year toward a natural break time, here are some suggestions for planning ahead and making […]