Tag: experience

Finding (and keeping) Mr./Mrs. Right

Note: The original of this most excellent post has been passed around for months. I can’t find an author. If you wrote the bits in italics, and you want credit, let me know. You’re a great writer. How do I know if I am… Continue Reading “Finding (and keeping) Mr./Mrs. Right”

Work Smarter not Harder |Reblog

Making homework smarter Annie Murphy Paul hits a home run with this blog entry. Homework is a serious problem. That’s right. A┬áproblem. Our students carry home ridiculously heavy backpacks to spend hours pouring over books, reviewing, revising, and repeating endless exercises intended (I think)… Continue Reading “Work Smarter not Harder |Reblog”

Oh, do I get this | Reblog

Skills, Shmills! Tell Me What Problem You Solve | LinkedIn. Human Voice Resumes Liz Ryan is funny, irreverent, and quite willing to poke holes in corporate stuffiness. Her other stuff is great, too. I am required to read resumes and CVs on a regular… Continue Reading “Oh, do I get this | Reblog”

Reblog – Cuddles and Rage | Therapy Tales

If you’ve never seen these two blogs, you’ve missed a lot. Focused on psychology, they highlight the foibles and follies of therapy as humour. I have three TherapyTales prints (“Pandora’s Box,” “Confluence,” & “My Parents are both therapists”) hanging in my own office, and… Continue Reading “Reblog – Cuddles and Rage | Therapy Tales”