Monthly Archives: March 2011

How much is too much?

Whilst I wait for my afternoon coffee to load up those proposal writing brain cells with focus and energy, allow me to pose a scenario and question on lab etiquette. Miser. Penny-pincher. Scrooge. Captain Frugal. Cheap bastard. Whatever we call them, it’s easier … Continue reading

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My personal manifesto

Ever wished you could a message to yourself in the past? I wrote a letter to a 13-year old biochembelle for the Science Club for Girls Letter to My Younger Self project. It’s meant to be for a kid that … Continue reading

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Transitions… ever on and on

Wait a minute, you might be thinking, I was on my way to There and (hopefully) back again-what’s this? I realized that the name of this blog no longer truly reflected its evolving nature. You see, I started this project … Continue reading

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The terrible beauty of change

It just changes – that’s all Over the weekend, I was enjoying a typical quiet Saturday morning, drinking a delectable cup of coffee and catching up on blog reading, when I came across this post by David Kroll that really struck a … Continue reading

Posted in attitudes, career decisions, do what you love, doubt, for the love of science | Tagged | 16 Comments