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A new year – fresh start or social construct?
January is here. For many a fresh start, maybe with new year resolutions or plans for the next 12 months ahead. In this post, some of the bloggers let you know their thoughts about the first month of the year.
Have yourself a merry little Christmas
Cancelled flights, living far-far away from your home and dear people, financial or health-related issues, studies/work obligations, coming from a culture where the celebration of Christmas is not typical, and so on… Sometimes, due to different circumstances, we need to make a plan and have a holiday on our own.
How to make it through Swedish November
Dark, cold and miserable. That is how many people experience November in Sweden. In this post we have gathered some tips on how to make it through this gloomy month.
Hitchhiker’s Guide to Science Communication
So you have decided to engage in science communication. Great! But what’s next? My suggestion: find an initiative you like and get a ride.
The lighthouse principle
“I’ve never had a detailed plan for my career, but that does not mean that I have been aimless. It is more like a lighthouse – I see where I want to go, and make my decisions to go in the direction of my vision.”
Read more about Nitya Jayaram Lindström’s career and her advice to PhD students and postdocs.
“It’s been a hard day’s night…” but I have 22 minutes of me-time
“It’s Christmas!” you hear everywhere the whole day long except for the time you finally get back to your bed. Give yourself 22 minutes of me-time to unwind.
13 Reasons why
There might be 13 reasons why, but you only need one. Next time you are about to engage in science communication – sit back with a cup of coffee or tea and think about your “why”.
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- Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)