As my brain starts to melt out of my ears, I’m turning to procrastination as less of a hobby, and more of an olympic sport. I know with one hundred percent certainty that I’m not the only one, but this week, writing an essay, doing two applications for masters courses, and attempting to dig away at a little bit of my dissertation is actually starting to get a tiny bit overwhelming. With that in mind, I thought I’d do some literary procrastination, in order to make me feel like I’m technically working, and I thought I’d share it with you, because I’m just that nice.
So, I present to you, the Roundup: Student Edition! (And anyway, it’s a Literature degree, so reading in all its forms counts, right?)
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♥ Dissertation Top Ten Tips – I’m not sure that I agree with them all, but some of them, definitely.
♥ “Don’t Mention the Diss!” from Laura Patricia.
♥ What does Jane Austen have to teach us about paying attention?
♥ I did not know about “simple” wikipedia. Did you? This could be a total gamechanger.
♥ How to write 1000 words in less than an hour. I could definitely do with this!
♥ The Life Long Learner. I love TED Talks – and there are new curated series… hmmmm
♥ And finally… Stop Procrastinating.