Monthly Archives: March 2015

13 Ways of Looking at a Weekend Alone in the House

1. In a stack of papers, each more incoherent than the last, one seems to shine out, as though lit from within by the divine glow of its interesting ideas and correct grammar. It is difficult to not write “thank … Continue reading

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History

I’m learning about Chaucer, for no real reason. I’ve never read Chaucer. In high school it was sort of like you somehow ended up either reading Canterbury Tales or the Decameron, and I read the Decameron. But I love medieval … Continue reading

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Scheduling part II

I’m getting a ton of feedback on my scheduling post (two people)!! I’ve been asked for additional scheduling advice via email, which I welcome any of you to do if you like. Also we got a comment asking for advice … Continue reading

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