Category Archives: Time Management

Let’s Start the New Year Right

Happy New Year, Dear Reader.  While the Gregorian calendar says I’m tardy in that declaration, many of us probably feel the new year started a couple weeks ago. At long last, we conclude 2020, a year that will in infamy.  … Continue reading

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Here’s What’s Going on in My Neck of the Woods

Things have been unusual lately at Emory Law Library since the hit of the coronavirus to say the least, but we have been stepping up to the plate.  Everyone in the Law Library is now working remotely and we’ve been … Continue reading

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Overcoming the Fear of Missing Out

I’ve always been the type of person to volunteer for things; party planning, steering committees, the group needs a treasurer? Sure! I can help with that. This is probably one of the million reasons I became a librarian. I’m sure … Continue reading

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How I Started Reading for Pleasure Again

A wise person once told me that reading for pleasure is like having a conversation with a very intelligent person.  You can learn from them, be entertained by them and be transported out of whatever less than ideal mindset, boredom … Continue reading

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Being Productive During a Time of Change

I’ve gone through a lot of change in the past month. At the end of November, I officially finished the move for my library that I talked about in a previous post. I’m now all moved into my new office, … Continue reading

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