Tag: PhD thesis

Writing strategy – how to make a progress 

I’ve been writing for last 4 weeks. I wrote about 8000 words during that time, writing from Mondays to Wednesdays, for 5-6 hours.

This comics describes my current situation perfectly 😉

Source: http://phdcomics.com/comics/archive.php?comicid=1915

One day I got stuck. I was looking for a literature to complete the story about an important term and I spent more than 1 hour looking for articles and book. Then I went for a dinner, and talking with my Husband about my problem, I found out how to finish the story. But that day progress in writing was very little. 

After that experience I decided to build a kind of strategy to not get stuck anymore.

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Day “0” has finally come 

Today morning I sent the final version of my PhD proposal to my supervisor and hopefully I will present it this month on a Faculty Committee meeting. Because of unexpected changes I couldn’t submit the previous version, and I needed to rearrange my topic and a level of analysis again. I wasn’t so active on the blog in December because I was finishing the joint paper, I was working on my paper, I was improving my PhD proposal, I started working on another joint research, and I was thinking about the sense of my PhD in general. 

Today is a BIG DAY,

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