kinh nghiem choi casino online | Author Index | About Us | Book Reviews | Music Reviews | Email | Punk Encyclopedia | kinh nghiem choi casino onlinePunk Links | Writers


Dissertation Blog Home
About the Blog
Email & Comment Policy
About the Zine
Record Reviews
Sobriquet on Facebook
Sobriquet on MySpace
Sobriquet on Twitter
Sobriquet on Tumblr


The Chronicle


Cincinnati Bengals
New York Yankees
Cleveland Cavaliers
Montreal Canadiens


New York Times
Cleveland Plain Dealer
Newark Star-Ledger
Chicago Tribune
Minneapolis Star-Tribune
St. Paul Pioneer Press
Washington Post
Los Angeles Times
San Francisco Chronicle
Christian Science Monitor


trang cá cược uy tín_soi kèo bóng đá trực tuyến_trang web cá độ bóng đá của việt nam

    follow me on Twitter

    Powered by Blogger

    eXTReMe Tracker

    RSS Feed Readers

    Sobriquet 63.7

    Thursday, February 18, 2010
    Although it has been about a week since I last posted anything, I have continued working on the dissertation each day and, as of this evening, am currently writing the penultimate mini-section of my introduction. I had a few days where I needed to prioritize certain non-dissertation aspects of my life, which actually turned out to have a positive impact on my dissertation. By having a legitimate reason (or, rather, legitimate reasons) to lighten my workload, I seemed able to get a bit of much-needed mental rest and, although I have a few doubts about what I did end up writing this evening, I felt clearer-headed and more confident than I have in quite some time and I think I can made some significant progress over the next few days. I do anticipate encountering a theoretical knot I will have to untangle towards the end of the mini-section but, by the time I get there, I imagine I will have made enough progress to make spending some time with that problem seem less like a problem and more like a justified break in the action.

    For tomorrow: Write or prep.


    Permanent Link
    © Sobriquet Magazine

    Share: StumbleUpon Toolbar Add to Mixx! Digg!

  1. Sometimes shifting things around makes a huge difference in how you feel. I'm glad you had time to take care of some other priorities and the positive outcome of said care-taking. :)

    By Blogger kinh nghiem choi casino onlineminxy on 20 February, 2010

    Post a Comment
    << Home



    William Gaddis
    The Modern Word
    Kurt Vonnegut
    Chuck Palahniuk
    Free Audiobooks


    Ben Weasel
    Ed Kemp
    The Irascible Professor
    Jeremy Hance
    Ielle Palmer
    Literary Chica
    Rex Parker
    Tiffany Roufs
    Pop Sensation
    Lime Plate


    South Park Studios
    Garfield Minus Garfield
    The Onion
    Urban Legends
    Daily Rotten
    Rotten Library
    Six Sentences
    Eric Mattina's Film Reviews


    Arts & Letters Daily
    Stirrings Still


    The Atlantic
    Foreign Affairs
    National Geographic


    National Initiative
    Mike Gravel '08
    Ralph Nader '08

    Academic,  Learning & Educational Blogs - Blog Catalog Blog Directory

    Add to Technorati Favorites

    kinh nghiem choi casino online

    Site Visits:
    This site was built by modifying a template designed by Maystar Designs. All text, unless otherwise noted, is copyright 2001-2009 by Sobriquet Magazine (ISSN 1930-1820). © 2009 Sobriquet Magazine. All rights reserved. Sobriquet Magazine and the Sobriquet Magazine logo are registered trademarks of Sobriquet Magazine.