Dissertation Diary: Week Twenty-Three
I’m posting off schedule once again, because by tomorrow I’ll be on a weekend reunion with these chicas:
All past research notes are on Zotero now. Yay! That’s been my sometime project during the last few weeks of being on the road (and this most recent one spent catching up on life after several weeks on the road). Hopefully that means the diss is semi-organized and ready for a resumption of normal schedule next week. It’s been a great few weeks, and I’ve enjoyed some much-needed relaxation after a couple of intense semesters, but I’m actually ready to be back in a routine and stay put for a while.
Obviously this blog has seen some neglect recently, and although I don’t feel obligated to write here, I’ve realized in its absence how therapeutic it had been. I’m ready to be back to that!
I promise this is the LAST time I’ll bring this up, but if you feel compelled, you should like the Facebook group (found on the bottom right widget of this page). FB has promised me a special prize if seven more of you like the page, and since I’ve heard that Mark Zuckerburg is an immensely giving and selfless person, I’m sure this will be spectacular. I’ll even share it with y’all (maybe).
In Other News:
This week marked my first one of interning at US History Scene. After only a week, I hear that I’ve been deemed the best public relations intern ever (also the only one). Yay! I’d love for you to help me with my goal of attracting 1,000 followers by the end of the summer by following @ushistoryscene on Twitter and liking the Facebook page (so two pages to like today). You’ll get some great information and historical insights–including some beyond the United States as the organization expands this year. It’s a great teaching tool for you historians out there, and a fun learning site for everyone else.
That’s all for today. Have a good weekend Interwebs, and I look forward to a return to normalcy next week!