Hello my dears! Just a quick post today, hoping to take the pulse of our little community here. As you all know, grad school is a black hole of time suckage, and since beginning this process a year ago, my blogging has definitely dropped off. As it should!
I do make my best effort to post at least once per week, but since the frequency of blogging has decreased, I think it makes sense to check in with all of you, regarding the content.
So, if it wouldn’t be too much trouble, I’m wondering if you’d be willing to fill out the poll below?
Thank you SO much! And also, if you feel so inspired, I’d love to hear more if you want to elaborate down below in the comments. The good, the bad (I can take it! just be respectful), suggestions, complaints, ideas – all of it.
In general, at any given time, I tend to have an over-abundance of inspiration and thus, about a million different topics I could potentially pursue. So like I said, a little help narrowing the focus is very much appreciated.
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