Thursday, January 24, 2013

Finally finding my groove...

After a very intense mentoring committee meeting, where many flaws were exposed, I am now hitting my stride and addressing issues. Finding mentors through Facebook (hey c'mon, it IS a networking site, after all), finding my niche within the published research, and generally feeling good.

I only wish I didn't have to run away from the office to accomplish so much.... But it needed to be done. I was stressing out about not getting anything done, even as I was pulled in a thousand different directions. As an aside, I hate working in a cube farm - it's WAY to easy for people to interrupt your train of thought....


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