Welcome to another collab episode of the PhD Dojo with The 2nd Lab.
In this new PhD Dojo episode, Gad Sabbatier and I share our advice on something that is a challenge for a lot of us – time management.
Do you struggle doing all you want to fit in a day? In a week? Then this episode is for you, as Gad Sabbatier and I share our short- and long-term strategies to help you avoid feeling buffeted by the passage of time during your PhD.
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