Tag Archives: impatience

Need to know

You may have noticed something about me from my last post – I am very impatient when it comes to my career. I actually have near unending patience when teaching someone else, pulling fresh-baked cookies out of the oven at … Continue reading

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Where I want to be right now: JayZ vs. Martina McBride

My job is great, but not perfect, but I’m happy being here right now. I finally able to be thankful and acknowledge what I have, without always trying to come up with ways to make it better. Continue reading

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Uncertainty of the postdoc

It is said that living in the moment is the key to happiness. While I try to appreciate the moment, I am also always one step ahead of myself.  In college, I lived in the dorms and I couldn’t wait … Continue reading

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All done?

“I’m all done, mommy”—I hear so many times in a day. My children are very good at voicing their opinions on when something has run its course, is now over and demands mommy’s immediate attention. Like when they finish their … Continue reading

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