Michelle Van Loon relinquishes her hold on her pen in favor of offering her daily plans to God.
How does one embrace life again after a season of intense academic work? Anthropology professor Christine Jeske offers her best advice.
Claire Galloway wrestles with the challenge to give generously not only of her money, but of her time as well.
What are some best practices for establishing office hours as a female professor?
Grad student Stephanie White shares the goal-setting strategies she teaches at a university writing center, applying them to academic tasks and daily life.
Physician and mother Tricia Hall shares a day in her life and answers questions about negotiating work and family commitments.
PhD student Carmen Imes describes her own plan for getting summer work done.
Chrissy Jeske promised to report back on her effort to create margins in her life. How did she do?
Margins make a visual design — and a life — more appealing. But, Chrissy Jeske asks, how do we make that space?
Sharon Gartland reflects on creating a life with margin in the midst of family, job, and life stresses.
Our Christmas card photo unnerved me this year. Our two young daughters in burgundy and raspberry velvet dresses, my husband in a brownish jacket, me in a dark chambray dress with a cabled sweater and a red-beaded necklace...
Ann Boyd reflects on the complicated relationship she has with Lent and what Jesus has taught her through it.
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