How to juggle important tasks, as told by someone who doesn’t do it well

The end of the semester approaches. My first “real” semester of grad school. I have two very big deliverables at work due in December and January, consecutively. My orchestra just finished up its performing season, but we’ve also got a really big and really exciting concert to plan/coordinate for in January. Meanwhile, my husband’s got

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good friday: the lament of catholic guilt and hypnagogic hallucinations, part 1

I was baptized and raised in the Catholic church. If you, my dearest reader, can momentarily put aside your own thoughts on organized religion and its merits/detractions, then I hope you can at least recognize that reenactments of the crucifixion are graphic and potentially disturbing for a young child. I don’t even remember going a

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