One Hundred Days of Disquietude

As I walked up the five towering flights of stairs to my advisor’s office, I thought to myself: today will be better. At first, I wrote my thesis with ease. Five years of research itched to get out, and one hundred pages effortlessly flowed from my brain to the page. I now had to turn that first draft into a polished thesis by checking the tedious details.

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Matthew Ward

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Lifelong learner and creator. More information at amindformadness.com

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