“The universe is full of magical things, patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.”
– Eden Phillpotts
Research can be an enjoyable, stimulating, and fascinating activity to engage in along one’s professional journey. Often anyone who is required to write a research thesis starts out overwhelmed by the idea, yet comes to enjoy the challenge and ends up feeling proud of the results. Great satisfaction can be derived from completing this exacting, often complex, and always stimulating process.
Happy Monday, everybody. With a busy week ahead of us, I thought I’d start us off with some news from our trip to the AOTA Annual Conference. It was a great trip for all of us, and we’re already looking forward to next year’s conference (and the year after, when it will take place in F.A. Davis’s hometown of Philadelphia).
It’s hard to believe we’re already halfway through April. Travelling to conferences like NSNA last week, and AOTA this week, really makes time fly.
April is “Stress Relief Month”: We’ll continue our month of stress-related blog posts at Davis Connect with two more articles this week. If you’re headed to any conferences soon, you won’t want to miss Wednesday’s “Travelling Tips to Reduce Stress” post.