This time of year is one of change.
Most notably, it’s when the seasons start to turn. Nature’s way of making us aware of the passage of time and our own evolution and growth.
For most reading this, winter is now spring and promises soon to be summer. For others, the summer is drawing to a close.
In either case, it’s a chance to step back and reflect. It’s precisely at these moments of change that we can take stock of how far we’ve come, the challenges we’ve overcome, and all that’s gone well for us over the last few months.
If you’re a natural pessimist, or you suffer from imposter syndrome or anxiety, you may read that and feel that it doesn’t apply to you. But it does. No matter how bleak your outlook, or how much stress your PhD is causing you, there is always a ray of sunshine, however small.
Use this time to focus on it intently, and be thankful for its existence.
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