DIY Christmas Decorations


Life

It’s that time of year, Christmas EVERYTHING! We have a beautiful DIY Halloween piece in the works but you’ll have to wait until next year for those tips. Thanksgiving is over so that means it’s Christmas time! Put away the pumpkin spice, it’s time for peppermint mocha or my favorite, caramel brulee. =) I’ve taken […]

December 13, 2018

Camper Life – A story of a traveling physical therapist


Life

Hi all, my name is Kayla. I live my life in a small 33’ x 8.5’ camper space. I guess you could say I am like those you see on that “tiny house” show. I am a traveling physical therapist, so my husband and I move every 3 to 6 months. We don’t stay in […]

August 29, 2018

Quiltoni Custom Quilt Review


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This post may contain unaffiliated ads. Please see our privacy policy for details. Some people may not know this about me but I have a crossbow obsession. I own 1 large crossbow, 1 antique crossbow, and 2 small hand crossbows. I love everything crossbow. I have a lamp, lanyard, Norman Reedus autographs, shirts, ipad case, […]

June 4, 2018

Adopting lab rats


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This post may contain unaffiliated ad links. Please see our privacy policy. As the tenure at my current institution comes to an end so does many other things at in university. One unrelated end would be the lives of the psychology department laboratory rats. One of the senior students decided to help save these rats […]

May 26, 2018

Taking our awards for a date!


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This post is a little different. It’s not advice, or tips, or tricks, or diy, it’s just a little fun post about what’s been going on in our lives! The semester just ended and we wished our graduates good luck and congratulations but before that we were awarded some pretty AMAZING THINGS! During our students’ […]

May 6, 2018

Resume of Childhood Accomplishments


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First, laidoffscientist.com brought you the CV of Failures. If you missed that one, check it out here. Now, we are proud to rest on our laurels and share with you Dr. Greg’s CV of real-life childhood accomplishments. Rarely does a day go by that he does not proudly proclaim his having been an estimation champion. […]

April 8, 2018

Turning a Peeling Ceiling into an Appealing Ceiling


DIY & Save Money, Life

This post contains unaffiliated or affiliated ads This has been one of the longest, most inconvenient projects! We’ve been unable to use our kitchen for the past month! Sometime in the past, our kitchen ceiling had more leaks than a lactating cow. This created waves and cracks in the plaster, which had loosened considerably. Rather […]

March 29, 2018

4 ways to save money on your electric bill


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This post may contain unaffiliated ads.  As many of you know I am a poor college professor, so to be unemployed, and I really hate wasting money. So today I’d like to share with you some tips to save money on your electric bill! This can also transfer over to your gas bills as most […]

March 23, 2018

Tips to ace that job interview


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This post may contain unaffiliated ads.  A lot of people dread the job interview. It creates a lot of anxiety for most people. They are excited, nervous, and stressed out all at the same time while trying to get their dream job. Recently I’ve had a least one job interview a week! It’s kind of […]

March 13, 2018

CV Of Failures


Life

The curriculum vitae (CV) is like the resume in academia. I was completely mesmorized by Dr. Haushofer’s CV of FAILURES! She is a professor at Princeton. I was really touched by her CV of failures. She was right you know, failures are often invisible. A lot of my research students don’t understand that. Research in […]

February 7, 2018