Needless to say, Annie Dillard is not on Twitter.
Six years ago this week, my academic career fell apart. A lesson plan from that time points to how burnout affects the brain.
A break from burnout: On the feeling that we must keep watching distant events, lest something terrible happen.
I have a new essay out this week on this question. The answer may surprise you.
My new NYT essay looks for a way past the breakdown in college students' learning
How songs by Bob Dylan, Kendrick Lamar & others contributed to "The End of Burnout." Plus: Audiobook giveaway!
The alarming rate of veterinarian burnout is a reminder that consumers, not just employers, contribute to poor working conditions
Also: Two wise and delightful new books on how to live during the time you have left.
Responses to criticism (including my own) of my NYT essay on the college learning breakdown
Whoever is most burned out wins, right?
I'm not. But I have to start teaching (and keep living) anyway.
Many book updates, plus further thoughts on men's burnout