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Just to put some perspective on this.. It definitely depends on your area of research. Data collection for a science PhD can take 2.5 years in itself... you have to find time to write around your experiments. There is no way I could do any other job - my Phd (ie data collection) is a daily (ALL day) affair.
this sounds good! to critique what others have done, say what you think is missing and what might be wrong with what others have done/said, and what is really good about what others have done and said .. so, yes this sounds like you are on the correct lines!
You don't use titles on passports, so how can you use Dr on your passport? and why would you want to? people just assume you mean medical Dr, and then you have to say.. oh no, sorry, PhD Dr..which takes something away from the whole thing..and makes it seem like a 'pretend' title .. a lot of folk don't get what PhD is ...
I don't mean to sound harsh, but 10cm of snow??is that all??!! we have well over 50cm where I live, and I still manage to walk for an hour (normally takes 30mins) to get into work. That said, if you really feel that it is dangerous, then don't travel. BUT if your kids can make it to school.... really you seem just to be unhappy about having to get up earlier than usual - not a big deal, since most of the country is doing the same.
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