Have you ever felt like you were underqualified to do what you’re doing? I have. Join me as I talk about imposter syndrome: what is it and how can we manage it.
Every now and then, it’s important to try and do something just for yourself. I’ve been trying to get back into reading for years. I think back to my school days and how I could easily read 1000-page long novels and series. But, these days, I sometimes struggle to read an 8-page journal article. MyContinue reading “On the edge of making a habit”
Usually, when I tell people that I want to “do both” or explore multiple pathways, there’s a fair amount of scepticism whether I’d be able to manage everything, or even concern that it’d affect the overall quality of my learning. There’s an interesting saying which seems to have both positive and negative connotations depending onContinue reading “Jack of all trades or Master of one?”
How to use GitHub for version control and linking with RStudio projects
Learning a language can be daunting. Here are some of the things that I’ve found helpful.
I’ve always loved food. I even took Food Tech as an elective in high school because I thought it would mean an extra hour of eating twice a week (oh boy, was I wrong. Food tech is soo much more than just cooking and eating). There are many types of cooking oils out there butContinue reading “Cobram EVO Tasting”
It’s time. I’m going to learn R and I will do it properly. The last time I touched the software was in an introductory stats class for basic inferential statistics, many years ago. R is a free, open-source software for doing statistical analyses and making beautiful graphs for your data. There are a few waysContinue reading “This is the staRt”
The short answer: I don’t know, I just want to learn. I’m still trying to figure out what I can bring to the table. As part of that, and being mostly driven by my inquisitive mind, I’m trying to learn all the skills I can. Growth Mindset: you can learn anything. Carol Dweck, a famousContinue reading “What am I doing?”