A core principle of the Academic Writing Studio is that your writing is an important part of your (academic) life. However, your work is not your whole life and your work is more than just writing. You get to decide how important writing is compared to other things you want or need to do, how much time to devote to it, and so on. Everything is interconnected. I outline the principles in Juggling 101: Elements of a Good Plan (text or audio).
The learning resources in this section of the Studio help you fit your writing practice into your workload and your life. For more on what your writing practice might look like, go to the Writing section. Use the Community to support your plan and your practice, and to share strategies.
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