If you want to thrive in the academic job market, you simply must be a mobile academic. Succeeding in academia in the 21st century requires mobility and moving outside your comfort zone.
Boring is the last thing that Modest Dressing is. Modest Dressing has been a lifestyle choice for many, even before it emerged as a trend embraced by luxury fashion brands like Dolce & Gabbana, combined with a booming market worth US$322 billion globally in 2018 alone.
Dr Steph Smith shares her top 3 tips for the stylish academic on a budget in this article, after convincing us that indeed style and success can co-exist in the world of academia.
There probably doesn’t exist a more daggy cohort than parents who study. Food stains, maternity bras, and more jeans and runners combos than a Seinfeld episode!
Topgradeng is an online thrift store based in Lagos, Nigeria, that specialises in promoting fashion on a budget. This brand is founded on the ethos that you can look good without breaking the bank.
I ended my previous article about building a wardrobe on a budget with an adage: a well-made, well-loved garment will pay itself back. However, this sequel is about ensuring that your clothes are well-loved. Maintenance.
Can success and style co-exist in academia? Dr Steph Smith of thephdivalife.com makes a case for why the answer is YES.
Some of us struggle with productivity when working from home. In this article, Rebecca Randles shares her top 3 hacks for the home office.
A few years ago, Science and Style would hardly be found in the same sentence. The visual image of a non-mad-scientist who is “elegant”, “polished” and “well-put-together” challenges stereotypes till today.
I have been building my wardrobe for about 15 years. For 10 of those 15 years, I lived on adjunct and graduate student wages. To complicate matters, I have expensive tastes.