Twelve months of InBabyAttachMode, 2018 edition

Dec 21 2018 Published by under Uncategorized

Just like last year, the first sentence of the first post of every month in the past year:

January: Happy 2018 everyone!

February: This morning, BlueEyes woke up with a slight fever and a bad cold.

March: Yesterday, the Brain Prize was awarded.

April: Yesterday Michael Eisen tweeted this.

May: It's been a bit quiet here on my blog and one of the reasons was that we took a short trip (4 nights) to Barcelona recently.

June: The other day I was in a training where we talked about how you can influence other people and we revisited Aristotle's pathos, ethos and logos triangle on persuading people (google it if you want to know more).

July: Last month, I received the following question from someone who found my blog and has a question:

August: When I went abroad to do my post-doc, I was determined to apply for funding from the homecountry's national science organization to be able to fund my project.

SeptemberThis is one of those posts where I would be fine if nobody reads it because it's scary to hit publish on this one.

October: Despite all sorts of horrible stuff going on in the world, this weekend I wondered about something a little lighter: the small things companies do for their employees.

November: Just a quick post: if you enjoy reading here, and you'd like to donate to Scientopia, you can do so in the right sidebar.

December: Last year, somewhere on the internet I came across YearCompass: it's a little book you can print with prompts about how last year was, and what your dreams and wishes for the year to come are.


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