Welcome to the *Just Whelmed* Blog

Hooray!  The ‘Just Whelmed’ blog is ready! I Want to Be 'Just Whelmed'

This is a special blog for people who want to be “Just Whelmed” instead of either OVERwhelmed or UNDERwhelmed.  Whenever you are here, you will find a growing set of questions, answers, tips, ideas, and resources to help you live a life of being “just whelmed.”

Many of the ideas that you’ll find here have been shared by the wonderful members of the Just Whelmed Research and Development (R & D) team.  This team was invited by – and has been assisting – Meggin McIntosh, the creator of this site and its sister site, http://www.JustWhelmed.com/.  Meggin sought out the R & D team as she began crafting the Just Whelmed “Wee” Weekly Workshops, which you may learn more about by going to the main Just Whelmed website.

 

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3 Responses to “Welcome to the *Just Whelmed* Blog”

  1. Zaline says:

    I am overwhelmed by trying to balance teaching, marking, and preparation with administrative responsibilities as director of an academic program, with reserch and writing for publication. The 30-days telenar helped me to begin setting up a plan for writing and I began to make some progress, but I find myself slipping back.

    • Meggin McIntosh says:

      Hi, Zaline. It is an extraordinary balancing act you have – and you are taking steps to figure out how to manage this. I hope you notice that I didn’t say, “taking steps to figure out how to get it all done.” That was on purpose because none of us can “get it all done.” Different weeks, different days, different semesters, we are focused more in one area than another – and keeping the others moving in the right direction. I would think back to the 30 Articles class and think about the 500-word chunks and 30-minute time periods idea. It seems that this is a helpful concept to most people. Can you designate 30″ tomorrow and the next day and the next day for writing? Let me know.

  2. Patty Fleming says:

    I’m catching up on some Just Whelmed resources and watched the “Stop It” video clip.

    From past experience, I can “just stop it” but the time it takes really depends on how firmly I hold onto the belief that all my actions are up to me.

    This is a great reminder.

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