Thesis Survivor Stories
I would like to say:
“My Name is Jen, and I’m a Thesis Survivor”
but, I’m not.
I thought about doing the Masters at the end of my post-grad degree, and I thought about it some more, I weighted up the ‘being at uni for longer’ vs ‘having money to actually do things’ and lacking a topic I felt passionate about I opted, for possibly the easy way and went to work…
For those of you out there who have a thesis that is the first of its kind I tip my hat to you and your effort.
Thesis Survivor Stories was an April new release and it is a collection of tales from those who have gone before.
It got me thinking about how a process for something like a thesis can be the same, regardless of topic or even the country you are doing it. The book is one for those of you about to start a thesis, to help you get an idea of what you may be up for, or if you’ve lost sight don’t give up – there is a light at the end of the tunnel. But the book made me want to ask those of you out there who have done a thesis – what is the one tip you would give someone else to keep sane and get through those thousands of words?