I don't know if you've seen anything like this, but they're usually a lot more affordable than queening chairs/worship stools! This one's a UK one that sells for £50, so I'd think you'd be able to find something in the $50 range. » 9/22/14 6:01pm 9/22/14 6:01pm

Delicious as in you've drunk it? I just checked their page and realised it's a doTerra blend - I love their Breathe and whatever the stress one's called (Serenity?), so I'm curious to try the OnGuard. But I've never ingested them before. Their website says to take a drop or two with a Tblsp of water and gargle - is… » 9/21/14 3:49pm 9/21/14 3:49pm

If the train commute works and you can afford it, then I would definitely recommend taking the new job! It may not be the same in the US, but all the academics I know in the UK love trains because you get uninterrupted work time. One guy wrote his most recent book on four 4-hour train trips. Yeah, they would be long… » 9/21/14 2:18pm 9/21/14 2:18pm

I really like Disconnect, but I'm not 100% clear on the difference between the basic filter ("Stop the biggest mobile data collectors from invisbly tracking your web-browing and in-app activity") and the advertising filter ("Reduce risk of identity theft by blocking malicious tracking and malware disguised as… » 9/19/14 5:34am 9/19/14 5:34am

I totally agree with this. The method would be really useful for PhD students, especially those who are largely self-directed with little/no coursework (like those in the UK), but it would also work really well for anyone dealing with long-term projects: each time you sit down, you make a conscious decision to not… » 9/17/14 5:09am 9/17/14 5:09am