You know what is difficult about writing a thesis? It is the writing part. Obviously, as this blog proves, I don’t have a problem writing (writing well? yes. writing? no.), so how could this be? I think, in part, it has to do with waiting for a reader’s response.
This may not be a problem once I receive the final OK on my introductory chapter, but in the meantime it is a pain. I don’t want to begin writing something only to discover that my reader sees it as useless to my thesis and then I have to toss it.
I am over-thinking it, I think.
See thought #1 here.
Writing a Masters Thesis is definitely work, and often, not all that fun (it’s stressful, at least it was for me).
Very true. It is weird how a subject once most beloved can begin to feel burdensome!
Yeah, later it will become beloved again. It’s like giving birth, or so I’ve observed 😉 , it hurts really bad when birthing; but later you forget all the pain and rejoice over your “baby.” 😉 sorry for the analogy (Jesus used birth analogies 😉 ).
I trust that it will. At moments it is still exciting. At others, it is just work!
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