By Sabrina Sondhi (Follow us on LinkedIn) Last summer I wrote a blog post asking if we should all step back, look at our job duties, analyze what is truly important, and then do only that, i.e., should we be doing less. Today I want to discuss two related ideas: applying that “do less” concept toContinue reading “Ruthlessly Doing Less”
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Should We Be Doing Less?
By Sabrina Sondhi Like many law librarians, especially those of us who spent time as practicing lawyers, I’m a bit of an overachiever. For many years I’ve set high standards, volunteered for extra tasks, and taken pride in being busy. But the pandemic has affected this, too; I’m tired more often, I sometimes have difficultyContinue reading “Should We Be Doing Less?”