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Jill U Adams writes about health & medicine, nature & environmental issues, and the intersection of research & policy for newspapers, magazines, and the web. Publication credits include Audubon, Discover, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, Science, and Nature. A former research scientist, Jill has shed her passive voice but not her disapproval of handwaving theories. A parent of teens, she is loath to give advice, but is full of it anyway. Jill lives in Albany, NY, with her husband, three kids, and a dog.

One response to “When freelancing feels like senioritis”

  1. Anne Sasso

    Argh! So my problem today isn’t just first-day-back-from-vacation-itis?

    I don’t remember senioritis from high school but perhaps it’s a bit like a bad drug trip and we suffer from flashbacks for the rest of our lives. Could somebody study that please?

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