A little blog announcement: I'm starting off a new series here that basically asks you a question, you leave an answer in the comments, and then I create a post with your answers (citing you and your blog if you have one). I'm not exactly how it will all play out as I have not seen it on other blogs (although I'm sure it's been done before. Hasn't all blogging been done before?) but I think it will be fun.
photo by Cecil Beaton found via Pinterest
To kick off the series, I'm looking at higher academia. There are a lot of bloggers out there who have been married to graduate a student, are currently married to one, or are graduate students themselves. As the new semesters are starting I want to know how you survived and if you have any tips for those who will be going through the process of graduate school, whether for themselves or their spouses.
Mr. Branflake himself is a fourth year evening law student and it has been one crazy road.
I could write a BOOK on how to be a law student's wife.
I doubt anyone would buy it so I'm calling for your advice instead.
Feel free to comment on one or all:
Also, feel free to email your answer to email@example.com
Any tips on being a spouse of a grad student?
Any advice on being a grad student?
Was it worth it?