Greetings, StyleNation, from the Great White North. Congratulations to all for making it to the middle of November.
Office PJs are going to be key to my survival to the end of this term because if I stay home in my actual pyjamas, I’ll just go back to bed. I’m really feeling the weight of this term’s teaching load. Also, as previously noted, it is once again time to delineate clear professional boundaries: slacker students are about to re-emerge to submit crappy or plagiarized work, blame women and racial minority professors for their (the students’) failures, and generally get up in my business as they panic about bringing a term’s worth of terrible grades home at winter break.
Autumn Office PJs #1
I’ll be sneaking into my office today in something like this (worn for another non-teaching day in October):
Yes, I am taking a call during this photo. I am very busy and (self)important.
Autumn Office PJs #2
Recently, I taught in this. After reviewing the photos, I think probably it should be relegated to the pyjama category. Some mornings, one cannot face either pants or tights; leggings thus become the only real option, even if items that cover one’s butt are limited by one’s failure to do laundry on even a semi-regular basis.
What strategies will you be employing to survive November, StyleNation?