- Then were those who often did work weekends, but like Alex Marsh, wished they did not have to as much as they did:
- — Jonathan Davies (@JonathanDavies0)Fri, Feb 01 2013 17:18:35@urbaneprofessor It does happen sometimes but there is nearly always something that has to be done at the wkd. Generally Sundays in my case.
- — Chris Routledge (@Christopher_R)Fri, Feb 01 2013 17:17:16@urbaneprofessor My wife and I have always tried to. Don't always succeed. Would rather work evenings/early mornings.
- — jonhickman (@jonhickman)Fri, Feb 01 2013 17:18:25@urbaneprofessor I sometimes mark at weekends during peak flow otherwise no "work". I do find myself doing bits on week nights though
- — Dr Allan Watson (@AllanWatson1)Fri, Feb 01 2013 17:19:06@urbaneprofessor I probably succeed with keeping weekends free of work more than I fail. Does a sneaky read of a journal article count?
- — Brian Webb (@UrbanWebb)Fri, Feb 01 2013 19:01:32@urbaneprofessor I'm giving this wacky idea of yours a try this weekend to watch the six nations. Only time will tell if I'm successful!
- And then there were a small number of fellow wierdos:
- — Daniel Sage (@djsage86)Fri, Feb 01 2013 17:40:48@urbaneprofessor Not fully fledged academic but completely agree. Twitter bad sometimes for people talking about working all the time
First of all there were quite a few people who thought I was just plain wierd:
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