Pigs in a Blanket and Dissertations
April 24th is National Pigs in a Blanket Day! For your dissertation party you want to bring the pigs in a blanket…
Having to write a dissertation is a bit like being asked to bring an appetizer to a party.
Oh no! I’m not good at this! How do I do this? When will I have time? What if I do it wrong?
For the party you need pigs in a blanket. For the dissertation you need a simple action plan.
But what ARE pigs in a blanket? For the uninitiated, we’re talking about a sausage of some kind wrapped in a bread of some kind, often served as an appetizer.
Forget about making something fancy that’ll take 20 or 30 steps. Pigs in a blanket are the ticket. You make them like this:
- Slice hot dogs into bite-sized chunks.
- Wrap crescent roll dough around each chunk.
And, if you ever want to graduate, you need a “pigs in a blanket” dissertation, too!
- Design a simple study.
- Collect data.
- Analyze data.
This isn’t a cooking show, and you’re not trying to one-up the neighbors with some exotic fare. It doesn’t have to be fancy. It shouldn’t be fancy.
Just pick something simple and get it done. Those pigs in a blanket will be perfect for your graduation party.
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