Polymath: It All Adds Up to Improving Life

We sometimes think of creative arts as occupying a distinct niche not relevant to technical fields like science. This is a mistake, as both can benefit each other. I would go so far as to say that arts and crafts were among our first technologies. We have found cave paintings dating back over 40,000 years ago.

I’ve been thinking at length about the idea of burnout and how to avoid it. I’m…

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J. Dianne Dotson is a science fiction and fantasy author, science and content writer, and watercolorist. Learn more at jdiannedotson.com. @jdiannedotson

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J. Dianne Dotson

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J. Dianne Dotson is a science fiction and fantasy author, science and content writer, and watercolorist. Learn more at jdiannedotson.com. @jdiannedotson

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