PhD Writing Made EASY
Stop procrastinating and start writing!

Friday 10th March 1-3 pm


Learn a simple system to stop procrastinating,
get clarity on what you need to write,
increase your pace in the writing process
and start enjoying your PhD experience again.

If you’re a PhD student who is:

  • Working TOO hard and feeling frustrated at not making the progress you want in the writing process
  • Feeling overwhelmed with the amount of literature to read and feeling confused on what to write about
  • Losing motivation as time is passing, and not getting much done
  • Worried that you’re not going to finish in time, and risk missing your BIG deadline

In this mini-training we will cover:

  • Writing blockages. Why you have them and how to avoid them
  • The significance of outlining your piece of writing
  • How to get clarity on what to write to speed the process
  • Planning and time-management techniques for writing

Bring a chapter you are working on, or would like to work on, 

and in 2 hours you will walk away with an outline of your piece of writing, knowing exactly what you need to do, with an action plan to get it done quicker that you've ever it done before

Hi, I am Lucia and I get it...

I am a certified life and academic coach. But before that I worked in Argentina, London, Barcelona and Oxford as a qualified architect.

I specialised, through a Master’s and PhD, in architectural history and industrial heritage. I was always a good student and knew that my studies were an essential part of the kind of person I wanted to be.

Following my academic path, I lived in different countries and learned new languages. I was a foreigner and an international student trying to find my place in the world. It was hard. I thought I knew all the struggles. Then I became a mum in the middle of my PhD. Now, I can tell you, I definitely know how difficult it can be balancing a career and family life. But I was not the only one having difficulties.

I still remember at the start of my PhD, a student who was finishing his dissertation told me: "I can tell that you are just starting because your eyes are still shining.” 
I laughed, but I later understood what he meant.

My eyes may not have shined all the time, but I successfully finished my PhD and remained passionate about my subject till the end.

In 2020, I was working as a tutor at Edinburgh University, when it became clear that academic success is about more than just delivering that thesis, book, lecture, conference paper and so on. It is about successfully juggling research, work and friends and family to create a sustainable and enjoyable work/life balance.

So, I decided to combine my academic experience and personal skills and become a life and academic coach, helping students with the tools, strategy and support to make the most of their academic lives and keep their eyes shining.