I have recently returned to work after a maternity leave. Now I am struggling with how to get back up to speed on all things legal research-related. Despite my best intentions, I was unable to stay on top of Slaw posts or Supreme Court decisions while at home. Now I am constantly second-guessing my research, worried that I have missed some new resource or decision. On the plus side, I am pleasantly surprised when I discover ‘new’ features on my favourite websites and online databases; of course, I have no idea how long they’ve been there, or what other ones I may be missing, but the ones I find I try to enjoy. I have (mostly) come to terms with the fact that I will just have to be extra-thorough in my work, trying to fill in a one-year gap, realizing that it is not possible to be on top of everything all the time. But I was wondering if you had any suggestions for getting back up to speed after being away from the legal research field, perhaps on a parental leave, medical leave or sabbatical. Are there any resources on this subject out there that I’ve missed, or has this topic been raised on Slaw in the past year?