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studyinspiration:

For when you need to get up and study in the morning.

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THIS. THE FEELS.

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god-lovin-artist:

TRUTH

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uploadingjess:

As a University student, I have to deal with procrastination on a daily basis. It can get so bad that I actually have to trick myself into studying. So here are some tips for when you are scrolling down your Tumblr dashboard at 3 a.m., even though you have a test tomorrow. Maybe next time try…

" We now know that 24 hours without sleep, or a week of sleeping four or five hours a night induces an impairment equivalent to a blood alcohol level of .1 percent. We would never say, ‘This person is a great worker! He’s drunk all the time!’ yet we continue to celebrate people who sacrifice sleep for work. "

god-lovin-artist:

TRUTH

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renniesane:

This post is life

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green-tea-rex:

It’s 1am so I’m sorry for the people who won’t see this. But if you want confidence and don’t know how to get it, a really good way is to be confident in other people. When you walk into Starbucks, think, “damn, that barista’s hair is da bomb!” Or when you go to school, think, “my teacher is rocking that skirt!” When you start seeing everyone as being beautiful, at some point you realize that you’re everyone too.

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karenkavett:

You guys keep asking for it, so here it is - the Don’t Break the Chain Calendar 2014!

This was originally inspired by the Charlie McDonnell video Don’t Break the Chain back in 2012, and it’s a pretty simple idea. Basically, for each calendar that you print out, choose one activity that you want to do every day (or every other day or once a week or whatever you want) and mark off on the calendar every day that you manage to complete it. Eventually, you’ll have such a long chain that you won’t want to skip a day and thus, break the chain.

Download the printable PDFs (this year in color!) in my new blog post. Happy New Year!

Throw a few of these into a binder or staple ‘em together and they’re so useful for kicking ass year round!

One of the most useful self-improvement tools I’ve ever encountered. 

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studyforyourself:

Hi Guys,

 This is part 2 of my “How should I study?!?” posts. Part 1

   Study Tips

  • keep your desk clean
  • have regular breaks
  • block out distractions
  • listen to music without lyrics (if music is helpful for you)
  • chew gum (instead of unhealthy snacks)
  • drink enough
  • use colours
  • use symbols
  • watch youtube videos (if you don´t understand something)
  • get motivated
  • watch documentarys
  • study together with friends
  • review your notes every day
  • study outside
  • set small goals
  • have fun!
  • ...other tips
  • …other tips 2
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   Organization Apps

(I use Android so I don´t know if these apps are avaliable for IOS)

   Motivation

In the next post: Study Music, Relax!, Make a Study Guide. Please message me if a link isn´t working or if you have a question.

Caroline

studyforyourself:

Hi Guys!

This is part 1 of my “How should I study?!?” posts. A post like this was requested.

   Stuff you need

  • textbooks
  • exercise book, binder, etc.  → your notes
  • pens, markers
  • eraser, ruler, hole puncher
  • a binder/notebook where you rewrite your notes in

    How I study

  1. I make a little study schedule and I write down what I have to do
  2. I take out the stuff I need
  3. I start to rewrite all my important (!) notes and things out of the textbook
  4. I mark everything in special colours
  5. I read everything several times
  6. I write texts etc. (for German, English etc.) and I do exercises (for Math, Grammer etc.)
  7. The evening before the test or exam I make flashcards with abbreviated information/voc/etc.
  8. For vocabulary test I like to use apps like AnkiDroid (more listed below)

   Study Techniques

   Study Apps

(I use Android so I don´t know if these apps are avaliable for IOS)

In the next post: Study Tips, Organization Apps, Motivation. Please message me if a link isn´t working or if you have a question.

Caroline

studyforyourself:

Hi Guys,

 This is part 3 of my “How should I study?!?” posts. → Part 1, Part 2

   Study Music

Please remember that music isn´t the best for everyone. Some work better with it, some don´t.

    Relax

   Make a Study Guide

Please message me if a link isn´t working or if you have a question.

Caroline

PS: Should I make a Part 4?

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" You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in. "

- Eliezer Yudkowsky  (via januaryist)

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