Today I went on a drive and a hike with some very special people and we overlooked the whole city on a swing right on the edge of a cliff and the adrenaline rush of swinging over the cliff’s edge was intoxicating and the VIEW, it was so overwhelmingly lovely and beautiful and picturesque and I will be going there quite often
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Today I went on a drive and a hike with some very special people and we overlooked the whole city on a swing right on the edge of a cliff and the adrenaline rush of swinging over the cliff’s edge was intoxicating and the VIEW, it was so overwhelmingly lovely and beautiful and picturesque and I will be going there quite often
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Today I went on a drive and a hike with some very special people and we overlooked the whole city on a swing right on the edge of a cliff and the adrenaline rush of swinging over the cliff’s edge was intoxicating and the VIEW, it was so overwhelmingly lovely and beautiful and picturesque and I will be going there quite often

Today I went on a drive and a hike with some very special people and we overlooked the whole city on a swing right on the edge of a cliff and the adrenaline rush of swinging over the cliff’s edge was intoxicating and the VIEW, it was so overwhelmingly lovely and beautiful and picturesque and I will be going there quite often
Zoom Info
Today I went on a drive and a hike with some very special people and we overlooked the whole city on a swing right on the edge of a cliff and the adrenaline rush of swinging over the cliff’s edge was intoxicating and the VIEW, it was so overwhelmingly lovely and beautiful and picturesque and I will be going there quite often
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Today I went on a drive and a hike with some very special people and we overlooked the whole city on a swing right on the edge of a cliff and the adrenaline rush of swinging over the cliff’s edge was intoxicating and the VIEW, it was so overwhelmingly lovely and beautiful and picturesque and I will be going there quite often

Today I went on a drive and a hike with some very special people and we overlooked the whole city on a swing right on the edge of a cliff and the adrenaline rush of swinging over the cliff’s edge was intoxicating and the VIEW, it was so overwhelmingly lovely and beautiful and picturesque and I will be going there quite often

Today I went on a drive and a hike with some very special people and we overlooked the whole city on a swing right on the edge of a cliff and the adrenaline rush of swinging over the cliff’s edge was intoxicating and the VIEW, it was so overwhelmingly lovely and beautiful and picturesque and I will be going there quite often

disneysmermaids:

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site that you can type in the definition of a word and get the word

site for when you can only remember part of a word/its definition 

site that gives you words that rhyme with a word

site that gives you synonyms and antonyms

THAT FIRST SITE IS EVERY WRITER’S DREAM DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY TIMES I’VE TRIED WRITING SOMETHING AND THOUGHT GOD DAMN IS THERE A SPECIFIC WORD FOR WHAT I’M USING TWO SENTENCES TO DESCRIBE AND JUST GETTING A BUNCH OF SHIT GOOGLE RESULTS

studylikeadoctor:

HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR STUDYING SCHEDULE: 
Hey guys!! Since some of you asked me how I organized my studying schedule for this summer, I thought it would be best to make a post about it. It’s the first time I make a post such as this, and I’m sorry for the poor quality of my photos, but my mobile phone has the only camera I have at hand, so let’s get down to business! 
KNOW YOUR DEADLINES: It’s important to know when do you have your exams, when is that essay due and so on. This way you’ll keep track of time and you’ll know how much time you need to commit to each task. I would advise color coding each one, as I did with the subjects which exams I have to retake in september. This way, you’ll have your goals and needs always in mind. 
KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO STUDY: It’s important to be sure of all the things you need to study. As you can see in this image, I wrote down every unit I need to know for my anatomy exam, and I did the same for the other subjects as well. I also added a little checkbox beside each unit in order to keep track of all the times I revise each one so I can know at a glance how I’m doing and where I need to improve. 
USE ADDITIONAL TOOLS: Getrevising is a webpage that can help you create a schedule if you don’t know where to start. It gives you the opportunity to, completely free, add your classes, appointments, subjects and deadlines to create a schedule. You can also give a priority to each subject so they can assign more study hours to those subjects you find more difficult or where you need to invest more time. I used it as a reference, because it is not perfect, and I don’t know if it’s possible to change the study blocks from 1 hour sessions to longer or shorter ones, but it helps you to make an idea of how many hours you should invest in each subject. Anyway, this tool is completely unnecessary, but I used it because my study schedule is for the whole summer (that’ll be two months of holidays) and so I felt a bit overwhelmed by how many things I needed to tackle. 
EDIT AND WRITE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE ATTENDING TO YOUR NEEDS: The most important thing when you write your study schedule is to know your strengths and limits. I printed a weekly schedule from my laptop iCal to see at a simple glance how many things I had going on in a week and how many hours I could dedicate to study. You can find simple weekly calendars anyway or you can even make your own. The first thing I wrote down were all those unavoidable things such as birthday parties and weddings and medical appointments as well as those things I want to do daily such as running, bathing, walking the dog or reading a bit at night. Once this is done, I can see how many free hours for studying I have, and if I feel like they are not enough, I cut down some things that aren’t completely necessary, because sometimes what is necessary is to make some sacrifices. But remember to always leave some free time for yourself, because it’s good for you to relax and get some strength back. Then, looking at your get revising schedule or simply knowing your needs, write down every day which units you are going to study. Try to be realistic, and don’t cram things in every study session. If you can only study tree units in one morning, then do that. Otherwise you’ll feel stressed and you won’t keep up with your schedule, which can make you feel bad and think that it’s not being useful at all. I’d also recommend highlighting your subjects with the same colors you used for your deadlines calendar, because it’ll help you make an idea in your head of your week. 
TRANSFORM YOUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE INTO A DAILY ONE: I find it better to, once a weekly  schedule is prepared, write it down as a daily one, to the hour. Some people may think this is a bit obsessive, but it makes me less stressed knowing what I should be doing in every study session. Moreover, it makes me feel satisfied crossing out things I have already done, and crossing them out of my list! If you’ll feel stressed watching the things you have to do every hour using just the weekly schedule may be fine for you. I used a simple lined notebook and wrote the hours myself. 
PLUS:KEEP TRACK OF YOUR PROGRESS: If you don’t want to make a daily schedule, or if you’re not accustomed to follow a schedule this thick, you may find useful keeping track of your progress. You can write down what you do every hour your dedicating to studying, or maybe you can write down things as “I planned to study for 3 hours with two 10 minutes breaks and I managed to study just 2 units when I planned to study 3”. This may help you know your weaknesses and analyze what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong. When you realise things as this, you’ll find it easier to make a reliable and realistic schedule that is up to your needs and strong points. This way you’ll know if you work better in the mornings or the afternoons, if you get distracted easily… But remember that the most important thing is to take things easily and bit by bit. Everyone works differently, and what may work for others may not work for you. Analyze and know yourself, and then no one or anything will stop you. 
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I hope you found this helpful. I know this is just my method, but some of you were curious about it and I find inspiring knowing about other people’s methods. This way you can find your inspiration to work out your own methods and habits, and you’l feel much less frustrated when you manage to achieve your goals, but take your time and be patient. Succeed will take your hand if you work hard a bit everyday!!!! 
Zoom Info
studylikeadoctor:

HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR STUDYING SCHEDULE: 
Hey guys!! Since some of you asked me how I organized my studying schedule for this summer, I thought it would be best to make a post about it. It’s the first time I make a post such as this, and I’m sorry for the poor quality of my photos, but my mobile phone has the only camera I have at hand, so let’s get down to business! 
KNOW YOUR DEADLINES: It’s important to know when do you have your exams, when is that essay due and so on. This way you’ll keep track of time and you’ll know how much time you need to commit to each task. I would advise color coding each one, as I did with the subjects which exams I have to retake in september. This way, you’ll have your goals and needs always in mind. 
KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO STUDY: It’s important to be sure of all the things you need to study. As you can see in this image, I wrote down every unit I need to know for my anatomy exam, and I did the same for the other subjects as well. I also added a little checkbox beside each unit in order to keep track of all the times I revise each one so I can know at a glance how I’m doing and where I need to improve. 
USE ADDITIONAL TOOLS: Getrevising is a webpage that can help you create a schedule if you don’t know where to start. It gives you the opportunity to, completely free, add your classes, appointments, subjects and deadlines to create a schedule. You can also give a priority to each subject so they can assign more study hours to those subjects you find more difficult or where you need to invest more time. I used it as a reference, because it is not perfect, and I don’t know if it’s possible to change the study blocks from 1 hour sessions to longer or shorter ones, but it helps you to make an idea of how many hours you should invest in each subject. Anyway, this tool is completely unnecessary, but I used it because my study schedule is for the whole summer (that’ll be two months of holidays) and so I felt a bit overwhelmed by how many things I needed to tackle. 
EDIT AND WRITE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE ATTENDING TO YOUR NEEDS: The most important thing when you write your study schedule is to know your strengths and limits. I printed a weekly schedule from my laptop iCal to see at a simple glance how many things I had going on in a week and how many hours I could dedicate to study. You can find simple weekly calendars anyway or you can even make your own. The first thing I wrote down were all those unavoidable things such as birthday parties and weddings and medical appointments as well as those things I want to do daily such as running, bathing, walking the dog or reading a bit at night. Once this is done, I can see how many free hours for studying I have, and if I feel like they are not enough, I cut down some things that aren’t completely necessary, because sometimes what is necessary is to make some sacrifices. But remember to always leave some free time for yourself, because it’s good for you to relax and get some strength back. Then, looking at your get revising schedule or simply knowing your needs, write down every day which units you are going to study. Try to be realistic, and don’t cram things in every study session. If you can only study tree units in one morning, then do that. Otherwise you’ll feel stressed and you won’t keep up with your schedule, which can make you feel bad and think that it’s not being useful at all. I’d also recommend highlighting your subjects with the same colors you used for your deadlines calendar, because it’ll help you make an idea in your head of your week. 
TRANSFORM YOUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE INTO A DAILY ONE: I find it better to, once a weekly  schedule is prepared, write it down as a daily one, to the hour. Some people may think this is a bit obsessive, but it makes me less stressed knowing what I should be doing in every study session. Moreover, it makes me feel satisfied crossing out things I have already done, and crossing them out of my list! If you’ll feel stressed watching the things you have to do every hour using just the weekly schedule may be fine for you. I used a simple lined notebook and wrote the hours myself. 
PLUS:KEEP TRACK OF YOUR PROGRESS: If you don’t want to make a daily schedule, or if you’re not accustomed to follow a schedule this thick, you may find useful keeping track of your progress. You can write down what you do every hour your dedicating to studying, or maybe you can write down things as “I planned to study for 3 hours with two 10 minutes breaks and I managed to study just 2 units when I planned to study 3”. This may help you know your weaknesses and analyze what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong. When you realise things as this, you’ll find it easier to make a reliable and realistic schedule that is up to your needs and strong points. This way you’ll know if you work better in the mornings or the afternoons, if you get distracted easily… But remember that the most important thing is to take things easily and bit by bit. Everyone works differently, and what may work for others may not work for you. Analyze and know yourself, and then no one or anything will stop you. 
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I hope you found this helpful. I know this is just my method, but some of you were curious about it and I find inspiring knowing about other people’s methods. This way you can find your inspiration to work out your own methods and habits, and you’l feel much less frustrated when you manage to achieve your goals, but take your time and be patient. Succeed will take your hand if you work hard a bit everyday!!!! 
Zoom Info
studylikeadoctor:

HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR STUDYING SCHEDULE: 
Hey guys!! Since some of you asked me how I organized my studying schedule for this summer, I thought it would be best to make a post about it. It’s the first time I make a post such as this, and I’m sorry for the poor quality of my photos, but my mobile phone has the only camera I have at hand, so let’s get down to business! 
KNOW YOUR DEADLINES: It’s important to know when do you have your exams, when is that essay due and so on. This way you’ll keep track of time and you’ll know how much time you need to commit to each task. I would advise color coding each one, as I did with the subjects which exams I have to retake in september. This way, you’ll have your goals and needs always in mind. 
KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO STUDY: It’s important to be sure of all the things you need to study. As you can see in this image, I wrote down every unit I need to know for my anatomy exam, and I did the same for the other subjects as well. I also added a little checkbox beside each unit in order to keep track of all the times I revise each one so I can know at a glance how I’m doing and where I need to improve. 
USE ADDITIONAL TOOLS: Getrevising is a webpage that can help you create a schedule if you don’t know where to start. It gives you the opportunity to, completely free, add your classes, appointments, subjects and deadlines to create a schedule. You can also give a priority to each subject so they can assign more study hours to those subjects you find more difficult or where you need to invest more time. I used it as a reference, because it is not perfect, and I don’t know if it’s possible to change the study blocks from 1 hour sessions to longer or shorter ones, but it helps you to make an idea of how many hours you should invest in each subject. Anyway, this tool is completely unnecessary, but I used it because my study schedule is for the whole summer (that’ll be two months of holidays) and so I felt a bit overwhelmed by how many things I needed to tackle. 
EDIT AND WRITE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE ATTENDING TO YOUR NEEDS: The most important thing when you write your study schedule is to know your strengths and limits. I printed a weekly schedule from my laptop iCal to see at a simple glance how many things I had going on in a week and how many hours I could dedicate to study. You can find simple weekly calendars anyway or you can even make your own. The first thing I wrote down were all those unavoidable things such as birthday parties and weddings and medical appointments as well as those things I want to do daily such as running, bathing, walking the dog or reading a bit at night. Once this is done, I can see how many free hours for studying I have, and if I feel like they are not enough, I cut down some things that aren’t completely necessary, because sometimes what is necessary is to make some sacrifices. But remember to always leave some free time for yourself, because it’s good for you to relax and get some strength back. Then, looking at your get revising schedule or simply knowing your needs, write down every day which units you are going to study. Try to be realistic, and don’t cram things in every study session. If you can only study tree units in one morning, then do that. Otherwise you’ll feel stressed and you won’t keep up with your schedule, which can make you feel bad and think that it’s not being useful at all. I’d also recommend highlighting your subjects with the same colors you used for your deadlines calendar, because it’ll help you make an idea in your head of your week. 
TRANSFORM YOUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE INTO A DAILY ONE: I find it better to, once a weekly  schedule is prepared, write it down as a daily one, to the hour. Some people may think this is a bit obsessive, but it makes me less stressed knowing what I should be doing in every study session. Moreover, it makes me feel satisfied crossing out things I have already done, and crossing them out of my list! If you’ll feel stressed watching the things you have to do every hour using just the weekly schedule may be fine for you. I used a simple lined notebook and wrote the hours myself. 
PLUS:KEEP TRACK OF YOUR PROGRESS: If you don’t want to make a daily schedule, or if you’re not accustomed to follow a schedule this thick, you may find useful keeping track of your progress. You can write down what you do every hour your dedicating to studying, or maybe you can write down things as “I planned to study for 3 hours with two 10 minutes breaks and I managed to study just 2 units when I planned to study 3”. This may help you know your weaknesses and analyze what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong. When you realise things as this, you’ll find it easier to make a reliable and realistic schedule that is up to your needs and strong points. This way you’ll know if you work better in the mornings or the afternoons, if you get distracted easily… But remember that the most important thing is to take things easily and bit by bit. Everyone works differently, and what may work for others may not work for you. Analyze and know yourself, and then no one or anything will stop you. 
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I hope you found this helpful. I know this is just my method, but some of you were curious about it and I find inspiring knowing about other people’s methods. This way you can find your inspiration to work out your own methods and habits, and you’l feel much less frustrated when you manage to achieve your goals, but take your time and be patient. Succeed will take your hand if you work hard a bit everyday!!!! 
Zoom Info
studylikeadoctor:

HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR STUDYING SCHEDULE: 
Hey guys!! Since some of you asked me how I organized my studying schedule for this summer, I thought it would be best to make a post about it. It’s the first time I make a post such as this, and I’m sorry for the poor quality of my photos, but my mobile phone has the only camera I have at hand, so let’s get down to business! 
KNOW YOUR DEADLINES: It’s important to know when do you have your exams, when is that essay due and so on. This way you’ll keep track of time and you’ll know how much time you need to commit to each task. I would advise color coding each one, as I did with the subjects which exams I have to retake in september. This way, you’ll have your goals and needs always in mind. 
KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO STUDY: It’s important to be sure of all the things you need to study. As you can see in this image, I wrote down every unit I need to know for my anatomy exam, and I did the same for the other subjects as well. I also added a little checkbox beside each unit in order to keep track of all the times I revise each one so I can know at a glance how I’m doing and where I need to improve. 
USE ADDITIONAL TOOLS: Getrevising is a webpage that can help you create a schedule if you don’t know where to start. It gives you the opportunity to, completely free, add your classes, appointments, subjects and deadlines to create a schedule. You can also give a priority to each subject so they can assign more study hours to those subjects you find more difficult or where you need to invest more time. I used it as a reference, because it is not perfect, and I don’t know if it’s possible to change the study blocks from 1 hour sessions to longer or shorter ones, but it helps you to make an idea of how many hours you should invest in each subject. Anyway, this tool is completely unnecessary, but I used it because my study schedule is for the whole summer (that’ll be two months of holidays) and so I felt a bit overwhelmed by how many things I needed to tackle. 
EDIT AND WRITE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE ATTENDING TO YOUR NEEDS: The most important thing when you write your study schedule is to know your strengths and limits. I printed a weekly schedule from my laptop iCal to see at a simple glance how many things I had going on in a week and how many hours I could dedicate to study. You can find simple weekly calendars anyway or you can even make your own. The first thing I wrote down were all those unavoidable things such as birthday parties and weddings and medical appointments as well as those things I want to do daily such as running, bathing, walking the dog or reading a bit at night. Once this is done, I can see how many free hours for studying I have, and if I feel like they are not enough, I cut down some things that aren’t completely necessary, because sometimes what is necessary is to make some sacrifices. But remember to always leave some free time for yourself, because it’s good for you to relax and get some strength back. Then, looking at your get revising schedule or simply knowing your needs, write down every day which units you are going to study. Try to be realistic, and don’t cram things in every study session. If you can only study tree units in one morning, then do that. Otherwise you’ll feel stressed and you won’t keep up with your schedule, which can make you feel bad and think that it’s not being useful at all. I’d also recommend highlighting your subjects with the same colors you used for your deadlines calendar, because it’ll help you make an idea in your head of your week. 
TRANSFORM YOUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE INTO A DAILY ONE: I find it better to, once a weekly  schedule is prepared, write it down as a daily one, to the hour. Some people may think this is a bit obsessive, but it makes me less stressed knowing what I should be doing in every study session. Moreover, it makes me feel satisfied crossing out things I have already done, and crossing them out of my list! If you’ll feel stressed watching the things you have to do every hour using just the weekly schedule may be fine for you. I used a simple lined notebook and wrote the hours myself. 
PLUS:KEEP TRACK OF YOUR PROGRESS: If you don’t want to make a daily schedule, or if you’re not accustomed to follow a schedule this thick, you may find useful keeping track of your progress. You can write down what you do every hour your dedicating to studying, or maybe you can write down things as “I planned to study for 3 hours with two 10 minutes breaks and I managed to study just 2 units when I planned to study 3”. This may help you know your weaknesses and analyze what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong. When you realise things as this, you’ll find it easier to make a reliable and realistic schedule that is up to your needs and strong points. This way you’ll know if you work better in the mornings or the afternoons, if you get distracted easily… But remember that the most important thing is to take things easily and bit by bit. Everyone works differently, and what may work for others may not work for you. Analyze and know yourself, and then no one or anything will stop you. 
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I hope you found this helpful. I know this is just my method, but some of you were curious about it and I find inspiring knowing about other people’s methods. This way you can find your inspiration to work out your own methods and habits, and you’l feel much less frustrated when you manage to achieve your goals, but take your time and be patient. Succeed will take your hand if you work hard a bit everyday!!!! 
Zoom Info
studylikeadoctor:

HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR STUDYING SCHEDULE: 
Hey guys!! Since some of you asked me how I organized my studying schedule for this summer, I thought it would be best to make a post about it. It’s the first time I make a post such as this, and I’m sorry for the poor quality of my photos, but my mobile phone has the only camera I have at hand, so let’s get down to business! 
KNOW YOUR DEADLINES: It’s important to know when do you have your exams, when is that essay due and so on. This way you’ll keep track of time and you’ll know how much time you need to commit to each task. I would advise color coding each one, as I did with the subjects which exams I have to retake in september. This way, you’ll have your goals and needs always in mind. 
KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO STUDY: It’s important to be sure of all the things you need to study. As you can see in this image, I wrote down every unit I need to know for my anatomy exam, and I did the same for the other subjects as well. I also added a little checkbox beside each unit in order to keep track of all the times I revise each one so I can know at a glance how I’m doing and where I need to improve. 
USE ADDITIONAL TOOLS: Getrevising is a webpage that can help you create a schedule if you don’t know where to start. It gives you the opportunity to, completely free, add your classes, appointments, subjects and deadlines to create a schedule. You can also give a priority to each subject so they can assign more study hours to those subjects you find more difficult or where you need to invest more time. I used it as a reference, because it is not perfect, and I don’t know if it’s possible to change the study blocks from 1 hour sessions to longer or shorter ones, but it helps you to make an idea of how many hours you should invest in each subject. Anyway, this tool is completely unnecessary, but I used it because my study schedule is for the whole summer (that’ll be two months of holidays) and so I felt a bit overwhelmed by how many things I needed to tackle. 
EDIT AND WRITE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE ATTENDING TO YOUR NEEDS: The most important thing when you write your study schedule is to know your strengths and limits. I printed a weekly schedule from my laptop iCal to see at a simple glance how many things I had going on in a week and how many hours I could dedicate to study. You can find simple weekly calendars anyway or you can even make your own. The first thing I wrote down were all those unavoidable things such as birthday parties and weddings and medical appointments as well as those things I want to do daily such as running, bathing, walking the dog or reading a bit at night. Once this is done, I can see how many free hours for studying I have, and if I feel like they are not enough, I cut down some things that aren’t completely necessary, because sometimes what is necessary is to make some sacrifices. But remember to always leave some free time for yourself, because it’s good for you to relax and get some strength back. Then, looking at your get revising schedule or simply knowing your needs, write down every day which units you are going to study. Try to be realistic, and don’t cram things in every study session. If you can only study tree units in one morning, then do that. Otherwise you’ll feel stressed and you won’t keep up with your schedule, which can make you feel bad and think that it’s not being useful at all. I’d also recommend highlighting your subjects with the same colors you used for your deadlines calendar, because it’ll help you make an idea in your head of your week. 
TRANSFORM YOUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE INTO A DAILY ONE: I find it better to, once a weekly  schedule is prepared, write it down as a daily one, to the hour. Some people may think this is a bit obsessive, but it makes me less stressed knowing what I should be doing in every study session. Moreover, it makes me feel satisfied crossing out things I have already done, and crossing them out of my list! If you’ll feel stressed watching the things you have to do every hour using just the weekly schedule may be fine for you. I used a simple lined notebook and wrote the hours myself. 
PLUS:KEEP TRACK OF YOUR PROGRESS: If you don’t want to make a daily schedule, or if you’re not accustomed to follow a schedule this thick, you may find useful keeping track of your progress. You can write down what you do every hour your dedicating to studying, or maybe you can write down things as “I planned to study for 3 hours with two 10 minutes breaks and I managed to study just 2 units when I planned to study 3”. This may help you know your weaknesses and analyze what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong. When you realise things as this, you’ll find it easier to make a reliable and realistic schedule that is up to your needs and strong points. This way you’ll know if you work better in the mornings or the afternoons, if you get distracted easily… But remember that the most important thing is to take things easily and bit by bit. Everyone works differently, and what may work for others may not work for you. Analyze and know yourself, and then no one or anything will stop you. 
————————————
I hope you found this helpful. I know this is just my method, but some of you were curious about it and I find inspiring knowing about other people’s methods. This way you can find your inspiration to work out your own methods and habits, and you’l feel much less frustrated when you manage to achieve your goals, but take your time and be patient. Succeed will take your hand if you work hard a bit everyday!!!! 
Zoom Info
studylikeadoctor:

HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR STUDYING SCHEDULE: 
Hey guys!! Since some of you asked me how I organized my studying schedule for this summer, I thought it would be best to make a post about it. It’s the first time I make a post such as this, and I’m sorry for the poor quality of my photos, but my mobile phone has the only camera I have at hand, so let’s get down to business! 
KNOW YOUR DEADLINES: It’s important to know when do you have your exams, when is that essay due and so on. This way you’ll keep track of time and you’ll know how much time you need to commit to each task. I would advise color coding each one, as I did with the subjects which exams I have to retake in september. This way, you’ll have your goals and needs always in mind. 
KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO STUDY: It’s important to be sure of all the things you need to study. As you can see in this image, I wrote down every unit I need to know for my anatomy exam, and I did the same for the other subjects as well. I also added a little checkbox beside each unit in order to keep track of all the times I revise each one so I can know at a glance how I’m doing and where I need to improve. 
USE ADDITIONAL TOOLS: Getrevising is a webpage that can help you create a schedule if you don’t know where to start. It gives you the opportunity to, completely free, add your classes, appointments, subjects and deadlines to create a schedule. You can also give a priority to each subject so they can assign more study hours to those subjects you find more difficult or where you need to invest more time. I used it as a reference, because it is not perfect, and I don’t know if it’s possible to change the study blocks from 1 hour sessions to longer or shorter ones, but it helps you to make an idea of how many hours you should invest in each subject. Anyway, this tool is completely unnecessary, but I used it because my study schedule is for the whole summer (that’ll be two months of holidays) and so I felt a bit overwhelmed by how many things I needed to tackle. 
EDIT AND WRITE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE ATTENDING TO YOUR NEEDS: The most important thing when you write your study schedule is to know your strengths and limits. I printed a weekly schedule from my laptop iCal to see at a simple glance how many things I had going on in a week and how many hours I could dedicate to study. You can find simple weekly calendars anyway or you can even make your own. The first thing I wrote down were all those unavoidable things such as birthday parties and weddings and medical appointments as well as those things I want to do daily such as running, bathing, walking the dog or reading a bit at night. Once this is done, I can see how many free hours for studying I have, and if I feel like they are not enough, I cut down some things that aren’t completely necessary, because sometimes what is necessary is to make some sacrifices. But remember to always leave some free time for yourself, because it’s good for you to relax and get some strength back. Then, looking at your get revising schedule or simply knowing your needs, write down every day which units you are going to study. Try to be realistic, and don’t cram things in every study session. If you can only study tree units in one morning, then do that. Otherwise you’ll feel stressed and you won’t keep up with your schedule, which can make you feel bad and think that it’s not being useful at all. I’d also recommend highlighting your subjects with the same colors you used for your deadlines calendar, because it’ll help you make an idea in your head of your week. 
TRANSFORM YOUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE INTO A DAILY ONE: I find it better to, once a weekly  schedule is prepared, write it down as a daily one, to the hour. Some people may think this is a bit obsessive, but it makes me less stressed knowing what I should be doing in every study session. Moreover, it makes me feel satisfied crossing out things I have already done, and crossing them out of my list! If you’ll feel stressed watching the things you have to do every hour using just the weekly schedule may be fine for you. I used a simple lined notebook and wrote the hours myself. 
PLUS:KEEP TRACK OF YOUR PROGRESS: If you don’t want to make a daily schedule, or if you’re not accustomed to follow a schedule this thick, you may find useful keeping track of your progress. You can write down what you do every hour your dedicating to studying, or maybe you can write down things as “I planned to study for 3 hours with two 10 minutes breaks and I managed to study just 2 units when I planned to study 3”. This may help you know your weaknesses and analyze what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong. When you realise things as this, you’ll find it easier to make a reliable and realistic schedule that is up to your needs and strong points. This way you’ll know if you work better in the mornings or the afternoons, if you get distracted easily… But remember that the most important thing is to take things easily and bit by bit. Everyone works differently, and what may work for others may not work for you. Analyze and know yourself, and then no one or anything will stop you. 
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I hope you found this helpful. I know this is just my method, but some of you were curious about it and I find inspiring knowing about other people’s methods. This way you can find your inspiration to work out your own methods and habits, and you’l feel much less frustrated when you manage to achieve your goals, but take your time and be patient. Succeed will take your hand if you work hard a bit everyday!!!! 
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studylikeadoctor:

HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR STUDYING SCHEDULE: 
Hey guys!! Since some of you asked me how I organized my studying schedule for this summer, I thought it would be best to make a post about it. It’s the first time I make a post such as this, and I’m sorry for the poor quality of my photos, but my mobile phone has the only camera I have at hand, so let’s get down to business! 
KNOW YOUR DEADLINES: It’s important to know when do you have your exams, when is that essay due and so on. This way you’ll keep track of time and you’ll know how much time you need to commit to each task. I would advise color coding each one, as I did with the subjects which exams I have to retake in september. This way, you’ll have your goals and needs always in mind. 
KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO STUDY: It’s important to be sure of all the things you need to study. As you can see in this image, I wrote down every unit I need to know for my anatomy exam, and I did the same for the other subjects as well. I also added a little checkbox beside each unit in order to keep track of all the times I revise each one so I can know at a glance how I’m doing and where I need to improve. 
USE ADDITIONAL TOOLS: Getrevising is a webpage that can help you create a schedule if you don’t know where to start. It gives you the opportunity to, completely free, add your classes, appointments, subjects and deadlines to create a schedule. You can also give a priority to each subject so they can assign more study hours to those subjects you find more difficult or where you need to invest more time. I used it as a reference, because it is not perfect, and I don’t know if it’s possible to change the study blocks from 1 hour sessions to longer or shorter ones, but it helps you to make an idea of how many hours you should invest in each subject. Anyway, this tool is completely unnecessary, but I used it because my study schedule is for the whole summer (that’ll be two months of holidays) and so I felt a bit overwhelmed by how many things I needed to tackle. 
EDIT AND WRITE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE ATTENDING TO YOUR NEEDS: The most important thing when you write your study schedule is to know your strengths and limits. I printed a weekly schedule from my laptop iCal to see at a simple glance how many things I had going on in a week and how many hours I could dedicate to study. You can find simple weekly calendars anyway or you can even make your own. The first thing I wrote down were all those unavoidable things such as birthday parties and weddings and medical appointments as well as those things I want to do daily such as running, bathing, walking the dog or reading a bit at night. Once this is done, I can see how many free hours for studying I have, and if I feel like they are not enough, I cut down some things that aren’t completely necessary, because sometimes what is necessary is to make some sacrifices. But remember to always leave some free time for yourself, because it’s good for you to relax and get some strength back. Then, looking at your get revising schedule or simply knowing your needs, write down every day which units you are going to study. Try to be realistic, and don’t cram things in every study session. If you can only study tree units in one morning, then do that. Otherwise you’ll feel stressed and you won’t keep up with your schedule, which can make you feel bad and think that it’s not being useful at all. I’d also recommend highlighting your subjects with the same colors you used for your deadlines calendar, because it’ll help you make an idea in your head of your week. 
TRANSFORM YOUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE INTO A DAILY ONE: I find it better to, once a weekly  schedule is prepared, write it down as a daily one, to the hour. Some people may think this is a bit obsessive, but it makes me less stressed knowing what I should be doing in every study session. Moreover, it makes me feel satisfied crossing out things I have already done, and crossing them out of my list! If you’ll feel stressed watching the things you have to do every hour using just the weekly schedule may be fine for you. I used a simple lined notebook and wrote the hours myself. 
PLUS:KEEP TRACK OF YOUR PROGRESS: If you don’t want to make a daily schedule, or if you’re not accustomed to follow a schedule this thick, you may find useful keeping track of your progress. You can write down what you do every hour your dedicating to studying, or maybe you can write down things as “I planned to study for 3 hours with two 10 minutes breaks and I managed to study just 2 units when I planned to study 3”. This may help you know your weaknesses and analyze what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong. When you realise things as this, you’ll find it easier to make a reliable and realistic schedule that is up to your needs and strong points. This way you’ll know if you work better in the mornings or the afternoons, if you get distracted easily… But remember that the most important thing is to take things easily and bit by bit. Everyone works differently, and what may work for others may not work for you. Analyze and know yourself, and then no one or anything will stop you. 
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I hope you found this helpful. I know this is just my method, but some of you were curious about it and I find inspiring knowing about other people’s methods. This way you can find your inspiration to work out your own methods and habits, and you’l feel much less frustrated when you manage to achieve your goals, but take your time and be patient. Succeed will take your hand if you work hard a bit everyday!!!! 
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studylikeadoctor:

HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR STUDYING SCHEDULE: 
Hey guys!! Since some of you asked me how I organized my studying schedule for this summer, I thought it would be best to make a post about it. It’s the first time I make a post such as this, and I’m sorry for the poor quality of my photos, but my mobile phone has the only camera I have at hand, so let’s get down to business! 
KNOW YOUR DEADLINES: It’s important to know when do you have your exams, when is that essay due and so on. This way you’ll keep track of time and you’ll know how much time you need to commit to each task. I would advise color coding each one, as I did with the subjects which exams I have to retake in september. This way, you’ll have your goals and needs always in mind. 
KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO STUDY: It’s important to be sure of all the things you need to study. As you can see in this image, I wrote down every unit I need to know for my anatomy exam, and I did the same for the other subjects as well. I also added a little checkbox beside each unit in order to keep track of all the times I revise each one so I can know at a glance how I’m doing and where I need to improve. 
USE ADDITIONAL TOOLS: Getrevising is a webpage that can help you create a schedule if you don’t know where to start. It gives you the opportunity to, completely free, add your classes, appointments, subjects and deadlines to create a schedule. You can also give a priority to each subject so they can assign more study hours to those subjects you find more difficult or where you need to invest more time. I used it as a reference, because it is not perfect, and I don’t know if it’s possible to change the study blocks from 1 hour sessions to longer or shorter ones, but it helps you to make an idea of how many hours you should invest in each subject. Anyway, this tool is completely unnecessary, but I used it because my study schedule is for the whole summer (that’ll be two months of holidays) and so I felt a bit overwhelmed by how many things I needed to tackle. 
EDIT AND WRITE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE ATTENDING TO YOUR NEEDS: The most important thing when you write your study schedule is to know your strengths and limits. I printed a weekly schedule from my laptop iCal to see at a simple glance how many things I had going on in a week and how many hours I could dedicate to study. You can find simple weekly calendars anyway or you can even make your own. The first thing I wrote down were all those unavoidable things such as birthday parties and weddings and medical appointments as well as those things I want to do daily such as running, bathing, walking the dog or reading a bit at night. Once this is done, I can see how many free hours for studying I have, and if I feel like they are not enough, I cut down some things that aren’t completely necessary, because sometimes what is necessary is to make some sacrifices. But remember to always leave some free time for yourself, because it’s good for you to relax and get some strength back. Then, looking at your get revising schedule or simply knowing your needs, write down every day which units you are going to study. Try to be realistic, and don’t cram things in every study session. If you can only study tree units in one morning, then do that. Otherwise you’ll feel stressed and you won’t keep up with your schedule, which can make you feel bad and think that it’s not being useful at all. I’d also recommend highlighting your subjects with the same colors you used for your deadlines calendar, because it’ll help you make an idea in your head of your week. 
TRANSFORM YOUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE INTO A DAILY ONE: I find it better to, once a weekly  schedule is prepared, write it down as a daily one, to the hour. Some people may think this is a bit obsessive, but it makes me less stressed knowing what I should be doing in every study session. Moreover, it makes me feel satisfied crossing out things I have already done, and crossing them out of my list! If you’ll feel stressed watching the things you have to do every hour using just the weekly schedule may be fine for you. I used a simple lined notebook and wrote the hours myself. 
PLUS:KEEP TRACK OF YOUR PROGRESS: If you don’t want to make a daily schedule, or if you’re not accustomed to follow a schedule this thick, you may find useful keeping track of your progress. You can write down what you do every hour your dedicating to studying, or maybe you can write down things as “I planned to study for 3 hours with two 10 minutes breaks and I managed to study just 2 units when I planned to study 3”. This may help you know your weaknesses and analyze what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong. When you realise things as this, you’ll find it easier to make a reliable and realistic schedule that is up to your needs and strong points. This way you’ll know if you work better in the mornings or the afternoons, if you get distracted easily… But remember that the most important thing is to take things easily and bit by bit. Everyone works differently, and what may work for others may not work for you. Analyze and know yourself, and then no one or anything will stop you. 
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I hope you found this helpful. I know this is just my method, but some of you were curious about it and I find inspiring knowing about other people’s methods. This way you can find your inspiration to work out your own methods and habits, and you’l feel much less frustrated when you manage to achieve your goals, but take your time and be patient. Succeed will take your hand if you work hard a bit everyday!!!! 
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studylikeadoctor:

HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR STUDYING SCHEDULE: 

Hey guys!! Since some of you asked me how I organized my studying schedule for this summer, I thought it would be best to make a post about it. It’s the first time I make a post such as this, and I’m sorry for the poor quality of my photos, but my mobile phone has the only camera I have at hand, so let’s get down to business! 

  1. KNOW YOUR DEADLINES: It’s important to know when do you have your exams, when is that essay due and so on. This way you’ll keep track of time and you’ll know how much time you need to commit to each task. I would advise color coding each one, as I did with the subjects which exams I have to retake in september. This way, you’ll have your goals and needs always in mind. 
  2. KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO STUDY: It’s important to be sure of all the things you need to study. As you can see in this image, I wrote down every unit I need to know for my anatomy exam, and I did the same for the other subjects as well. I also added a little checkbox beside each unit in order to keep track of all the times I revise each one so I can know at a glance how I’m doing and where I need to improve. 
  3. USE ADDITIONAL TOOLS: Getrevising is a webpage that can help you create a schedule if you don’t know where to start. It gives you the opportunity to, completely free, add your classes, appointments, subjects and deadlines to create a schedule. You can also give a priority to each subject so they can assign more study hours to those subjects you find more difficult or where you need to invest more time. I used it as a reference, because it is not perfect, and I don’t know if it’s possible to change the study blocks from 1 hour sessions to longer or shorter ones, but it helps you to make an idea of how many hours you should invest in each subject. Anyway, this tool is completely unnecessary, but I used it because my study schedule is for the whole summer (that’ll be two months of holidays) and so I felt a bit overwhelmed by how many things I needed to tackle. 
  4. EDIT AND WRITE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE ATTENDING TO YOUR NEEDS: The most important thing when you write your study schedule is to know your strengths and limits. I printed a weekly schedule from my laptop iCal to see at a simple glance how many things I had going on in a week and how many hours I could dedicate to study. You can find simple weekly calendars anyway or you can even make your own. The first thing I wrote down were all those unavoidable things such as birthday parties and weddings and medical appointments as well as those things I want to do daily such as running, bathing, walking the dog or reading a bit at night. Once this is done, I can see how many free hours for studying I have, and if I feel like they are not enough, I cut down some things that aren’t completely necessary, because sometimes what is necessary is to make some sacrifices. But remember to always leave some free time for yourself, because it’s good for you to relax and get some strength back. Then, looking at your get revising schedule or simply knowing your needs, write down every day which units you are going to study. Try to be realistic, and don’t cram things in every study session. If you can only study tree units in one morning, then do that. Otherwise you’ll feel stressed and you won’t keep up with your schedule, which can make you feel bad and think that it’s not being useful at all. I’d also recommend highlighting your subjects with the same colors you used for your deadlines calendar, because it’ll help you make an idea in your head of your week. 
  5. TRANSFORM YOUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE INTO A DAILY ONE: I find it better to, once a weekly schedule is prepared, write it down as a daily one, to the hour. Some people may think this is a bit obsessive, but it makes me less stressed knowing what I should be doing in every study session. Moreover, it makes me feel satisfied crossing out things I have already done, and crossing them out of my list! If you’ll feel stressed watching the things you have to do every hour using just the weekly schedule may be fine for you. I used a simple lined notebook and wrote the hours myself. 
  6. PLUS:KEEP TRACK OF YOUR PROGRESS: If you don’t want to make a daily schedule, or if you’re not accustomed to follow a schedule this thick, you may find useful keeping track of your progress. You can write down what you do every hour your dedicating to studying, or maybe you can write down things as “I planned to study for 3 hours with two 10 minutes breaks and I managed to study just 2 units when I planned to study 3”. This may help you know your weaknesses and analyze what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong. When you realise things as this, you’ll find it easier to make a reliable and realistic schedule that is up to your needs and strong points. This way you’ll know if you work better in the mornings or the afternoons, if you get distracted easily… But remember that the most important thing is to take things easily and bit by bit. Everyone works differently, and what may work for others may not work for you. Analyze and know yourself, and then no one or anything will stop you. 

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I hope you found this helpful. I know this is just my method, but some of you were curious about it and I find inspiring knowing about other people’s methods. This way you can find your inspiration to work out your own methods and habits, and you’l feel much less frustrated when you manage to achieve your goals, but take your time and be patient. Succeed will take your hand if you work hard a bit everyday!!!! 

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im5-official:

Ahh yes, The dreaded school. When it comes around we all dread, new teachers, new schedule, some new unfamiliar faces, the MASSIVE amount of homework load, less time on tumblr. Here is another long post with a few sites and others to help you out here!

College needs:
Advice on college
Alternatives to buying expensive textbooks
AP Cram Packets
Cheat sheet for becoming an adult
Dorm room survival
Free online college classes
How to survive college masterpost
Food
cheap & healthy snacks
chocolate muffin in a mug tutorial
Coffee recipes to help stay awake
Every Starbucks drink and pasty FTW
For the vegans you bad ass motherfuckers
Herearesomedeliciousfood
macaroni cheese / mac&cheese in a cup
quick and easy soup recipes
study snacks
Study snack
thousands of quick and easy snack recipes
Yummy cheesiness!
40 on-the-go breakfast recipes
Helpful sites:
Challenge your brain
Feed the hungry while using your vocabulary
Free online textbooks
Grade calculator
Quizlet
Rape Escape
Whole page dedicated to studying/organizing
High school needs:
For Juniors or Seniors With Low Income Families Looking For Scholarships
How to survive freshman year
Mental health resources:
a website that is always relevant.
falling asleep tips
How long to sleep
how to talk to and help an anxiety-ridden friend
how to wake up in the morning
keep taking your mind off of it
mental illness recovery tips
need a motivational speech? i like this one for myself.
not having a good day? :c
picking up a hobby can relax you during the school year!!
seriously just please try to relax ily
take your mind off of it
tips on self-love
when to go to sleep/wake up
working out is a total stress-buster.
Misc resources:
download free books
express yourself with make-up 
Hobbies masterpost
I fucking love to study to this.
please remember this.
Sick ass movie list I have more but, this is a school one so message me for more.
Sites to help you not get distracted with other sites. (Mac)(PC)
Various ways to where a scarf
What’s the fucking weather
Motivation:
earn a cute kitten picture after writing
how to get motivated
Procrastinator? 
Music/Sound:
calm/nature sounds
chill playlist
coffee shop blues
coffee shop sounds
concentration playlist
relaxation
study playlist
4hours of classical music
School resources:
An already typed essay at your fingertips(type the subject and press random stuff and an essay forms. TO KIND OF HELP)
bibliography maker
educational links fucking galore
my favorite tutoring website
online ruler
pull an all nighter but do well on your exam
Social media citing
study like a college kid
Time Management
Psychology Lectures by a Professor from Yale University
Stress relief:
Calm
compliments generator
how long to nap
go to a quiet place
learn more about anxiety.
panic and anxiety information masterpost
Relaxation techniques
Stress Analyst
the thoughts room
take a guided relaxation
yoga poses
Studying/school help:English/History:
Best place to get help for English
essay structure guide
essay writing help
free microsoft word alternative
Grammar and spell checker
Graphic Essay Organizer
Help on reading/researching
Make a kick ass essay
Masterpost of writing software
microsoft word equivalent
more essay writing help
On books you you don’t want to read
Tip of my tongue
Foreign Languages:
Learn, Spanish, French, English, Portuguese, German, Italian
Geography:
learn geography
Math/Science:
calculators (includes graphing, geometric, stats etc)
College/high school Chemistry notes
math problem solver (2)
Periodic Table
Thinking/memorizing
This is the math god
Study Needs:
Answers to the textbook
Beneficial studying tips
Crash course in any subject with John Green
Free Educational resources for anyone and everyone 
help in a ton of subjects
Helps you in any subject
homework help
how to google
how to study, Study guide
finals survival guide
improve your studying skills
Learning Websites Masterpage
Looking for a word
make flash cards
One of the best learning websites
Scholarpedia
Tips before/during an exam
Tips on Exams
TIPS:
Remember that today’s day in age is different from how it was back then. So don’t stress about school too much.High school students today have the anxiety of what a mental patient in the insane asylum had in the 50s. Here’s also a thing to show how times have changed.
Prioritize. List what needs to get done first and when. Sometimes getting the bigger/harder tasks is easier than conquering the smaller/easier tasks.
Set times when certain projects need to be done and stick to that deadline.
Turn your phone off or give it to your parents while doing work/studying. I know that we live in the age of technology and literally everything is at the touch of our fingertips. Honestly though you can wait on what your favorite celebrity has to say or if your crush liked your instagram photo. You’ll be more involved in that than you are into your work.
If you have trouble in a certain subject and there is no assigned seating, take advantage of the front. I guarantee you’ll learn more.
Ask your teacher what exactly you’ll need to know. If you’re taking notes during the year, write in the margins whether or not it will be tested. It will be easier to know what you will be tested on.
Save your exams. Half the time your teachers use the same questions (or questions similar) from your exams on your midterms or finals.
Don’t try to do homework straight afterschool if you can’t, despite what everyone says. Give yourself an hour, and try to get some exercise in. I find it stops me getting bored of sitting down. Not to mention helps me concentrate better.
Don’t just read the material, write it, draw it, recite it, quiz yourself on it! Until you have the material down.
Join clubs, sports, or organizations! You’re guaranteed to find friends in there. You’ll already have common interests. Start with that and go with the flow.
College kids: If you don’t have assigned seating, and you have been sitting in the same seat for 2 weeks. That is you assigned seat now. Don’t move or you’ll screw everyone up and they will hate you.
Color code things, such as your notes. If you want to see how I color code my notes message me and I’ll be happy to show you. 
Be kind to one another.
I think that about does it. So yeah:)

im5-official:

Ahh yes, The dreaded school. When it comes around we all dread, new teachers, new schedule, some new unfamiliar faces, the MASSIVE amount of homework load, less time on tumblr. Here is another long post with a few sites and others to help you out here!

College needs:

Food

Helpful sites:

High school needs:

Mental health resources:

Misc resources:

Motivation:

Music/Sound:

School resources:

Stress relief:

Studying/school help:
English/History:

Foreign Languages:

Geography:

Math/Science:

Study Needs:

TIPS:

  1. Remember that today’s day in age is different from how it was back then. So don’t stress about school too much.High school students today have the anxiety of what a mental patient in the insane asylum had in the 50s. Here’s also a thing to show how times have changed.
  2. Prioritize. List what needs to get done first and when. Sometimes getting the bigger/harder tasks is easier than conquering the smaller/easier tasks.
  3. Set times when certain projects need to be done and stick to that deadline.
  4. Turn your phone off or give it to your parents while doing work/studying. I know that we live in the age of technology and literally everything is at the touch of our fingertips. Honestly though you can wait on what your favorite celebrity has to say or if your crush liked your instagram photo. You’ll be more involved in that than you are into your work.
  5. If you have trouble in a certain subject and there is no assigned seating, take advantage of the front. I guarantee you’ll learn more.
  6. Ask your teacher what exactly you’ll need to know. If you’re taking notes during the year, write in the margins whether or not it will be tested. It will be easier to know what you will be tested on.
  7. Save your exams. Half the time your teachers use the same questions (or questions similar) from your exams on your midterms or finals.
  8. Don’t try to do homework straight afterschool if you can’t, despite what everyone says. Give yourself an hour, and try to get some exercise in. I find it stops me getting bored of sitting down. Not to mention helps me concentrate better.
  9. Don’t just read the material, write it, draw it, recite it, quiz yourself on it! Until you have the material down.
  10. Join clubs, sports, or organizations! You’re guaranteed to find friends in there. You’ll already have common interests. Start with that and go with the flow.
  11. College kids: If you don’t have assigned seating, and you have been sitting in the same seat for 2 weeks. That is you assigned seat now. Don’t move or you’ll screw everyone up and they will hate you.
  12. Color code things, such as your notes. If you want to see how I color code my notes message me and I’ll be happy to show you
  13. Be kind to one another.

I think that about does it. So yeah:)

nathansus:

OK SO I WANTED TO HELP YOU GUYS SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF HOMESCREENS/LOCKSCREENS NOT FITTING PROPERLY ON IOS7 SO YEAH DYLAN WILL BE OUR HELPER TODAY AND ALL YOU NEED IS ONE FREE SIMPLE APP SO YAY US LETS GET STARTED (the numbers go by the order of the pictures ^^^^ up there 🙈) 



1. GET A PICTURE (bad dylan at best) BUT FIRST



2. EXAMPLE OF IT NOT FITTING 

ITS JUST TOO SMALL OR CUTS PARTS OF THE PICTURE OUT LIKE PICTURE NUMBER 2 THE SOLUTION IS….


3. SQUAREADY

ITS A FREE APP THATS SO SIMPLE AND REALLY GOOD FOR INSTAGRAM FRAMES ( why am I talking in caps )


4. setting the picture 


all you do is press that little button that i circled in red at the bottom YAY for simple and your picture should look like a regular instagram frame but just pushed in the middle if that makes sense 


5. saving the picture


ok well yay basically we are done and all we have to do is save and to do that just click the button I circled at the top right and 


6. saving the picture pt 2


click camera roll 



7. save it at the HIGHEST possible setting

(PNG 2448x2448) TO BE EXACT 



8. set your picture as your lockscreen and or homescreen 

and you should already see that it fits better and sorry I didn’t use a really good picture to see the difference of the fit of the picture but the app really does help


9. YOURE DONE!


YAY YOU you have a pretty lockscreen THAT ACTUALLY FITS 


okay guys I really hoped this help you and you can use all the pictures you actually want to now :) 


please reblog this or like this or whatever just so people can see it cause I know a lot of people have this problem with ios7 


OK LOVE YOU GUYS FOLLOW ME AND OR REBLOG OR LIKE THIS IF THIS HELPED YOU CAUSE HONESTLY I JUST WANT TO KNOW BECAUSE IDK

ok pce and have pretty lock screens 💓

AND DONT FORGET TO REBLOG THIS!!!!!!


*********(by the way im not 100% sure this works on iphone 4’s but im pretty sure it does, if you have an iphone 4 and it worked please let me know ok love u)**********


p.s. reblog this
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nathansus:

OK SO I WANTED TO HELP YOU GUYS SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF HOMESCREENS/LOCKSCREENS NOT FITTING PROPERLY ON IOS7 SO YEAH DYLAN WILL BE OUR HELPER TODAY AND ALL YOU NEED IS ONE FREE SIMPLE APP SO YAY US LETS GET STARTED (the numbers go by the order of the pictures ^^^^ up there 🙈) 



1. GET A PICTURE (bad dylan at best) BUT FIRST



2. EXAMPLE OF IT NOT FITTING 

ITS JUST TOO SMALL OR CUTS PARTS OF THE PICTURE OUT LIKE PICTURE NUMBER 2 THE SOLUTION IS….


3. SQUAREADY

ITS A FREE APP THATS SO SIMPLE AND REALLY GOOD FOR INSTAGRAM FRAMES ( why am I talking in caps )


4. setting the picture 


all you do is press that little button that i circled in red at the bottom YAY for simple and your picture should look like a regular instagram frame but just pushed in the middle if that makes sense 


5. saving the picture


ok well yay basically we are done and all we have to do is save and to do that just click the button I circled at the top right and 


6. saving the picture pt 2


click camera roll 



7. save it at the HIGHEST possible setting

(PNG 2448x2448) TO BE EXACT 



8. set your picture as your lockscreen and or homescreen 

and you should already see that it fits better and sorry I didn’t use a really good picture to see the difference of the fit of the picture but the app really does help


9. YOURE DONE!


YAY YOU you have a pretty lockscreen THAT ACTUALLY FITS 


okay guys I really hoped this help you and you can use all the pictures you actually want to now :) 


please reblog this or like this or whatever just so people can see it cause I know a lot of people have this problem with ios7 


OK LOVE YOU GUYS FOLLOW ME AND OR REBLOG OR LIKE THIS IF THIS HELPED YOU CAUSE HONESTLY I JUST WANT TO KNOW BECAUSE IDK

ok pce and have pretty lock screens 💓

AND DONT FORGET TO REBLOG THIS!!!!!!


*********(by the way im not 100% sure this works on iphone 4’s but im pretty sure it does, if you have an iphone 4 and it worked please let me know ok love u)**********


p.s. reblog this
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nathansus:

OK SO I WANTED TO HELP YOU GUYS SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF HOMESCREENS/LOCKSCREENS NOT FITTING PROPERLY ON IOS7 SO YEAH DYLAN WILL BE OUR HELPER TODAY AND ALL YOU NEED IS ONE FREE SIMPLE APP SO YAY US LETS GET STARTED (the numbers go by the order of the pictures ^^^^ up there 🙈) 



1. GET A PICTURE (bad dylan at best) BUT FIRST



2. EXAMPLE OF IT NOT FITTING 

ITS JUST TOO SMALL OR CUTS PARTS OF THE PICTURE OUT LIKE PICTURE NUMBER 2 THE SOLUTION IS….


3. SQUAREADY

ITS A FREE APP THATS SO SIMPLE AND REALLY GOOD FOR INSTAGRAM FRAMES ( why am I talking in caps )


4. setting the picture 


all you do is press that little button that i circled in red at the bottom YAY for simple and your picture should look like a regular instagram frame but just pushed in the middle if that makes sense 


5. saving the picture


ok well yay basically we are done and all we have to do is save and to do that just click the button I circled at the top right and 


6. saving the picture pt 2


click camera roll 



7. save it at the HIGHEST possible setting

(PNG 2448x2448) TO BE EXACT 



8. set your picture as your lockscreen and or homescreen 

and you should already see that it fits better and sorry I didn’t use a really good picture to see the difference of the fit of the picture but the app really does help


9. YOURE DONE!


YAY YOU you have a pretty lockscreen THAT ACTUALLY FITS 


okay guys I really hoped this help you and you can use all the pictures you actually want to now :) 


please reblog this or like this or whatever just so people can see it cause I know a lot of people have this problem with ios7 


OK LOVE YOU GUYS FOLLOW ME AND OR REBLOG OR LIKE THIS IF THIS HELPED YOU CAUSE HONESTLY I JUST WANT TO KNOW BECAUSE IDK

ok pce and have pretty lock screens 💓

AND DONT FORGET TO REBLOG THIS!!!!!!


*********(by the way im not 100% sure this works on iphone 4’s but im pretty sure it does, if you have an iphone 4 and it worked please let me know ok love u)**********


p.s. reblog this
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nathansus:

OK SO I WANTED TO HELP YOU GUYS SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF HOMESCREENS/LOCKSCREENS NOT FITTING PROPERLY ON IOS7 SO YEAH DYLAN WILL BE OUR HELPER TODAY AND ALL YOU NEED IS ONE FREE SIMPLE APP SO YAY US LETS GET STARTED (the numbers go by the order of the pictures ^^^^ up there 🙈) 



1. GET A PICTURE (bad dylan at best) BUT FIRST



2. EXAMPLE OF IT NOT FITTING 

ITS JUST TOO SMALL OR CUTS PARTS OF THE PICTURE OUT LIKE PICTURE NUMBER 2 THE SOLUTION IS….


3. SQUAREADY

ITS A FREE APP THATS SO SIMPLE AND REALLY GOOD FOR INSTAGRAM FRAMES ( why am I talking in caps )


4. setting the picture 


all you do is press that little button that i circled in red at the bottom YAY for simple and your picture should look like a regular instagram frame but just pushed in the middle if that makes sense 


5. saving the picture


ok well yay basically we are done and all we have to do is save and to do that just click the button I circled at the top right and 


6. saving the picture pt 2


click camera roll 



7. save it at the HIGHEST possible setting

(PNG 2448x2448) TO BE EXACT 



8. set your picture as your lockscreen and or homescreen 

and you should already see that it fits better and sorry I didn’t use a really good picture to see the difference of the fit of the picture but the app really does help


9. YOURE DONE!


YAY YOU you have a pretty lockscreen THAT ACTUALLY FITS 


okay guys I really hoped this help you and you can use all the pictures you actually want to now :) 


please reblog this or like this or whatever just so people can see it cause I know a lot of people have this problem with ios7 


OK LOVE YOU GUYS FOLLOW ME AND OR REBLOG OR LIKE THIS IF THIS HELPED YOU CAUSE HONESTLY I JUST WANT TO KNOW BECAUSE IDK

ok pce and have pretty lock screens 💓

AND DONT FORGET TO REBLOG THIS!!!!!!


*********(by the way im not 100% sure this works on iphone 4’s but im pretty sure it does, if you have an iphone 4 and it worked please let me know ok love u)**********


p.s. reblog this
Zoom Info
nathansus:

OK SO I WANTED TO HELP YOU GUYS SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF HOMESCREENS/LOCKSCREENS NOT FITTING PROPERLY ON IOS7 SO YEAH DYLAN WILL BE OUR HELPER TODAY AND ALL YOU NEED IS ONE FREE SIMPLE APP SO YAY US LETS GET STARTED (the numbers go by the order of the pictures ^^^^ up there 🙈) 



1. GET A PICTURE (bad dylan at best) BUT FIRST



2. EXAMPLE OF IT NOT FITTING 

ITS JUST TOO SMALL OR CUTS PARTS OF THE PICTURE OUT LIKE PICTURE NUMBER 2 THE SOLUTION IS….


3. SQUAREADY

ITS A FREE APP THATS SO SIMPLE AND REALLY GOOD FOR INSTAGRAM FRAMES ( why am I talking in caps )


4. setting the picture 


all you do is press that little button that i circled in red at the bottom YAY for simple and your picture should look like a regular instagram frame but just pushed in the middle if that makes sense 


5. saving the picture


ok well yay basically we are done and all we have to do is save and to do that just click the button I circled at the top right and 


6. saving the picture pt 2


click camera roll 



7. save it at the HIGHEST possible setting

(PNG 2448x2448) TO BE EXACT 



8. set your picture as your lockscreen and or homescreen 

and you should already see that it fits better and sorry I didn’t use a really good picture to see the difference of the fit of the picture but the app really does help


9. YOURE DONE!


YAY YOU you have a pretty lockscreen THAT ACTUALLY FITS 


okay guys I really hoped this help you and you can use all the pictures you actually want to now :) 


please reblog this or like this or whatever just so people can see it cause I know a lot of people have this problem with ios7 


OK LOVE YOU GUYS FOLLOW ME AND OR REBLOG OR LIKE THIS IF THIS HELPED YOU CAUSE HONESTLY I JUST WANT TO KNOW BECAUSE IDK

ok pce and have pretty lock screens 💓

AND DONT FORGET TO REBLOG THIS!!!!!!


*********(by the way im not 100% sure this works on iphone 4’s but im pretty sure it does, if you have an iphone 4 and it worked please let me know ok love u)**********


p.s. reblog this
Zoom Info
nathansus:

OK SO I WANTED TO HELP YOU GUYS SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF HOMESCREENS/LOCKSCREENS NOT FITTING PROPERLY ON IOS7 SO YEAH DYLAN WILL BE OUR HELPER TODAY AND ALL YOU NEED IS ONE FREE SIMPLE APP SO YAY US LETS GET STARTED (the numbers go by the order of the pictures ^^^^ up there 🙈) 



1. GET A PICTURE (bad dylan at best) BUT FIRST



2. EXAMPLE OF IT NOT FITTING 

ITS JUST TOO SMALL OR CUTS PARTS OF THE PICTURE OUT LIKE PICTURE NUMBER 2 THE SOLUTION IS….


3. SQUAREADY

ITS A FREE APP THATS SO SIMPLE AND REALLY GOOD FOR INSTAGRAM FRAMES ( why am I talking in caps )


4. setting the picture 


all you do is press that little button that i circled in red at the bottom YAY for simple and your picture should look like a regular instagram frame but just pushed in the middle if that makes sense 


5. saving the picture


ok well yay basically we are done and all we have to do is save and to do that just click the button I circled at the top right and 


6. saving the picture pt 2


click camera roll 



7. save it at the HIGHEST possible setting

(PNG 2448x2448) TO BE EXACT 



8. set your picture as your lockscreen and or homescreen 

and you should already see that it fits better and sorry I didn’t use a really good picture to see the difference of the fit of the picture but the app really does help


9. YOURE DONE!


YAY YOU you have a pretty lockscreen THAT ACTUALLY FITS 


okay guys I really hoped this help you and you can use all the pictures you actually want to now :) 


please reblog this or like this or whatever just so people can see it cause I know a lot of people have this problem with ios7 


OK LOVE YOU GUYS FOLLOW ME AND OR REBLOG OR LIKE THIS IF THIS HELPED YOU CAUSE HONESTLY I JUST WANT TO KNOW BECAUSE IDK

ok pce and have pretty lock screens 💓

AND DONT FORGET TO REBLOG THIS!!!!!!


*********(by the way im not 100% sure this works on iphone 4’s but im pretty sure it does, if you have an iphone 4 and it worked please let me know ok love u)**********


p.s. reblog this
Zoom Info
nathansus:

OK SO I WANTED TO HELP YOU GUYS SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF HOMESCREENS/LOCKSCREENS NOT FITTING PROPERLY ON IOS7 SO YEAH DYLAN WILL BE OUR HELPER TODAY AND ALL YOU NEED IS ONE FREE SIMPLE APP SO YAY US LETS GET STARTED (the numbers go by the order of the pictures ^^^^ up there 🙈) 



1. GET A PICTURE (bad dylan at best) BUT FIRST



2. EXAMPLE OF IT NOT FITTING 

ITS JUST TOO SMALL OR CUTS PARTS OF THE PICTURE OUT LIKE PICTURE NUMBER 2 THE SOLUTION IS….


3. SQUAREADY

ITS A FREE APP THATS SO SIMPLE AND REALLY GOOD FOR INSTAGRAM FRAMES ( why am I talking in caps )


4. setting the picture 


all you do is press that little button that i circled in red at the bottom YAY for simple and your picture should look like a regular instagram frame but just pushed in the middle if that makes sense 


5. saving the picture


ok well yay basically we are done and all we have to do is save and to do that just click the button I circled at the top right and 


6. saving the picture pt 2


click camera roll 



7. save it at the HIGHEST possible setting

(PNG 2448x2448) TO BE EXACT 



8. set your picture as your lockscreen and or homescreen 

and you should already see that it fits better and sorry I didn’t use a really good picture to see the difference of the fit of the picture but the app really does help


9. YOURE DONE!


YAY YOU you have a pretty lockscreen THAT ACTUALLY FITS 


okay guys I really hoped this help you and you can use all the pictures you actually want to now :) 


please reblog this or like this or whatever just so people can see it cause I know a lot of people have this problem with ios7 


OK LOVE YOU GUYS FOLLOW ME AND OR REBLOG OR LIKE THIS IF THIS HELPED YOU CAUSE HONESTLY I JUST WANT TO KNOW BECAUSE IDK

ok pce and have pretty lock screens 💓

AND DONT FORGET TO REBLOG THIS!!!!!!


*********(by the way im not 100% sure this works on iphone 4’s but im pretty sure it does, if you have an iphone 4 and it worked please let me know ok love u)**********


p.s. reblog this
Zoom Info
nathansus:

OK SO I WANTED TO HELP YOU GUYS SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF HOMESCREENS/LOCKSCREENS NOT FITTING PROPERLY ON IOS7 SO YEAH DYLAN WILL BE OUR HELPER TODAY AND ALL YOU NEED IS ONE FREE SIMPLE APP SO YAY US LETS GET STARTED (the numbers go by the order of the pictures ^^^^ up there 🙈) 



1. GET A PICTURE (bad dylan at best) BUT FIRST



2. EXAMPLE OF IT NOT FITTING 

ITS JUST TOO SMALL OR CUTS PARTS OF THE PICTURE OUT LIKE PICTURE NUMBER 2 THE SOLUTION IS….


3. SQUAREADY

ITS A FREE APP THATS SO SIMPLE AND REALLY GOOD FOR INSTAGRAM FRAMES ( why am I talking in caps )


4. setting the picture 


all you do is press that little button that i circled in red at the bottom YAY for simple and your picture should look like a regular instagram frame but just pushed in the middle if that makes sense 


5. saving the picture


ok well yay basically we are done and all we have to do is save and to do that just click the button I circled at the top right and 


6. saving the picture pt 2


click camera roll 



7. save it at the HIGHEST possible setting

(PNG 2448x2448) TO BE EXACT 



8. set your picture as your lockscreen and or homescreen 

and you should already see that it fits better and sorry I didn’t use a really good picture to see the difference of the fit of the picture but the app really does help


9. YOURE DONE!


YAY YOU you have a pretty lockscreen THAT ACTUALLY FITS 


okay guys I really hoped this help you and you can use all the pictures you actually want to now :) 


please reblog this or like this or whatever just so people can see it cause I know a lot of people have this problem with ios7 


OK LOVE YOU GUYS FOLLOW ME AND OR REBLOG OR LIKE THIS IF THIS HELPED YOU CAUSE HONESTLY I JUST WANT TO KNOW BECAUSE IDK

ok pce and have pretty lock screens 💓

AND DONT FORGET TO REBLOG THIS!!!!!!


*********(by the way im not 100% sure this works on iphone 4’s but im pretty sure it does, if you have an iphone 4 and it worked please let me know ok love u)**********


p.s. reblog this
Zoom Info
nathansus:

OK SO I WANTED TO HELP YOU GUYS SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF HOMESCREENS/LOCKSCREENS NOT FITTING PROPERLY ON IOS7 SO YEAH DYLAN WILL BE OUR HELPER TODAY AND ALL YOU NEED IS ONE FREE SIMPLE APP SO YAY US LETS GET STARTED (the numbers go by the order of the pictures ^^^^ up there 🙈) 



1. GET A PICTURE (bad dylan at best) BUT FIRST



2. EXAMPLE OF IT NOT FITTING 

ITS JUST TOO SMALL OR CUTS PARTS OF THE PICTURE OUT LIKE PICTURE NUMBER 2 THE SOLUTION IS….


3. SQUAREADY

ITS A FREE APP THATS SO SIMPLE AND REALLY GOOD FOR INSTAGRAM FRAMES ( why am I talking in caps )


4. setting the picture 


all you do is press that little button that i circled in red at the bottom YAY for simple and your picture should look like a regular instagram frame but just pushed in the middle if that makes sense 


5. saving the picture


ok well yay basically we are done and all we have to do is save and to do that just click the button I circled at the top right and 


6. saving the picture pt 2


click camera roll 



7. save it at the HIGHEST possible setting

(PNG 2448x2448) TO BE EXACT 



8. set your picture as your lockscreen and or homescreen 

and you should already see that it fits better and sorry I didn’t use a really good picture to see the difference of the fit of the picture but the app really does help


9. YOURE DONE!


YAY YOU you have a pretty lockscreen THAT ACTUALLY FITS 


okay guys I really hoped this help you and you can use all the pictures you actually want to now :) 


please reblog this or like this or whatever just so people can see it cause I know a lot of people have this problem with ios7 


OK LOVE YOU GUYS FOLLOW ME AND OR REBLOG OR LIKE THIS IF THIS HELPED YOU CAUSE HONESTLY I JUST WANT TO KNOW BECAUSE IDK

ok pce and have pretty lock screens 💓

AND DONT FORGET TO REBLOG THIS!!!!!!


*********(by the way im not 100% sure this works on iphone 4’s but im pretty sure it does, if you have an iphone 4 and it worked please let me know ok love u)**********


p.s. reblog this
Zoom Info

nathansus:

OK SO I WANTED TO HELP YOU GUYS SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF HOMESCREENS/LOCKSCREENS NOT FITTING PROPERLY ON IOS7 SO YEAH DYLAN WILL BE OUR HELPER TODAY AND ALL YOU NEED IS ONE FREE SIMPLE APP SO YAY US LETS GET STARTED (the numbers go by the order of the pictures ^^^^ up there 🙈)

1. GET A PICTURE (bad dylan at best) BUT FIRST

2. EXAMPLE OF IT NOT FITTING

ITS JUST TOO SMALL OR CUTS PARTS OF THE PICTURE OUT LIKE PICTURE NUMBER 2 THE SOLUTION IS….


3. SQUAREADY

ITS A FREE APP THATS SO SIMPLE AND REALLY GOOD FOR INSTAGRAM FRAMES ( why am I talking in caps )


4. setting the picture


all you do is press that little button that i circled in red at the bottom YAY for simple and your picture should look like a regular instagram frame but just pushed in the middle if that makes sense


5. saving the picture


ok well yay basically we are done and all we have to do is save and to do that just click the button I circled at the top right and


6. saving the picture pt 2


click camera roll

7. save it at the HIGHEST possible setting

(PNG 2448x2448) TO BE EXACT

8. set your picture as your lockscreen and or homescreen

and you should already see that it fits better and sorry I didn’t use a really good picture to see the difference of the fit of the picture but the app really does help


9. YOURE DONE!


YAY YOU you have a pretty lockscreen THAT ACTUALLY FITS


okay guys I really hoped this help you and you can use all the pictures you actually want to now :)


please reblog this or like this or whatever just so people can see it cause I know a lot of people have this problem with ios7 


OK LOVE YOU GUYS FOLLOW ME AND OR REBLOG OR LIKE THIS IF THIS HELPED YOU CAUSE HONESTLY I JUST WANT TO KNOW BECAUSE IDK

ok pce and have pretty lock screens 💓

AND DONT FORGET TO REBLOG THIS!!!!!! *********(by the way im not 100% sure this works on iphone 4’s but im pretty sure it does, if you have an iphone 4 and it worked please let me know ok love u)********** p.s. reblog this