thank you!! i have now more than 1,700 followers :D you made my day happy (and i really needed it, cause i’m going through a hard time)

studygram:

studygram » study. motivate. inspire.

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scourgefur:

ceevee5:

blvcknvy:

Licia Ronzulli, member of the European Parliament, has been taking her daughter Vittoria to the Parliament sessions for two years now.

Every time this is on my dash, it’s an automatic reblog.

BITCH, TELL ME AGAIN WOMEN CAN’T BE MOTHERS AND WORK AT THE SAME DAMN TIME, I WILL CUT YO ASS

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study-hard-now:

I am mentally unable to study without colors😦

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studygram:

studygram » study. motivate. inspire.

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theperfectionistdiaries:

A lot of you requested an in-depth look at how I set up my planner, so here we go!

What I use:

• Papermate InkJoy pens
• Post-It file tabs
• Avery color-coding labels
• stickers

Individual Pages:

I start by dividing the page in half. One side is for to-dos, the other is for goal tracking and reminders.

On my to-do side, I list any of my timed obligations at the top. Underneath that I put my task list for the day.

On the goal tracking side, I have my water intake, vitamins and exercise goals. I also have reminders for upcoming events or ideas for future projects.

Since inspiration is the biggest part of keeping myself motivated, I include a quote and a daily bible verse as little reminders. I use a daily app for the iPhone to find my favorites.

For my monthly calendar, I include all of my big appointments and different longer term work projects. This is where the Avery labels come in handy. All of my most important tasks are on a color coded sticker, so I can see them right at first glance.

And finally the front of my planner has extra sticky notes, a master chore list, a master to-do list, a general color-coding key and some of my favorite photos!

Remember this is just one of the hundreds of ways to setup a planner! I tweak my approach almost daily. Do what works best for you.

Study hard and stay awesome my friends.

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trilllice:

runwild-love:

I’ve been waiting for this gif set

the way this fucking guy is bouncing you know he believes this so im taking this to heart today

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motivationalstudents:

How I organise my time:

While browsing through time-management blogs, I found posts about what people call a “Chronodex”. Originally, this method was shared by blogger Patrick Ng (check his blog for some beautiful pictures of planners, if you are just as obsessed as I am!) Now I understand most people use a template that they download and print… It’s all very well but I don’t have a printer at home and don’t want to pay to print it at uni, so I draw my own ones. They don’t look as pretty as others, but they are quite useful because I can visualize exactly how I am going to organise my day. 

I just throught I would share these pictures so you can see how I use it: I draw a crcle, and then add chunks of time with general tasks - I usually have a bullet list of things to do written under it, that is more detailed. 

Check the Flickr group for more pictures!

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