Studyblr Resource Post: Tips for Writing Speeches and Talks



Although the title says speeches, you can really use these tips for writing and presenting any sort of oral presentation. Hope they help :))


  1. Research the topic: Duh. This is really basic but very important. If at all possible, try to have a deeper understanding of the topic than needed, you don’t want to be caught out by a difficult question.
  2. Have an introduction: Include your name, the topic you’ll be discussing and why you chose it. Even if you were given the topic, try and say what you found interesting about it (make it seem like it’s not just for a good grade). Personally, I wouldn’t outline any key points in your talk here, you don’t want people to zone out due to an information overload.
  3. The main body of your talk: Try and link the points together with phrases such as: to reinforce the previous idea, similarly, to clarify, in contrast to that, conversely etc. Just try to make it sound cohesive and not like you’re saying whatever pops into your head. I’d say to include a minimum of 3 points, but that can vary depending on what’s required.
  4. Devices: List things as triads (in 3s), this gives a nice rhythm and flow. Use rhetorical questions(!)- this is especially important in speeches and persuasuve writing. You want your audience to really think and examine the information you have given them, not just half-listen to whatever you’re on about.
  5. A brief conclusion: Summary of main points, pretty standard stuff. But you should thank the audience for their time, it just leaves a really good impression and clearly says you’ve finished speaking.


  1. Have confidence: If you don’t think you’re worth listening to, no one else will either! You know this topic like the back of your hand, you’ll do great.
  2. Speak clearly: Kinda to do with confidence. Nice and loud so you can be heard, enunciate (but don’t be too overdramatic lmao-people can go a bit crazy with this one).
  3. Know your notes: Not necessarily off by heart (sometimes I think this just gives you more problems bc if you blank, you’re screwed), but don’t stare at them the whole time. Look down every know and then but don’t have your nose glued to the page!
  4. Practice: Similar to knowing your notes, I wouldn’t recommend learn it off by heart. If something throws you and you lose your train of thought, you’re screwed. Most importantly, you need to practice out loud, and in front of a mirror- if you have one. Again, you’re building confidence and creating a routine so it’s not as daunting when you do the real thing.
  5. Visual aids: Use colours, graphs, images or whatever else to get your point across. Power points are great, but even just a poster works. I put this one last because it’s not necessary but if it’s possible, 100% you should do it because:
    1. Takes the focus off you (great if you’re self-conscious/worried about going up in front of a group to present- this is the main reason I use visuals)
    2. A reminder in case you blank
    3. Stops you rambling/getting distracted and going off topic
    4. Grabs the audience’s attention (why do you think studyblrs often use cute images at the top of posts?- it draws people in!)

Well, I hope that helps out and that you have a few new tricks up your sleeve! Good luck with your presentations/speeches and feel free to message me if there are any bits of this post that don’t make sense or if you have any thoughts/ideas :)))

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Studyblr Resources Post: Annotations & Note-taking


Adapted from a workshop I did at my high school Writing Center. One of my more helpful powerpoints; let me know if you need any clarifications. This is all my original work; please don’t remove the source.

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Studyblr Resource Post: Interviews & Tips to improve your skills


Interviews can be horribly intimidating, but if you prepare well enough, feel confident in yourself, and keep your cool, then you’ll do amazingly! Here are some tips on how to ace interviews in different situations, with some general tips thrown in for fun. Good luck, and hopefully something in here will help you out!

College Interviews


  1. Know plenty about the college you’re applying to. Highlighting a particular attribute you love about the college as well as having a good general knowledge base shows the interviewer that you are sincerely interested and have done your homework.
  2. Be able to describe why you are a good fit for the college. Interviewers want to ensure that you’re a good candidate both in paper and on person, so consider things you’ve done that show character.
  3. Choose a favourite book and be able to talk about it. College interviewers love to ask, so think about the impression you want to give beforehand and consider it carefully.
  4. Have a question about the college that the website doesn’t answer. It shows your preparedness, and gives you a way to continue the conversation and demonstrate your interest in the interviewer’s perspective!
  5. Bring a copy of your academic resume. Interviewers will see you as more prepared, have a concrete reference for their write-up, and have talking points during the interview for anything interesting that’s on there.


  1. Collegeboard Big Future
  2. Princeton Review Tips
  3. CBS 13 College Interview Questions 
  4. Emma Willard Advice & Sample Questions
  5. 13 Tips for Skype Interviews
  6. College Interviews: The Basics

Scholarship Interviews


  1. Be able to tell the interviewer why you deserve the scholarship. Don’t simply rattle off your achievements, but rather present yourself as the student most aligned with the scholarship’s mission and the most ready to succeed.
  2. Make sure to link your accomplishments to the scholarship’s mission statement. Scholarship providers often have pillars (like philanthropy, promoting the community, etc.) which you should uphold.
  3. Don’t be afraid to take a moment to think about oddball questions. It’s better to give a well-developed and thought out response to which vegetable you’d be than bumble through it simply because it was unexpected!
  4. Know your application essays well. I’ve been asked to elaborate on my community service plans and why I chose to do band because of my essays, so knowing the topics well will undoubtedly help you out and show passion.


  1. BYU Sample Scholarship Questions
  2. EIU Sample Questions & Tips
  3. 10 Common Scholarship Interview Questions
  4. Vanderbilt Interview Tips
  5. 5 Tips for successful scholarship interviews

Job Interviews


  1. Make it seem like the company needs you. When asked why you want the job, address how the company will benefit from employing you, and not how you will benefit as a person.
  2. Bring materials. Have letters of recommendation, a resume, and your portfolio (if applicable) on hand. Make sure to have multiple copies in case there are multiple interviewers.
  3. Research the employer. Know the company history, its mission, recent events, and the values/vision it advertises. Tailor your presentation of yourself to match those ideals.
  4. Determine your greatest strength and weakness. You will likely be asked this question, so be able to give an example, demonstrate how you have overcome your weakness, and how you have used your strength.


  1. What to Wear to Your Interview
  2. Interview Tips from @elkstudies
  3. Group Interview Tips
  4. How to be Good at Interviews by @marias-studyblr
  5. Telephone Interview Tips
  6. Jobs & Careers by @study-well

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Studyblr Tips: How to write an Essay

Hi! I’ve just finished transfer applications, so I have a few tips that I picked up during the process.

  • Start early! I’m talking a month at least.
  • Your rough draft should be rough. Don’t be afraid that it will suck, because it will – just start writing.
  • I probably wrote 15 different versions of each essay I turned in. Don’t be afraid to change directions if one just isn’t working out!
  • Make a list of values that are most important to you, and then show them those values. Do you love to help others? Tell them about a time that you reached out to someone and made a difference.
  • Write a different essay for each school, or at least tweak the same essay a little for each school.
  • Read the school’s website. What do they talk a lot about? What seems to be important qualities in students? Show them that you’d be a good fit.
  • Why should they let you into their school? What will you do to bring them some recognition in the future?
  • Why do you want to attend that school? How will it help you achieve your goals? Be specific.
  • Show them that you’ve done your research,
  • Don’t be afraid to talk yourself up! Brag a bit, just don’t sound like a jerk.
  • Don’t try to sound too intellectual. There’s this episode of Friends where Joey is writing and uses a thesaurus for every word and ends up signing it “baby kangaroo tribiani”. Bottom line? Admissions officers can tell when you’re sucking up. Use strong words, but not words you would never use in real life.
  • Make your essay stand out. Add in a good hook, and some interesting stories if you can.
  • Proofread and have multiple other people proofread. It’s worth it.
  • Free writing is a lifesaver for brainstorming

Good luck!
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Studyblr Masterpost: Bullet Journals


→ i get asked very often about bullet journals, so i put together a masterpost; happy journalling..!! —tia ♪
[+++] more masterposts | all | studygram



inspiration tags:





types: daily | weekly | monthly | yearly
* denotes i use it myself

“how-to” → types of pages

spread examples:


handwriting & calligraphy:






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8 Tips to Stop Procrastinating

8 Tips to Stop Procrastinating:


1. Put yourself in jail. If I feel pressure to jump in and finish something in a rush, and therefore can’t bear to start, sometimes I put myself in jail. If you’re in jail, you have all the time in the world. You have no reason to hurry, no reason to cut corners or to try to do too many things at once. You can slow down, concentrate. You can take the time to get every single detail right.

2. Ask for help. This is one of my most useful Secrets of Adulthood. Why is this so hard? I have no idea. But whenever I have trouble getting started because I don’t know exactly what to do, and I ask for help, I’m amazed at how much it…helps.

3. Remember: most decisions don’t require extensive research. I often get paralyzed by my inability to make a decision, but by reminding myself that often, one choice just isn’t that much different from another choice, I can get started. Also, I try to identify a knowledgeable person, and just follow whatever that person does.

4. Take a baby step. If you feel yourself dismayed at the prospect of the chain of awful tasks that you have to accomplish, just take one step today. Tomorrow, take the next step. The forward motion is encouraging, and before long, you’ll probably find yourself speeding toward completion. In the same vein…

5. Suffer for 15 minutes. You can do anything for fifteen minutes, and fifteen minutes, day after day, adds up surprisingly fast. That’s how I finally dug myself out of my crushing (if virtual) load of digital photos. Fifteen minutes at a time.

6. Do it first thing in the morning. The night before, vow to yourself to do the dreaded task. Get everything ready — any phone numbers of information you need, files assembled, everything ready to go. And the next day, at the first possible moment – as soon as you walk into work, or when the office opens, or whenever – just do it. Don’t allow yourself to reflect or procrastinate. This is particularly true of exercise. If you think you’ll be tempted to skip, try to work out in the morning.

7. Protect yourself from interruption. How often have you finally steeled yourself to start some difficult project, only to be interrupted the minute you get going? This makes a hard task much harder. Carve out some time to work.

8. Remember, work can be one of the most pernicious forms of procrastination. Don’t kid yourself.
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8 Tips for Feeling Happier During an Unhappy Time.

8 Tips for Feeling Happier During an Unhappy Time.:

Some excerpts:

1. Remind yourself of reasons to be grateful. When things look really dark, it’s hard to feel grateful, but remembering what’s good in your life can help put problems into perspective. I have a friend who recently suffered a big disappointment at work. She said to me, “As long as my family is healthy, I can’t get too upset about anything.” This may sound like hackneyed advice, but it’s really true.

2. Remember your body. Take a twenty-minute walk outside to boost your energy and dissolve stress. Don’t let yourself get too hungry. Get enough sleep. Manage pain. When you’re anxious, it’s easy to stay up late and eat ice cream — and that’s going to make you feel worse in the long run. It’s very tempting to run yourself ragged trying to deal with a crisis, but in the long run, you just wear yourself out.

3. Do something fun. Temporarily distract yourself from the stress, and re-charge your battery, with an enjoyable activity. Watching a funny movie is a reliable way to give yourself a pleasant break, and listening to your favorite music is one of the quickest ways to change your mood. When my older daughter was in the intensive-care unit as a newborn, my husband dragged me off to a movie one afternoon — and that few hours of distraction made me much better able to cope with the situation. Be careful, however, not to “treat” yourself by doing something that’s eventually going to make you feel worse (taking up smoking again, drinking too much, indulging in retail therapy). My comfort-food activity is reading children’s literature.

4. Take action. If you’re in a bad situation, take steps to bring about change. If you’re having trouble with your new boss, you could decide to try to transfer. Or you could change your behavior. Or you could find ways to pay less attention to your boss. Ask yourself, “What exactly is the problem?” It’s astounding to me that often, when I take time to identify a problem exactly, a possible solution presents itself.

5. Look for meaning. Re-frame an event to see the positive along with the negative. Maybe getting fired will give you the push you need to move to the city where you’ve always wanted to live. Maybe your illness has strengthened your relationships with your family. You don’t need to be thankful that something bad has happened, but you can try to find positive consequences even in a catastrophic event.

6. Connect with friends and family. Strong relationships are a KEY to happiness, so fight the impulse to isolate yourself. Show up. Make plans. Ask for help, offer your help to others. Or just have some fun (see #3) and forget your troubles for a while.

7. Make something better. If something in your life has gotten worse, try to make something else better – and it doesn’t have to be something important. Clean a closet. Organize your photographs. Work in the yard.

8. Act toward other people the way you wish they’d act toward you. If you wish your friends would help you find someone to date, see if you can fix up a friend. If you wish people would help you find a job, see if you can help someone else find a job. If you can’t think of a way to help someone you know, do something generous in a more impersonal way. For instance: commit to being an organ donor! When you’re feeling very low, it can be hard to muster the energy to help someone else, but you’ll be amazed at how much better you feel. Do good, feel good; it really works.
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Studyblr Post: Dealing with distractions

WAYS TO STUDY – Study tips, Blog , Vlog, Articles, And more…:

    1. My first tip is to turn off your phone when you are working. Another thing you can do is turn on plane mode on your phone. That way, you can easily get access to your social media during a study break, without having to turn your device off and on the whole time.


    1. Another thing you can do when your friends/loved one keeps messaging you when you should be studying is just tell them that you need to work on school and that you will speak to them in a couple of hours. If they care about you, they know your education is important for your future and give you the space to work. You know you won’t get any messages during those hours so you can’t get distracted by your phone.


    1. This is going to sound very childish but if you have no self control at all, ask someone (a parent or sibling or roommate) to hide your phone until you are done with doing your school work. It can be a little bit hard sometimes but you’ll notice that there aren’t a lot of excuses you can use to get your phone back before you are finished.


    1. Let’s take a look at this from another perspective: why are we so addicted to social media ? Our brains get a positive (prikkel) every time we get a like or a message. It simply gives us a good feeling without having to work hard for it. However, do you feel happy at the end of the day when you know you spent your whole day on social media scrolling through Facebook and Instagram, knowing that there’s nothing new going on? I don’t. (Sterker nog), I feel guilty because I wasted my day with something that doesn’t make me happy. What does make me happy? Going to bed knowing I did everything I could, knowing that my day was productive and knowing I am one step closer to my goal. In other words, I have to get things done (school, exercise, take care of myself) to get a happy feeling at the end of the day. Think about this the next time you are tempted to grab your phone when you are studying.


    1. One thing that I like to keep in mind during studying is “if it’s that important, they’ll call me”. I turn off my wifi and internet so I don’t have any access to social media but if people need to tell something important they can by calling me. Now I do have to say, I never get called by people which means that whatever is going on on social media, whatever someone texts me is not that important.


    1. **My last tip is to go to social media and look at the things that are posted in a critical way. What do you see? Someone posting something funny, an article from a magazine, a selfie, a picture of someone’s kid, photos of someone’s amazing party. Now ask yourself? Are you really interested in these things? Does this make you happy? And most importantly, is this worth your time? Because of this I stopped using Facebook and my personal Twitter and Instagram, simply because they didn’t add anything to my life, they didn’t make my happy and I felt like I was scrolling through the same kind of posts/photos every day.


  1. My last tip for you is to delete apps you can live without on your phone and only check them on another device. Now I do have to say, this only works when you are not addicted to that other device. For me that is my laptop. I don’t feel any need to turn on my laptop to check social media, which is the reason why I deleted my Facebook from my phone and now I only check it on my laptop (which is, in case you were wondering, less than once a week).

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This Is How To Be Productive: 5 New Secrets Proven By Research

This post isn’t mine and first appeared on Barking Up The Wrong Tree. Some key points from the post:

Sum Up

Here’s how to be productive:

  • Prioritize: Use “fixed schedule productivity.” You won’t get everything done. You will get the rightthings done.
  • Context: Distractions make you stupid. Find a place to hide or work from home in the morning.
  • Habits: Use the “20 second rule” to make bad habits hard to engage in. Follow a plan.
  • Stakes: For dull tasks, reward yourself. For complex tasks, ask why they are important to find purpose.
  • Mood: Manage your mood, especially in the morning. Oh, and puppies, puppies, puppies.
  • *Establish a good morning ritual

Problem 1: Priorities

  • Be realistic and do the right things. Ask yourself, what is important and really needs to be done?
  • Apply the 80/20 rule. You get 80% of the results from 20% of the things you do
  • This is where ‘good’ procrastination may help:put off unimportant things in order to get important things done
  • Relative importance: Is xyz the most important thing you have to do relative to others on your list?
  • Solution: plan backwards. Say you are going to leave at 5:30 and then schedule your day from there. This is known as“fixed schedule productivity.”

There are three variants of procrastination, depending on what you do instead of working on something: you could work on (a) nothing, (b) something less important, or © something more important. That last type, I’d argue, is good procrastination.


Problem 2: Context

  • Open-plan offices are a disaster from a productivity standpoint.

…top performers overwhelmingly worked for companies that gave their workers the most privacy, personal space, control over their physical environments, and freedom from interruption.


Find a place to hide. Book a meeting room where you can get work done or work on things before coming into the office

Problem 3: Habits

  • The problem here? Your brain:

The Prefrontal Cortex: The only one thinking about long-term goals like, “We need to prepare that report for work.”
The Dorsal Striatum: This guy is always voting to do what you’ve done in the past, like, “When it’s time to work we usually start by checking email 9 times, then Facebook, and then Instagram.”
The Nucleus Accumbens: The party animal of the three. “Email, Facebook and Instagram are fun. Work sucks.”

But when you exert effort, the prefrontal cortex can override the other two and do the right thing. Repeat this enough times and you rewire the dorsal striatum: “We usually start reports quickly. I vote we do that again.

  • First, identify the bad habit. Next, make it a pain in the ass to do. Go by the 20 second rule – delay that bad habit by 20 seconds
  • Spend your time on planned activities. Start by using a checklist

Problem 4: Stakes

  • No pressing reason to work on them today
  • We need an incentive to keep practicing. Or, even better: a penalty if you don’t practice.
  • Rewards are important: For dull or simple tasks, offering yourself a reward (or having someone else offer you a reward) is pretty effective.But when it comes to complex or creative tasks, they’re not optimal.

Researchers find that perceived self-interest, the rewards one believes are at stake, is the most significant factor in predicting dedication and satisfaction toward work. It accounts for about 75 percent of personal motivation toward accomplishment.


  • For complex tasks go deep and emotional, find the meaning in your task. Ask yourself why is what you’re doing important. When we don’t have meaning or purpose, there’s no motivation too

Problem 5: Mood

  • Being a good mood or feeling that you can improve how you feel can make you more productive. Your mood in the morning affects how productive you are for the rest of the day
  • Do something quick to make yourself happy.

Take a moment to look at puppy pictures on the internet. (If this doesn’t make you happier, you probably have much bigger problems.)

Crazy as it sounds, looking at puppies has been shown to increase performance, as well as reduce stress — which Alex the neuroscientist said can help your prefrontal cortex take control and get you back on track.

Key: Establish a good morning ritual

  • Good morning ritual gives you time to prioritise
    before you reach your office
  • Do some work from home or find a quiet space at
  • Think about your usual bad habits and apply the
    20-second rule
  • How you start your morning and the mood you are
    in (think positive!) is important and sets the tone for your day’s productivity
  • Note: don’t check your email immediately when
    you enter the office (if you can!)

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Health tips – Tumblr post



Small tips that make a
(healthier) difference

Hey you! I dare you to try your
best to follow this checklist tomorrow! But hey! Not so fast. Why not try it
again the next day (and every day after that)? Sometimes it’s the smaller
changes that can in fact help improve our health and wellbeing, especially when
we think we’re short of time. School stressing you out? Everything is going to
be ok. Try a few little things here. Tick everything off that you completed! Tell
me how it goes for you!

This was a spontaneous post and I’ve found that I’ve been making errors in my posts recently! Plz correct me bc I am an egg. Hope u like it anyway.



  • Wake up as soon as you do
    naturally or when your alarm goes off. Make your bed! Open the blinds!
  • Get out of bed and s t r e t c h
    – all the way from the very tips of your fingers to the tips of your toes.
    (Trust me, this feels good)
  • Set your intention for the day.
    This might be weird for some, but try it. Example: Today I will be productive. I will be focused on my tasks and I will
    take the time to relax when needed.
    It doesn’t have to be as complicated –
    Example 2: I can do this. Remind
    yourself again.
  • Eat breakfast. A MUST. Try my
    favourite: eggs (poached, scrambled or fried) on toast with avocado or baked
    beans. Yes. We are on a roll today.
  • Drink one full glass of water
    within the hour of waking (don’t down it all in one go though!).

    • Add 1/8 of a lemon to this. Lemon
      is great to alkalise the body and getting that digestive system of yours goin!
      This will flush out toxins in the body and support your immune system too!

      • Side note: Wait half an hour
        before brushing your teeth after this (or maybe do it before) because lemons
        are acidic after all and can probably do some damage to your shiny whites.
  • Try having a water bottle by your
    bedside and beside you throughout the day as a constant reminder to drink water
    as you see it. Trust me, this has helped improve my water intake a lot.
  • Organise your day. What are your
    plans? What are of priority and what are not? Try brain dumping this, and then
    organising each task/item into a list, categorised in importance. This will
    help decrease stress throughout the day and easy referral back to this list.
  • Dress in some lovely clothes!
    Your fave sweater and some cool black tights? 100%!! What about that pretty
    skirt you like with a nice top? HECK YEAH!!!


  • Lunchtime! Eat again. Wholesome
    foods are an absolute must whenever you can.
  • Aim for 3-4 cups of water by
    lunchtime (inclusive of the glass of lemon water you had this morning).
  • Remember that intention you set
    this morning? Say it again.
  • Throw a compliment at someone. Be
    genuine. This will have a butterfly effect. If someone throws one at you to –
    don’t disagree! Say thank you. You rock, don’t doubt that.
  • Are there any ticks beside those
    tasks on your checklist from this morning? I hope so!
  • Throw in a random burst of
    exercise! In public too – who cares! Pick one of these: 50 starjumps! 3 sets of
    10 squats! A quick walk around outdoors!

Arvo (/Afternoon… Straya):

  • Hit that 3pm slump? Same. Here
    are a few ideas to get you going, especially coming home from a long day:

    • NAP! 15-20 mins. No longer. No
      less. Be strict here or your sleep pattern might go funny and we don’t want
      that. (And groggy headaches are gross)
    • Exercise! This is so fundamental
      to our health and wellbeing. Try out short pilates videos (no equipment) here (that as living proof, work) or some really cool yoga videos here, here, and here. Yoga is great. Try this
      daily. Or take a brisk walk for 30
      minutes  = wake up your brain, pick up
      your mood AND burn some fat. C’mon, go get your shoes!
    • Have a healthy snack, such as
      those listed in this great post by @tbhstudying. Get your brain and bod going,
      my friends!
  • Write down your to do list for
    any work, study or event related things that you need to complete this
    afternoon. Set out all your equipment, sort out your papers from the day and
    get organised!
  • Clear your
    (bedroom/bed/desk/floor/work/closet) space for 5 minutes every day. I’m
    guessing that you’ve started to pile a few things here like I do. This will
    save you time and help maintain cleanliness, staving away from the complicated
    stress that comes from having to reorganise just about everything which we all
    know to hate when we’re busy with other things.
  • Have you had your 5th and 6th cups of water of the day yet? Get to it!
  • Sit up straighter and you’ll look
    more confident and feel more confident. Your back will also be very grateful
    for this.


  • Continue all your extra to-dos.
    Get this done. You can do it!
  • Make sure to put something in
    your body guys. I’m talking food here by the way… don’t let that sentence
    mislead you! This is especially important for those of you probably thinking “I’ll just eat later” or “I’m not hungry”.  Eat. EAT NOW. PleASE.
  • Spend some quality time with your
    family. How’s their day been? Tell them about yours too.
  • Glasses of water No. 7, 8 and
    beyond should be here.
  • Prep your meals, lists, notes,
    outfits, etc. for the next day. Getting these things sorted now will help you
    get it out of the way and save you time!
  • Settle down a little. It’s time
    to wiiiind doooooooownnn. Read a book. Scroll through Tumblr (aaayeee!) – but
    not too deep into the pits okay guys. Watch a little TV.
  • I know a lot of posts say to
    switch off 1-2 hours before bed. If you’re literally glued to your electronics,
    try switching off 5 minutes earlier every day and replace that with something
    else. What about doing your prep items for the next day (listed two points
    back!!)? Or, do get those pesky chores out the way.

    • Side note: Cleaning your room
      often will help freshen it, get rid of itchy dust and decrease the chances of
      bugs and other smol random things to crawl around your room. (If that’s not a
      little motivation then I’m not sure what is…). It’ll also keep your space
      maintained so you don’t have to do it all at once. *Shudders* Plus the
      likelihood of those gross germs from the world hanging around and building up
      in there is a no-no.
  • Sleep! 7-8 hours. Your body will
    thank you for it. CRUCIAL for healthy brain and body function. Plus your mood
    and skin will improve (i.e. gOODBYE EYEBAGS and hELLO GLOWING SKIN).

    • Side note: I see you reading this
      at 12am when you should be sleeping. I see you.

I hope this has helped you guys a little or at
least inspired you to make a small change to your daily routine! Try doing a
few items here (e.g. glass of lemon water, sitting up straighter, 8+ cups of
water) and record this on a habit tracker! The smallest changes often have the
greatest effects!

Don’t forget to let me know how you go.

Kalyisah (@studywithkal)