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15.05.17
two new spreads for the next couple of weeks ⭐️ 

feeling SUPER positive today!! hope you are too 🌞

Tips for a Productive Summer [Tumblr Post]

Hey! I have a break coming up too so I’ll list some things that I’ll be doing during the holiday and then some other random ideas:

  • clear out my desk – I’ll usually do this properly every holiday. I’ll tidy up all my drawers, organise used/unused stationery, collect things that can be stored. I’ll go through my pens/highlighters/etc and throw out ones that don’t work. I’ll make a note of things I need to replace for the new semester too. I will recycle any bits of paper I don’t need any more as well.
  • organise my computer – I’ve become a bit of a clean freak with my laptop and like everything to be filed, in place, or deleted if unnecessary. I’ll clear my desktop. Refile or rename documents that are randomly placed. Things I definitely don’t need I’ll either trash or put onto an external hard drive. I also will go through my history, clear that and any additional caches/cookies/web data that doesn’t need to be there. Another one is going through all your emails, social media, etc and deleting or unsubscribing from things you are no longer interested.
  • back up my (old) computer – this is on my list because I recently got a new laptop. I’m planning to back up all my files from my other laptop and transfer anything I need to my new one. I’m going to make some note of all my login information, etc. I’ll make sure to back up my phone too.
  • sort out my bedroom – I’m in the process of designing how I want my bedroom to look so that something I’ll be sorting. Whilst this happens, I’ll be going through all my drawers, boxes, magazines, etc. I really need to just part with things I’m never going to use. I’m a bit of a sentimental hoarder with things so I need to be ruthless :’-)
  • clear my wardrobe – since I’m redoing my wardrobe too I’ll be going through that. Probably just donate some of the things I never wear or don’t want any more. I’m planning on doing an eBay sale of some unworn/unused things! Otherwise, I’ll donate them!
  • work on my hobbies – blogging is my hobby so I’m planning to do that. Hopefully getting my YouTube up and running (if I tell enough people, I’ll be forced to do it and get over my nervousness haha!). You could spend the holidays doing something you enjoy, or learning a skill.
  • prepare for the next school term/year – obviously holidays are the perfect time to organise the previous term and get organised to start again. Go through your files/stationery/etc, make a list of what you need! It’s best to make a list that you can add to and cross off once you’ve purchased it. It will also prompt you to get things before it’s too late. For each semester, I’d type out my timetable and place it in my notebook. I’d print binder covers for each of my subjects. Next term, I’m going to do a semester outline as @bookishandbright did, as seen here. It will show my weekly readings, when things are due, reminders, etc. I’m debating whether to print and bind all my readings at my local Officeworks so I don’t have to print them myself each week.
  • find out a planning method that works for you – this is probably a good time to switch between planning/organisation methods if you’re not happy with your current one. You can test out bullet journaling for a few weeks, using a time planner for a week or a digital calendar/bullet journal. You can see which one holds you most accountable and improves your efficiency.
  • boost your resume – see if you can volunteer somewhere, work with your parents for a little bit, get a part time job at the local store, or work experience/internship in a field you’d enjoy. This obviously isn’t necessary – especially if you’re very young – but if the opportunity arises, it’s a great place to start!
  • read something – this could be a book that you’d have your eye on, the next one in a series you’ve read, or just something that might help in another way. I recently read ‘13 Reasons Why’ and enjoyed it! I’m thinking of reading either ‘It’ or ‘Before I Fall’ over the holiday. I was given the career code by Katherine Power/Hilary Kerr for Christmas since I was interning for their company but in Australia and thought it would be really interesting. My dad has recommended ‘Getting Things Done’ by David Allen for years so I’ll maybe read that too.
  • relax – the biggest thing to do in the summer!!! You’re allowed to have days where you sit around and do nothing. That is what holidays are for, right? Take time to do things you don’t always get round to when school is on. Catch up with some friends. Go to the movies. Spend the day exploring somewhere new. Start and binge a series (I can recommend loads if you want!). 

Hope you have a fun, but productive, summer!! x

Music for Studying [Masterpost; Tumblr]

dotgrids:

hey! so i had an anon or two ask me about music for studying, and i was inspired to be extra as usual, and make a masterpost. If the authors of playlists are not stated, their urls

CLASSICAL
these recs by @prcserpina
flourishment and spatial by @areistotle
concentrate
focus
everything classic
vellichor
epic classical by @spotify
an intro to classical music by @violaboss
a mostly instrumental mp by @studyaim 
classic rain by @mssyblr
keep it classycal
late morning studying
sit down and revise
wdym you dont like classical?
this mp by @littleant-studies

INDIE
finals
with two sugars, please
study
mostly indie by me
feel good indie rock by @spotify
peaceful indie ambient by @spotify
record shop by @filtr
ultimate indie by @spotify
so we drift
songs i never skip
indie kids
essential indie

INTERNATIONAL
this int’l mp by @passionatepolyglot
this french music mp by @studyplants
german music mp by @languagebean
je vole by @flowerylatin
this icelandic and french playlist
french studying playlist
una palabra
multiple ways (portuguese and spanish)
la vita italiana
liberi

CALMING
this super cute masterpost by  @post–grad
in the hogwarts library
find beauty by me
panic attack by me
jolie by @studyplants (this was made for me and is adorable and the best gift i have ever ever ever received it is my favorite playlist pls listen)
late night reading by @spotify
soothing
something new (victuri!!)
pretty sad songs to make me feel happy
fragmentary self
misty mornings;
serenity.
duvets and heartbeats;;
endless immensity

FOCUS
7 spotify playlists for focus~
study by @studyplants
deep focus by @spotify
superior study playlist by @areistotle
yours, vincent: a mix inspired by van gogh
a walk with virginia woolf
creativity boost by @spotify
focus by me
nonstop studying by highschoolering
intense thoughts 
ambient focus

WHITE NOISE
coffitivity
mynoise <3
noisli
rainymood
soundrown
terraform by @intellectus
this mp by @missveils

SOUNDTRACKS
theory of everything
harry potter (all) (youtube: x) (spotify: x)
lord of the rings
yuri!!! on ice
game of thrones (szn 1-5)
amelie
pride and prejudice
downton abbey

ACOUSTIC
my playlist on spotify
acoustic by @studyplants
ultimate singer songwriter by @filtr
winter acoustics by @spotify
rainy days
the love letter you never sent
cuddles and studies
at night the city breathes
tree lungs
it was another planet

MY MASTERPOSTS
learn japanese with me
anxiety advice

And so here it is, fam! I hope this helped you guys tune into your inner Hermione! (pun intended)

Love,
Jolie

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Work Smarter, Not Harder: study tips psychology taught me

wherefunsurvives:

  • study in shorter intervals and take breaks (ie, 40 minutes studying and 20 minutes break)
  • during your break don’t watch tv or surf the internet. get outside if you can and go for a walk. or at least listen to some instrumental music and walk around your hall. or meditate or do some art. anything that doesn’t require super directed attention. this allows your attention to be replenished. it’s like a muscle and you gotta give it time to rest. tv doesn’t allow for that.
  • relate the information to yourself and your life. creating visual images will improve your memory.
  • when studying, take notes by hand and put them in your own words. generating material yourself will encode the material better in your brain, and you’ll remember it better
  • don’t just reread, rehearse! quiz yourself on the materials. if you use a visual image “memory palace” technique, walk yourself through it. you’re likely to remember information you’ve tested yourself on better.
  • organizing information into groups that make sense create more connections in your brain and allow you to remember things better. the more meaningful connections you make, the better.
  • make sure the last thing you do before bed is study. no phone, no netflix. your brain will process what you’ve just done while you sleep and this improve recall.

(feel free to add any!)

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Picture post: handwritten stories on cloudy february weekends ☁️

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handwritten stories on cloudy february weekends ☁️

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Studyblr resources: Phone Calendar wallpapers

emmastudies:

May calendar phone wallpapers

Firstly, I am sorry it has taken me a few days to sort these out! I’m so excited to finally be making these phone wallpapers – now I’ve purchased my new laptop it is a million times easier to create these!

I’ve made these designs to match my desktop wallpaper backgrounds! If you’re like me, you’ll want everything to match! You can download them here and here.

I created versions starting on Monday and Sunday so you can pick the one you usually more often!

To download:

mobile: simply hold down on the image you would like, press ‘save image’, head to your settings, change wallpaper and select it from your photos.

laptop: right click, save image, add image to a phone folder that syncs from your laptop to phone.

Disclaimer: This background is for personal use only. The fonts used are not distributed via these downloads nor do I take credit for their creation. You will not have access to use them from any of these files. They must be downloaded yourself. You can find the month header here.

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Studyblr Resource: Improve your handwriting cheatsheets!

emmastudies:

If you’ve followed me for a while you might have seen my post a few weeks ago about improving your handwriting. In that post I explained that tracing a printed page with a mixture of words is fantastic for adapting your writing. I have managed to upload them to Google Drive for you to download.

As a disclaimer, I do not own either of the fonts I have used and am not distributing the fonts – but merely a PDF using them. You are unable to edit or download the font from that document but can download them via dafont.com. I hope they’re useful!

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