Study for yourself
by Caroline

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Update
Friday July 25, 2014

Today I’m going back to New York City because we are flying to Miami tomorrow.

You can send me messages but I can’t answer them until Monday (4th August) or if they are “easy” I can answer them directly.

Caroline


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Cute pens and backgrounds make summer assignments bearable

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Apps for taking notes on an iPad
Friday July 25, 2014

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Hello everyone!

I started putting together a short list of some apps you can use to take notes on an iPad (or any tablet they are available on).

I am still in the process of updating it, but here is the link to what I have so far: http://study-hack.com/appsfornotes

This is obviously not a full list of every single app I know, so if you have something in mind, message me or comment below and I will most definitely add it! I would really appreciate it :)

Thanks,

Kat

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theperfectionistdiaries:

Hey lovelies! So a few of you requested a what’s in my bag post and here it is.
I have: • my planner • my lab notebook  • a folder filled with current literature • color-coding stickers • iPhone 5 charger and headphones  • two sets of keys (home/lab) • my homemade mini-mergency kit • a Fossil brand pen pouch • a smaller Fossil pouch with feminine necessities • my favorite Fossil wallet • Nivea hand cream  • Victoria by Victorias Secret body spray • the cutest cat shaped highlighters and one full size
I carry it all in my current bag by Steve Madden. This is just what I carry on an average work/school day.
Show me what you carry and send me suggestions! Love y’all :)

theperfectionistdiaries:

Hey lovelies! So a few of you requested a what’s in my bag post and here it is.

I have:
• my planner
• my lab notebook
• a folder filled with current literature
• color-coding stickers
• iPhone 5 charger and headphones
• two sets of keys (home/lab)
• my homemade mini-mergency kit
• a Fossil brand pen pouch
• a smaller Fossil pouch with feminine necessities
• my favorite Fossil wallet
• Nivea hand cream
• Victoria by Victorias Secret body spray
• the cutest cat shaped highlighters and one full size

I carry it all in my current bag by Steve Madden. This is just what I carry on an average work/school day.

Show me what you carry and send me suggestions! Love y’all :)

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journaling-junkie:

Working on research papers at any time can be a tedious process. It’s so easy to become distracted by anything and everything around you. Here are a few tips that have helped me with a more efficient study/writing session: 

1) Clear your mind.  Turn off your cell phone. Keep away from the internet. Anything that diverts your attention will only slow you down. Of course, if part of your research requires a browser, then just make sure you hold yourself accountable and go directly to the sites you need. If you have an urge to blog, don’t give in! 

2) Get a snack and something to drink. An empty stomach is an uncooperative stomach. Restlessness is sure to set in if you don’t listen to your body’s needs. Research shows that if you have eaten citrus fruits like oranges, that you will focus better. Even chewing a citrus-flavored gum will do the trick!The Vitamin C is always a welcome energy boost and stimulates your senses. Drink healthy liquids like Green Tea for an added calming effect. 

3) Listen to music. Some aren’t able to concentrate properly with tunes playing in the background, so keeping your music nice and light will be more pleasurable. Listen to instrumental music like a soft classical piano solo. Your brain will thank you in the long run. 

4) Hit the books. Once you’ve set the mood, it’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty. Take out the books and materials you need to get started. Read over the rules your professor has set for you and your class. If you spend at least 5 minutes preparing yourself and thinking about what you are going to write, you will be able to coax yourself into getting started. Also, reading an assigned or leisure novel for 15-20 minutes will help you become inspired. 

5) Brainstorm. Open that blank Microsoft Word page and construct an outline for your research paper. Include any possible options for a  thesis. Allow yourself to concoct ideas and ask questions. Make web charts or jot down a few notes if you are a more visually-oriented person.

6) Sit down and write! Don’t put it off any longer. Procrastination will haunt you right up until the deadline for your research paper or novel. Remember, you made a promise. It’s up to you as a a student, a freelance writer, to complete your mission. Be professional and start writing! 

Take deep breaths and relax during your study sessions. The key to all good writing is optimism. You can do it! 

Good luck writing! 


Sincerely, 

Amanda J. Bruns

journaling-junkie:

Working on research papers at any time can be a tedious process. It’s so easy to become distracted by anything and everything around you. Here are a few tips that have helped me with a more efficient study/writing session:

1) Clear your mind. Turn off your cell phone. Keep away from the internet. Anything that diverts your attention will only slow you down. Of course, if part of your research requires a browser, then just make sure you hold yourself accountable and go directly to the sites you need. If you have an urge to blog, don’t give in!

2) Get a snack and something to drink. An empty stomach is an uncooperative stomach. Restlessness is sure to set in if you don’t listen to your body’s needs. Research shows that if you have eaten citrus fruits like oranges, that you will focus better. Even chewing a citrus-flavored gum will do the trick!The Vitamin C is always a welcome energy boost and stimulates your senses. Drink healthy liquids like Green Tea for an added calming effect.

3) Listen to music. Some aren’t able to concentrate properly with tunes playing in the background, so keeping your music nice and light will be more pleasurable. Listen to instrumental music like a soft classical piano solo. Your brain will thank you in the long run.

4) Hit the books. Once you’ve set the mood, it’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty. Take out the books and materials you need to get started. Read over the rules your professor has set for you and your class. If you spend at least 5 minutes preparing yourself and thinking about what you are going to write, you will be able to coax yourself into getting started. Also, reading an assigned or leisure novel for 15-20 minutes will help you become inspired.

5) Brainstorm. Open that blank Microsoft Word page and construct an outline for your research paper. Include any possible options for a thesis. Allow yourself to concoct ideas and ask questions. Make web charts or jot down a few notes if you are a more visually-oriented person.

6) Sit down and write! Don’t put it off any longer. Procrastination will haunt you right up until the deadline for your research paper or novel. Remember, you made a promise. It’s up to you as a a student, a freelance writer, to complete your mission. Be professional and start writing!

Take deep breaths and relax during your study sessions. The key to all good writing is optimism. You can do it!

Good luck writing!


Sincerely,

Amanda J. Bruns

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Sunday▪July 20th

Today was FANTASTIC! 

For the first time since the first week of May I was able to study. I took my anxiety pill, ate, & then took my ADD medicine by 10 this morning. 

And I felt WONDERFUL! I was very worried that the ADD pill would trick my body into thinking it was anxious & that would cause me actual anxiety & possibly a panic attack. But it didn’t. I had zero problems all day. And I actually started [very slowly] studying some! I worked on logic review & off for about 4-5 hours.
I plan on doing it again tomorrow & I cannot be more happy! 💛

-B.

studyingblonde:

Sunday▪July 20th

Today was FANTASTIC!

For the first time since the first week of May I was able to study. I took my anxiety pill, ate, & then took my ADD medicine by 10 this morning.

And I felt WONDERFUL! I was very worried that the ADD pill would trick my body into thinking it was anxious & that would cause me actual anxiety & possibly a panic attack. But it didn’t. I had zero problems all day. And I actually started [very slowly] studying some! I worked on logic review & off for about 4-5 hours.
I plan on doing it again tomorrow & I cannot be more happy! 💛

-B.

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