We walk through these doors as interns, chips on our shoulders, learners, lesser rock stars on the verge of greatness. We’re thrown into the deep end together, told to save lives together,to save each other. We become family. And even when you really screw up, family is always there, always on call. Womb to tomb. Ride or die.
—  Meredith Grey, 13x02

anonymous asked:

Are different eeveelutions more prone to having certain personality traits(loyal, friendly, aggressive, ect.) or are temperaments hard to judge to one eeveelution over another because literally any eevee of any personality could become the same eeveelution regardless of their personality traits.

Eeveelutions doe definitely have their own traits, like dog breeds have their own traits, but sometimes…variety ensues. Much like an aggressive Lab or a calm Pomeranian.

Still, the majority of Eeveelutions have their own tendencies:

Jolteon: high energy, fast-learning, nervous in unfamiliar situations/locations.

Flareon: tough, protective, aggressive with strangers.

Vaporeon: calm, high stamina, stubborn.

Umbreon: loyal, good endurance, lazy.

Espeon: , trustworthy, fast learner, destructive when bored.

Leafeon: gentle, friendly, prone to wander/escape.

Glaceon: hard-working, tireless, not good with children.

Sylveon: friendly, good with children, hard to maintain focus.

…and, lest we forget:

Eevee: adaptable, good for beginners, significantly frailer than its evolutions or similar-sized Pokémon.


Writing Aesthetics →  Literary Witches

these witches are the most versatile of their species. they are able draw their magic from books and literature written throughout the ages, transferring the text into whatever type of power the book holds. while the range expands to hundreds of types, the power exchange is usually time consuming and eventually expires. 

their specialty is speed reading. they are able to read up to 40,000 words per minute, several languages, and a majority of books at a single time. these beings are exceptional learners, and can surpass a multitude of barriers when it comes to mastering something exceptional.

Alright just casual advice for French learners. If you want to sound more natural and to have a more convincing speech pattern when you speak French, try to always stress the last syllable of a word. French never stresses any other syllable than the last one, and even then it’s a bit faint compared to other languages that have clear stress on certain syllables (Italian, etc). Try to have your sentence sound very monotonous, with a slight stress on the end of words. 

list 2 help me identify who i am cus idk who tf i am
emotional thinking is super black/white
very rational aside from emotions
need 2 b in control at all times
hate being told what 2 do
hate ppl thinking im stupid
bad at liking new things
love drawing
love art
love clothes
love creating things
naturally rude?i was a rude ass kid and still am unless i make an effort
polite 2 tho
dont trust myself/second guess
love collecting cute things
love snakes
love animals
love toys
love games
love puzzles
good at ignoring ppl
tactile/visual learner
slow at doing things
like cleaning and thoughtless tasks
obsessive lOL
good at getting out of shit
fast learner
frustrated easily
sore loser
not good at understanding what ppl r thinking or feeling but good at understanding the reasoning behind it
good at recognizing when ppl r upset cus im always worried ppl r upset lol
like making ppl uncomfortable
dont like strangers talking 2 me
like making ppl uncomfortable so they dont talk 2 me
loud abt shit i like
resourceful(idk why every1 in treatment just said i am)
hate things not going my way
love attention
good w words when i think ahead of time
p good at lying
like solving things
thats…it 4 now

Tag game

thank you @studypunked for tagging me to answer these fifteen questions!

1. What is your favourite subject?
Psychology and English

2. What is your most hated subject?
Hate is a strong word! But I disliked maths in college.

3. Easiest subject for you?
I don’t think I found any subject particularly easy, I had to work extremely hard to achieve good grades

4. The subject you struggle the most with?
Definitely maths and chemistry when I was doing my gcse’s

5. What kind of a learner are you?
visual definitely

6. What motivates you to study and get good grades?
There are so many individuals in the world that are unfortunately unable to study because of their financial status or gender - this motivates me to study and not take it for granted!

7. Your best study tip?
Never say you CANT do something. You CAN do anything you want to, if only you sat back and tried.

8. Do you like the school you go to?
It’s definitely not my dream university or one that I would have wanted to go to a couple years ago. Having said this, it’s not the place in which you study, it’s how YOU study as an individual

9. Your favorite study essentials?
my laptop, a ruled notebook, a pen and some fine liners

10. What do you use for making notes?
a notebook and pen

11. Are you happy with your current grades?
Received a 1:1 (first) in my first year of uni so I’m doing well so far

12. Worst feature about you when it comes to studying?
Procrastination is my biggest demon. I’ll often find myself searching the most random things on Google

13. Your best study snack?
snacks and food distract me :(

14. What does your handwriting look like and are you happy with it?
my handwriting has evolved over the years, it used to be so fine and small and now it’s fat and stout hahah

15. When do you graduate?
I graduate from university 2019

tagging (if you’d like to do this, that is): @elstudhys, @study-desk, @studentsandlattes, @student-slice, @miastudys, @studyingbrains, @studyingdaisies.

Something a little different to answer the question of ‘How should I study?’
I’ve done some research on the main three learning types- visual, auditory and kinesthetic, so just see which one fits you best (you might be more than one), and try out the six most popular methods I’ve found for each. For reference, I’m a visual learner, can you tell? Haha!


ATTENTION: For those of you who struggle with organization and don’t like or don’t have time for planners, there is this wonderful google chrome app called My Study Life.
It gives you the ability to organize each of your classes and input exact times and locations for exams, assignments, lecture, etc.
You can also color-coordinate everything which is super useful if you’re a visual learner like me!

I highly recommend this app for anybody interested in improving their organizational abilities




Speaking another language is like gaining a new you, you have a new mindset, a new personality, a new way to express yourself. You’re able to reach into a new culture and see a whole new side to how life can be. Speaking another language gives you a gift that being monolingual cannot ever offer. It’s worth it. No matter what language you are learning, no matter what people say, no matter your reason it’s worth it.

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Over the past year I have found many channels to educate, motivate and so much more. Some range from minute videos to twenty minute videos. 











I’m sorry if your subject isn’t there theses are just who i’m subbed to, as you can see this list is probably more helpful to those who do science subjects. If your favourite channel for a specific subject or study tips isn’t there feel free to add on!

Hello again, friends! I’ve been getting a lot of asks about study methods and I decided to make a special post about it, so let’s go. 

First of all, what kind of learner are you? 

  • Visual: learns better by analyzing images instead of words, also remembers pictures better than what’s written around it. 
  • Auditory: learns better by listening or reading out loud
  • Reading/writing: pretty self explanatory
  • Kinesthetic: learns better by doing or while moving 

Now that you know , what can you do to improve your study session? 

  • Visual: 
    • focus on making charts and graphics
    • make the connection between points clear by using arrows and such
    • color code, highlight, circle, underline…
    • copy what’s on the board
    • draw or outline the information
    • flashcards
    • use key words or symbols
    • paint mental pictures, imagine what you’re learning
  • Auditory:
    • use word association
    • record lectures
    • discuss the subject
    • watch videos
    • read out loud your notes
    • record yourself
    • teach others/yourself the subject 
  • Reading/Writing:
    • read your book several times, avoid highlighting
    • write notes and resume the subject as many times as necessary
    • research online 
    • avoid always using the same material
    • answer questions of past exams 
    • use key words
  • Kinesthetic:
    • move around while listening to the subject
    • explain the subject to yourself in front of the mirror
    • study in short blocks (maybe use the pomodoro) 
    • flashcards