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“one man cannot bring in the anchor. ten men cannot bring in the anchor. but together we can.”
making this because it’s useful for my specific brand of dramaturgy and i generally have a good deal of feelings about sea shanties. these are the result of far too much time searching around for shanties that are both authentic and have a tune that can be found on the internet. organized by theme.
these can all be done a capella, obviously, but if you want accompaniment, getting your hands on a concertina would be ideal.
The beautiful Aldeyjarfoss waterfall. A little bit out of the beaten track at the beginning of the north-east highlands but very much worth the visit. It has symmetrical features and geologically interesting surrounds.
Tumbling through a narrow passage into a wide basin, the concertinaed black basalt columns provide a stark contrast against the thrashing white foam, making it oft considered one of Iceland’s photographic gems
ORGANISATION TIPS FOR FRESHERS:
THE BARE MINIMUM SO YOU CAN STRESS LESS p1/4
WHAT TO HAVE:
1. A SAFE PLACE – keep all irreplaceable/important documents
like your birth certificate, a level certificates, UCAS letters in here. Ideally
a concertina folder, or a folder with different sections. Mine is organised by
bank stuff, ID, student finance, qualifications, tenancy, and my part time job.
Keep this folder in your room and ideally keep a list of what is inside taped
to the front.
2. NOTEBOOK – for lecture notes, shopping lists, any notes.
At lectures, write the week number, date, module title, etc at the top. If
anything requires action (e.g. you have to email someone, read something for
next week) circle it, highlight it, underline it, make it clear. When you go
home you can make a list of what needs to be done and when. Keep this with you
at uni, and when you get home always leave it in the same place in your bag/on
3. BINDER – with plastic wallets, dividers if you want. I
keep two sections: ‘to do’ and ‘to return’. When a teacher hands me homework or
a bit of paper I immediately put it in ‘to do’. When I get home I check ‘to do’
and make a list, decide when to do it. When I’ve done it I immediately put it
in ‘to return’. Keep this with you at uni and when you get home always leave it in the same place
4. SEMESTER PLANNER – week numbers going down,
mon/tues/wed/thurs/fri/sat/sun going across. Write down deadlines, birthdays,
holidays so you can see everything in one place. You might notice two deadlines
in the same week. Keep on your wall.
5. WEEKLY PLANNER – print off one for each week, hours of
the day going down, days of the week going across. Fill in your classes,
society events, etc. Write your goal for that week (e.g. a deadline, or to
begin an essay). Keep this in your notebook/binder so if you need to organise a
tutorial or to meet a friend, you can quickly check when you are free.
6. FORGET PLACE – this is where I put things I can forget
about. Put in stuff you look at occasionally like recipes, or old photos, or internship info you don’t want to think about right now. When I write down a list of all my assessments, I stuff it in the forget
place and stop worrying. Keep this stuff in a plastic wallet/folder in your