More freebies for the month of June!
Suggestions for use of this printable: do something new every 10 days or also mark your “treat yourself” days (you deserve it!)
Hopefully when you’ve reached the end, you’d be proud to see the great things you’ve accomplished!
If you’re like me who’s prepping to go back to uni for the summer semester, or if you’re still in school dealing with finals season, here’s a more school-focused to-do list!
I’ve had a couple of messages asking me what the little progress circles (some called it “bubbles” which are cuter imo) are for and how I use them. They’re basically an estimate of how much I’ve done for a specific task. For example, I have to write a research paper. Given that the structure of the task is made up of several parts (abstract, intro, method, etc.), I can shade one or two circles if I finished the abstract and intro within a study session.
I started using this method in the beginning of my sophomore year in uni. I felt that it was more motivating to see all those circles getting shaded as I progressed in the task as compared to ticking a checkbox, which I could only do if I finished the entire project.
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As some of you requested, I’ve put up a printables masterpost page so you can check out all of my previous work! A printables info/FAQ page is in the works as well. 😊
Lastly, I’d like to send a massive thank you for the lovely messages and visits to my blog. It means the world to me. 💖 Just know that my ask box, Twitter DM (cxptainstark), or Snapchat (ariadnejessica) will always be open if you need someone to talk to.
I hope you all have a great month!