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May 2017 Printables and Desktop Wallpaper // freebies from thearialligraphyproject

Hooray for a fresh new wallpaper! I’ve been feeling the [extreme] heat of the summer lately so I wanted to make something cool and relaxing to the eye for this month’s design.

I’m also bringing back the list layout for calendar printables! Now you’ve got a motivational quote to keep you going through the month and a space to write your goals and some notes!

Download this month’s freebies: calendars / desktop wallpaper

A tagged snapshot of your computer, phone, or study space using these freebies would be very much appreciated. (Use #thearialligraphyproject or #arialligraphy!) 😊

Made some quick little June calendars that I thought I’d share with you guys 😊 There are only two colours this month because I wasn’t too happy with how the last batch turned out, but the mint and peach seem to be the most popular choices, and I quite like how these combinations turned out!


Mint + Silver |  Peach + Rose-gold

Let me know if you have any issues or queries, and I’ll do my best to help out. As always, feel free to share a picture on tumblr with my handle, or #thegirlygeek, or on instagram (@the_girlygeek), I’d love to see them! Enjoy! 💗

Adulting 105

This week I’m giving a shoutout to my fav person ever @poorpersonsgiude. You go girl! Also @stormfallss for lighting up my phone for over two hours the other night. Thanks for the love.

1. Keep paper bills. Bills such as internet, rent, and utility for up to five months. These help prove residency, which will be useful when applying for Medicaid, in-state tuition, and for some jobs. If you’re not receiving any sort of paper bills, keep pay stubs with your address on them instead.

2. Cheap salt. Never spend more than a dollar on salt. Seriously. Chain supermarkets and dollar stores will sell large quantities of it to you for 99 cents. You’re not the Queen of Sheba- you don’t need $5 salt.

3. Wooden floors. If any part of you apartment/dorm room has a wooden floor, consider buying Bona Hardwood Cleaner. It’s a little pricey, but my last squeeze bottle lasted me just short of a year. It’s the best wood cleaner around.

4. Postage stamps. You don’t have to go to your local post office to buy stamps (which is great because sometimes it’s not “local” at all). You can purchase them at pharmacy centers like CVS or Rite Aid, as well as large chain supermarkets such as Stop & Shop and Walmart. 

5. Moisturizers. Pick up at least one moisturizer to save your hands during these long winter months. If you’re a newbie just buy Gold Bond, it’s cheap and good for everything except your face. 

6. Shower heads. If you have a terrible apartment shower head with no water pressure buy yourself a better one. There a color changing shower heads on Amazon that I personally swear by. Just be sure to keep the original shower head and to replace it when you move out.

7. Keep your student ID card. Even after you stop attending school. You’ll still be able to receive student discounts at places like museums and cinemas. They have no way of knowing if you’re still a student. What are they gonna do- call your school? I do this all the time! 

8. Yankee Candle. Is so expensive, but it’s the only candle really worth buying. I’ve tried all sorts of discount candles from dollar stores and even from Target, but none of them smell even half as good as Yankee Candle.

9. Reminders. Forgetting important things such as bill payments, birthdays, or contraceptives? Set alarms and reminders on your Iphone to help you stay on top. I personally hate the Iphone calendar app so I downloaded Cozi (it’s free) and I use that instead.

10. Clean that fridge. Try to purge your fridge out at least once a month. There’s nothing more disgusting than food so decomposed that you can’t discern what it once was. The general rule of thumb about leftovers is if you don’t eat it within the next two days you won’t ever eat it. Try to give your fridge a sponge bath every three months, the shelves are easy to remove and I just wash them in my sink.

anyone who needs a push for positivity:

there’s a free app called color calendar i use where you rate your days based on colors that coordinate with awesome, good, neutral, bad, and horrible. it helps put into perspective how many good days u have and makes u reflect on ur day, helping u realize one small event doesn’t ruin it all and ur life isn’t as bad as u might think 💖

ML 2017 Calendar Project

The Miraculous Calendar project is a collaboration of artists who joined together to create a free to download 2017 calendar celebrating Miraculous Ladybug, as well as a fully illustrated Holiday and Cultural Guidebook with information about the holidays and traditions that the characters on the show would have marked on their own calendars. 

The calendar itself is comprised of a collection of fanart, the traditional 12 month calendar grid, annotated National French Holidays, important dates for the ML fandom, and many other features. 

The supplementary illustrated guidebook contains more art, and a written guide to the various holidays included on the calendar, with information on the holiday itself, as well how they are celebrated and their significance to the cultures represented in the Miraculous Ladybug universe. (This is a fun introductory resource for people looking to learn more about the cultures of the characters, either for personal knowledge or for a resource for their own artistic projects) 

If you would like to download the ML 2017 Calendar Project please continue reading under the cut! 

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Apps to keep your self on track

❤️ Forest : plant a tree and it grows, but only if you keep the app open. Stops you from wasting time on your phone. If you need to work on something you can plant a tree and then you won’t go on your phone

❤️ My Water : a simple water tracker that is easy to use. Enter your weight and how much you work out and it will calculate how much water you need. Then you simply add your water and it fills your screen throughout the day. It will send you notifications and remind you to drink water.

❤️ Reminders : comes pre downloaded. Add things that you need to get done and when you want to be reminded of them. Once you’ve finished check it off. I especially like that the notification doesn’t go away by unlocking your phone. So if the notification goes off and you open your phone to text someone and lock your phone again, the notification is still there. You can also set up locational reminders, so if you need to remember to let the dog out, you could set up a reminder to do so to go off when you are near your house.

❤️ calendar : comes pre downloaded. Put in any appointments, meetings, test dates, important deadlines, birthdays, practices, or any other days or activities you can’t miss. You can set it up so the app will send you a notification when the date approaches.

❤️ Your banks app : Lots of banks have apps. These allow you to check your balance at anytime. Check your app before you head into a store to help prevent over spending.

❤️ balanced : this is a ‘to do’ style app. Input things you want to make sure get done on a regular basis such as work out, how many times a day, week, or month you want to get this thing done. The app will send you a notification when you have been slacking and not filling it out. The free version of this app only allows you to put in five tasks, but you can have unlimited tasks when you upgrade.

❤️ clue : this is a simply, classy, and effective period tracker. It’s not frilly and pink like many of the other ones. After about six cycles it is very accurate. It comes with lots of tags you can chose from depending on what you want to track. It has things like blood level, pain, mood, productivity, motivation, sleep, energy and more. You can also add custom tags so you can track anything.

❤️ bear : this is a note app. You could also use the notes app but I like this one. It allows you to create lists or any other notes and operates very similarly to any word processor, but it is much easier to use. I love the ability to add check boxes. It is great for to do lists and you can check it off rather than just deleting it like you would have to do on the regular notes app. Checking things off a list is good because you allows you to see how much you have accomplished rather than focusing on how much is left to do.

These are iOS apps, and all are free. I’m not sure if they are available on other operating systems

May Calendar + Organizer by Eintsein

May’s already here and there’s no better way to ensure a productive month than by planning for it. Here’s the monthly calendar printable and monthly organizer for May:

Click to download the Calendar and the Planner from my studyblr drive

Don’t forget to tag me (#eintsein) if you use them, and I hope you have a great month :)

Monthly Calendar (Ver.2) 

Pack Includes Calendars from June to August

Following my newest printable aesthetic, I have returned with a new version of my monthly calendar :3 It comes in 7 colors and is, for the most part, in the same format as my original calendar design. Anyway I hope you lovelies love and enjoy this calendar x.


Self care is extremely important, especially with finals coming up. Don’t study so hard that you forget to take care of yourself. Remember, you won’t be able to do as well on a test if you’re not doing good. Here’s a quick little list to look at to make sure you’re taking care of yourself.

  • When did you last shower? Was it yesterday? If not, take a shower.
  • Have you brushed your teeth today? If not, brush them.
  • Have you eaten anything in the last six hours? If not, please eat. Don’t think of eating as a “get to” activity, or a reward– you can always eat, even if you didn’t meet another goal. Your body needs food to function.
  • What about drinking? Have you had a glass of water in the last hour? Drinking is extremely important, and dehydration can cause anything from headaches to nausea to death. (Only death if it’s super duper severe, though.)
  • If you’re in pajamas and it’s not time to sleep, change into something that’s still comfy but not pajamas. We don’t want to be giving our brains sleep cues when we’re trying to get stuff done, and it can make us feel lethargic.
  • If you have thoughts racing around your mind faster than you thought possible, making you anxious and stressed and scared: music. It can help you move your focus away from your thoughts.
  • Open your blinds, okay? You can’t live in the dark all the time. The light will help you wake up and keep your sleep schedule on track.
  • Try to go outside, even if it’s just to walk a block or two. It’ll get your muscles moving and, again, help you stay awake.
  • Is your room messy? Try putting one thing away. Just one. That piece of paper on the floor? Recycle it! Just like that, you’ve done something productive. You can do more if you’d like, but that’s enough if you’re feeling overwhelmed. One step per day can add up to a marathon.
  • Do you have meds? Take them. If you’re prone to forgetting, you can set a daily reminder on your calendar, or download an app that will remind you.
  • If keeping a bullet journal helps you, open yours up and see what you have to get done today. Do you have any appointments you need to go to? Appointments can be scary, but remember, an appointment means someone is counting on you to be somewhere. (I stole that line from the app Booster Buddy! It’s really encouraging.)
  • If you’re in school, you probably have some homework. Make a list of your homework tasks and divide them down into small, manageable chunks. Do they seem too big? Make them even smaller. It’s a lot easier to do many small pieces of homework than one huge pile at once.
  • Talk to someone! Humans are social creatures and we’re made to interact with others. Even if it’s just texting, start up a conversation. Bonus points if you hug someone!
  • If you have school supplies like pens and highlighters, do a quick check to make sure all their caps are on. This might be more supply care than self care, but that’s okay! Take care of your school supplies!
  • I already said this, but DRINK WATER! It’s super important!! You gotta stay healthy and drink!

I hope these help! Please take care of yourselves~
♥ Theo

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