do not download this app

anonymous asked:

Bought my man an ice cream sandwich today and he was gonna get me a free scoop with his coupon on his phone. The app started to not load on his phone so I told him just forget about it and bought the ice cream sandwich for him instead of getting anything. When we exited the store, he told me it was my fault and that I should have downloaded the app and not made him "do everything". I told him he should have had the app ready while I was driving us there so he threw the ice cream sandwich. 😑

Originally posted by dehaans

13 Study Tips (By Sprouts)
  1. Spaced repetition. Study short, but often. It is more productive to have regular study sessions with short sleeping breaks in between. 
  2. Find your own style. Find the study style that suits you the best. Some people like to study alone, some snack during class, etc. 
  3. Sleep! This one’s pretty obvious. Lack of sleep decreases your concentration. 
  4. Focus! This one’s pretty obvious too. Keep all distractions away to increase productivity. 
  5. The Pomodoro Technique. Set your timer to 25 minutes where you focus on your studies, take a short break, and repeat the process. [I personally like to use the app ‘Tide’, but there are other apps you can download] 
  6. Do the hard material first. Most people have the strongest willpower in the morning [not me], and when you do the hardest material first, you’ll feel more motivated to get more work done. 
  7. Exercise, meditate, and converse. Regular physical exercise, meditation, and group conversations are proven to grow your brain. 
  8. Go places. You can create deeper memories of a subject if you learn in a richer environment that offers more visual clues. 
  9. Take fun seriously. Find a fun way to study, it’ll make it more enjoyable for you. Positive emotions are important for increasing your potential. 
  10. Space your studies. Repeat the material in spaced intervals. This means reviewing whatever you’ve learnt every few days. 
  11. 30% Read, 70% Recite. You can use this when you have to memorise a poem in 1 hour. Spend 20 minutes reading, and 40 minutes reciting, this should lead to the best results. 
  12. After you’ve finished studying, quickly test yourself. Immediate recall in the form of a test or a short summary can increase retention up to 30%. 
  13. Don’t force it. Unfortunately, you can’t force yourself to be motivated to do work. 

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Witch Tip

Download and use Galaxy Tarot, you will learn the card meanings in no time.
It also teaches you about each individual card’s (rider waite) symbolism , numerical significance, suit meanings, etc.

(Obv disclaimer, study the card meanings from as many different sources as you can and get your own idea, but this one’s very accurate and easy to memorize and just great)


Eyewitness Nation we found a very quick and easy way to send postcards to networks and request Eyewitness without having to go to the post office yourself and straight from an app.

all you need to do is :

1. download MyPostcard.

2. Register and make an account.

3. You can earn free credits by sharing your “Friends-Code” and send post cards or you can pay with PayPal or Credit Cards.

4. make your own postcard and write a message to the networks (Hulu, Netflix, Amazon…) and choose your favorite photo from the show.

5. send the postcard to networks physical addresses.

I Believe You [Saeyoung Choi/Reader]

Fandom: Mystic Messenger
Paring: Saeyoung Choi/Reader [you]
Summary: You would love him even after a thousand lifetimes.
Dedication: For @sangyosoul, not what you wanted. But, i’ll make u something better!!

A/N: ooo shiiittttt it’s dat giiiirrrlll whaddddup. nah, seriously tho’. sorry for being mia. school is beating me into the ground and so is life. o well. hope this will be okay until i get back in the swing.

btw, would anyone be interested in a masterpost for my mysme fics?

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Dear doctors and medical students of all stripes and specialties everywhere:

Breastfeeding is really awesome and also really hard. It’s a huge commitment, especially for working/student moms, to be the source of food for a baby. And American culture undermines it at almost every turn.

Do me a favor and download an app called lactamed. There is a lot of misinformation and “we’ve always done it this way” that can fuck up breastfeeding. Ex: women are frequently told to pump and dump after general anesthesia when they actually don’t have to! Or women are frequently told to pump and dump after having an alcoholic beverage. False!! Not necessary! Many women do not have oversupply, many struggle with undersupply and there are ways to help increase it, both pharmacological and nonpharmacological.

We did not get any education about breastfeeding at my school and many pediatricians and ob’s aren’t much better educated. Nursing women will be patients of everyone. Support and advocate for your breastfeeding patients and colleagues in the clinic and hospital, especially those in resource poor areas. Help them find breastfeeding support groups. I’m part of one on facebook and it really helped me keep nursing, especially in the early days when it is the hardest.

Formula is not evil or harmful, but breastmilk is the best food for babies.