doctor:notes

hi cuties! ✨

so as of late, i’ve been doing quite a lot of texts and i have managed to create enough content that’ll last my blog to run on queue until the end of december! i’ll be busy during these few months so i may not answer asks as frequently as i would like to but i will when i have the time!

i just want to thank you guys for the support over the course of five months! i didn’t expect this many people to enjoy them but i really do feel the love and i thank you guys for it!

moving on, requests are still open but they will take a while before they get posted up (as you guys know i try to do them according to when they’re sent in) but also when inspiration strikes on the recent ones, i do them as well. so it’s very tricky to tell you when they’re coming out but rest assured if i answer your ask with ‘done and queued to posted’, they’ll come out sooner or later.

i think that’s all for now! again, thank you and take care! 💕

I’m completely normal, I swear. I just think about people and the world so much that as a writer I have notes for all the lines I think of. The life of a writer…
I wonder if the notes on @taylorswift’s IPhone look like this???
PS: I’m the very proud owner of a writing Instagram account (@wildflowerwriting) which I’d love for you to check out/give feedback/SHARE

teen wolf 6x19 confirmed that the camaro wasn’t some hand-me-down, wasn’t Laura’s or anybody else’s, it always was Derek’s and Derek’s only. It was 100% his “I’m a badass, I’m fast, I’m cool, the leather jacket is not enough, I need to have some dope car, too” vehicle. And then he felt like he needed to ‘mature” and wanted to be some pack dad or something and got himself a toyota but old habits die hard and Derek Hale loves douchebag sports cars and I, for one, am loving this. 

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archaeology notes 👀
i make a lot of mistakes while writing my notes in pen, like, a lot (and still i only write in pencil when doing math…. u gotta look fear in the eye u kno.) most of my mistakes are because of me literally forgetting what the heck i was writing in the middle of a sentence and/or because of me getting distracted by the smallest of things😩💯👌💦 that adhd feel is strong

so you’re taking a philosophy class... now what?

Philosophy is intimidating. You probably think of Pluto and Socrates, and while they are a part of philosophy, there is so much more to it. The subject is foreign and hard for many, but once you get the hang of it, it can easily become one of your favorite classes. Here’s some tips to make these classes a bit easier:

What the flippidy-doo-da even is philosophy???

Philosophy is the study of why. Ethics, morality, reasoning, all fall under philosophy. There’s a bunch of sub-topics in philosophy, like hedonism (what determines what is good for us?), relativism (why do we have different morals from someone else?), morality (what is the difference between right and wrong?), and more!

What makes a philosophy class different from any other class?

In philosophy there is no right or wrong answer. Everything is relative, subjective, and opinionated. The answer is never “yes” or “no”. Philosophy is essentially a lot of questions, but not many answers.

What can I expect in a philosophy class?

Socratic. Seminars. They are everywhere in philosophy classes. These are very similar to debates in the sense that its a group/the whole class talking about a subject, but you’re not trying to persuade anyone or change anyone’s mind, you’re simply talking about it. In college, philosophy classes tend to be smaller (under 40 people) for this reason. But don’t let the idea of a Socratic seminar scare you away from taking a philosophy class. They aren’t that bad. Why? Because there is no right or wrong answer. You don’t have to worry about saying something wrong or sounding stupid because literally you can’t say anything wrong. And if the idea of talking to other stresses you out, just remember that your fellow class mates are in the same exact position as you are. 

What can I do to *succeed* in a philosophy class?

Know your argument. Typically in philosophy there are three “arguments” (similar to a debate…ish). The for, the against, and the somewhere in the middle. On all of my philosophy tests, all of the questions are the same. exact. thing. Here’s an example from my last philosophy exam:

What is Hedonism?

What is an argument for Hedonism?

What is an argument against Hedonism?

What is your opinion on Hedonism?

You need to know of both sides of an argument, but other than that, there’s no memorization. It’s all explaining and why. You’ll learn very quickly how do BS a paragraph.

Also, Crash Course - Philosophy will become your best friend in the world.

Types of people who would especially love philosophy classes:

- Like writing, debates, and is opinionated

- ENTJ, ESTP, ISFP, ENTP, INFJ, INTP

- Aquarius, Leo, Gemini, Sagittarius, Pisces


@samsstudygram , The So You’re Taking Series - Philosophy