hey, guys! i’m back again, with another masterpost (!!!) it’s my fifth one this month bc its one of my new year’s resolutions to make a masterpost for each week of the month! hopefully this helps u guys!!!
some tips //
using an extension/app/website to block distracting sites is a lifesaver
i use the blocksite extension on chrome
u can also use forest to block ur sites + time ur studying
pomodoro is one of my personal favorites bc it’s 25 minutes of work (which is a pretty short time, so u can concentrate better) + 5 minutes of a break (to refresh urself!!!)
remember not to get too caught up in these, bc too many sites + apps are just a waste of time, and u’ll end up studying even less
wow, that was a long post, and now my eyes hurt from staring at the screen. but hopefully this is useful to someone!!! also, shoutout to @studyquill bc her tags and navigation is so organized and easy to use; when i was researching for other studyblr masterposts on apps and websites, i ended up reblogging a bunch from her tag!!! hugs, mel.
I give you happiness. That is my power. I let people experience my joy. My captivity. My suffering. My separation. And finally…despair! Show me your fury. This is the pain of being powerless. Your loved ones being taken away before your very eyes!
In a blow to consumer privacy, Congress voted to officially repeal Obama-era Federal Communications Commission guidelines that prevented internet service providers — such as AT&T, Verizon and Comcast — from collecting and selling your sensitive information to third parties without your consent.
Assuming President Donald Trump will sign the bill, there are a handful of preventative measures you can take to protect your data, such as using a trustworthy virtual private network service (known as a VPN) or a Tor browser. Or you can just try and confuse the hell out of your ISP. Read more.(3/30/2017 2:05 PM)