fruit study

*~*~*~STUDY BREAK SNACKS~*~*~* (art by maria-putri ✨) 


apple chips
- preheat oven to 225 F
- slice apples as thin as possible
- sprinkle some cinnamon/cinnamon sugar on the apples (optional)
- (works best on a baking rack) place on tray and put in over for 1-2 hrs (you might need to cook them for longer depending on the thickness of your chips!)

sweet crispy roasted chickpeas
- preheat oven to 375 F
- rinse and drain chickpeas
- place chickpeas on baking tray and bake for about 45min - 1 hr
- in a bowl, mix olive oil, honey, and cinnamon sugar (you can eyeball the measurements and change it to your personal preference)
- once the chickpeas are dry, put them into the bowl that holds the sweet sauce and mix it all in. 
- once you are done coating the chickpeas, place them back in the oven for 10 mins

savory crispy roasted chickpeas
- follow the sweet crispy roasted chickpeas but replace the sauce with olive oil, sriracha, and garlic powder

frozen yogurt berries
- take a spoon and dump your yogurt yogurt into your mold (you can use an ice tray)
- add berries into your mold (i like blueberries, raspberries, and black raspberries)
- freeze!

apple sandwiches
- core your green apple and red apple (it’s okay if you only have one kind)
- cut the apples! semi-thick so the slices are durable
- add nutella (or peanut butter!) on one side of the apple slice
- sprinkle on some oats on top of the spread
- sandwich them together!

avocado toast
- toast your choice of bread
- in a bowl mush your avocado
- once the toast is finishes, spread your mushed avocado on the bread
- squeeze a bit of lemon onto the toast + avocado and sprinkle chili and pepper!

ants on celery
- take celery sticks and spread peanut butter on the inside
- place raisins (or choco chips!) on top of the peanut butter spread

banana bee smoothie
- 1 cup of milk (low fat)
- 1 cup of non-fat greek yogurt
- tbsp of honey (OR MORE)
- 1 ripe banana
- handful of blueberries
- pinch of cinnamon!
- BLEND

sweet apple banana smoothie (my fav ✨)
- 1 sliced apple (preferably any sweet apple)
- 1 ripe banana
- a tbsp honey
- 1 cup of low fat milk
- a pinch of cinnamon sugar
- BLEND

messy simple fruit bowl
- 1 sliced ripe banana
- a handful of blueberries
- place fruits into a bowl and drizzle with honey on top

o’fruity rice cakes!
- spread peanut butter onto ricecake
- place sliced fruit on top (you can use bananas, strawberries, blueberries, etc)
- drizzle with honey (optional)

references: college snacks, todd, robin, eva

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December 4 2017

Ok so I have planned out how I will study for my finals this week (why doesn’t the quarter system get a dead week to study smh why is semester system so much better)

and im stressed out by all the deadlines so im going to log off of tumblr and focus on removing things from my to-do lists lmaos

Have a good day everyones

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✨I know giving up is the easier option. I know you’re tired. I know you’re drained. I know you feel like a failure. But honey, your dreams and aspirations mean so much more to the world than you think. Your dreams, your passion, your work, effect people. Your feelings are not set in stone. Your mere existence effects the world, and if you keep going, you can and will leave a wonderful mark on the world ✨

길 찾기 - Finding the way

이쪽 - This way
그쪽 - That way
저쪽 - That way (over there)
오른쪽 - Right side
왼쪽 - Left side
안 - Inside
옆 - Next
쭉 - Straight
똑바로 - Straight
계단 - Stairs / steps
근처 -Nearby
-(으)로 - To… (place / direction)
올라가다 - To go up
내려가다 - To go down
올라오다 - To come up
내려오다 - To come down
나가다 - To go out
들어가다 - To go in 
나오다 - To come out
들어오다 - To come in 
길을 건너다 - To cross the road 
-을/를 지나다 - To pass
층 - Floor counter (e.g. 2nd floor, 3rd floor)

-(으)세요 - Turns a sentence into a polite command
-아서/어서/해서 - Used a connective adding the meaning of then (e.g. go straight then turn right)

극장이 어디에 있어요? - Where is the cinema?
길을 건너서 똑바로 가세요 - Please cross the road then go straight 
커피숍이 어디에 있어요? - Where is the coffee shop?
커피숍은 백화점 안에 있어요. 백화점 안으로 들어가서 2층으로 가세요 - The coffee shop is in the department store. Please go into to department store and then to the 2nd floor. 

🎐A&R🎐

Originally posted by krobelus

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Mental Reboost Tea Spell!

3 parts lemongrass
2 parts rosemary
1 part sage
1 crystalized orange slice

If you have a clear mug like mine, you can write a sigil on a piece of paper and charge it by placing it underneath the mug. A sunny windowsill can also charge the sigil if you do not have a clear mug

A GUIDE FOR EVERY STUDENT: HOW TO STUDY SMARTER AND NOT HARDER!

A lot of us have difficulty when it comes to learning all types of new information. Especially when we’ve got other priorities to worry about. After much experimentation, I’ve found that the following tips helped me make the most of my time and also helped me plan much more fruitful study sessions!


- Designated Study Area.

A coffee shop, the library, a desk, or even your bed. Figure out where you are most comfortable studying - The right location provides comfort, no distractions and is quiet. Another factor to consider is timing. Are you a morning person, an evening person or a night person? Combine the time with the location and there’s your study area!


- The Key to Success is Time Management.

Plan your time using a simple schedule template, or make a simple to-do-list. The trick is to complete short tasks in a reasonable amount of time; like going over 5 pages of a textbook in approimately 15 minutes. Keeping a written schedule keeps you in line, and this way you won’t forget the tasks you need to complete for the day!


- Note Taking.

Personally, I like to keep a hardcopy of the days lecture and just scribble down any information that I think is important. BUT, there are some pretty cool note-taking strategies out there that you can utilise. Check out The Cornell Method, Mind Mapping, and the Split Page Method. Active learning produces more results than passive learning - so write down those notes and stay active!


- Meet the Syllabus.

The syllabus outlines the most important learning outcomes/ learning goals, and thats pretty much all you need to plan a productive studying session. 

Bid farewell to all that extra, unnecessary information. 


- What is your learning style?

Are you a visual, auditory, verbal or kinesthetic learner? Experiment with all 3 and find out which one works best for you. You don’t necessarily need to stick with one! Do you study better alone or do you prefer group study?  


- Bite-sized Learning.

Do not try to cram in a huge amount of information all at once. Instead, try breaking information down into learnable, manageable chunks. Combining this method with tip #2 will help you make the most of your time.


- Review, Review, Review!

It’s scientifically proven that the more you review material, the easier it’ll be for you to recall it when needed. So, take another look at your notes a couple of days after you make them, then again a week later, and so on.


These are the main tips I’ve found to be of help, and I hope they’re of use to everyone else!

교통 - Transport

자동차 / 차 - Car
택시 - Taxi
버스 - Bus
고속 버스 - Express bus
지하철 - Tube / subway
기차 - Train 
비행기 - Airplane
자전거 - Bicycle 
오토바이 - Motorbike
배 - Boat
버스 정류장 - Bus stop
공항 - Airport
기차역 - Train station 
지하철역 - Tube / subway station 

어떻게? - How?
얼마나? - How long?
걸리다 - Take time 
걸어오다 - To come (here) on foot
걸어가다 - To go (there) on foot 
-을/를 타다 - To take (transport) / to ride
-을/를 타고 오다 - To take / come by means of transport 
-을/를 타고 가다 - To take / go by means of transport 
-을/를 타고 다니다 - To go around by (transport) 
-에서 내리다 - To get off 
갈아타다 - To transfer / change (transport) 
-에서 출발하다 - To depart
-에 도착하다 - To arrive 
타는 곳 - Boarding platform
갈아타는 곳 - Transfer place
표 사는 곳 - Ticket purchasing area 
나가는 곳 - Way out / exit
출구 - Exit
멀다 - To be far
가깝다 - To be close 

학교에 뭐 타고 가요? - What mode of transport do you take to get to school?
학교에 어떻게 와요? - How do you come to school?
학교에 버스를 타고 와요 - I come by bus
여기에서 멀어요? - Is it far from here?
시간이 얼마나 걸려요? - How long does it take?
집에서 학교까지 얼마나 걸려요? - How long does it take from home to school?
두 시간 십 분 걸려요 - It takes 2 hours and 10 minutes (Pure Korean numbers for hours, Sino Korean numbers for minutes)

🚲A&R🚲

Originally posted by asparagusoup