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SOME OF BTS LITTLE HABITS:

The infamous “jeonlous”: 

Originally posted by blvampyre

The way Jin blinks: 

Originally posted by myloveseokjin

Taehyung who can’t keep his tongue in his mouth:

Originally posted by lucas-is-mine

Jimin brushing back his hair 220758 a day, maybe more:

Originally posted by melaaniesiu

The way Suga lays down or sleeps by turning himself into a ball:

Originally posted by beuits

When Hobi’s cute dimples appear while he does this:

Originally posted by chaeayoung

When Namjoon searches for something, his eyes get wider and he looks like a lost puppy:

Originally posted by namjoonsgurl

Good habits

Waking up early (like every day, even on weekends)

Going to sleep early (so you can wake up early)

Going for a walk every day (at morning or at night)

Drinking water before and after every meal

Eating breakfast

Stretching

Exercising

Reading something

Doing your work as soon as you get home

Planning your time

Taking time for yourself

Getting a shower

Brushing your teeth

Washing your face

Talking to your friends

Writing how your day was (memories for your future self?)

Being less than 3 hours on the phone

Not pressing the snooze button

Doing something good for someone

Being thankful for the day you got to wake up and for the day you lived through

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Sorry for my inactivity, I’ve been busy with college orientations and activities! Anyways, here’s a detailed infographic about my study habits, as requested by an anon. Please take note that these habits are effective for me, but may not be effective for you. Do not feel pressured to adapt these because there is no single “right” way to study! I encourage you to find out the best study habits for YOU. 

Small things you can do to take care of yourself- even if you’re busy
  • Cook a nice breakfast
  • Meditate for 10 minutes
  • Have a short nap
  • Call a loved one
  • Get some fresh air
  • Have a shower
  • Have a bath
  • Wash your face
  • Moisturise
  • Brush your hair
  • Have a healthy snack
  • Drink some water
  • Change into something comfortable
  • Improve your posture
  • Change environments
  • Call a loved one
  • Watch a cute, feel-good video
  • Put on some music you like
  • Take a few deep breaths
  • Close your eyes for a few minutes
  • Buy something nice for yourself
  • Open a window
  • Let some light in
  • Air the room
  • Spray on some deodorant
  • Brush your teeth
  • Get ready for the day
  • Make your bed
  • Smile, just smile
  • Watch something that makes you laugh
  • Remind yourself you’re beautiful and kind 
  • Do something nice for someone else
  • Write a letter expressing your emotions, rip it up, let it go
  • Try and get some sleep

*Obviously some of these you won’t be able to do, not all in one day anyways. Even doing one or two every day will make you feel a lot better, these are good simple habits to get into

Morning Habits Worth Starting (Especially for College)
  1. Give yourself enough time to get ready before you have to leave in the morning. For me this means setting my alarm about an hour before the time that I have to get my foot out the door. Eat a proper breakfast, do a little stretching, figure out your plan for the day. Having a slower paced morning is a lot more relaxing, and you can get your day started correctly.
  2. Drink water first thing. I used to be a pretty heavy coffee drinker in the mornings in high school, but I realized that I could get away with a lot less caffeine if I started my morning off with a nice glass of cold water. You’re probably dehydrated after sleeping and water helps wake you up. 
  3. Make your bed. Making your bed is a visual reminder that sleeping time is over and that it’s time to get up! If I have a messy bed, I want to climb in and snuggle back into my blankets. This is especially true in the winters when it’s cold and dark. The movement also helps you wake up, which brings me to my next point:
  4. Move! Your! Body! You don’t necessarily have to run through an entire yoga routine or go for a run (but hey, props to you if you do), but getting some movement in your mornings will help you wake up. I like to stretch a little bit, warm up my joints, maybe loosen up my limbs. It helps to get your blood flowing. 
  5. Open your curtains. In the winter it might be kind of dark and depressing where you live, so this isn’t always something recommended. I like to open my curtains when it’s sunny out so I can get some natural light, which helps your circadian rhythm so you wake up better - and fall asleep at night better. 
  6. Do something productive before your class begins. If your first class is super early, this might not apply. But I find it tremendously helpful to get something done, whether it be a flash card set, a work out, or a load of laundry, before my first class. It’ll get you into a productive mood for the rest of the day, and even if you aren’t productive for whatever reason, you can go to sleep knowing that at least you got something done that day!

Hilda Berg in Threatnin’ Zeppelin

oh and also thnx for comin to the streams when i was making this >:’))