go to bed early and wake up early. you’ll be exhausted after school anyways, and this way you have more time to get ready in the morning. plus, sunrises make homework much more fun.
classical music can be really entertaining if you can find stuff that you like. try looking on 8tracks!
always keep a few dollars in your pencil case so that you can buy water or snacks if you need to.
find a friend or classmate who likes to study, and build a relationship with them. it doesn’t matter if you’re not that close, or you’re taking different classes. just being able to sit next to somebody and work in silence or have a place to go when you can’t focus at your own house can be a lifesaver.
if you don’t review your math notes every once in a while, you will forget everything.
have medicine on hand in case of a stress headache or something else that makes focusing 100% impossible.
also, if your eyes get tired really easily, you can get low-strength reading glasses from most drugstores. they really do make a difference.
you never know when you’re going to need a #2 pencil, sharpener, eraser, and ruler, but it’s more often than you’d think.
read plot summaries of books for your literature classes before you start reading them. you’ll be able to pick up on important moments, foreshadowing, and follow along with the story much easier, and you’re not in trouble if you miss a reading.
public libraries are a blessing. big tables, wifi, books, and a quiet space are so good to have.
make friends with your professors. it will pay off in the end if you need help, advice, or anything else, and is great for your class participation grade.
if you ever miss class, get notes from two different people. one might have missed some information or copied something wrong.
older students know a lot of stuff, and they’re usually really nice and will take you under their wing! don’t feel like your friend group has to be limited to people in your grade.
What I noticed and observed about them: (3 Males & 2 Females)
They are the introverts with a lot of friends.
Each of them have some sort of hidden talent that I don’t even know why they keep hidden in the first place. They are just so humble. (It’s annoying– I LOVE THEM). Their hidden talent most likely has something to do with the arts.
They are writers. The ones I know write blog posts, poetry, witty Facebook statuses, music, and lyrics. Self-expression is definitely a necessity for them.
Two of the INFP males I know have this innocent aura that will make you want to be super nice to them and even take care of them and not bully them even if they look so easy to bully. They’re that pure.
The other INFP male I know looked very tense and jittery before I first talked to him. But once I got him to start talking, he easily opened up. You just gotta reach out first.
Once you reach out to them, they will open up and you’ll discover that they are such cool people with strong opinions and beliefs. (pretty much closet ENFPs)
The two INFP females on the other hand were the ones who seemed loud at first–probably ‘cause they were with their friends–but ended up being really deep and humble people (I love it).
They are nice and civil to everyone.They don’t show it when they dislike someone (however,their close friends will know). They’re just that easygoing, which is why they have a lot of friends. (who are actually just mostly acquaintances to them–but they won’t tell them)
They have such good humor. Especially their sarcasm. AND THE TIMING OF THEIR JOKES IS PERFECT.
When they’re with their friends, you wouldn’t even think they’re introverts. They are so loud and lively with them (mostly the girl INFPs I’ve met are like this–the INFP males on the other hand are more obviously introverted).
Everyone likes them.I’m serious, what’s not to like? They are such good-hearted and open-minded people (even if they have strong beliefs).Before you know it, you’re completely yourself when you’re around them. They just make you feel homey.
When they’re in a bad mood, they distance themselves. They just don’t want to be a burden, even to their friends. No matter how many times you insist to be there for them, they will shake their heads and handle their problems by themselves. After all, the fight is in their head.
When they present alone in front (in class), they can be the most awkward people ever. But they do have a lot of meaningful things to say. They just aren’t used to taking the stage.
Most of the ones I know suffer with anxiety. This is most likely due to the fact that they feel so deeply and tend to keep it inside–after all, Fi is their most dominant function.
They are the nicest people ever (even if it’s not all that obvious), but if you hurt them on purpose–they will remember you for it. But they will forgive (on the outside).
They are the life of the partyeven if they aren’t loud. I don’t know, like when they aren’t present in their group of friends–there is obviously something missing.
They are good with one-on-one conversations. It’s amazing how even though they aren’t good with big crowds, they have this ability to talk to a stranger for a second and make them feel comfortable (if they want to, that is).
They are not boring– at all. It’s an Ne thing–their second dominant function–that makes them so talkative and animated. If they aren’t talking about something, they’re either making weird sounds to make others laugh or saying funny movie lines aloud (similar to INTPs).
They are smart. They have their own way of understanding things and they are not clueless–I swear, they know a little about everything. Just give them a topic, and they will have an opinion about it.
They have trouble saying no.I swear, the last thing they want to do is hurt someone. (Unless it’s for justice)
Music is extremely important to them. The INFPs I know either dance, play guitar, sing, or well–just need their earphones with them everyday to block out the world when they feel like it.
The vibes they give off, equal to their current mood. They are infectious.
Well, what do you guys think? :) Agree or disagree?
09.21.16 - this is a good month for me, honestly. my grades are good (straight A’s), my iPhone 7+ is on the way, and I just got back into studyblrs.
I’m still jittery about the upcoming SAT though, wish me luck!
does anyone else feel physically ill when they’re being ignored? like the anticipation of “will they, won’t they” message you first makes you jittery and nauseous until you can’t see straight or think properly or eat or sleep or do anything because you’re just totally consumed by the unbearable pain of rejection
Whatever you now find weird, ugly, uncomfortable and nasty about a new medium will surely become its signature. CD distortion, the jitteriness of digital video, the crap sound of 8-bit - all of these will be cherished and emulated as soon as they can be avoided. It’s the sound of failure: so much modern art is the sound of things going out of control, of a medium pushing to its limits and breaking apart. The distorted guitar sound is the sound of something too loud for the medium supposed to carry it. The blues singer with the cracked voice is the sound of an emotional cry too powerful for the throat that releases it. The excitement of grainy film, of bleached-out black and white, is the excitement of witnessing events too momentous for the medium assigned to record them.
So I’m sure a lot of you have heard about the Marina Joyce situation, and I’m sure a lot of you are confused, so I’m going to explain this the best I can. Marina Joyce is a beauty YouTuber with 600k subscribers and recently in her videos she has been acting very strange, repeating things, stuttering, acting forced/frightened, and moving as if she is just very uncomfortable and jittery. She also appears to have many cuts and bruises all over her body and in her most recent video a voice can be heard saying “help me” at 0:13. This has lead many to believe that she is either using drugs, or that she is being forced to make videos by an abuser, possibly her boyfriend or father, and they also might be drugging her. On social media she’s expressed that she’s fine, and she’s also replied to most YouTube comments claiming to be okay, but it’s likely that that’s her abuser who’s actually replying/posting for her or they are closely monitoring what she posts online. On one of her more recent videos, however, someone commented asking if everything was okay and she replied yes, and then also commented no under it. This comment has been deleted but I have provided a screenshot. She also replied to a comment theorizing that she edited in the “help me” saying that she did edit it in, but that was also deleted and she liked a tweet asking her to like it if something was wrong, although she tweeted saying that everything was fine. Her mom was also contacted by someone and she claimed that Marina was fine, which leads me to believe that it’s possible she’s involved in the abuse, or that she’s covering for her father, and Marina does live with her parents so that’s very possible. It’s also possible that she’s abusing drugs such as heroine or speed, which could explain her behavior and the bruises on her arms may be track marks, but it doesn’t explain the bruises all over her body. In her most recent video there are bruises that can be seen on her arms, neck, back, and legs and in her “Annoying Things Girls Do” video there are very clear cuts and bruises on her legs. Another thing is in her Q&A video when she answers a question about if she’s changed, she gets very jittery and looks almost like she wants to cry, and even says she didn’t do anything to deserve this. Additionally in many of her newer videos her eyes dart around a lot, she looks behind the camera a lot of the time, as if she’s looking at somebody.
Finally, in her everyday makeup tutorial, a shotgun can be seen in the corner of her room starting at 1:43. Marina lives in London, and shotguns are illegal there, which makes it even more suspicious. I’ve heard that many have already tipped the London police, so hopefully she’ll get help if she needs it soon. Feels free to reblog with corrections/more information.
UPDATE: SHE DOES NOT LIVE WITH HER FATHER. HE MOVED OUT WHEN SHE WAS 16.
THESE PHOTOS HAVE BEEN SATURATED AND THE WOUNDS HAVE BEEN CIRCLED IN RED. I DID BOTH OF THESE THINGS SO YOU COULD SEE THEM BETTER.