motivation videos

i genuinely don’t think i have the motivation to finish this but here it is i guess

also don’t reupload this unless u want to get ur balls cut off

I am responsible for the misuse of the word "infinitesimal" in the Motivation video

So here is my take on Logic correcting himself:

LOGAN: It was an honest mistake… Serves me right trying to demonstrate my intellectual acuity by employing hexasyllabic vocabulary words. Honestly, what was I trying to prove?

THOMAS: Oh, so you’re going to simplify your vocabulary?

LOGAN: No, I am not. Language can build bridges, Thomas! If I am going to build a bridge, then I would prefer an artisan’s tool belt over a Bob the Builder plastic play set. Anyway– that’s tangential– I misspoke when I used the word infinitesimal, and a true erudite intellectual always rights their wrongs. Infinitesimal is not synonymous with infinite. On the contrary, infinitesimal means very, very small; as in: The number of flying insects that don’t frighten me is infinitesimal. Similarly, the number of times that Donald Trump has corrected himself after getting a fact wrong is also infinitesimal… Donald Trump can fit an infinitesimal amount of animal crackers in his tiny hands. Okay, I’m done.

PART ONE - IPHONE

part two here

So this is my first post that isn’t a stupid text post or overly bright photo of my stationary, so I hope you’ll like it! It will consist of two parts, one for the ios apps and one for google chrome extensions. Feel free to send me recommendations!

bolded = favourite, cursive = apps I use every day

Note taking and co

  • Pocket - very useful app to save websites, articles, posts etc and read them offline.           
  • Keynote, Pages, Numbers - basics if you have an apple device. I actually like keynote better than powerpoint c:
  • Notability - Very popular app and it really is worth its money. Great for note taking, especially in class!
  • Evernote - On my phone for over 4 years now. The group feature is so great and I use it for preparing posts
  • Werdsmith - very clean and minimalistic app for writing, I use it mainly for creative writing.
  • Microsoft One Note - Simple app for note taking and making online notebooks.

Languages

  • Leo - a great dictionary in 8 languages. If you log in you can save problem words and make vocabulary lists.
  • Memrise - My favourite app to learn languages for free. I’m learning Japanese with it!                                                              
  • Duolingo learning languages for free is always fun and duolingo is so easy to use, it’s even more fun! I use it to practice my Spanish.

Studying

  • Forest - Who doesn’t know and love forest yet? It’s such a cute application and I use it when I have a long study day/night ahead.
  • Brainscape - My to go app for flashcards. It has a giant library and it’s easy to make your own. Honestly, I’ve been using it for 3 years now and I still love it.
  • Mindly - A very beautiful app to make mind maps. I use it for story ideas and school work.
  • MindNode - also an easy way to make mind maps.
  • Uberchord - learn how to play the guitar for free c: 
  • TheSimpleClub - videos, and tutorials of all important school subjects, mainly in German, I think
  • Notenapp - keep track of your grades - German 
  • Khan Academy - like the simple club but with a broader spectrum and in English.
  • Tide - promodoro app with nice background sounds & inspirational quotes 
  • Swifty - learn how to code in a very fun and simple way! 
  • Flow timer - another great promodoro timer (they are everywhere). I like the minimalistic look and nice colours.

Inspiration & Motivation

  • Vantage - Simple but beautiful designed calendar
  • Calm - Helps me calm down with breathing exercises backgrounds and sounds.
  • Elevate - games and exercises that help to keep your mind fit 
  • Pacifica - an app that helps with anxiety and mental disorders with a very kind community
  • TED Inspiring, interesting and motivating videos on a wide variety of topics.

Others

  • Textgrabber & Scanner Pro -  Essentials. Scans photos and grabs texts of pdf and other documents and converts them into word/text documents.
  • Sleeptown - From the makers of forest a very cute app that helps you keep a healthy sleep schedule. I try to use it but I forget it often, sadly. 
  • Tydlig - not free but honestly the best calculator you can have on your phone! Beautiful and simple it makes math so much more fun!
  • Spark - organizes your emails (even from multiple accounts) and notifies you if something important comes in. Very neat design.
  • Moon - cute app that shows the phases of the moon depending on the date.
  • Plant Nanny - keep track of your water intake by watering cute plants (they have something similar for walking and keeping track of expenses!)

hey look at this lance

thats all, i just found this lance and i had to share him cause hes beautiful 



~~Some sanders sides this Motivational Monday because the new sanders side video inspired me. Depression can happen to someone who seems happy. And even if you feel alone, you’re not. Reach out and get help. ~~

If you ever feel useless, just remember that Kirk Hammett has been doing back vocals for the past 36 years. Do you know what his singing voice sounds like? Neither do I. No one does.

Please stop firing the portal apparatus at the elevator doors while being transported to your next test. I don’t know what you are hoping to achieve by doing this mindless task, but I can tell you that after watching you shoot those doors over a thousand times, the only thing you have accomplished is showing how much of a moron you really are.

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