i haven’t made my own studyblr post in nearly a year…*sighs*

Well here’s an update of my study space/room if anyone is interested! the last time i posted a photo of this area, it didn’t have all those photos on the walls. But i’m really glad i have them now because every time i’m staying up super late at night trying to plow through some procrastinated homework, looking at all the different pictures makes my mood at least a little bit better :-) 

(follow my insta bc i’m thirsty for followers: you.nique )

Bullet Journal Spread Ideas

New Year

New Year’s Resolutions
How to actually achieve those resolutions
Highlights of 2016
Things to look forward to in 2017
Reflection of 2016
How you can make 2017 better
Things you did in 2016 that you shouldn’t in 2017
Favorite pictures of 2016
Memorable quotes from 2016
Achievements in 2016
Favorites of 2016 (e.g. music, movies, books, art, food, new activities)
New things to try in 2017 (e.g. hobbies, food, places to travel)
Upcoming releases in 2017 (e.g. music, movies, books)
How you want the world to change in 2017
Important dates in 2016
People you met in 2016

Mind/Emotion

Stress-relieving activities
Curiosity page (questions you want the answers to)
What if? Page
Happiness page
Things to do when sad (or any negative emotion)
Sleep tracker
Mood log
Dream log
Gratitude list
Self care activities
Un-do list (stop doing)
Unexplainable emotions page (e.g. that feeling when…)

Academic

Grade tracker
Vocabulary
Achievements list
Plan for the school year
Revision schedule and progress
Things to self study

Life/Experiences

Long term goals
Short term goals (e.g. this week/month)
Travel log
Bucket list
Reflections (daily/monthly/yearly)
Places you wish to visit
Friend lists + about them

Money/Finance

Spendings tracker
Savings tracker
Financial goals
Wishlist

Inspirational Stuff

Brain dump
Favorite quotes
Recipes
Pieces of writing (e.g. news articles, poetry, etc.)
Favorite words
Story ideas
OC ideas

Art/Journaling

DIY and project ideas
Handwriting experiments
Color swatches/palettes
Bullet journal page ideas
Doodle page
Testing stationery/washi tapes
Six word stories
A sentence a day
Blog post ideas

Entertainment

Playlists (e.g. playlist of the week, song of the day)
To read
To watch
Already read
Watched
Hobbies to try
Favorites list (e.g. movies, albums, songs, books)

Senses

General observations (e.g. people, places, things)
Overheard conversations
Music/melodies you heard
Things you see
Different textures/things you touched
Things you tasted (could be food, drinks, or inedible things)
Interesting/foreign smells

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4.2.17 7:05 PM // this week’s bullet journal spread ft. my attempt at a rose-quartz x serenity color scheme. didn’t have access to a working printer so i drew instead (or at least tried to hehe) 📖

Habits of successful students

Discipline: “discipline is doing what needs to be done, even when you don’t want to”, which means that you have to force yourself to start doing things. 

Concentration: when you make a real effort in your work (study, homeworks etc…) you will be more likely to actually focus, understand and learn. 

Organization: always set tasks and goals and organize a study-schedule. Maybe you don’t really want to plan all the week, but if you just wake up and open your agenda/bullet journal/iphone calendar and write down all the things you have to do, setting due dates and deadlines, you’ll feel more conscious and encouraged to stay on track. 

Tasks-splitting: sometimes, you write down your tasks. Some of these tasks may be very hard and complicated, and it will take a long long time to complete them. So, you can split them in smaller tasks, so you will feel satisfied after a shorter period of time, instead of studying for hours and still seeing that chapter undone on your study-schedule. 

Watch the sunrise: when I wake up late, I feel like I don’t have enought time to do my work and lose my motivation. I literally panic and then I think “whatever, I could not complete all the things anyway”. So, if you wake up earlier you will feel more positive and  controlled. 

Smart reading: try not to read your textbook just like a newspaper. For every paragraph you read, try to underline and write down key words and then your question about that subject. Literally, turn your textbook into questions. If you write down question - particularly why…? - and think about the answer, you will be more likely to remember that stuff later. 

Healthy lifestile: if you don’t drink enough water in the morning, you will be more likely to have a decrease of concentration in the afternoon/evening, so: stay hydrated. Try also to have some snaks every one-two hours: feed your brain