time-trackers

🌼🌻study smarter🌻🌼

(here are some study tips straight from my psych notes)

1. interest: the brain prioritizes by meaning, value, and relevance so u remember things better if ur interested

  • find a study partner
  • do extra practice or research
  • teach it to someone else (this works so well!)

2. intent: be actively paying attention. very little learning actually takes place without attention

  • use a concentration check sheet (every time u get distracted, put a check on ur sheet. this is supposed to program ur mind to pay attention)
  • while u read, talk back to the author
  • ask questions during lectures (this is scary ik!! but do it!)

3. basic background: make connections to what u already know

  • preview and skim the material before u read it. or google it!
  • write out a list of vocab words before a lecture and leave some spaces between them to fill in during the lecture
  • read ahead of lectures
  • watch crashcourse tbh

4. selectivity: start by studying whats important

  • look for bolded words, graphics, pictures, chapter review questions in ur readings
  • listen for verbal clues like emphasis and repetition during lectures
  • make urself a study guide as u read and write down questions for urself to answer later as review (kinda like cornell notes)

5. meaningful organization: u can learn/rmr better if u group ideas into diff categories

  • apply vocab words to ur life
  • make flashcards and sort them (try not to have more than seven items in one category!)
  • use mnemonics

6. recitation: saying ideas aloud in ur own words strengthens synaptic connections! when u say something aloud u r forcing urself to pay attention

  • after u read, ask urself questions
  • talk abt what u learned w/ classmates outside of class
  • again, teach someone else

7. visualization: ur brain’s quickest and longest-lasting response is to images

  • convert info into a chart or graph
  • draw it out
  • make a mental video of a process
  • look at picture/video examples

8. association: memory is increased when facts are consciously associated w something u already know. memory = making neural connections

  • ask urself: is this something i already know?

9. consolidation: give ur brain some time to establish a neural pathway

  • make a list of what u remember from class
  • review notes at the end of the day, every day
  • stop after reading each prg to write a question in ur notes
  • make ur own practice quiz

10. distributed practice: we all know cramming doesnt work but we do it anyway! but yeah short and frequent study sections work better

  • make a daily/weekly study schedule
  • create a time budget/time tracker (track everything ur doing for a week and see how u can be more efficient w/ the time u waste)
  • divide the reading/vocab by the number of days before an exam and do a little bit each day (u can use sticky notes to divide ur reading)

other tips:

  • stop stressing! this sounds stupid and it isnt going to be easy, but anxiety causes u to lose focus. try ur best to think positively. sleep a lot. minimize ur caffeine intake. take a walk maybe
  • when u need to remember something, look upward or close ur eyes (when ur eyes are open ur using visual parts of ur brain that u might not need to be using)
  • find a rival! (like the person right above u in class rank) secretly compete w/ them (envy can improve mental persistence bc it makes u focus more intensely) but dont overdo it! 
  • walking and sleeping build memory storage in ur brain
  • eat flavonoids! (grapes, berries, tea leaves, cocoa beans make neurons in the brain more capable of forming new memories + increase blood flow to the brain)
  • obstacles force ur brain to try harder, so space learning lessons apart or create a puzzle to solve or change ur physical setting
Pages for your 2017 bujo

Year overview
Future log
Resolutions page
January goals to help achieve your resolutions
Things you want to do in 2017
Travel map of where you’ll go in 2017
Travel moodboard
Line a day diary
Habit tracker
Sleep tracker
Mood tracker
Savings tracker
Tips to save money
Set up a budget
Books you want to read
Films you want to watch
TV shows you want to watch
Dishes to cook
Books you have read
Films you have watched
TV shows you have watched
Dishes you have cooked
Healthy meal inspo
Ingredients for basic recipes so if you’re in the supermarket you know what to buy
Running program set up
Exercise program set up
Exercise tracker (aka distance, time)
Step tracker
Self care list
Things you are grateful for
Style board
Plans for the school year
Calendar of when assignments/coursework is due
Things that inspire you
Moodboard to inspire you
Best moments of 2016
Favourite photos of 2016
Everything you achieved in 2016

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Hi! I got an anonymous ask asking to share photos of my bullet journal set up! I tried about 5 times to get pictures that were in the same spot and the same lighting but damn it is difficult. I ended up shooting these going page by page so hopefully that is okay! I’ll list the pages I included since I missed a couple out because they’re just headers at the moment and I’ll put in brackets ones that I’ll add when my semester starts:

  • 2017 overview
  • 2017 objectives (personal/health/social/academic/blog/career) + bullet journal key/legend
  • blog post ideas (this blog and my main @styleselection #shamelessselfpromo)
  • printable ideas
  • motivational quotes
  • movies/tv shows to watch
  • books to read
  • expenses (more like ‘treat yo self items’)
  • wishlist
  • january overview/month breakdown
  • weekly spread (monday 01 jan-today)
  • (semester timetable - my classes, teachers, lecture + tutorial times)
  • (grade tracker)
  • (assignment date checklist)
  • (readings checklist)

At the back of the bullet journal, I have lined paper for note-taking or jotting random things down. I love having space to write important information so that will be useful. Plus I have to specifically get my English relatives to ship me the grid paper so I don’t want to waste it for random notes! At the very end I’ve got to-do list pages where I can note down things for assignments or for over the weekend. Also the little grey thing in the left corner of the second photo, it a task pad which slots into the discs and just gives you another space for writing down bits and bobs when you need to be quick! 

Hope this is useful. I’m happy to do a more in-depth post or a review of the notebook system, if anyone is interested. Just let know in a message or reply! x

31/100 days of productivity

08.06.17 back to school after a productive summer (!!!) I stuck with time tracker weekly spreads just to be more aware of the time I waste. I did quite a few clinical attachments over the summer (see review in photo), so if anyone needs help/thinking about applying to medicine hmu!

Hi friends! Today I’ll be sharing with you a list of apps that I’ve found useful in my life as a student. I’m currently in my second week at community college and adjusting to that #collegelife. A lot of these apps are helpful for both high school and college students while some pertain to living on campus/ meeting new people. This is not a comprehensive list by any means, but I hope you find some new apps that may have some purpose for you!

Academic

Forest-

an app a lot of you probably already know about, forest allows you to set a timer for long you want to be productive and stay off your phone. In that time, a tree grows and is placed in your digital forest. If you go into another app during the time, however, the tree will die :(

Duolingo

- a well-known language learning app, duolingo is simple to use and focuses on words and sentence structure in your target language.

Memrise-

similar to duolingo, but has a larger database of words and generally more to it. try both out to see which you like more!

Quizlet-

a classic/ essential! create notecards and use a variety of methods to study them. my favorite part is that you can input your next test date and it will create a study plan for you and remind you to keep revising until you’ve mastered all the concepts.

I would also recommend downloading the app for whatever your school’s online learning platform is (if you use one). It’s so helpful to be able to quickly check what assignments you have due, check grades, and message your instructors right from your phone.

Health

Cronometer- a simple and very comprehensive food tracker that has every food you can think of and shows you every macro and micronutrient you’ve consumed. it is important to make sure you’re consuming the proper amount of nutrients and this is the only app i’ve found that is free and shows you everything. there is also a place to log your weight and other biometrics and see trends over time.

Lifesum- another food tracker that gives tips on how to be healthier. beautiful interface and easy to use, although more in depth features require a membership.

MC- my cycles is a period tracker that allows you to input your flow, symptoms, mood, and any medications to effectively track your period with a simple and beautiful interface.

Foodstand- a great app for tracking nutrition, fitness, and water intake goals. all you have to do is draw a checkmark on the screen every time you’ve taken a step towards your selected goal!

Stop, breathe, and think- a fantastic meditation app! Input how you are feeling mentally and physically and the app will generate a list of guided meditations for you to choose from.

Sworkit- strength, cardio, flexibility, and yoga workouts, many of which don’t require equipment and are dorm friendly. you can even customize your own workout with your favorite moves!

Waterminder- water and liquid tracker, there’s all there is to it!

LaLa Lunchbox- this app is geared towards little kids but it allows you to create a meal plan and put foods from each category into your “lunchbox” to create an easy and healthy meal. depending on what foods you select for the week, the app generates a shopping list as well! this is so important to me since i commute and there is nowhere on campus to buy food.

Sleep

Sleeptown- from the same developers as forest, you input your bedtime and wake up time and leave the app open while you sleep (your phone can be turned off). while you sleep, a building is constructed and added to your town. if you go to bed too late or go on your phone, the building is destroyed. it has an alarm in app and helps to develop a consistent sleep schedule.

Carrot Alarm- this app was KEY for me back when i had trouble waking up in the mornings. basically, the AI robot screams at you and forces you to perform certain tasks in order to turn the alarm off. I wouldn’t recommend if you live in a dorm unless your roommate is on board.

Sleep Time- a sleep tracker that monitors your breathing and movement to determine the best time to wake you up so you don’t feel groggy in the morning.

Social

Heyy- this is such a fun app for when you’re making connections with a ton of new people. Input any contact information and social medias into the app and when you meet someone, you select which information to share with them via airdrop. makes meeting new people so much easier!

Spaceteam- a fun game that requires multiple people to safely guide a spaceship through the galaxy. great for in the dorms when you and your friends want something silly to do, also great for making new friends!

1 Second Everyday- simply film one second of video everyday and the app compiles them into a single video so you can look back on all you did in the year.

Lifestyle

Productive- to do list and habit tracker with a simple and modern interface.

Thinglist- one list for all your tv shows, books, places, and other bucket list items.

Pinterest- find links and photos for studyspo, study tips, life hacks, style ideas, recipes, and sooo much more! you can organize them into “boards” so you can always find what you’re looking for.

Daily Budget- input your weekly income (or how much money you’ll allow yourself to spend in a week) and the app divides it among the days in the week. whenever you spend money the app deducts from that day (and the next if you spend too much) and any money you have left carries over to the next day.

Starbucks- the Starbucks app is great because it allows you to digitalize your gold card (spend $75 and get a free drink or food item) and gift cards, place mobile orders, and partake in challenges to earn more rewards.

Other

Youtube- pretty self-explanatory, but you can find so many tips for school, life, health, etc. on youtube!

Google Photos- free up phone space by automatically backing up all of your photos online.

Spotify- find and create playlists for any mood, including sleeping or studying. the free version works great but premium membership is only $5/month for students!

Netflix- obviously.

There you have it, the apps I can’t live without! I hope you find them helpful! Study hard!

FREE STUFF 2017

Happy Sunday! I hit the 500+ followers mark the other day, and as thanks for loving on my blog, I spent several hours compiling a masterpost of everything in my #free stuff tag. (Why did it take several hours? Welllll, I tend to reblog every printable I see. I’m not sure how many are in this list, but I tried to briefly describe each one to make it easier for you.) 

Tysm <3


Printables


  • Calendars:

Minimal year overview

Year overview calendar (options to start on Monday or Sunday)

Year overview (2 options: black & white or with colored blobs)

Year overview (2 options: black & white or colorful)


  • Monthly Planners:

A5 monthly planner where you enter in the days, bee themed

Black and white monthly planners for 2017


  • Weekly Planners:

Black & white, Monday-Sunday, 10 items per day, section for notes

Weekly planner, Monday-Sunday, w. weekly goals

Minimalist weekly (two styles of printables)

Colorful weekly planner

(Multiple options) 12 hr clock or 24 hr clock or dues/to dos in peach, pink, lilac, blue, mint

Weekly planner (either blank, lined, graphed, or two columns) (also in Portuguese)

2 page printable (3 colors: blush, teal, gray)

Weekly planner (7 colors:  blue, green, pink, purple, teal, yellow, black and white)

“This week’s plan of attack”, Monday-Sunday

Weekly planners in horizontal or vertical style (colors: B&W, green, yellow, pink, blue)

Weekly planner either in pink deco or black (colors: green, blue, aqua, lavender, pink, red, yellow)

(All available in mint, blue, or lilac) 3 styles: with assignments, events, and goals; with times; with times, events, goals


  • Daily Planners:

Planner with time table, notes, to do list, tomorrow plans, and water tracker

Lemon-themed to do list, time to task tracker, and notes

A week’s worth of daily planners, each with time to task tracker, water tracker, goal, and motivational quote

Green-blue, w. to do, water trackers, notes, appointments, & quote sections

Minimalist daily

Time to task, goals, notes, water, food (3 options, in pink, blue, or gray)

Top three, to do, today’s goal, water tracker, happy thought, schedule (in pink or gray)

To do list, time to task, notes, reminders, top three, habit tracker (6 colors: plain, grey, green, blue, purple, pink)

Daily planner (7 colors: blue, green, pink, purple, teal, yellow, black and white)

Daily planners/agendas (10 different cutesy styles!)


  • Timetables:

“You are limitless” timetable, Monday-Sunday, lots of time slots

12 hour timetable, Monday-Friday, space for notes and color code key

12 hour timetable, Monday-Sunday, times already filled in

12 hour plan (in 4 colors)

Simple 24 hour timetable (you fill in the slots)


  • Checklists

To do lists (4 of them) in pastel w. lots of items

To do list (4 colors)

Task list (5 colors: pink, blue, green, purple, yellow) w. quotes

Weekly self care checklist

Simple to do list with arrows

Simple to do list with flowers, 11 items

Simple to do with progress tracker

Minimalist to do

Floral to do list (in pink or blue)

To do list (2 versions, multiple colors)


  • School-related:

Vocabulary & keywords tracker

Reading tracker printable (w. due date & pages)

Reading trackers & notes

Reading notes w. book info & follow up points and questions

Textbook notes (3 types: chapter summary, important people, keywords) (4 colors: yellow, blue, pink, green)

Revision plan

Prioritizing table

Grid for Cornell notes 

Note taking printables (5 styles: Cornell, grid, side margin, middle margin, plain)

Notes (2 styles: dotted and regular)

Grade tracker

Grade tracker (5 colors available: black, gray, blue, red, yellow) (two styles)

Assignment feedback (multiple colors)

Homework overview 

Study organizer and daily student planner (2 printables) 

Study schedule (4 colors)

4 printables: month planner, meal planner, weak planner, habit tracker

5 printables: study planner, topics to study, study techniques page, study schedule, motivation page

5 printables: Classes information, class information, assignment planner, revision planner, meal planner

12 printables: habit tracker, life planner, month planner w. productivity tracker, project management sheet, exam prep cheat sheet, book review page, book character review page, book tracker, glossary, task list, quotes sheet, formula sheet 

3 printables: weekly water log, pomodoro planner, habit tracker & info 

Exam study pack (8 options): IFTTT, exam schedule, monthly calendar, major topics, scoreboard & graph, d-day calendar, weekly calendar, self-evaluation


  • Other:

Habit tracker for one month

Habit tracker for one month (5 colors - pink, green, purple, yellow, dark gray - 8 options)

Habit chart for one month

Sleep tracker

Project tracker w. patterned sides (5 different patterns)

Goal planning w. marble theme

100 Days of Productivity printable

100 Days of Productivity printable

Motivational quotes

File dividers - nature inspired (green), a4 (two options)

Folder inserts (8 options)

Budget planner

Financial planner - colorful

Monthly finances

No spend challenge

Handwriting practice guide


Downloads


  • Calendars - Desktop

Minimalist white calendar

White calendar with inspiring quotes


  • Wallpapers - Desktop

motivational quotes in shades of pink/rose/red

“Think positive” in pink


  • Wallpaper - phone

Motivational lockscreens


Free Stuff

4 minimalist icons

Caregiver 101: Rewards and Punishments (NonSexual Ver)

I am still debating whether I should do something that adds sexual stuff to it as I am a safe place for all littles. Maybe you guys can reply to this and tell me if you think that is acceptable.

Welcome to my new CG 101. I am TonberryKitten and while I am not a CG I do research things. I do talk to other people and get what they have to say too. This will be a list of rewards and punishments along with some things that might be rewarded or punished for. These will be nonsexual! If you would like to add to this you can reblog, send an ask, reply, or message me and I can make edits.

Rewards

Honestly, I am a big fan of earning points and chore charts/wheels for prizes or extra privileges. Positive reinforcement and incentives always help me to do better. However you can also reward your little for just being especially good one day…or maybe they did something like getting good grades…the possibilities are endless.

Reasons for rewards:

-Good grades

-Does Chores

-Having a good day

- Accomplished a good deed

- Accomplished a goal or milestone

-Good habits (eating healthy, drinking water, ect)

- Healthy hobbies (Gardening, art, ect but in moderation)

- Limiting unhealthy habits (Obsessive things, too many sweets, ECT)

- Sometimes it is good to just give rewards just cause!

Trackers

Here are various ideas that you can use to keep track of good and bad behaviors. These are really good if you are using a point like awards system.

-Bullet Journals, Diaries, ECT- I personally have a bullet journal that I track my good and bad habits in and also my moods. I also have a points tracker in it so that I can keep track of my rewards

- Chore Charts, Sticker charts, Chore wheels - All good ways of keeping track of what they do. Let your little do the filling in and praise them after they do and they will quickly fall into a good routine.

- Monies! or as big people might call them…fake money, real money, or coupons. You can make your own Little Bucks that they can trade for various reward prizes.

- Fill the Jar - Use Marbles, Beads, candy, fake coins, ect to fill a jar. Kind of like a swear jar only for good things instead of bad. This is good double as a punishment too as you can take things out when they are bad.

Rewards:

Small - small toys, stickers, hugs, kisses, praises, trips to the park or ice cream shop. Something that isn’t going to break your bank and will be a quick reward for your little. Maybe have a few bought already and in a drawer or box and let them pick from it. Maybe even give them a set time that they can pick what you guys do together, pens and paper/notebook, coloring book, markers, crayons, blind bags or boxes

Medium - These will be a little bit more pricey and hard to get. Small stuffies, gift cards, Sets of things (Coloring book and crayons, new movie and popcorn), I am going to add more sweets in here while they won’t cost much you want to make sure they work for them since it not good for them to have too many sweets. Let them pick an activity like going to the movies or restaurant, a new game. Nice priced toys.

Large: Stuffies, new outfits, new play gear (if they are a pet), more expensive priced toys, something they want badly (Like I want a camera) 

Of course, there are still things like extending privileges, adding time to a bedtime. Adding more time on the phone, ect.

Punishments

Bleh! Nobody likes these :( however if you talk about the good you have to talk about the bad. Let’s give some ideas of reasons to punish, punishments, and what to not punish for and what shouldn’t be used as punishment.

Reasons:

I know I know some of these are obvious but I am trying to give ideas here. So here are some common reasons I think Littles are punished for.

- Bratty behavior or bad behavior

-Not listening

-Failing to do a chore several times or not doing it when asked

-Lying or hiding things

-Too much of a bad thing (Sweet sneaking)

-Failing to do self care out of laziness

DO NOT PUNISH FOR:

- Depression, anxiety, self-harm, illness:  if they don’t get a homework assignment or chore done because they were too depressed to get out of bed. Punishing them will only make it worse!

- Not accomplishing something due to conflict with time. If that final paper is half of their grade and they have to stay up and finish it that is fine. Not having time to accomplish a chore due to work or school is also fine but they should provide proof of this. Weigh what is more important.

Punishments:

-Scolding or warnings 

- Taking away a privilage (Phone, internet, ect)

- Taking away reward tracker

- Limiting time with CG (never ever remove time completely this is a really harsh punishment)

- Taking away of toys (Never their saftey item)

- Time out, Corner sitting

-Line writing

- Hand sitting, kneeling on rice, ect (These can be a bit painful)

-Spanking

- Soap, Hot sauce, Yuckies in mouth

For a few more details of a list you can visit my post here: [LINK]

DO NOT USE AS PUNISHMENT:

 - Do not take away a security item (blanket, stuffy, paci, toy)

- Do not threaten to leave

- Do not hit them anywhere but the butt and only open hand on butt

- Do not remove yourself for an extended period of time.

- Insulting or Cussing at a little is no way to get your point across. No mental abuse.

- Cutting or physical abuse in any way

- Doing anything that can cause a phobia. EX: Locking them in a tight space, dunking them under water, ect

ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS remember the importance of aftercare.

This is about all I can think of for right now. If you want to add to the list of have suggestions I am always open to hearing them! Send them in messages, asks, or replies to this post! I use the tag TonberryKitten101s for any of these that I do.

RIP Club Penguin

I was the little girl who had all of the puffles in real life, and made them into little families with the keychains as the babies

I was the little girl who would always bring my Card Jitsu cards to primary school and I’d set all of my little friends up on a mat during lunch break and teach them how to play

I was the little girl who always had a membership and subsequently made my friends hella jealous because of all my puffles, clothes, and furniture

I was the little girl who only ever got to meet one ‘penguin celebrity’ - Rockhopper - and spent most of my time on tracker websites trying to track the other ones.

I was the little girl who was a badass at bean counters and taught all my friends about the jelly bean version

I was the little girl who occasionally got random penguins banned because I was a bit of a bitch

I was the little girl who used all the puffle coin codes before giving them to other kids, only for them to learn that they were no longer valid

I was the little girl who had a giant Club Penguin 9th birthday, which was probably the coolest one my school had ever seen - complete with a cake that looked like a blue puffle

I was the little girl who got her Club Penguin cards stolen by a little shitty boy and tried to track them down with @pidgeonkatie and my other friends before a boy named Hugh saved the day

I was the girl who’d organise server meet and greets and log onto Club Penguin in the school computer labs even where I wasn’t allowed

I was the girl who forgot to get my puffles all the time and never failed at feeling bad about it

I was the girl who first played Club Penguin at my friend’s house, only to think it was the coolest thing ever

I was the little girl who loved that game with my whole heart, and despite having never played it in like five years, I still feel a little sad that it’s over.

Thanks for being such a great friend to a little girl, Club Penguin, and thanks MortaDela, Rose8008, and all my other primary school friends I’d always play with.

Transpontine

(also on ao3)

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“Where is he, Q?” M asked tersely when Q answered the phone.

“I’m not sure. The tracker is offline, ma'am, I–”

“Well, I suggest you get it back on. And quickly.”

“Yes, ma'am.”

Q held in the sigh. This was not the first time that week the tracker had been offline - something that might have gotten Q in trouble if it weren’t for whom the tracker was attached to. Bond had apparently figured out how to deactivate it and had done so periodically throughout his mission. It was unsafe and negligent, not to mention it pissed Q off to no end.

“Q.”

“One moment, ma'am,” he said as his fingers flew over the keyboard.

He opened the program on his computer and went through the process of reactivating it manually, as he had done each time previously.

“Well, he appears to be on Earth,” Q said as the program came back online.

M did not respond and Q cleared his throat.

“England, specifically,” he said as the map zoomed in. “London, south of the Thames, along Oval Pl–”

Q clamped his mouth closed and pursed his lips.

“Q? What is it?”

“Sorry, ma'am,” he said, “I have to go to the loo.”

“The loo? Can’t that wai–”

He quickly pressed the button on the phone and ended the call. He was certain to catch bloody hell for that later, but not before he unleashed some of his own. After grabbing his jacket, he left the building and caught the afternoon bus, rode it to the juncture of Dorset and Meadow. Then he walked the few blocks to his apartment, stomped up the stairs to the door, and opened it to be greeted by Bond standing in his kitchen and making a sandwich.

“Welcome home, love. Would you like me to make you one?”

“What I would like is for you to stop turning off your tracker, and to report to M as soon as you get back from a mission.”

“I was on my way. Just needed a bite first.”

“In that case, I hope you’re ready to get your ass chewed out–”

“Oh? Are you offering?” Bond asked with a smirk.

It took Q a few moments to realize what Bond was getting at, but when he did he felt his face flush and he frowned. “I’m not one to reward bad behavior.”

“And if I was good?”

“That would be cause for celebration indeed.”

Bond hummed. “Then perhaps I should start with this.”

He came over and grabbed Q’s chin, tilted his head back and pressed their mouths together, ran his tongue over Q’s lips–

“Am I interrupting something?”

They split apart and turned towards the apartment door where M had just entered sporting a deep frown and a stern glare.

Shit.

“I’m glad to see you’ve made it back to London, 007, but I think you’re priorities are a little off the mark. We have things to discuss.”

“In my defense he wasn’t supposed to fall off the roof.”

M ignored him and looked at Q. “You and I need to talk as well.”

“Yes, ma’am.”

“I have a car waiting outside. Let’s shove off.” She turned pointedly and walked out of Q’s apartment.

“I think that went well,” Bond said.

Q elbowed him in the side.

Time Tracking Systems: How They Help Businesses Grow

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“Dirty Laundry” - Peter Parker x Reader

Word Count: 2748

Warnings: angst feat. a pinch of fluff (but mostly angst)

Author’s Note: This month’s song (or technically last month… it’s for March) is Dirty Laundry by All Time Low. I’m so sorry this took a bit longer than planned, but I hope yall enjoy! The song is kinda about lying… (*coughs* Y/n? *coughs again*) so yeah, expect an argument about that :)

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What is apparent throughout the whole episode, from every interaction between MH and BS, is THAT MIN HYUK IS MAKING EVERYTHING ABOUT BS. He wants to help her, but in a way that doesn’t get her killed or hurt. He knows best how she rushes to help those she loves, how recklessly with a complete disregard of her own safety. HE KNOWS BECAUSE HE TOOK THAT KNIFE FOR, HE KNOWS IT ALL AND HAS A SCAR TO PROVE IT. So all he wants now, is to make sure that she doesn’t find herself in the same danger.

He is literally imploring her here not to do this own her own, not to abandon her own safety, because he is desperate to protect her and that very desperation makes him put on her that key necklace and beg her to wear it all the time. It has a tracker device and he does it without her permission but he would rather have her hate him than have anything happen to her - HE IS READY TO PROTECT HER FROM THE WHOLE WORLD, EVEN IF IT MEANS PROTECTING HER FROM HERSELF AND HER OWN SELFLESS HEART.

This whole moment is so beautiful and precious because BS in her stupor and grief is almost oblivious to most of what MH is saying to her, but he is so desperately trying to get through to her, to soothe her (OMG! That little gesture of placing a blanket on her knees! You don’t see it but you know he did it because she is unable to do anything in her state), to wipe away her tears while being on his knees the whole time.

What I have in my journal

Monthly Spread- to have an overview of the month and to see how busy I will be.

Weekly Spread- to be able to write details about an event, can be use as a to-do list, and for time management.

•Habit Tracker/Goal Tracker- keeps track of everything and reminds me of the things I have to do to improve myself and grow :).

Sleep Tracker- an overview of how much or how little I slept in a week or month.

•Water Tracker- to see if I drink enough water or not.

•Goals Page- a page that is filled with my goals for the month or year and it also has the reasons of why I want to reach those goals. Every time I feel unmotivated, I just check the goals page to be reminded.     

•Index- to know where certain things are in the journal.

•Quotes- it motivates and remind.

•Drawings, Paintings, Pictures- makes the journal more personalize and pretty.

•Homework List- keeps track of all the homework I get for each month (so I don’t forget anything and pass everything on time).

•Books Wishlist- where I write down all the books I want to buy and read.

•Skincare Tips- every time my skin needs a boost, I can always go back to this page for nice tips.

•Recipes- healthy and yummy recipes I want to try and make.

•Passwords- just incase I forget my password (just be careful and make sure no one sees it).

•Things to save up for- reminds me why I have to work hard and so, I don’t forget what I want when I have the money.

•Dictionary- a collection of words I didn’t know, with their definitions. 

•Journal Entries- to release thoughts and to write down nice memories. I don’t do it often, just when I need to.

•Workouts- a bunch of exercises to try out in the gym or at home. 

•Gratitude Page- reminds me of all the things/people that made/makes me happy.

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My Bullet Journal Set Up

So some of you have asked me about my bullet journal (I’m looking at you, @munirastudies (and some anons - hi anons!)). Here it is: my set-up!

I previously did a post on my bullet journal at the very beginning of this studyblr, which can be found here. It’s just changed so much since then that I decided I’d post a new one!

- 1 - I’ve got a dotted Leuchtturm1917 A5 notebook in a really dark blue - which fits because I’m Ravenclaw. I was actually planning on painting the house crest on the front cover, but I never got to do it… but I think I’ll do it soon haha.

- 2 - When you look at my bullet journal you’ll see that I have some bright tags there. They really help me find stuff quicker (but they aren’t sticky enough so they often get loose.. I should change that). You can see my tag list in picture

- 3 - and it’s at the very end of the notebook. For those of you who don’t know this system yet, it’s really simple! You just decide how you want to tag that page, for example “books” as I did in mine, and go to the back of your notebook to write it down there. Then you choose a colour and put a strip of washi tape (or I use post it flags) on that page in the back and also on the page you want to tag so that the colours are in one line and you can see them from the outside (god I’m bad at explaining this but I can’t find the page that explained it to me, sorry!).

- 4 - On the first three pages there’s an index, and I use the first page for years and months, then the second page (which you can see in the picture) I use for anything else.

- 5 - Then there’s my key. I have a colour coding system, but I use some colours twice (which is really bad, I know) because there just weren’t enough colours! I have one colour for each subject, then also for other parts of my life like work, family and friends, uni in general and health (which is anything really: when I eat, doctor’s appointments, when I clean my flat etc). There’s also a key for my expenses which I rarely use anymore, and one for how long it took me to do a task which I also don’t use anymore.

- 6 - In this picture, and also the one before, you can see my yearly overview (which I am still so proud of because I thinks it’s really pretty). I only write down really important stuff in there, and things I’m looking forward to.

- 7 - Now we come to the more important stuff in my bullet journal. In this picture you can see my monthly overview. Here I write down everything that happens that particular month, like when I have to work, exams, family and friends stuff, and birthdays etc. I also have space for goals that I want to achieve that month, and an expenses table. This really helps me because often times I would just go shopping for books and stuff and spend so much money (which you can see hasn’t really improved much {{I spent 70€ on books last month?!}}). Now I can see how much I spend and what I should do better next month (like, I should definitely buy less books {{I actually spent more money on books this month and it’s not even halfway through but shush}}). On the next page there’s an example of a weekly overview. This one looks pretty much the same every week (at least the layout). Here are some more examples:

There’s always space for my weekly goals, then a food table where I write down everything I eat (which should make me more aware of what I eat and change my habits of eating - but it kind of doesn’t), underneath that there’s my habit tracker (and you can see I’m not very good at that either), and then there’s some kind of time tracker…? I don’t know what it’s called, I just thought I needed to know how I spend my time each day, like if there’s a lot of pink I’ve been doing a lot for myself (reading, watching movies, listening to music), if there’s lots of yellow I did a lot with friends and family, then there’s days where I was very creative and a lot of the time is purple - or if there’s lots of green (history) and red (English) I did a lot for uni. I really like this one (and I think I came up with it myself, but if someone has already claimed credit I give it all to you haha).

- 8 - Let’s just ignore the fact that this was one of my most unproductive weeks of all time (like, do you see how often I migrated tasks here?!). Just like my weekly overviews, my daily overviews look pretty much the same every week - at least the basic layout. I get bored of a certain layout about halfway through the week, so I try to come up with a new one every week. See how I got an arrow based layout in the orange overview, and kind of tree/nature based in the green one? What I always include is how much water I drink. I try to drink 12 glasses of water, which in my case is about 2,5 litres. Then there’s the basic to do list thing that bullet journals have. I include my colour code here as well, it just makes it easier for me to see what kind of things I have to do each day. Some more examples:

- 9 - I also have pages in my bullet journal that I use for lists, uni stuff, recs, organisation and personal stuff. In this picture you can see my “books to read” list. On the first example picture of the daily pages you can also see my wish list (which only has “money” on it - figures) and a pro/contra list about the two options I have for my stay abroad. Here are some more examples:

My saving goals page (which isn’t really done yet) and my schedule for this semester(which doesn’t have the hours on it):

and a “movies to watch” list (some spelling mistakes included):

- 10 - This last picture is my current spread. I saw this on tumblr and wanted to try it, but my colour code kind of destroys it. Maybe I’ll try it again some time without my colour code… Here’s another picture of the weekly overview:

Wow. This got a little out of hand! I hope you enjoy this :)