I hope you are all good. I decided to make a post like this because people have been asking me how to study. While I don't think that there is anything particularly amazing about my studying habits, I will share what I do and hopefully you find the information useful.
Find a good spot to study. I study at the dining table. I know many people need solitude when studying and if that is the case find the most quiet place in your house (hopefully you won't have to resort to the bathroom). I like studying at the dining table because I need room when I study. Also when food is ready I'm the first one at the table.
If you feel like you listen to music try listening to classical. I personally can not study with any other type of music and words are too distracting (especially when reading).
Give yourself time limits when doing things. It took me a while to figure this one out but it is necessary (to me). Time limits stop you from procrastinating and keep you on track! It may be helpful to make these time limits before you begin studying and write them down. Which leads me to my next point...
Keep a planner or agenda book! Set goals/stay organized!
If you haven't noticed, as of late, I have been very much into room decor and this includes fancy light fixtures. Sadly the electrical layout of my room does not support a having a fancy chandelier (if I were to have one, I would have to remove my ceiling fan and I'm not doing that), maybe in the future I can do something about that.
Anyway... if you couldn't tell already... I find lighting a very important part of a room; it sets the mood etc. So if any of you guys are planning on jazzing up your room in any sort of way (without having to go all the way), I suggest getting a conversational light fixture. Here are some of the light fixtures I have been ogling:
With Valentine's Day less than one week away many of you are probably choosing date outfits etc. Here are some dresses from casual to ball gowns that I thought were cute. If anyone will be attending a Valentine's Day ball of sorts consider yourself super lucky! Even if you aren't attending such a glamorous event you can still enjoy the beauty of ball gowns (haha).
If you didn't read my last post I'll fill you in: I am back at school again, as of this passing week a new semester is underway. When this weekend finally arrived, I was ready to throw on some comfy clothes again (not like this week was especially hard or anything).
So here is a very casual outfit that can easily be changed from"bumming out" clothes to"going out" clothes, if your plans change.
How do you spend your weekends? How do you like to spend your weekends?