Hello Kitty Tumblr Themes

There are so many fruits you haven’t tasted

so many beautiful songs you have not discovered

spices you’ve never heard of 

and intriguing conversations you haven’t had 

there are oceans you have not felt 

and plants you’ve never seen

books you’ve never read

and souls your heart has not touched

this Earth is incredible.

This is why I chose to leave


okxo:

this is the cutest gif ever

okxo:

this is the cutest gif ever


Go to a coffee shop. Sit by the bar with the glass windows and look out. Look at all the people running to catch a train. All the girls with one too many shopping bags. All the couples too in love to care. Then you’ll see it - a bit of yourself in everyone. And somehow, sitting alone in a coffee shop had never felt so good.

note to self (via c0ntemplations)

Kids, you can’t cling to the past. Because no matter how tightly you hold on, it’s already gone.

"How I Met Your Mother" (via introspectivepoet)

fassyy:

Before the exam:

  • Look through your lecture notes and see what points your teacher/teachers touched on and study these things a bit more.
  • Learn speed reading, you can find tips on that here.
  • If you have several books on the same subject try to find the similar themes.
  • After reading all…

psych-facts:

Studying for 30-50 minutes at a time (with 10 minute breaks in between) is the most effective way to retain information.
Studies suggest that when you study a little bit at a time each day, you’re more likely to remember what you learn. The study compares people’s ability to remember a list of words they learn on a test day where the participants either studied a list of words all on the same day or if they spread out the studying throughout different time interval. The study finds that spreading out your studies throughout different times helps you recall more information. This might be, because more fewer burden is placed on the brain (learning too much information on the same day) and that more time is given for the brain to process information. 
I feel that studying every day would be the most effective. You don’t have to take the breaks like what the study says. Just make sure not to procrastinate if you can. 

psych-facts:

Studying for 30-50 minutes at a time (with 10 minute breaks in between) is the most effective way to retain information.

Studies suggest that when you study a little bit at a time each day, you’re more likely to remember what you learn. The study compares people’s ability to remember a list of words they learn on a test day where the participants either studied a list of words all on the same day or if they spread out the studying throughout different time interval. The study finds that spreading out your studies throughout different times helps you recall more information. This might be, because more fewer burden is placed on the brain (learning too much information on the same day) and that more time is given for the brain to process information. 

I feel that studying every day would be the most effective. You don’t have to take the breaks like what the study says. Just make sure not to procrastinate if you can. 


surfursparadise:

dash is dead, following back everyone☾

surfursparadise:

dash is dead, following back everyone☾


sweatyeah:

legit-fitness:

fabstroid:

This is my fitblr

I love this! Safe fitspo :)

You are not a machine.


totallystokedonyou:

New body of work I’m creating, entirely inspired by Drake.

totallystokedonyou:

New body of work I’m creating, entirely inspired by Drake.


dddanger:

Utkarsh Ambudkar

dddanger:

Utkarsh Ambudkar


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