prrims:


so I’ve seen a lot of useful masterposts out there but I thought I should come up with an ULTIMATE one which sums up the highlights of the most popular ones. as an extremely stressed and anxious person, I know school is the hardest time of the year and that it highly influences people’s moods and even their health, so here’s a few tips and websites to help you cope.

Before 
Self-control 
10 tips to keep your desk organized!
Wake up and be productive!
How to get motivated to study?
Feeling okay?
Tips to help you focus
Everyday School
Organize your homework
Five note-taking methods
Kill your anxiety
Learning and studying techniques
Improve your studying skills
Workout everywhere!
Relax online
How to study
Study tips (downloadable)
A guide to University learning
Study skills for college students
Stress management
How to make organized notes
How to make a study schedule
The seven-day study schedule 
Bedtime calculator
Tests and Exams
How to cope with test anxiety?
Ap Cram Packets Galore 
How to pull an all-nighter and still do well on your exam
Thinking and memorizing
Study for your exams while donating food!
9 tips to help you focus when studying
Essay writing
Research and reading
How to write a kickass essay with 1/2 of the stress
How to write an essay
Guide to writing a basic essay
Essay writing: the basics
What makes a good essay?
How to google? (1) (2)
Writing tips
Harvard Writing Resources
Useful Websites
Convert anything to anything!
Every calculator you need!
Presentation help and tips
Make any webpage print friendly!
BeeLine Reader
Alternative to buying expensive textbooks
Best apps for students
Useful websites masterpost
Breaks
100,000 stars - experience the universe!
Need a hug?
Need to slap someone?
Watch the penguins!
The quiet place
Fly a line
Paint a nebula (personal favorite)
Weave Silk
Advice for people not having a good day
Cute, pleasant, calming games
MIT study break tips
Thisissand
Listen to the Harry Potter books!
Music
Rain
Ocean
Calm
Compilation of playlists
Download 8tracks mixes
Listen to every audio you ever posted/reblogged!
Food
365 Lunch Ideas
Quick and Healthy 4-Ingredient Breakfasts
35 Quick and Healthy Low-Calorie Lunches
17 Power Snacks for Studying
Microwave snacks you can cook on a mug!
18 Food Replacement Hacks
Don’t have any ingredients at home?
100 Healthy Study Snacks you should reach for instead
Broke and hungry college student masterpost
Extra
Choosing a major
Hungover: what not to do!
Ultimate masterpost for writers/roleplayers
Read books online and/or download them!
Learn a new language (exclusive Mac users)
Documentary films
How to alleviate menstrual cramps!
Freshman year survival tips

prrims:

so I’ve seen a lot of useful masterposts out there but I thought I should come up with an ULTIMATE one which sums up the highlights of the most popular ones. as an extremely stressed and anxious person, I know school is the hardest time of the year and that it highly influences people’s moods and even their health, so here’s a few tips and websites to help you cope.

Before 

Self-control 

10 tips to keep your desk organized!

Wake up and be productive!

How to get motivated to study?

Feeling okay?

Tips to help you focus

Everyday School

Organize your homework

Five note-taking methods

Kill your anxiety

Learning and studying techniques

Improve your studying skills

Workout everywhere!

Relax online

How to study

Study tips (downloadable)

A guide to University learning

Study skills for college students

Stress management

How to make organized notes

How to make a study schedule

The seven-day study schedule 

Bedtime calculator

Tests and Exams

How to cope with test anxiety?

Ap Cram Packets Galore 

How to pull an all-nighter and still do well on your exam

Thinking and memorizing

Study for your exams while donating food!

9 tips to help you focus when studying

Essay writing

Research and reading

How to write a kickass essay with 1/2 of the stress

How to write an essay

Guide to writing a basic essay

Essay writing: the basics

What makes a good essay?

How to google? (1) (2)

Writing tips

Harvard Writing Resources

Useful Websites

Convert anything to anything!

Every calculator you need!

Presentation help and tips

Make any webpage print friendly!

BeeLine Reader

Alternative to buying expensive textbooks

Best apps for students

Useful websites masterpost

Breaks

100,000 stars - experience the universe!

Need a hug?

Need to slap someone?

Watch the penguins!

The quiet place

Fly a line

Paint a nebula (personal favorite)

Weave Silk

Advice for people not having a good day

Cute, pleasant, calming games

MIT study break tips

Thisissand

Listen to the Harry Potter books!

Music

Rain

Ocean

Calm

Compilation of playlists

Download 8tracks mixes

Listen to every audio you ever posted/reblogged!

Food

365 Lunch Ideas

Quick and Healthy 4-Ingredient Breakfasts

35 Quick and Healthy Low-Calorie Lunches

17 Power Snacks for Studying

Microwave snacks you can cook on a mug!

18 Food Replacement Hacks

Don’t have any ingredients at home?

100 Healthy Study Snacks you should reach for instead

Broke and hungry college student masterpost

Extra

Choosing a major

Hungover: what not to do!

Ultimate masterpost for writers/roleplayers

Read books online and/or download them!

Learn a new language (exclusive Mac users)

Documentary films

How to alleviate menstrual cramps!

Freshman year survival tips

(via studyhardlikegranger)

I’m 36 and I am at a really good place in my life right now. And when I was your age, in college, I wasn’t. So don’t you let anyone tell you that college or your 20’s should automatically be the best part of your life, or that growing up and being an adult means everything goes downhill. That’s bullshit. I am so happy right now as a middle-aged person. That’s totally a thing. So don’t worry about growing up.

My chemistry professor today, just out of the blue. I thought it was really apropos for all college-aged individuals. (via pineapplemountain)

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dailydot:

Here’s Aretha Franklin’s stunning cover of ‘Rolling in the Deep’

Aretha Franklin has a new album of covers out on Oct. 21, and last night she debuted one of them on the Late Show with David Letterman: “Rolling in the Deep.”

Franklin starts the performance with the Adele song, then segues perfectly into Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” backed by a full band. Adele’s version already shakes the walls, but Franklin packed her own soulful punch.

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(via smartgirlsattheparty)

j-groffy:

treat other ladies like leslie knope treats ann perkins 

(via nerdyirishfeminist)

Emma Watson had so many valid points in her speech.

susiethemoderator:

I just don’t understand why she had to throw a fellow powerful feminist under the bus. BEYONCÉ performs the way she does, because that is what SHE (Beyoncé) wants.

The thing most white feminists ignore is that the Black female body is hyper sexualized and we can’t do most everyday activities…

censoredyetburning:

I can’t get over the accuracy of this tweet
@NesrineMalik

censoredyetburning:

I can’t get over the accuracy of this tweet

@NesrineMalik

(via reverseracism)

cocoabutterbabe:

This is an accessory store where everything is $1.

(via swimminghuman)

rookiemag:

A Beginner’s Guide to Improv

And how it will definitely enrich your life!
By Sandy. Collage by Hattie.

rookiemag:

A Beginner’s Guide to Improv

And how it will definitely enrich your life!

By Sandy. Collage by Hattie.

biruskis:

If the Winter Soldier was responsible for the Kennedy assassination and Magneto tried to STOP the Kennedy assassination then that must mean somehow Magneto lost a fight to a guy wITH AN ENTirE ARm MADE OF METAL

(via optimistsareunprepared)

Find someone like yourself. Find others.
Agree you will never desert each other.

robertodowney:

i made a thing

robertodowney:

i made a thing

(via pumpkinbvcky)