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collegeessayguy:

Don’t do this next semester / quarter!

collegeessayguy:

Don’t do this next semester / quarter!

collegeessayguy:

1. Coffitivity

Work with coffeeshop sounds in the background.

Like I'm doing right now.

Like I’m doing right now.

2. Ethan’s Private Stash of Really Good Reads

For one of my recent jobs, I spent a year combing the web for the best long…

study-inspo:

I kid you not, the secret to my long-term memorization abilities is really just Cornell outlining. Here’s what you do:
Divide your paper into three parts: a bottom section (a few lines) and a top section, which is divided into a small column on the left and a big column on the right.
On the right- here is where you take your notes, preferably color coded On the left- for every line on the right of lecture notes, you write a question to match the notes. For example, if your line says “Bob shot Carl”, your question would be “who shot Carl” or “who did Bob shoot” On the bottom- write a summary of your notes. This should be very brief and written without looking at the notes.
How to use the Cornell outline: 1. Just making it already helps you retain information 2. Use the quiz questions you write later on when you are preparing for the exam- the answer is easy to find if you get stuck, and quiz questions are much better study tools than just reading notes 3. Read the summaries when you’re studying for a final- it takes less time and reminds you of the material you already learned but shoved in the back of your brain.
Good luck my little worker bees!

study-inspo:

I kid you not, the secret to my long-term memorization abilities is really just Cornell outlining. Here’s what you do:

Divide your paper into three parts: a bottom section (a few lines) and a top section, which is divided into a small column on the left and a big column on the right.

On the right- here is where you take your notes, preferably color coded
On the left- for every line on the right of lecture notes, you write a question to match the notes. For example, if your line says “Bob shot Carl”, your question would be “who shot Carl” or “who did Bob shoot”
On the bottom- write a summary of your notes. This should be very brief and written without looking at the notes.

How to use the Cornell outline:
1. Just making it already helps you retain information
2. Use the quiz questions you write later on when you are preparing for the exam- the answer is easy to find if you get stuck, and quiz questions are much better study tools than just reading notes
3. Read the summaries when you’re studying for a final- it takes less time and reminds you of the material you already learned but shoved in the back of your brain.

Good luck my little worker bees!

no-more-ramen:

Hey friends! This is a simple and easy black bean soup that is really versatile. It can be good for low spoons because you can just throw it all in a crockpot. Here’s what you will need:

  • 2 cans of black beans
  • 1 can of diced tomatoes
  • 2 cans of broth (I like to use vegetable but chicken works…

adverber:

ball is life

Ball so hard, tiggas wanna stand by me.

smithsonianmag:

Photo of the Day: Nevada Impala
Photo by Beverly Houwing (Beverly Hills, CA, USA); Rhyolite, NV, USA

smithsonianmag:

Photo of the Day: Nevada Impala

Photo by Beverly Houwing (Beverly Hills, CA, USA); Rhyolite, NV, USA

kushandwizdom:

Everything Love

nybg:

fastcodesign:

On Tuesday, a bonsai tree boldly went where no bonsai tree has gone before.

Azuma Makoto, a 38-year-old artist based in Tokyo, launched two botanical arrangements into orbit: “Shiki 1,” a Japanese white pine bonsai tree suspended from a metal frame, and an untitled arrangement of orchids, lilies, hydrangeas, and irises.

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Pair this with that time Anamanaguchi sent a slice of pizza into space and the past couple of years have been good for orbital art. After being launched from the site of Burning Man in Nevada, the botanical rigs traveled to about 90,000 feet before descending back to Earth, where they were found around five miles from the launch site. —MN

Have the various space agencies ever left plants suspended in the vacuum for extended periods of time, and if so, do you have information on what happens to them?

spiritguide:

WHOA THERE COOL IT THAT’S WAAAAY TOO MUCH FROSTING FOR ONE DUNKAROO YOU GOTTA RATION THAT SHIT

spiritguide:

WHOA THERE COOL IT THAT’S WAAAAY TOO MUCH FROSTING FOR ONE DUNKAROO YOU GOTTA RATION THAT SHIT

thesufjanstevensmodel5000:

he’s just not that into you

thesufjanstevensmodel5000:

he’s just not that into you