Oh look, I made a new printable. It seems like I always make one whenever a new academic year starts. Is it a good thing? I don’t know.
But here it is! I made a study schedule because I need to spend my time wisely this upcoming semester and I can also test my discipline with this printable. (Will I be able to stick to my schedule? Again, I don’t know.)
It comes with four colors; I’m never satisfied with only one.
The design is also pretty simple, so I’m sure it’ll match with your other printables!
I hope you like them and that you’ll use them for the upcoming school year!
Download link here
Mondays are always painted as the bad guy, as that one day you want to skip every week, so I thought I’d create something that shows Monday as something that we can also look forward to.
Also, a constant warning that my poems are crap.
Continue reading “Mondays.”
I’m in a slump. A summer slump, to be exact. I only have two weeks before midyear classes start and I don’t want to spend each day just rolling around my bed. But then, I don’t have enough money to try out new things outside the house. Also, all the cool places that I want to visit are outside the town. Hell, even the nearest cinema is outside of town.
Basically, I’m bored. I feel like after experiencing one hell of a semester, it just seems weird for me to not do anything—to not be stressed.
So to ease this weird feeling, I’ve decided to become productive for the next couple of weeks…pseudo-productive, that is.
(Because who are we kidding I can’t even stay productive for 2 minutes.)
My first try at being pseudo-productiveTM is organizing my laptop files, folders, and other documents I probably never knew I had. This whole post is a step-by-step process of how I organize my scheiße, but it’s not really helpful, to be honest.
So why am I sharing this on my blog, you ask? I have no idea either.
Continue reading “Organizing My Folders”
I made a thing.
No, not that illustration (which was created by Nan Sinchai, for those who are wondering). I made a playlist full of upbeat songs that get me all happy and positive whenever I’m feeling crappy and miserable.
Which is most of the time, to be honest.
You can listen to it here or you can click the photo above because that’s much more fun.
Continue reading “Have A Nice Day! (A Playlist)”