Well, well.

Just a little update, I guess.

I haven’t really written anything (aside from my Arrival post) because of two reasons: a.) my academic and organization life had taken over my life last semester; and b.) it’s as if I lost my ability to write. Even now, I’m struggling to let the words flow freely.

But now I’m back and ready to churn out all the things I couldn’t write! Basically, this post will be a mess.

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How to Make Your Own Notebook!

Remember this post about a notebook that we made? If you’re interested in making one for yourself, you can now read a tutorial of it below, written by Fact + Fiction. (It requires a lot of patience, but it’s definitely worth it!)

Fact + Fiction

I’ve always been very particular about things. If they don’t have what I’m looking for in the store, I’d do my best to create it. This midyear term, mysister was looking for a graphing notebook but she didn’t find what she was looking for. I was feeling creative at the time so I offered to make her one! 

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05 July 2016 // 8:26pm

I’m eating statistics (and drinking cheap coffee) for dinner tonight.

We’ll have our prefinal exam next Thursday and I’m honestly so scared because I still can’t grasp the concepts in sampling distributions.

Good thing it’s a holiday tomorrow; hopefully, I’d be able to use the time to understand difficult topics instead of binge-watching the first season of Orphan Black.

09 June 2016 // 12:25pm

For the past few weeks, I’ve been trying to find a cute notebook that i could use for my statistics class next week. I failed to find one, so my sister decided to make one for me, and the photo above is the end product!

It’s all handmade—we printed the pages ourselves, made the cover ourselves, etc. but!!! we got the rabbits on the internet, so credits to whoever made these adorable drawings. I can’t wait to use this notebook.

Here’s a tutorial on how we made the notebook!


Taken from my studyblr post.

Saunters, Succulents, & Mythical Stories

For today’s attempt at being pseudo-productive, I decided to go the extra mile and actually get out of the house. Yes, I actually, truly got out of my natural habitat and it was great. Also, I became a gardener (sort of) for a day and I took a first step in facing one of my biggest fears: commitment.

This will all probably make sense if I explain it and, surprise, that’s exactly what I’m about to do.

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