psych2go:

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Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.
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psych2go:

For more posts like these, go visit psych2go

Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.

Fact submitted by: bonjourtammy

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school-spo:
Receive the assignment: Read the instructions, look over the rubric, ask your teacher about any questions you might have
Make a plan: Map out your project. Set deadlines and little goals to get things done without all the stress
Budget your time wisely: When is the project due? Do you have other obligations that may make it difficult for you to finish your project on a set date?
Do your research! Make sure you know what you’re talking about! 
Create a research outline: Take organized, color coded notes! It’ll make it a lot easier to write the essay
Write a rough draft: Use all your good notes to write a rough draft
Have a peer edit: Ask a respected peer to edit your paper! Or, if possible, get your teacher to look it over and see any improvements it might need
Edit and create a final draft: Take their edits into consideration, and create your final draft
Hand it in! 

school-spo:

  1. Receive the assignment: Read the instructions, look over the rubric, ask your teacher about any questions you might have
  2. Make a plan: Map out your project. Set deadlines and little goals to get things done without all the stress
  3. Budget your time wisely: When is the project due? Do you have other obligations that may make it difficult for you to finish your project on a set date?
  4. Do your research! Make sure you know what you’re talking about! 
  5. Create a research outline: Take organized, color coded notes! It’ll make it a lot easier to write the essay
  6. Write a rough draft: Use all your good notes to write a rough draft
  7. Have a peer edit: Ask a respected peer to edit your paper! Or, if possible, get your teacher to look it over and see any improvements it might need
  8. Edit and create a final draft: Take their edits into consideration, and create your final draft
  9. Hand it in! 

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Things you can do to be happier:

perfect-progression:

  • Go to bed earlier
  • Finish things ahead of time
  • Eat whole-food
  • Exercise
  • Be present
  • Organize
  • Listen to music
  • Think positively
  • Drink lots of water
  • Journal
  • Read
  • Be productive
  • Eat fresh fruit
  • Breathe deeply
  • Go for a bike ride

Create | Motivate | Inspire

(via thestudyspirit)

saltlakestudypunk:

My back to school supplies!

~ this may seem like it’s late but in the UK school doesn’t start until September :) ~

1. My new journal

2. Ballpoint pens and highlighters

3. ALL my stuff like my iPad mini and thesaurus

4. My new PINK planner for school and a weekly one for my desk

5. POST-ITS!!!!!

~ I’m very excited and in less than a week I’ll be at my dream college! The work will always be worth it.~

(via attackonstudying)