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heyrosiebee·6 days agoPhoto

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how to deal with failure: a brief guide for the completely done and utterly fed up student

first of all, recognise - and i don’t mean just read, internalise it - that failing is okay. you’re not dumb, you’re not unworthy of taking the class, you might’ve not even necessarily had the wrong approach; you did, however, in any case, have bad luck. and that can be changed. it absolutely can be changed and you do have the time to adjust your studying so you can make up for the misstep.
it’s gon be okay buttercup <3

1. vent to a friend/sb you’re close with

i personally attacked my bestie, talked to a few other ppl, and it helped get some of the frustration out. it’s also important you learn to speak to yourself how you would to a friend - you certainly wouldn’t tell them they’re a failure and won’t come back from this, would you? what you actively tell yourself shapes your subconscious thoughts.

2. catch up on the self care you’ve neglected when studying

get a long shower to wash the exam off, eat your meals slowly, get enough sleep (!), clean your room (unburden The Chair™ - srsly, do your laundry - and vacuum, change your bedsheets perhaps?)

3. make a study plan for the retake

be sure to make it realistic and flexible so you don’t end up inducing more stress (helpful posts: 1 2 3 4 (not mine)), try to finish all the topics at least 3 days before the exam so you can spend the last days refreshing your knowledge and preparing mentally instead of cramming.

4. reflect (critically) on your studying so far

is there anything you can do to get more out of your time? quality over quantity is super important when it comes to revision;
try implementing more active recall into your study sessions (some posts you can consult on this topic: 1 2 3 (not mine), what is active recall?) and spacing them out more; try to avoid cramming as it increases your stress levels and isn’t as affective with committing information to memory.
also, if you asses you could use some help, reach out! ask a friend, get in touch with your professor, seek advice online… getting help = showing readiness for improvement = mature and very welcome!

5. schedule self-care time

when you’re making your study plan, remember to also think of your mental and physical health
● you can space out little acts of self care throughout the week (i.e. take a bubble bath every sunday, schedule a weekly video call with your best friend, allot time to spend with your s/o, do a quick workout every day,…)
● or have a ‘mental health day’ for a whole day each week (i.e. on saturdays, only do things you enjoy - spend the day reading/drawing/binging netflix/baking/…); i personally like to space my self care throughout the week and go for a walk with my best friend every two weeks or so.
i’m not kidding, schedule your ‘me’ time into your planner. write. it. down.

6. sleep

i’ve mentioned it already but it’s so important it deserves it’s own bullet point - remember to also take good care of your brain. it is, after all, the organ working the hardest here. a whole day of studying, doing chores, talking to people, etc. has your synapses firing away like crazy, so sleeping is vital for them to recover and come back stronger the next day. give them time to cool down, process the information you’ve gathered throughout the day and store it somewhere you can access it later. seriously.
an important note here: there isn’t a single amount of sleep that is optimal for everyone - some people work best on 6 hours of sleep, some can’t go on less than 9. dedicate yourself to figuring out what works best for you and learn to plan your wake up time.
● option no. 1: get into the habit of going to sleep and waking up every. day. at. the. same. time. - a good routine is even more vital in these times when time doesn’t even matter bc we literally don’t go anywhere ever.
● option no. 2: if your uni/work schedule doesn’t allow you to establish a daily routine, try using sleepyti.me to calculate when you should wake up to feel most refreshed :)

hopefully these points can serve as a base/reference for your academic rebound <3
i wrote them up after straight up skipping the grieving-this-is-unfair phase of failure and just being left with a slightly-pissed-but-definitely-fed-up-with-this-class feeling. it dawned on me that i surely can’t be the only one facing this, so i decided to share this and hopefully help you guys out as well:) keep in mind: your worth has zero correlation with your grades, you’re a bad bitch and will not stop bc life tried to knock u down - here’s a quote i like: when life knocks you down, calmly get back up and very politely say, “you hit like a bitch”.
after that, u can follow these steps and flourish x

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heyrosiebee·6 days agoPhoto

d-andtheblog:

9/100 days of productivity ▪️ 4/10/2017

Civil law and a peanut butter & banana toast

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ohk4te:

there’s major writing work happening today and i’m pleased to report the weather is fully cooperating (can you say ‘blizzard’?). we’re accordingly in big cozy mode

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heyrosiebee·16 days agoPhoto

studydiaryofamedstudent:

Here the quote is again.. Basically its on the back of one of my planners. It was a doughnuts and study kinda day. Sugar was used as motivation to keep going for another couple of hours :P 

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heyrosiebee·24 days agoPhoto

hanxstudy:

9.15.18 // back at my favorite coffee shop! also means that the grind is really starting again… ft. iced chai latte with almond milk 😍

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heyrosiebee·24 days agoPhoto

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STUDIO GHIBLI + RAIN

My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
Only Yesterday (1991)
Spirited Away (2001)
Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989)
The Secret World of Arrietty (2010)
The Tale of the Princess Kaguya (2013)
Ponyo (2008)

[ part 1 ] [ part 2 ]

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heyrosiebee·a month agoText

polymekanos:

thinking about the quote “life is short. art is long” and how tragic it is that art lasts forever, but we don’t; how there will always be more books unread than read, more music unheard than heard, more paintings unseen than seen, and when i die, there will be countless more that i will never even have the opportunity to love and cry over and feel, because it certainly seems that there is more worth feeling in the world than time to feel it.

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heyrosiebee·a month agoAnswer

Ivve just watched the Gilmore Girls episode where they use in omnia paratus a lot😂

lmaoo hey!! welcome to the club of rich white children with way too much time on their hands (lol i could never; i’m Asian & broke). but yeah, that phrase really stuck with me & now it’s like a mantra. have fun with the Logan era!!

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heyrosiebee·a month agoText

26 OCT 2020 🌔

i tell a lot of my friends, loved ones, clients to always be kind to themselves, to take care of themselves, but it’s one piece of advice i have a hard time practicing myself. how do you even start? how exactly do you pause in a world that makes you feel guilty for wanting to catch a breath? how do you take a moment to figure out what you like or what makes you happy when you’ve always been taught to focus on and fulfill others’ needs and not yours?
i’ve been doing my best to unlearn all of these, but it’s still hard sometimes. and i hope y’all know that when i do tell you to be kind to yourself and take care of yourself, there’s no judgment here. we’re all stumbling around our sense of self worth and sacrifice, especially during these trying times. it’s just a reminder that even though it’s easier said than done, you should try because you deserve just as much love and care as you give everyone else.

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heyrosiebee·2 months agoText

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Hi all, it’s werelivingarts. I just stumbled across this method called ‘eat the frog’, which means you get the most difficult or important task out of your way first. I actually have been using this method for a long time, hope this post gives you a new way of managing your time and productivity! 😜 ❤️

“If it’s your job to eat a frog, it’s best to do it first thing in the morning. And if it’s your job to eat two frogs, it’s best to eat the biggest one first.” – Mark Twain 

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heyrosiebee·2 months agoText

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antlerology:

Just a few of the stories my great aunt told me about women in the 60s:

1) A woman she worked with at the hospital who had a baby with one of the ambulance drivers. When work found out they fired her (he kept his job). She tried to self-abort with a knitting needle.

2) The sister of one of her neighbours who wasn’t able to rent a room because she was a ‘fallen woman’.

3) A girl who got sent to a convent house and scrubbed floors until the day she gave birth. Her baby was given up for adoption without her consent.

4) Girls who had babies with priests.

5) Women who were on their fifth, sixth, seventh child, who had been pregnant for the best part of a decade, begging for sterilisation because their husbands wouldn’t wear a condom.

Banning abortion has never ever stopped it from happening. It’s just meant more stigma, more prejudice, more risks and more deaths.

In 1962, my mother was going thru a divorce, got pregnant and knew this fact would be used to deny her divorce (they used to do that, in case you didn’t know).  

My mother was given a “shot”; she lived 3 blocks from the doctor.   He never told her what it was, likely an “overdose” of progesterone, which is how they used to “induce menstruation” in a hurry (i.e. abortion off the books).  She was about 7-8 weeks by her estimation.  He said, GO STRAIGHT HOME, go to bed and stay there.  She walked fast, but nearly collapsed at the curb and my grandmother went out to guide her into the house.  She went to bed, stayed there and bled steadily and heavily for 3-4 days.  She said it was like being very very sick, headaches, nausea, vomiting… and then, gone.  

She never let me forget this and took me to my first NARAL meeting when I was 15 yrs old.  And here I am today, in my 50s–and I still remember my grandmother’s scary account; my mother swaying, literally, at the curb, and nearly falling, under the strength of that one shot.  

How did she get the doctor to do it? She told him, “If you don’t, I will do it myself”–and if you knew my mother, you knew she meant it.  She would have.  After all, lots of women she knew had.  

This is what they want to take us all back to, the fucking middle ages.  Please remember.  

The cost of denying women abortions is women’s lives. Nothing “Pro life” about it.

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heyrosiebee·2 months agoPhoto

ohk4te:

sometimes life just feels real dreamy (feat. my creatively-made three-wick candle that is not as close to that paper lamp as it appears, i promise)

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