my bullet journal spread for today and some reading notes from the other week. the start of a new week always brings me new hope. stay indoors and stay safe during this time.
If you see this post, answer with the best study-related app you know. Let’s help each other during this quarantine time❤️
The unproductivity continues.. Not working as much as I’m supposed to but still trying I guess. The pressure is taking a toll on me and I’m having sever anxiety attacks..
Still trying my best and I hope can do as much as I can.
Sorry for being irregular but I really am ashamed of how little I’ve done in the past few days.
🎶 She’s all yours - Loote
I’m not really a yellow person, but I really like this spread! What’s your favourite colour?
March 29th, 2020. Day 1/100
100 days of productivity starting right now. There’s SO MUCH to do this semester, so my goal is to study everyday (minimum 1hr) until june to pass my classes.
It’s gonna be my last semester, and I’m v excited and positive I can do this!
Hope everybody is safe, supported and surrounded by people they love while the world is in such turmoil 🥰
March 28, 2020
I rearranged a couple things in my room, and decided to move the massive stack of library books off my printer and onto the floor seeing as I don’t need them right now not can I return them because the library is closed. I also planted an apple seed that I had found germinating, so in about 5-6 years I might have apples to go with my very sad coffee bean plant.
28th march 2020
the books planned for this weekend!! i couldn’t get through them the first time around, but i decided to give them another chance ᕙ(＠°▽°＠)ᕗ
currently reading: six of crows and crooked kingdom, by Leigh Bardugo
study set up, the view from work, and reading notes. Still trying to stay productive during this time whilst caring for myself. Hope you all are well
Friday March 27th,
I just love the dim morning light in my room, when it’s super bright I feel like I should be going outside and enjoying the weather so I prefer it a little overcast
March 27, 2020
It’s hard to take aesthetic photos when I can’t change my scenery.
Sorry for the sudden lack of posts lately. Luckily, posts should be coming out more now. Anyways, I found a few Calculus Notes I took earlier this school year and thought they looked nice!
- Kyle [March 26, 2020]
Study notes on genocide. Stay safe during this time, stay indoors where possible and keep productive
2020 Quarantine Challenge
Thu - How are you keeping active?
I am going up and down stairs at home. *joking* On a good mood day, I follow a workout video by Blogilates or Chloe Ting. I really love Cassey Ho’s (Blogilates) isolation videos. If I am not feeling well to do a sweaty workout, I do yoga. With Adriene. I’m not a very flexible person because of that yoga always seemed difficult to me. But Yoga with Adriene changed my opinions on yoga. She has this beautiful, soothing voice and her beginner videos are not intimidating at all.
26th march 2020
sapiens: a brief history of human kind, by Yuval Noah Harari
3.5/5☆ it was interesting, although it was quite heavy in time references, if that makes any sense. it felt like a very long, but somehow captivating history lesson. probably would’ve liked it better if i had turned to the audiobook instead of a physical copy,,
26/3/20 #2020QuarantineChallenge by @myhoneststudyblr
Week 1 Thursday: How are you keeping active?
I used to pass this fruit stall and this neighbourhood cat on my way to the gym every evening. Trying to get into the routine of waking up and stretching; it would be nice to come out of quarantine more flexible. I tend to whip out an exercise video after consecutive hours at the desk. My favourite is @blogilates because Cassey has such good vibes and is super motivating.
🎧No Love - American Authors