hello! this is my n th time of me attempting to try doing youtube, so i hope that i can do this properly. if you guys are interested, you can visit my channel and check out the first video! more videos are scheduled already and will be published every wednesday and sunday from now, so stay tuned! and thanks so much for seeing this message 🚀
p/s: really sorry if the editing sucks, please give feedback and i will try my best to improve it 🙏🏻😢
Hi it’s werelivingarts and I’m back with some unique tips on learning foreign languages. I love learning Mandarin and Korean, and my foreign friends absolutely love it when I try to speak with them. ✨
Learning languages is tough but really fun. Remember that you need to set goals, such as by the end of today, I will finish studying the alphabet, not the simple “getting fluent” goal. It’s okay when things you first say are gibberish because you will certainly get better by learning your mistakes.
Here are just some extra weird ways to help you learn:
● Use region-specfic social media (Weibo for Chinese, Kakao Talk for Korean, etc)
● Narrate in other languages as you commute (e.g. the mysterious man who wears brown cap-toe Oxfords just get his cats turn left and is now entering the supermarket)
● Read newspaper and magazine
● Change your phone language
● Get help from your native speaker friends
● Take notes in other languages
P/s: Do you have any useful methods to learn foreign languages? If yes, please share it down here 🤩⬇️
This is a series of stickers I recently made inspired by social distancing during COVID-19 and back to school season! Hope you like it hehe ❤️🙏🏻
P/s: What are some contents (relating to studying and lifestyle) that you guys want to see more? Please feel free to share down below UwU
During COVID, I definitely feel a lot of boredom and also feel like I’m wasting a lot of time. Therefore, here are some suggestions of hobbies you can try out! You might also have your own interest, which can be history or science, so I would 100% support you to do research and read about them!
Some more hobbies to try out:
🚴🏽♂️Stay active: swimming, running, working out, yoga, hiking, biking, skateboard
🎨Creativity: film-making, painting, origami, drawing, doodling, comic strip creating, photoshop, digital art, DIY, music making, song-writing, knitting, playing new instruments, acting, calligraphy, reusing and recycling materials, redesigning and decluttering your interior
🎧Communication: blogging, writing, podcasting
🧘🏻♀️Mental health: journaling, meditation
🧠Mind: chess, coding, puzzling, researching, online volunteering, enrolling in an online class, selling your old stuff online, learning a new language, listening to audiobook and podcast
Ahoyyy, it’s werelivingarts! I thought summer would been chillax for me, but then I’ve been dealing with so much procrastination, mood swings and all-nighters 😅 Studyblr is not always about 100% productivity all the time really ~
Anyway, two-minute rule is simply just completing your simple tasks like getting water, cleaning up your desks or throwing away your tissue paper. Instead of putting them on your to-do list, finishing them right on spot will lessen your stress and help you to stay focused on bigger and more important tasks you need to do! Hope you find this one helpful 💚💜💙
Hello! How are you? Hope you're doing good :)! My question is what do I do if my parents make me do something I don't want to do. Like let's say they make me religious and want me to be religious. What should I do or like any advice or tips?
I'm doing quite good, thank you so much for asking 😎💚✨
In this situation, I think it is best to find an appropriate time to sort them out with your parents. Try to be straightforward and honest to tell them how you think and feel, and give a rational explanation why. Some parents want the best for their children, but they don't understand that we might not want to do what they think is suited or good for us. 😢
I'm really sorry since I'm not a family counselor and don't know your situation and perspective well, but I hope that talking with your parents calmly and logically as possible will help you!! 🤔
hi, i'm gonna be a freshman in high school next year. middle school was quite easy for me and didn't require too much studying. so, i don't exactly know where to start for studying in high school. do you have any advice?
Hiiii, in my experience, I was quite shocked because middle is so much different and harder compared to high school. Here are some tips to prepare for HS (that I hope someone tells me earlier):
1. Get a planner (paper, digital planner, etc): High school is really busy with all of the assignments, homework, labs and tests, so writing the tasks down will keep you to stay on track.
2. Find extracurriculars: Compared to my middle, high school has so many interesting clubs, so go out there and start to explore your interest. I do not recommend you joining something just for college app, join something that you love and commit to it.
3. Learn more about standardized testing: This is optional, and it depends on where you want to go after high school. If you prepare for SAT, ACT, IELTS early, you will save more time for studying as your class gets more challenging.
4. Choose classes that are your hobbies: It might be quite early to determine what you are going to do in the future, so during the first year, try to explore different options. Once you know what you like to do, you can narrow down your course selections onto that path.
5. Chat with teachers: I actually realize this tip this year when I start talking more with my advisory/history teacher. They not only will answer your questions but also give you a lot of advice (and even motivation for me!)
6. Take notes well: Don't just typing everything on computer, I recommend either you take notes by hand on paper or on a iPad (if you have one). Color code your notes and try to be organized as much as possible.
7. Be independent: In high school, my teachers usually just give you a really broad topic to write research about, and we have to create our own research questions and write essay. Therefore, teachers will not guide you as much as middle school, but still remember they will always be available for you to ask questions.
Wooo...Hope this answer your question! Once you get used to high school, you'll find it manageable. Don't stress out during summer, and take this time to explore your interests 💚❤️🧡
Ahoy! It’s werelivingarts and this time I will debunk some of the most widespread productivity method myths.
Some methods are not completely inaccurate, and many people successfully adopt some part of these habits. However, some will hinder your productivity, effort, and motivation if you use it in a wrong way. So please be aware of these! ✨
Hi this is super sniper again! I wanted to ask that I want to join studyblr plus I read your about me page where almost the same interest we had actually*seriously* and I really love your blog very much so just asking is there anything to join studyblr and if joined how to proceed?
WAIT THAT'S SO COOLLLL 🤩🤩, it's kinda hard for me to find people who actually have same interest and thank you so much for your support!
There's no set of restrictions or requirements to join the studyblr community, and it's totally depending on your goals. Some bloggers like to share their studying through extremely aesthetic photos, some repost helpful contents daily, and some give very useful tips for studying! But one thing we all have in common is that we all work very hard towards our goals! ❤️💜💙
You can start out by following amazing studyblrs. If you want to start your own blog, you can choose your theme, design your icon and create your own content. In order to share to more people, you can use popular hashtags and even reach out to other bloggers!
Hope this answer your question! Feel free to ask if you still have questions 🌱
an ultimate guide to crafting your daily schedule 👀✨
‘Ello, mate! It’s werelivingarts and I’m here with a simple guide to manage your time and prioritize your tasks with only 3 steps ~
Before planning anything, For me (you guys might have different approach), I find recognizing my energy level pattern really helpful because I can prioritize tasks and get the done in my most productive time rather than forcing myself to cram for homework after midnight. 🌚🌝
I start planning my day by dumping all of the tasks I remember down to to-do list using Bear, and then I would organize these tasks if they are daily, weekly or monthly task on Edison app -- which also allows time blocking. After that, I would prioritize tasks daily on app Success. (This is not ad, this is just helpful apps that I use). 😎
Hope you find this helpful in some ways! Thank you for reading!