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Coincidently...it just happens to be EASTER. So Happy Easter to everyone that celebrates it! Easter in essence marks new life and new beginnings. A new life wherein we live a little more happily. So I found it quite fitting to publish this series today.
Because when you cant find the sunshine you have to be the sunshine
Two weeks ago if I were to answer the above frankly, I would have probably said that I had been trying really hard to get out of a rut. An emotionally draining black hole that was filling my brain with negative thoughts. I felt burnt out, tired, unmotivated..and I didn't feel like doing anything. And I was wondering how I got to that point? What did I do wrong? I studied and worked hard, but I didn't feel proud of my work?
“Taking swift strides into the classroom, the teacher quickly sets the huge stack of graded midterms on the desk. THUD! The sound of paper making contact with the table, brings everyone’s attention to the front of the classroom. There the teacher stands, towering over them. The boy stares at the teacher across the room. Just stares. His brain draws a blank and he feels as if his heart is in his hand. Yet, the boy can still feel his pulse beating in his ears, so loud that it’s blocking out the noise of everything else around him. It’s like a swarm of canons are being shot into his chest. Nothing can compare to the feeling of failure. Nothing."
Its 4 am and you have school. You look at the clock and are astonished at the time that has gone by after your cramming session that seemed to last for too long. You realize that everyone else has gone to sleep and you have just finished up your studies, only to go to school in a few hours and run on 3hrs of sleep. However, despite all this cramming and review you still don't feel well acquainted with the material and begin to panic. "So what was that all for" you ask yourself.
The answer casts a fog in your brain...it was all for NOTHING.
She's a teenage blogger much like myself. She loves reading, yoga and journaling. Her posts are inspired by topics like lifestyle, health, well-being, food, fashion and travelling. Her blog is full of tips and tricks for handling stress, coping with school and getting the most out of your teenage years. In this post she explains the 4 tips we all need to live a simple and mindful year...especially with it being a New Year!
Hey guys I’m so excited about this!
It’s something different, I know, but it’s something I’ve been thinking about doing for a while now! One of favorite things is writing different pieces about weird topics for no apparent reason….and well that’s the way the blog all began. And today I want to inspire you to make a blog post of your own, or not if it’s not your thing, but just simply WRITE! Yesssss I’ve been ranting for a while now but the real reason I wrote this blog post is to welcome you...to my first ever series!
CONGRATS! you've survived your first whole month of school (almost...technically 3 weeks)! What an accomplishment because this is just the beginning. and in the spirit of helping you get ready for what still awaits you, I've decided to share my top seven apps for school. Because let's face it whether we’re on the bus, at home, or at a club chances are 90% of the time we’re on our phones. So why not be productive while we’re at it?
So I hope you enjoy using up more storage on your phones while being a little more productive for school. And you can even prove your mother wrong when she yells at you for being on Snapchat all the time, when in fact you’re doing your homework...BOOM, in your face! (I never said that..you hear me) ....not that that happens to me(lol)
anyways here are my top six apps for school.
What’s in my bag is a recurring blog post among bloggers and it encompasses the idea that what we have in our bag sheds some light on our personalities and on the gadgets we love to store for future use!
Our love has come to an abrupt end as the stale winds of fall begin to taunt us.
The time has come for you to leave me and I will forever cherish your all-nighters, lazy days, crazy rides, camp fires, road trips, loud music, golden beaches, and endless laughter, all of which have been nothing short of fun.
It’s August 17...and there are, technically, 14 days left in the month before September officially kicks off. But anyways, the inevitable awaits us...and I feel that I always mention school in some way, shape, or form. So with the time we do have left take a while to plan for the school year ahead. Here is the 15 day plan to get organized during the summer. (Or what’s left of it)
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She’ll be busy writing (I mean napping) in the meantime.
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