This has been a strange week. The COVID-19 pandemic has been escalating around the world for a while now, but this was the first week where it seemed to penetrate our university's walls. By Thursday and Friday, everyone was talking about what would happen before St. Patties went down on Saturday (St. Patrick's day is… Continue reading lifestyle || podcast recommendations for your home isolation
My university bullet journal set-up is generally just a monthly calendar spread where I write all my school deadlines to stay motivated and organized! In this video, I'm showing you the process to set this up and I also timed exactly how long it took me from start to finish so you could see for… Continue reading video || february BUJO plan with me | how long does bullet journaling take?
My new & improved note-taking system is up! I talk about my learning + study process, efficient note structure, and why it all matters! Note: The video is an updated version of my note-taking series. I'm taking a variety of content- and practice- heavy courses, so I'm sure you'll find some of my tips relevant… Continue reading organization || how to study + take notes: my new university note-taking system (UPDATED)
helloo world! I got back from my 3-week solo trip to visit family in Romania a couple days ago. It’s been an absolutely astonishing past month for me. I had a blast spending time with my (apparently pretty big) family, making new friends, and embracing new experiences. I was also learning so freaking much every… Continue reading writing || happiness, productivity, and success is cultural | my trip to romania
SO excited to start a brand new journal for university! Changing things up massively to match where I'm at with my mental health goals. 🙂 Be sure to grab your own Mistral Spirit monthly printables down below and comment to share how you're using them! I've used them to plan my tasks, write memories, track… Continue reading organization || starting my 5th bullet journal: new set up & changes!
Numeracy skills are so important and I think the current Ontario curriculum for math doesn't emphasize them enough. Students who can add, subtract, multiply and divide quickly are at an immediate advantage to those who don't have that skill laid out as part of their mathematics foundation. When I was younger, I used to do math drills on various topics as part of a math program I was enrolled in, and which I use with many of the students I tutor. Sharing my own printable version with you today!
Went a little more artsy for this month since for the first time ever before I've been really getting into this whole autumn vibe thing (even though it's super duper cold)! 😛 So excited for you guys to finally see this video! I had this ready a couple days ago, but for some reason my… Continue reading organization || November Set-Up | Simple but Artsy Autumn Theme!