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)
It's been so hot over here this weekend... so what else is there to do but start crackin' on that collections journal of mine? I set up my "bullet system" spread and decided to film a little video explaining it in detail. My bullet, migration, signifier and colour code system is universal - meaning I… Continue reading organization || my universal bullet, signifier and colour code system + FREE printable
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!
One of my biggest "academic" goals throughout high school has been to create the PERFECT note taking system. While high school is important for the marks, I think it's more important to set yourself up with good study habits and a good system of learning that will stay with you for life. In my search,… Continue reading organization || Mistral Method Series: Efficient, Adaptable, Organized & Aesthetic Note-Taking
Okay. Before I go ahead and publish a general overview of my modified Cornell note-taking system (A.K.A. my proudest innovative creation), I think there’s one critical thing that needs to be established.
The colour coding system.
In any note-taking system, the colour coding system forms the backbone. In my case, my colour coding system is both simple, aesthetic (I stick to blues and pinks, as a rule, because I like those colours), quick to use, and can adapt to my handwritten notes as well as my typed notes (hence its "duality").