Licia Ronzulli, member of the European Parliament, has been taking her daughter Vittoria to the Parliament sessions for two years now.
Every time this is on my dash, it’s an automatic reblog.
BITCH, TELL ME AGAIN WOMEN CAN’T BE MOTHERS AND WORK AT THE SAME DAMN TIME, I WILL CUT YO ASS
Prayers to all of the people in that town. This is bullshit anyone is treated like this. It is fucking 2014 get ur shit together.
"We all bleed red but whos blood is in the streets?"
Here it is! I finally had a day off and was able to put this together for you guys:
What’s in my Bag: Studyblr Edition
From top left corner:
- My laptop and my phone: no cases, I’m living life on the wild side these days
- My scrunchie of the day
- My little Daisy by Marc Jacobs perfume roller: I love it, it’s super feminine
- Poking out from under my laptop: Pink pocket folder containing whatever important papers I have that day, like course syllabus, memory aids, usually I also have a pad of paper in there; My favourite ballpoint pen
- Pencil case ( I need a new one!) contains: calculator, Stabilo highlighters, ballpoint pens, mechanical pencils, eraser, ruler, gluestick
- Red index card holder contains: index cards, post-its, sticky page markers
- Pack of gum and Eos cucumber hand lotion
- My trusty Camelbak water bottle
- My house key
- My lip colour of the day (usually have more than one cause I forget to take them out); Baby Lips chapstick; plain, un-tinted chapstick
- Card holder and kitty coin purse: I use them as my wallet
- Note pad, agenda, Staedtler pens
- Laptop and phone chargers, white-out, mini stapler
- My glasses case & glasses
- Little emergency bag containing: feminine hygiene products, Advil, mini deodorant, Band-Aids, hair tie, and a nail file
Study like Spencer Hastings:
- Research: Read books, read journals, search online articles and publications, etc, perform field studies, question everything.
- Study with friends: Quiz your friends, tutor courses you’re good at, work in groups and help each other with assignments.
- Stay organized: File your papers, color-code, organized chaos always.
- Friendly competition: Motivate yourself, join competitions, try not to fight with your sister, remember to encourage and respect your peers.
- Get involved: Sports, debate, language, school productions, writing etc. Participate in anything that showcases your skills and talent.
- Ask for help: Talk to your teachers/profs, get to know your school services, and you can always make an appointment with a local psychologist (before things spiral out of hand..)
- Don’t speed. Just don’t do it
- Stay interested and explore your options: Attend campus tours or events, volunteer, stay connected to peers from different areas, network, apply to more than one option (be it schools, scholarships etc.)
- Caffeinate, but remember to hydrate. Coffee, coffee, redbull, coffee, tea, coffee, sometimes water.
- Sleep: what is sleep?
Ahh yes, The dreaded school. When it comes around we all dread, new teachers, new schedule, some new unfamiliar faces, the MASSIVE amount of homework load, less time on tumblr. Here is another long post with a few sites and others to help you out here!
High school needs:
Mental health resources:
- Remember that today’s day in age is different from how it was back then. So don’t stress about school too much.High school students today have the anxiety of what a mental patient in the insane asylum had in the 50s. Here’s also a thing to show how times have changed.
- Prioritize. List what needs to get done first and when. Sometimes getting the bigger/harder tasks is easier than conquering the smaller/easier tasks.
- Set times when certain projects need to be done and stick to that deadline.
- Turn your phone off or give it to your parents while doing work/studying. I know that we live in the age of technology and literally everything is at the touch of our fingertips. Honestly though you can wait on what your favorite celebrity has to say or if your crush liked your instagram photo. You’ll be more involved in that than you are into your work.
- If you have trouble in a certain subject and there is no assigned seating, take advantage of the front. I guarantee you’ll learn more.
- Ask your teacher what exactly you’ll need to know. If you’re taking notes during the year, write in the margins whether or not it will be tested. It will be easier to know what you will be tested on.
- Save your exams. Half the time your teachers use the same questions (or questions similar) from your exams on your midterms or finals.
- Don’t try to do homework straight afterschool if you can’t, despite what everyone says. Give yourself an hour, and try to get some exercise in. I find it stops me getting bored of sitting down. Not to mention helps me concentrate better.
- Don’t just read the material, write it, draw it, recite it, quiz yourself on it! Until you have the material down.
- Join clubs, sports, or organizations! You’re guaranteed to find friends in there. You’ll already have common interests. Start with that and go with the flow.
- College kids: If you don’t have assigned seating, and you have been sitting in the same seat for 2 weeks. That is you assigned seat now. Don’t move or you’ll screw everyone up and they will hate you.
- Color code things, such as your notes.
If you want to see how I color code my notes message me and I’ll be happy to show you.
- Be kind to one another.
I think that about does it. So yeah:)
WHOEVER MADE THIS
(Source: carasmoosh, via thestudyjournal)