5 Studying Tips For Busy Students

Hello, hello! I’m so glad you stopped by today. Today I wanted to share with you some ways to help improve your study time. Wherever you work, whether at school, at home (homeschool!), at the library, at college, or anywhere else you might be working on stuff.

It often feels like it’s a never-ending cycle of papers, problems, and reading. The feeling of waking up and doing the same thing over and over again. However, I wanted to share with you some ways to look at your school work, as well as do it, in a manner that encourages a little more enjoyment. After all, as students right now, we are completing this kind of work five days a week (or more,) so why not try and spice it up?

I know it’s not gonna be all sunshine rainbow. Trust me, some days are loooooong,:) but I wanted to share this post hoping that these tips might help brighten up your school routine. I hope you enjoy!

5 Study Tips

1. The reason I recommend only listening to background music is that it is easy to get distracted when lyrics are playing through the headphones. If you are listening to “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” (sorry…it’s almost Christmas, 🙂 but you are reading a history lesson on World War II, how well do you think you are going to remember what you just read after? Instead, I often enjoy listening to upbeat music without lyrics like this playlist on Youtube which I enjoy listening to. The upbeat rhythm keeps me moving at a good pace, and work gets done. Success!

2. Oh yes! I believe that delicious drink, be it coffee, tea, smoothie, milkshake, etc., has some magic in it. I feel like when you are sitting to do work, drinking something yummy makes you feel like you’re at a cafe in a pretty downtown city. I know I sound strange, but whatever you drinks are doing to help us get through our school work, thank a bunch.

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3. You know how so many people are creating online courses these days? Do you wish some days that YOU could be the teacher instead of being the student? Well, say hello to the inner teacher inside of you! It’s actually pretty fun to pretend you are teaching an academic subject on a course for someone or that you are in the classroom. Try it!

4. This part is especially fun. This is the time to listen to your favorite song WITH lyrics, grab a drink re-fill, dance, or do whatever makes you happy. Just try to keep it to ten minutes or under so that you’ll still get your work done early.

5. The best part? Rewarding yourself. Do this after you finish your last subject and have checked it off. Some days it might be sitting to watch a show, other days it could be taking a walk with friends. Maybe you’ll decide to go thrift shopping or get your nails done! Whatever the reward, pick it before you work so that you have it to look forward to when you’re done!

There you have it, people! Five tips for the busy student. Now do a happy dance!

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The Five Tips:

  1. Listen to BACKGROUND music.
  2. Drink something yummy.
  3. Pretend to teach the subject to someone (or a class).
  4. Take SHORT breaks and do something fun.
  5. Reward yourself.

  I truly hope you found this motivational, inspiring, and helpful. If you did, I would love if you’d leave a comment below and let me know. Or, if you have your own tip, feel free to leave that in the comment section as well! I can always fit new tips into my brain. 🙂

Have a wonderful day!

Nyah

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Thanksgiving Side Dish Round-Up|Delicious Recipes To Take To Your Next Gathering

Hello there! My goodness…can you believe that Thanksgiving is THIS WEEK?!?!?

Today I thought it would be fun to share with you some some simple and delicious-looking side dishes perfect for bringing to any Thanksgiving get-together you might be going to.

For sure, the turkey is great. But I also love piling my plate with yummy side dishes. From noodles and green beans, to rolls and sweet potatoes, there is always something for everyone to enjoy.

Unfortunately, I have not had the privilege of trying any of these recipes for myself, but if they taste as good as they look (which I’m sure they would,) then you’ll be set to bring a delicious side wherever you might be going this year. 

So here you go!

BROCCOLI CHICKEN CASSEROLE WITH EGG NOODLES

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http://BROCCOLI CHICKEN CASSEROLE WITH EGG NOODLES

Perfect Southern Baked Macaroni and Cheese

Southern Baked Macaroni and Cheese
https://basilandbubbly.com/southern-baked-macaroni-and-cheese/

GARLIC BUTTER HERBS INSTANT POT POTATOES

instant pot potatoes roasted with garlic butter and herbs
https://www.currytrail.in/garlic-butter-herbs-instant-pot-potatoes/

GARLIC PARMESAN ROASTED BROCCOLI

This Garlic Parmesan Roasted Broccoli is a quick and easy side dish that's healthy and delicious, and made with only 4 simple ingredients! It's a family favourite recipe that's the perfect holiday side dish, but it's delicious any time of the year! Recipe from thebusybaker.ca! #sidedish #roastedbroccoli #garlicparmesanbroccoli #easysidedishrecipe
https://thebusybaker.ca/garlic-parmesan-roasted-broccoli/

Soft and Fluffy One Hour Rolls

http://www.thebakerupstairs.com/2015/09/soft-and-fluffy-one-hour-rolls.html

SWEET POTATO CASSEROLE WITH MARSHMALLOW & PECAN STREUSEl

Sweet Potato Casserole with Marshmallows and Pecan Streusel - Mashed sweet potato casserole topped with toasted marshmallows and a brown sugar cinnamon pecan streusel. The perfect side dish for Thanksgiving or any other holiday celebration.
https://celebratingsweets.com/sweet-potato-casserole-with-marshmallow-pecan-streusel/

Turkey Vegetable Tray | Fun Thanksgiving Recipe Idea

Make a Turkey Vegetable Tray for Thanksgiving! These turkey veggie trays are a fun ideas for a Thanksgiving table or healthy fall party food.
https://www.livinglocurto.com/turkey-vegetable-tray-3/

THANKSGIVING BUTTERNUT SQUASH SALAD WITH ROASTED BRUSSELS SPROUTS, PECANS, AND CRANBERRIES

Thanksgiving Salad with Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Cinnamon Butternut Squash, Pecans, and Cranberries
https://juliasalbum.com/roasted-brussels-sprouts-cinnamon-butternut-squash-pecans-and-cranberries/

Easy Crock Pot Fried Apples

These Easy Crock Pot Fried Apples are a perfect, effortless Thanksgiving side dish or an everyday treat! You'll love how easy they are to whip up!
https://www.anightowlblog.com/easy-crock-pot-fried-apples/

Okay…I am now officially hungry. These all look so delicious! Isn’t the turkey veggie tray adorable?

Hope you all enjoyed this side dish round-up and that it might be useful to you if you’re looking for some new recipes to try.

Let me know if you found this helpful and be sure to comment below if you make any of these recipes yourself.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

Nyah

Faith Can Move Mountains: Free Wall Art Download: Inspirational Verses

Hello, there! Hope you are having a wonderful week! I have been enjoying creating some fun designs on Canva lately and wanted to share some of them with all of you. I love saving pretty quotes and verses on my Pinterest board, and now I’m making some of my own which I hope you will enjoy.

Feel free to download these. Or save them to your boards! Or print them off and hang them up! Whatever you choose, I hope you’ll enjoy them.

Today I’m sharing a bible verse: It’s from Matthew. Simply click the download button below the following picture.

Have a great day!!! 🙂

May Update + Some Goals

Hey, hey! So glad you’re reading this post today! You may have seen the post I did here about planning some stuff out for my blog, but I’m gonna admit, I didn’t stick to what I was hoping for 😦 Luckily, every day is another chance, so I’m gonna try again. When you fall down, the best thing to do is eat chocolate cake and start again. I mean, am I right or am I right? 🙂 It may not be perfect, but I’m excited to see how it goes this time around.

As you’ll notice if you’ve followed this blog for a bit, I gave my blog design a little make-over. I changed to the Nucleare theme (free), updated my header and sidebars a bit, as well as adding a contact page and a couple new categories. Yay! It was fun, and I enjoyed changing the look a little bit.

I created my header on Canva, which I love:), and if you want to learn more about this awesome graphic design tool, check out my post on that here!

I’m still a Pinterest addict, consistently posting whatever catches my eye, so feel free to check out what I’m loving on my boards here!

Okay…now onto some goals.

  1.  I would like to see if I can reach 100 followers really soon (by next month?) I don’t know if that is too much to expect, but I’m really excited about trying to increase my followers. We’ll see how it goes…I would love to meet you if I haven’t already! 😉
  2. Share some freebies! I would love to start doing this on the blog, so feel free to let me know of some ideas if you have any!
  3. Post once a week on Wednesday. I may try to increase or post an extra one if I have time, but with the other things I have going on right now, I figured this was a good start. Consistency is key, right? It may be small, but at least it’s consistent. 🙂

I’m sure there’s more I could share, but I wanted to give you all a little update for the month. I hope to continue doing monthly updates as well so you can start looking for those every month. 🙂

Thanks for taking the time to read this! If you have any tips, ideas, or comments for me, please feel free to let me know below! I’m excited to try being more consistent and I hope to make some progress on this blog.

What are your blogging goals or tips? Share them below…I look forward to hearing from you soon. Happy blogging!!!

Nyah