Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Why you SHOULD make To-Do lists! :)

Procrastination. Something that everyone does, at some point or another. So, how do you overcome procrastination? The simplest way of doing so is by making To-Do lists.

Why To-Do lists are awesome:
  • Help you overcome procrastination
  • Give you an idea of how many things you need to do 
  • Help you manage your time
  • Help you actually start doing something productive
  • Motivate you to do more (especially once you start crossing things off!)
The list goes on and on! 

When you make a To-Do list, you write down a list of things that you need to do (oh, really?). This gives you a visual representation of what you need to get done, instead of keeping it all up in your head. It also ensures that you won't forget things that you have to do. Once you make a list, you can assess the importance of different tasks. This will enable you to plan and manage your time as this will help you do tasks in their order of priority. Doing all of this is the first step to overcoming procrastination and actually getting things done!

Hope this post helped you in some way! Thanks a TON for reading! Make sure to subscribe/follow my blog (links below) so you know when I post next! Thanks! :)

-Kavya :)

*Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored/affiliated with any brands. All opinions are my own! :)*

Saturday, 11 October 2014

UPDATE! + New posting schedule! :)

It has been way too long since I've posted! The past month has been extremely busy for me and I felt overwhelmed with all of the work I had to do! However, now I've adjusted to the new environment and I'm ready to be back posting again!

Posting Schedule:
At least once a week for now - I think it's a better idea to achieve this first and possibly then post more often. Have any requests? Leave them in a comment below!

Monthly Recap:
This is a summary of what all happened during the month of September and the first 10 days or so of October. I had:

  • 7 AP Biology tests
  • 2 AP Biology quizzes
  • 5 AP Chemistry quizzes
  • 2 AP Chemistry tests
  • 2 Anatomy and Physiology tests
  • A Government test
  • A Government quiz
  • 4 AP Calculus quizzes
  • 2 AP Calculus tests 
  • Stuff for a 12th grade research project due 
  • College Applications to work on
  • The ACT 
  • And last but not least, the SAT which I took today morning!
As you can probably tell, it was quite a busy month! Now I've adjusted to the new system here and I know how to manage my time and prioritize my tasks! 

Stay tuned for posts soon! Make sure you subscribe/follow (links below) so you know when I post next! Thanks! :) 

-Kavya :)

*Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored/affiliated with any brands. All opinions are my own! :)*