I am a Cognitive Science major and Creative Writing minor to-be who is confused about the path she wants to take because of the uncertainty of the future.

This blog is here for motivation, inspiration, general lessons for school, and school life. I seek and advise practicality and simplicity, so my blog will consist of such.

I'm always learning and I don't claim to know all of the answers (which are probably what you are looking for), but my philosophy is to make things better.
  • studying-towards-success:

    work-hard-and-dream:

    miss-sassmaster:

    Exam crunch time.
    Good luck me.

    Good luck!

    Good luck! (:

    (via highlightinglife)

  • learn-teach-organize:

    Reviewing World Civilization notes and making a concise version. Love slow days when I have time to do this. Always helps.

    "It was a romantic grand game then, full of the fury of discovery"

    Charles Bukowski, “the last generation”

    (via highlightinglife)

  • studylikeadoctor:

    Look at the cheeky little monster, trying to eat the corners of my planner.

    (via highlightinglife)

  • sleepfirstthendream:

    Napping baby = another section studied. Win!

    (via highlightinglife)

  • Hey, Studyblrs!

    In case you see a username “Eleuteromaniac” following you on Tumblr, that is me. That’s my main blog, where i don’t post studyspo. Just in case you didn’t know. :3

  • studdiction:

    I will not listen to the voices that tell me it’s too late to catch up. It’s too late to get those As. It’s too late to do anything. I started out strong this year. Slipped up a couple during crucial times.

    I will do what I can and let the rest take care of itself.

    (via abnormal-student)

  • Some hot chocolate coffee to cheer me up and to cheer me on for the mid-terms ahead.

  • thestudyingdinosaur:

    9:57 am. I think I deserve my coffee with two marshmellows ❤️

    (via attackonstudying)

  • studytobemd:

    Study study study. Be the storm that destroys those exams to shreds.

    (via universityandme)

  • omg wow, i'm doing nanowrimo this year! :D or at least I'll try! I already tried once and failed, but now I have more details of the story i want to write so i hope it will go well. i've taken up less classes this semester so i hope i will have time to do it and i plan to study ahead to spare some more time for writing. it will be fun, i can't wait to start writing! :)

    That’s awesome! Preparing for NaNoWriMo by outlining, character profiling, and whatnot is key to having a smoother time writing.

    My suggestion is to do writing sprints and to write as much as you can so you can get ahead on your word count. Getting ahead is the best thing to do in case you don’t have time in some designated days or something important comes up. Studying ahead is great. Keep doing it, but use method with studying ahead as well. (I don’t want to lecture too much, so I’ll keep it at that haha.)

    Good luck, man! I can’t wait either.

  • NaNoWriMo 2014!

    Hey there. NaNoWriMo is coming up and I wanted to know: How many are you are participating this year?

    I understand that school is getting more intense and ain’t nobody got time to write 50 000 words in a month. It’s stressful, I hear. I’ve never participated myself, but I may just do that this year. I’ve heard a lot about it on BookTube by KatyTastic, TheLittleBookOwl, and Kristina Horner. Although she isn’t participating in NaNoWriMo 2014, another BookTuber named Cherie Moore is making videos for the time of NaNoWriMo - which I’m looking forward to.

    So I may just document my days with NaNoWriMo, if I do decide to participate. KatyTastic has really great videos concerning NaNoWriMo. Look at her NaNoWriMo 2012 playlist on her channel, if you’re interested.

    I have many favourite NaNoWriMo videos and I’ll link them in another post.

    Until next time <3

    - Sammy

  • fightostudy:

    "Don’t tell me the sky’s the limit when there are footprints on the moon.’

    Plant science = more pretty colours! On side note, it is testing my circle-drawing skills.

    (via learningandlife)