☯ yo i'm mallissa. i love bands and anime and dogs v much
I HAVE A QUEUE SET UP so don't be weirded out if i reblog something from u that u reblogged like 2 months ago ok
panic at the disco is my favorite band ever (here are some other bands i like)
dallon weekes tweeted me on october 8th saying "modest is hottest" [x] and i basically died
Bob is like one of the most stereotypical names but how many bobs do you actually know
Just a reminder
when you go to a friends house and their pet sits next you
Best iphone unboxing ever
Someone yelled “SHIT” I’m crying in class
THE VIDEO IS SO MUCH BETTER THAN THE GIF IM GONNA DIE
Publicity done right in an anti-rape campaign: double-page spread, pages glued to one another. After the reader forcefully separates them, the image above is revealed with the caption “if you have to use force, it’s rape”.
THIS IS BRILLIANT
I WANT THIS IN EVERY MAGAZINE
My body is ready.
I know it’s mashed potatoes and gravy but is it bad that I thought it was ice cream and caramel?
…it is ice cream and caramel
why would anyone put mashed potatoes and gravy in an apple
New still of Chris Pratt in Jurassic World (2015)
i’m a heterosexual man and i’m screaming
Oh my christ
HOW I TAKE NOTES!
Taking good, accurate, and fast notes is crucial to success in any sort of post-secondary education. It’s only now, in my third year, that I’ve finally nailed down a system that works. For me. It may not work for you, fancypants.
- Take speedy notes in class. Notes on notes. On notes. This is probably the most important step. When I’m in class, I try to focus both on what is on the slide/ board, and what the prof is saying. Often I find what the prof is saying comes in handy later on when I’m studying because it can help contextualize what I’ve written down.
- Skip a few days. Relax. Have a nap. Have three.
- Re-write the notes, taking care to focus on definitions and key words. For me, this involves separate colours. Green is for key words that will stick in my brain for when I need them later, like on the midterm. Pink is for terms and definitions. This way, when I’m trying to memorize, the most important things can jump out at me. Purple is for headings and general knowledge. I usually know a list or group of similar characteristics is coming when I need purple.
Studies show that both re-writing your notes and using different colours helps with retention. I think this method works so well for me because I feel like I’m getting a two-for one: prettier notes, and extra studying. Mama loves a bargain.
Credits to my homeboy’s Mankiw, Kneebone, and McKenzie, for making Microeconomics fun since 2011.