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studyhardalwayspayoff:

Hi everyone ! So today i’ve decided to give some homework tips !
How I use my Agenda : [Here]
I hope you enjoy this and if you want a post on how I use my monthly calendar ♥ it :)

studyhardalwayspayoff:

Hi everyone ! So today i’ve decided to give some homework tips !

How I use my Agenda : [Here]

I hope you enjoy this and if you want a post on how I use my monthly calendar ♥ it :)

prep-progress-perfection:

A lot of you requested an in-depth look at how I set up my planner, so here we go!

What I use:

• Papermate InkJoy pens
• Post-It file tabs
• Avery color-coding labels
• stickers

Individual Pages:

I start by dividing the page in half. One side is for to-dos, the other is for goal tracking and reminders.

On my to-do side, I list any of my timed obligations at the top. Underneath that I put my task list for the day.

On the goal tracking side, I have my water intake, vitamins and exercise goals. I also have reminders for upcoming events or ideas for future projects.

Since inspiration is the biggest part of keeping myself motivated, I include a quote and a daily bible verse as little reminders. I use a daily app for the iPhone to find my favorites.

For my monthly calendar, I include all of my big appointments and different longer term work projects. This is where the Avery labels come in handy. All of my most important tasks are on a color coded sticker, so I can see them right at first glance.

And finally the front of my planner has extra sticky notes, a master chore list, a master to-do list, a general color-coding key and some of my favorite photos!

Remember this is just one of the hundreds of ways to setup a planner! I tweak my approach almost daily. Do what works best for you.

Study hard and stay awesome my friends.

Love planners who plan

Why are you so lazy?

Sorry for all the blurbs. Tumblr was on some BS cause I was going to type something and it kept saving just the title an wouldn’t let me go to the meat of the posting. It is okay!! I am so fucking annoyed and frustrated at people at both the Main and Side jobs. They are making my life miserable. First Main Job: loud and lazy Nurse (one of my folks) was giving Crazy Nurse report on her people. I come in to folks Dizzy and Nutty giving me blurbs about the patients. I got one from ER and another one from 4E. By the time I got to Room 34, LL tells me that 37 is to be transferred. I finish my vital and got to 37 to see she wasn’t packed. It was on the sheet that she was up for transfer so why didn’t Dizzy or Nutty pack her up. I getting her ready and went to get LL to help me. Guess what?? Her monkey ass bounced out so quick. No one helped me move this lady by bed to the east wing. One thing she was tiny but I was so pissed. By the time I got back, I was so fucking behind. Besides that Evening shift left glove boxes empty, garbage overflowing, people looking like shit. Confused Charge didn’t get me no fucking help so I have 18 patients ( 9 were completes, 5 standby, and 4 assists). I got 2 completes done due to the fact I had to relieve the sitter also.Day shift was pissed, and I really didn’t give a shit. There was three of them turkeys!!  I was glad that I only had one patient to see. I wanted to go to Dollar Tree and Aldi’s but I just was tired. 

Side job: I hate them all. If it not about my charting, its about something petty. My one HH client was going out of town so I told her that I would see her Tuesday and Saturday. She signed her papers already but she called the Nurse and that bitch never got back to her. WTF!!  They be grilling my patients to see if I come on time and what not and here they don’t get back to the patients.Wow, I just dealing with two nurses but still they are flaky like pie crust. 

How has your week been? Trying to reblog information so if you see something you like definitely add it to yours!

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Concentration Quiz
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Coping Tips for Attention Deficit Disorder
12 Best Tips for Coping with ADHD
50 Tips On The Management of Adult Attention Deficit
Medication
ADHD Medication Chart: Compare Drugs for ADD and ADHD
Drugs Used to Treat ADHD/ADD
ADD/ADHD Medications: Are ADHD Drugs Right for You
ADHD Medication Side Effects, Drug Types, Precautions
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Help Guide (Alcohol & Drugs)
Half of Us (Alcohol & Drugs)
Coping and Recovery
Tools of Recovery: Addiction Coping Skills
5 Ways to Deal With Urges and Cravings 
After Rehab: 5 Ways for Addicts to Cope
Addiction Recovery
Coping With Urges
Dealing With Cravings
ANGER
Coping
strategies to keep anger at bay
Anger management: 10 tips to tame your temper
Anger Management: Tips and Techniques
Feeling Angry
Controlling Anger — Before It Controls You
Dealing With Anger
How To Cope With Anger
Anger management: What works and what doesn’t
Ten Commandments of Anger Regulation
ANXIETY
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Anxiety Quiz
Social Anxiety Test
What are your stress triggers?
Coping Skills Quiz
Anxiety disorders explained
Help Guide (Anxiety Attacks & Anxiety Disorder)
Understanding and managing anxiety
learn more about anxiety
Anxiety Self-Assessment
Help Guide (General Anxiety Disorder)
Help Guide (Social Anxiety Disorder & Social Phobia)
Explanation of anxiety and self help tips 
Coping
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Identifying and Managing Anxiety
11 Assorted Anxiety Tips for Anxiety Sufferers
How to work through feelings of isolation
Tips and tricks for dealing with anxiety
Anti-stress breathing tips
How to stay under control with severe social anxiety
Coping with social anxiety
Managing Stress
how to help a friend with anxiety
Help Guide (Therapy)
Half of Us
Job interviews and social anxiety
Dealing with anxiety
Coping with test anxiety
Tips for flying anxiety
Grounding techniques 
More grounding techniques 
Even more grounding techniques
Mindfulness
Belly breathing
Living with anxiety
Social anxiety disorder self help tips.
Coping with flashbacks
What anxious racing thoughts are like for me
Using a thought diary
Panic Attacks
How to handle panic attacks
Exploring and coping with panic attacks
10 Rules for Coping with Anxiety and Panic
Tips to cope with panic attacks
Rules for coping with anxiety and panic
Understanding and coping with panic attacks
Understanding and helping panic attacks and panic disorders
Help Guide (Panic Attacks & Panic Disorder)
Coping with panic attacks workbook
Rules for coping with panic
Panic attack workbook 2
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Emotional baggage check
The Dawn Room
The quiet place
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Stress Analyst
cloudflowing
imagination
planetarium
weavesilk
calm
make sand art online
lifeinneon
dolldivine
barcinski-jeanjean
rainymood
do nothing for 2 minutes
stars
Muscle Relaxation
Mood chart
Medication
Help Guide (Anxiety Medicine)
Common Medications for Anxiety Disorders
Guidelines for Medication Use
Chat Rooms
HealthfulChat
Phobics Awareness 
Healing Well
Anxiety Space
BIPOLAR DISORDER
Information
Help Guide (Signs and Symptoms)
Half of Us
Bipolar Depression Quiz
 hypomania
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Bipolar disorder and self-help
Living with bipolar disorder
How to deal with bipolar disorder without medication
10 ways to cope with bipolar disorder
Coping skills
Help Guide (Self Help)
Bipolar Support tumblr
Medication
Help Guide (Bipolar Disorder Medication Guide)
Help Guide (Treatment)
Chat Rooms
HealthfulChat
Bipolar World
Healing Well
DEPRESSION
Information
depression information
Depression Infographic 
Help Guide (Depression: Signs, Symptoms, Causes & Help)
Help Guide (Teenage Depression: A Guide for Parents)
Half of Us
Depression Quiz
Coping
How to cope with depression
How to cope with depression 1
Natural depression treatments
Ways to deal with depression/stress
Tips to help overcome loneliness
10 Tips on How to Work Through Feelings of Social Isolation
8 Tips to Overcome Loneliness
Ways to deal with depression/stress
having a bad day?
Make a comfort box
10 Things to Do When You Feel Like Crap
how to find a new normal in the middle of depression
you are not alone in the way you think you are
reasons to stay alive
how to stop trying to think yourself into happiness and actually arrive there
cheer me up
Help Guide (Dealing with Depression)
Help Guide (Helping Someone with Depression)
Medication
What to expect with antidepressants
Finding the right anti-depressant
Chat Room
HealthfulChat
Healing Well
EATING DISORDERS
Recovery
281 Reasons to Recover
Eating Disorders and Emotional Eating Test
Relapse Prevention
Bloating, Indigestion, & Feeling too full
Why You Must Eat
Learning to Love Your Body
Tips to Stop Restricting
Dealing With Weight Gain
10 Steps to Bulimia Recovery Workbook
Coping with Exercise Addiction
Tips to help with bulimia recovery
Help Guide (Emotional Eating)
Help Guide (Binge Eating)
Help Guide (Bulimia)
Help Guide (Helping Someone With an Eating Disorder)
Help Guide (Treatment and Recovery)
Stop Hating Your Body
Body Positive Zone
Self Care 101
self esteem
30 day self esteem challenge
developing positive self esteem
learning-to-love-yourself
Something Fishy
Ways of coping with eating disordered behaviors
The addiction help center
FRIENDS WITH ILLNESS
How to deal/talk with bipolar and depressed people
What to do when your friend is talking about suicide
What to do if someone you know is overdosing
What to do if your friend is hurting themselves
How to help someone who is suicidal
here’s what you tell someone who wants to commit suicide
tips for looking after someone with depression
Friends with metal illness?
What to do when someone is suicidal
Help Guide (Helping Someone with Depression)
GENERAL RESOURCES
Feelings Wheel
PsychForums
Psych Central 
Lets Recover Together
How to find a Support Group 
DailyStrength
GRIEF AND LOSS
Help Guide (Coping with a Breakup or Divorce)
Help Guide (Coping with Grief & Loss)
Help Guide (Coping with Pet Loss)
Help Guide (Supporting a Grieving Person)
Help Guide (The Five Stages of Grief)
HOTLINES
Crisis Text Line: Text “SUPPORT” to 741741
Crisis Call Center Call 1-800-273-8255 (24/7) Text ANSWER to 839863 (24/7)
Thursday’s Child Call 1-800-872-5437 (24/7)
The Trevor Project Call 866-488-7386 (24/7)
National Safe Place Text SAFE and your current location to the number 69866
National Runaway Safeline Call 1-800-786-2929 (24/7)
National Domestic Violence Hotline Call 1-800-799-7233 (24/7) 
MEDITATION
Tips to Start Meditating
8 Ways to Make Meditation Easy and Fun
18 Minute Guided Meditation: Blissful Deep Relaxation
1 Hour Universal Mind Meditation
Guided Meditation for Sleep and Good Dreams
Guided Meditation and Progressive Muscle Relaxation
Progressive Muscle Relaxation
Guided Relaxation
Foundations in Flow Yoga Class
Heart Opening 30min Yoga Class
10min Shoulder Yoga Routine
9min Yoga Breathing Exercise (Pranayama) 
Kundalini Yoga Breathing Exercises (3 min)
Yoga Poses
OCD
Information
Specific Symptoms of OCD
Distinguishing OCD From Other Conditions
The Course of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 
 How do Obsessive Compulsive People Think?
Coping and Treatment
Natural Treatment Options
Treatments for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Additional Treatment Options for OCD
Residential Treatment for OCD
Medications for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
A New Relationship to Your Obsessions
How to Find Help for OCD
OCD: Exposure Therapy Versus Medication
Cognitive Therapy for OCD
Chat Rooms
HealthfulChat
OCD-UK
PERFECTIONISM
Information
Perfectionism Resources
Perfectionism - a double-edged sword
Type-A Personality Quiz
Perfectionism Test
Procrastination Test
Perfectionism: the road to failure
perfectionism and procrastination
Coping
How to Overcome Perfectionism
LEARN TO MANAGE PERFECTIONISM
How to Overcome Perfectionism & Procrastination
Perfectionism - Stress Management
10 Steps To Conquer Perfectionism
perfectionists coping with failure
PTSD
Information
Help Guide (Traumatic Stress)
Help Guide (PTSD)
Help Guide (Emotional & Psychological Trauma)
Mental Help
PTSD Infographic
Understanding PTSD
What is PTSD?
Coping
Coping with flashbacks
Self Help Strategies for PTSD
Coping with Traumatic Stress Reactions 
 Post-Traumatic Stress - Self-help Guide
Understanding and Coping with PTSD
Coping with PTSD
SCHIZOPHRENIA
Information
Schizophrenia: What’s in my head?
Help Guide
schizophrenia
Symptoms of Schizophrenia
Types of Schizophrenia
Causes of Schizophrenia
Coping
Living with Schizophrenia
Coping With Schizophrenia 
Schizophrenia Coping and Recovery
Schizophrenia: Coping with Delusions and Hallucinations
Paranoid schizophrenia Coping and support
Treatment
An Introduction to the Treatment of Schizophrenia
Treatment of Schizophrenia
Drugs to Treat Schizophrenia
Common Drugs and Medications to Treat Schizophrenia
Treating Schizophrenia Successfully 
SELF-HARM
Cut something that’s not real skin
Half of Us
Help Guide
Recover Your Life
Self-Injury Outreach & Support
How to care for cuts
Resisting cutting
25 ways to avoid self injury and prevent self harm
Tips to help stop cutting
99 Coping Skills: Things to do Instead of Cutting
What to do when someone sees
How to fade/cover scars
Alternatives For Cutting 1
Alternatives For Cutting 2
Alternatives For Cutting 3
Alternatives For Cutting 4
Alternatives For Cutting 5
SELF-LOVE
how to stop putting yourself down
Self confidence
how to improve your self-esteem
How to be ok with yourself
tips on self-love
Confidence
Learn to love yourself
when told you are not pretty
emergency compliment
lessons for self-love
SUICIDE
Coping with Suicidal Thought
What to do when someone is suicidal
How to help someone who is suicidal
here’s what you tell someone who wants to commit suicide
Help Guide (Suicide Prevention)
Help Guide (Dealing with Suicidal Thoughts & Feelings)
THERAPY
how to get free therapy
Getting a Therapist - a brief step-by-step
Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Therapist or Counsellor?
50 Signs of Good Therapy
50 Warning Signs of Questionable Therapy

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ABUSE

Information

Coping

Chat Rooms 

ADD/ADHD

Information

Coping

Medication

ADDICTION

Information

Coping and Recovery

ANGER

Coping

ANXIETY

Information

Coping

Panic Attacks

Interactives

Medication

Chat Rooms

BIPOLAR DISORDER

Information

Coping

Medication

Chat Rooms

DEPRESSION

Information

Coping

Medication

Chat Room

EATING DISORDERS

Recovery

FRIENDS WITH ILLNESS

GENERAL RESOURCES

GRIEF AND LOSS

HOTLINES

MEDITATION

OCD

Information

Coping and Treatment

Chat Rooms

PERFECTIONISM

Information

Coping

PTSD

Information

Coping

SCHIZOPHRENIA

Information

Coping

Treatment

SELF-HARM

SELF-LOVE

SUICIDE

THERAPY

toethefinishline:

How to stay motivated?
This can be tough. We all want to live a healthy lifestyle, eat right, exercise, and have fun! But it can be hard with everything going on in life. With school, work, responsibilities, and more, our healthy lifestyles are often pushed aside and forgotten. How can you balance life and stay motivated with your healthy habits?
Eating Healthy:
Figure out a good plan. A general one- like which days you need to cook, go to the store, workout, do your assignments, work, visit with friends, etc. Making a plan can help you organize your week so you have more time to get everything done! If you have a test tomorrow then plan on studying tonight and working out tomorrow! 
Find new recipes- don’t get bored of the same old foods that you eat everyday! Try something new every week! It is more fun and gives you a great opportunity to try new things!
Buy a health book! I love reading about healthy eating and learning about all of the benefits! It really motivates me to eat right!
Shop at health food stores! I always get so excited when I get to go to Trader Joes or Whole Foods! I love going there and picking out healthy foods and it definitely motivates me to eat right!
Cook with a friend or family! It can be really fun cooking with someone and your family will definitely love the extra help!
Make healthy versions of your favorite foods! It doesn’t have to be boring! There are so many good, delicious, & healthy recipes out there! 
Flavor up your water with different fruits!
Working Out:
Set goals! I love having a running plan to follow throughout the week! You don’t have to follow it perfectly but having a basic plan can definitely help to keep you on track!
Remember your goals. Whether you write them down, make a motivation board, etc. Find what works for you! It is important that you keep them in mind! Remember what you are working for and why you are doing this! 
Record your progress. Whether it is in the amount of reps you can do, distance you can run, weight you can lift, progress pictures of you, or whatever you want to use, being able to track your progress over time and see how far you have come definitely helps!
Find a friend! Friends make most things more fun! Start working out with them, going to the store, cooking new recipes, and just having fun! You two can keep each other on track!
Try a new gym class! Now that I belong to the gym I go often! They have all kinds of equipment (so you can mix it up!) and a bunch of classes! From yoga, to cycling, to kick boxing, to aqua aerobics! Find something fun and new ! It is always great to try new things! 
Buy some new workout gear! It doesn’t have to be nice or expensive but sometimes just having something new is motivating! I bought a $10 running armband and I always use it and I was so motivated to run once I got it!
Mix up your routine! You can change your running path, change your workout routine, try something new, do it at a different time of day! Whatever makes it more fun for you!
Make a new playlist! Who doesn’t love when that one song comes on that really gets you going? Make a whole playlist of songs like that!
Remember how it makes you feel! I love how I feel from eating healthy & working out and it definitely motivates me to keep it up !
How to stay motivated during recovery:
Always remember what you are working for. Remember who you want to become and how amazing your life will be once you rid the disorder. Imagine it, write it down, whatever you want- never forget why you are recovering.
Tell yourself everyday that you are beautiful - 10 times a day! It helps- it may feel weird at first but it does help! You will feel happier & better and self-love is so important during recovery!
Find support. Whether it be a professional, a friend, your family, whoever. Find someone who supports you and can help you during times when you are struggling! We all slip up and it is important to have someone to go to when you need help!
Find someone who inspires you. Let them be your motivation to keep going! You don’t have to be just like them but you can use their successes to inspire your own!
Become an inspiration to others! The way you deal with your recovery and hard times will greatly inspire others when they are struggling as well! Keep your head up & never give up! 
I hope this helps you all stay motivated ! I am here if you ever need any help or anything else (:
-Casey (toethefinishline)

toethefinishline:

How to stay motivated?

This can be tough. We all want to live a healthy lifestyle, eat right, exercise, and have fun! But it can be hard with everything going on in life. With school, work, responsibilities, and more, our healthy lifestyles are often pushed aside and forgotten. How can you balance life and stay motivated with your healthy habits?

Eating Healthy:

  • Figure out a good plan. A general one- like which days you need to cook, go to the store, workout, do your assignments, work, visit with friends, etc. Making a plan can help you organize your week so you have more time to get everything done! If you have a test tomorrow then plan on studying tonight and working out tomorrow! 
  • Find new recipes- don’t get bored of the same old foods that you eat everyday! Try something new every week! It is more fun and gives you a great opportunity to try new things!
  • Buy a health book! I love reading about healthy eating and learning about all of the benefits! It really motivates me to eat right!
  • Shop at health food stores! I always get so excited when I get to go to Trader Joes or Whole Foods! I love going there and picking out healthy foods and it definitely motivates me to eat right!
  • Cook with a friend or family! It can be really fun cooking with someone and your family will definitely love the extra help!
  • Make healthy versions of your favorite foods! It doesn’t have to be boring! There are so many good, delicious, & healthy recipes out there! 
  • Flavor up your water with different fruits!

Working Out:

  • Set goals! I love having a running plan to follow throughout the week! You don’t have to follow it perfectly but having a basic plan can definitely help to keep you on track!
  • Remember your goals. Whether you write them down, make a motivation board, etc. Find what works for you! It is important that you keep them in mind! Remember what you are working for and why you are doing this! 
  • Record your progress. Whether it is in the amount of reps you can do, distance you can run, weight you can lift, progress pictures of you, or whatever you want to use, being able to track your progress over time and see how far you have come definitely helps!
  • Find a friend! Friends make most things more fun! Start working out with them, going to the store, cooking new recipes, and just having fun! You two can keep each other on track!
  • Try a new gym class! Now that I belong to the gym I go often! They have all kinds of equipment (so you can mix it up!) and a bunch of classes! From yoga, to cycling, to kick boxing, to aqua aerobics! Find something fun and new ! It is always great to try new things! 
  • Buy some new workout gear! It doesn’t have to be nice or expensive but sometimes just having something new is motivating! I bought a $10 running armband and I always use it and I was so motivated to run once I got it!
  • Mix up your routine! You can change your running path, change your workout routine, try something new, do it at a different time of day! Whatever makes it more fun for you!
  • Make a new playlist! Who doesn’t love when that one song comes on that really gets you going? Make a whole playlist of songs like that!
  • Remember how it makes you feel! I love how I feel from eating healthy & working out and it definitely motivates me to keep it up !

How to stay motivated during recovery:

  • Always remember what you are working for. Remember who you want to become and how amazing your life will be once you rid the disorder. Imagine it, write it down, whatever you want- never forget why you are recovering.
  • Tell yourself everyday that you are beautiful - 10 times a day! It helps- it may feel weird at first but it does help! You will feel happier & better and self-love is so important during recovery!
  • Find support. Whether it be a professional, a friend, your family, whoever. Find someone who supports you and can help you during times when you are struggling! We all slip up and it is important to have someone to go to when you need help!
  • Find someone who inspires you. Let them be your motivation to keep going! You don’t have to be just like them but you can use their successes to inspire your own!
  • Become an inspiration to others! The way you deal with your recovery and hard times will greatly inspire others when they are struggling as well! Keep your head up & never give up! 

I hope this helps you all stay motivated ! I am here if you ever need any help or anything else (:

-Casey (toethefinishline)

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A few May 2014 events.