When you're setting your big goals for the months ahead, it's worth it to take a second and change your perspective. Think up your ideal schedule and imagine what that might look like. Then you can take those blueprints and build from the ground up.
cayliestudies: “1 8 . 0 6 . 1 7 [ e x a m s ] hi!! how’s everyone? here’s my june spread + i still have one more exam on wed then i’ll be going back home to singapore for the hols ^__^✨ instagram: @ cayliestudies”
// days of productivity // i haven’t posted in awhile; it’s good to finally post something again. anyways, here’s my journal spread for the week! i finally added printed pictures and it’s made journaling (and filling up space) much easier.
hufflenerd: “ ( 34 days to finals ) making bullet journal spreads is time-consuming, but very cathartic. in the midst of applying for colleges, and procrastinating studying for finals, it’s comforting to know that at least my october spread.