School will be started again last week, and it is the perfect time to make changes to how you study for classes. So take a look at some inspiration while you are either doing last minute shopping, those final calls or signing those last few papers. You are not alone, I am also going to be taking a
class this fall (Operations Management) . Through my eagerness for class, I have have found some wonderful blogs that will not only inspire you (and your desk space) but also has suggestions and tools to help during the school year.
Monthly there is new printables available for download,my favorite one is the study planner. It is very handy for organizing your week ( I currently use mine to know what main tasks I have to do each day). Going through CMPSBLS you will also find master posts filled with information to help with things such as studying, organization, essay creation and more. You will notice that the creator has reblogged posts from readers who have used her hashtag #cmpsbls. This alone will give you inspiration for your desk to possibly new supplies for your studdy sessions.
Questions about how to handle something during the school year? This is where to go. Every question is answered with links and other rescources that will help solve your problem. In addition there is a great selection of master posts which round up various resources for single purpouses (studying, exams etc). These types of posts are staples of this type of blog and it does not hurt to have multiple places to refer to. Do take note of how gorgeous these notes are, Acadehmic was the blog that inspired me to make better notes for my classes (which you can see in the title image).
This girl has it all, but lets stick with what stands out. She creates “plan with me” videos regularly to inspire her readers to become more organized with a planner (but in a pretty way). Her desk , and those of her readers, are so cute you will want to run out for a few desk supplies (guilty). If you are on a budget check out her desktop wallpapers to give your desk a little update without spending anything.
I really hope you enjoyed these three study blogs as much as I did. If you have any other suggestions or want to share something you found, share it in the comments below with the Tea Journey community.