This was the study position I assumed for most of the morning. I promise I am not that addicted to yoga, it’s just that sometimes my back gets really sore from studying and this is the best way to stretch it out while I work. The tissue in this photo really adds to the artistry of the picture I know. According to my facial expression in this picture I finding writing essays on ethics very exciting…?! Either I was having an epiphany or I that is a forced smile hiding a lot of rage at trying to get my word count to be 500 words less than it currently is. You decide.
The best study tool ever has entered my life: the most beautiful minion bookmarks I could ever have imagined from my bestie. She drew these herself, how amazing is that? After I stopped crying tears of joy when she gave them to me I said that the middle one looks like her (cos she’s a pastry chef) and then she said “yeah and the one on it’s right is you”. LOL. Pretty accurate 🙂
My current favourite study fuel: oats and yoghurt and whatever fruit I can rustle up. It’s so easy to bring to uni and I have finally learnt to always keep a spoon in my bag as my uni doesn’t have any spoons anywhere and last time I had to eat my rice with a ripped up paper cup. My classmates thought I was inventive and just a little feral.
I am still really enjoying reading The Art of Happiness by the Dalai Lama and I need to remind myself of this quote when I study:
And an excellent prelude to studying all day: the below quick ashtanga video. I really enjoyed it because a) I am obsessed with ashtanga, b) I liked the teacher’s style, and c) It is pretty much the shortest version of ashtanga I have ever seen, which is great when you have a boatload of study (or other things) to do.
If you are a student right now (or have been in the past), what are some of your study tips/traditions?
What was your workout today? – I am excited to run tomorrow after two days off! 🙂