collaborative music queue Show more
please feel free to add as much music you'd like. i am always looking for new things to hear - anything and everything welcome!
short #article i read this morning. i took its advice and it's helpful. worth a read!
@TheGuyWhoLikesThings hi friend!
it uses the pomodoro technique and motivates you by grading your "focus" level - e.g. not picking up your phone until you earn a break. it also ranks you among others in your country so you're motivated to be #1!
tusky question Show more
hey guys! this is driving me NUTS - is there a way i can right align my profile info on Tusky? can i pop a bit of html in there, or..? screenshot attached
at the beginning of 2018, i set a goal to read 25 books this year. sounds small, but with how awful my mental health was in 2017, it was a HUGE project.
i exceeded this goal by 10! so far i've read 35 books in 2018, and i'm hoping to get one or two more in before the year ends.
in 2019, i'm shooting for 50. i missed reading so much, guys. depression is the worst and i'm so glad i'm (slowly but surely) kicking its ass.
to-do list Show more
-finishing my final project for A&P. it is an immensely detailed powerpoint that i'm about 30% through.
-finishing my final project for Lifespan Development. i have not begun this.
-writing a 600wd essay for Lifespan Dev. it's a simple topic so it won't be too hard, but still.
-posting/responding to others on discussion boards for both courses.
HELP! I SHOULD BE WORKING BUT INSTEAD I'M SCROLLING THROUGH SCHOLAR.SOCIAL AND SCREAMING
extremely tired psychology student.
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