An example of a not so perfect bullet journal. When I started bullet journaling I thought perfection was pivotal: pretty pictures and doodles with bright colours and calligraphy. However, now with a Year’s experience I have learnt a lot, and I would like to share that with all of you lovely people, by showing you a very rushed spread I made in preparation for my exams. At the top you see a beautiful template I began for Monday (the day I got sick) and as I fluctuated between wellness and illness; my pretty, piteresque spread went to the wayside. But bullet journals are not ALL about being presentable - they were designed for functionality. So if you feel that a quick list is more helpful in your situation then go for it, and don’t let the pursuit of perfection hold you back! We can’t plan life perfectly, life runs at its own trajectory that often messes up our well planned diaries and calendars, but it is important to plan for what may go wrong and be patient with yourself when it does. Adaptability is key! This season I hope everyone feeling sick gets well soon and those that are feeling healthy take care of yourself too! Have an amazing day guys ❤️❤️❤️ #bulletjournal#bujo#bujoweeklyspread#bujoinspiration#student#study#studygram#eduspration#somanyhashtags#staedlerpens#staedler#staedlerfineliner#aussiestudent#australianstudent#nursing#nursingstudent
@EdithCowanUni prides itself on being one the of the top ranking public universities for student satisfaction (QILT rating 2017). At REV, we welcome our ECU volunteers at this year's festival to help them gain valuable industry experience.
Excitement level: 4000% 🔥
Payday is tomorrow and I’m ready to take my remaining 6K of student loan debt down to less than 5K 👊🏻
I won’t smash my 2K a month goal in July thanks to the less than favourable exchange rate, but I’m staying focused and on track to be HECs free by the start of October ✨
Here’s to being debt free by 23 👩🏼💻
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all our students!
We hope you enjoy the holidays and come back with lots of energy in 2018.
Here are some ideas to improve your language skills during the Christmas break:
1. Read a book written in the language you’re studying
2. Meet some classmates during the break to practice conversation
3. Watch movies or TV shows in the foreign language with Closed Caption (CC) – subtitles -
4. Choose a cool band/singer and listen to their songs while reading the lyrics
5. Research about the slang words of that language
Wishing you all the best,
Your Lyceum Team
Sekali atau dua kali seminggu, kami mewajibkan diri untuk telpon bokap nyokap di Indo. Kadang nyambung, kadang enggak. Kadang diangkat, kadang enggak. Sinyal di Sydney mah bagus2 aja. Kadang juga lg telpon seru-serunya tapi tiba-tiba keputus. Yang ditelpon selalu bilang: mbak, kuotaku abis. Atau mbak disini sinyal jelek. 😂 Malam begini pas nggak ada ngaji atau pas weekend atau pas yah lg pengen banget cerita aja kami bisa telponnya. Berat badanku juga turun. Banyak yang bilang aku kurus kerontang untuk ukuran cewek2 'pejuang' nasib disini. 🤣 That is why kami nyetok susu buanyak banget. Eh ini bukan endorse merk susu yah. 😌 Apalagi musim dingin kayak begini. Pilek, batuk, masuk angin, pusing, ditambah sakit gigi sampai nggak kerja dan iktikaf. Nggak doyan makan, menci2, muntah2 😫Yah.... but it's better than our lives before. Alhamdulillah... Begitu menikah, berkomitmenutk menunda momongan krn saat medical check up tidak boleh hamil. 🙃 LDR-an 5 bulan. Pusing kalau udah waktunya bayar kuliah. 😅 Dan yang paling stress adalah mikir si akang dikasih makan apa tiap harinya. 😩 Dan disinilah pentingnya saling menguatkan, memahami, mendukung, memijat 😏, dan menyeka air mata ☺️#marriagelife#studentlife#overseasstudent#aussiestudent#strongcouple#marriegeissobeautiful