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Ha! Future exams will no longer break me!

Ha! Future exams will no longer break me!

How to make difficult decisions (and not just for work) - https://cuberules.com/2016/09/09/make-difficult-decisions-not-just-work/

How to make difficult decisions (and not just for work) - https://cuberules.com/2016/09/09/make-difficult-decisions-not-just-work/

Technology is Awesome ;) - Imgur

Technology is Awesome ;) - Imgur

I use Ctrl + C, Ctrl + V, and Ctrl + X  all the time and a few others occasionally… I had no idea there were so many more shortcuts! via pinterest

I use Ctrl + C, Ctrl + V, and Ctrl + X all the time and a few others occasionally… I had no idea there were so many more shortcuts! via pinterest

12 Unusual Productivity Hacks to Help You Write Faster | Inc.com

12 Unusual Productivity Hacks to Help You Write Faster | Inc.com

ICATER #AT Tip of the Day: Students: these great tools will help you finish the semester strong- even if midterms has you down!

ICATER #AT Tip of the Day: Students: these great tools will help you finish the semester strong- even if midterms has you down!

Photo | 1000 Life Hacks | Bloglovin’

Photo | 1000 Life Hacks | Bloglovin’

OMG SO Smart!! Life Hacks - Page 2 of 2 - Princess Pinky Girl - Princess Pinky Girl // Powered by chloédigital

OMG SO Smart!! Life Hacks - Page 2 of 2 - Princess Pinky Girl - Princess Pinky Girl // Powered by chloédigital

When it comes to skincare, most people, I think, have a very specific hierarchy of needs. Like, maintaining clear skin is probably first on your agenda. Then, there’s abetting dryness. Sopping up oiliness. Dealing with those weird dark spots on your nose that look like blackheads, but never actually go away. Last, you’d have skin softness. (I suppose that I should acknowledge that here, I am using the second-person form with wild abandon, and “you” really means “I.”

When it comes to skincare, most people, I think, have a very specific hierarchy of needs. Like, maintaining clear skin is probably first on your agenda. Then, there’s abetting dryness. Sopping up oiliness. Dealing with those weird dark spots on your nose that look like blackheads, but never actually go away. Last, you’d have skin softness. (I suppose that I should acknowledge that here, I am using the second-person form with wild abandon, and “you” really means “I.”