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universityofutah:

#TuesdaysGone (the sun’s portion of it at least). #UofU #marriottlibrary #LynyrdSkynyrd #utahsunset #Usunset (at J. Willard Marriott Library)

universityofutah:

#TuesdaysGone (the sun’s portion of it at least). #UofU #marriottlibrary #LynyrdSkynyrd #utahsunset #Usunset (at J. Willard Marriott Library)

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uncbears:

Pack Smart: Checklist for a Freshman
We are just about 5 weeks away from hall opening for the 2014-15 academic year. For many of you this is your first major move.  We know that it can be a tough decision on what to bring and what to leave at home. Your new home-away-from-home at UNC might be smaller than your room at home, so it is important to make a checklist and get organized.  
Another important tip is to reach out to your roommate to find out what they plan on bringing for the room. Maximize your space by not duplicating large items like printers, microwaves, mini-fridge, etc. 
When packing, utilize containers that you can use for storage; plastic milk crates, under-bed boxes, laundry baskets and more.  
Here are some helpful checklists: 
Tools & Supplies:
Batteries
Light bulbs
Duct tape
Flashlight
Sewing kit
Basic toolkit
Tape
Emergency kit (band-aids, Neosporin, cotton balls, etc)
Powerstrip
Ziplock bags
Plastic food containers

 Personal Items: 
Towels (wash, hand, bath)
Shower flip-flops
Shower caddy/basket
Hair care products
Styling tools
Hair dryer
Trash bags/trash can
Laundry basket/detergent
Pillows
2 sets of sheets
Lamp
Small fan
Cosmetics
Toothbrush/toothpaste/floss
Shaving items
Reusable water bottles
Flu and cold medicines          

Study Needs:
Laptop/laptop lock
Calculator
Memory stick
White out
Pens/pencils
Printer
Printer paper
Headphones
Alarm clock
Post-its
Stapler/staples

Clothing:  The important thing to remember here is to bring items that are going to be comfortable, easy to care for, and provide you with the opportunity to mix and match. In Colorado we can have sun and snow in the same day so bring a variety. We like to say that you need to layer in Colorado.  Don’t try to pack everything you own. You can make trips home where you can change things out or send some things home and have a “clothing care package” sent to you with a fresh selection. 
Bring a few dressier items for special occasions
Comfortable shoes (athletic, dress, outdoor)
Jackets for various weather conditions 

For a complete list on what to is approved and what is not approved visit the Housing & Residential Education website. Please share any packing tips that you have below!

uncbears:

Pack Smart: Checklist for a Freshman

We are just about 5 weeks away from hall opening for the 2014-15 academic year. For many of you this is your first major move.  We know that it can be a tough decision on what to bring and what to leave at home. Your new home-away-from-home at UNC might be smaller than your room at home, so it is important to make a checklist and get organized.  

Another important tip is to reach out to your roommate to find out what they plan on bringing for the room. Maximize your space by not duplicating large items like printers, microwaves, mini-fridge, etc. 

When packing, utilize containers that you can use for storage; plastic milk crates, under-bed boxes, laundry baskets and more.  

Here are some helpful checklists: 

Tools & Supplies:

  • Batteries
  • Light bulbs
  • Duct tape
  • Flashlight
  • Sewing kit
  • Basic toolkit
  • Tape
  • Emergency kit (band-aids, Neosporin, cotton balls, etc)
  • Powerstrip
  • Ziplock bags
  • Plastic food containers

 Personal Items

  • Towels (wash, hand, bath)
  • Shower flip-flops
  • Shower caddy/basket
  • Hair care products
  • Styling tools
  • Hair dryer
  • Trash bags/trash can
  • Laundry basket/detergent
  • Pillows
  • 2 sets of sheets
  • Lamp
  • Small fan
  • Cosmetics
  • Toothbrush/toothpaste/floss
  • Shaving items
  • Reusable water bottles
  • Flu and cold medicines          

Study Needs:

  • Laptop/laptop lock
  • Calculator
  • Memory stick
  • White out
  • Pens/pencils
  • Printer
  • Printer paper
  • Headphones
  • Alarm clock
  • Post-its
  • Stapler/staples

Clothing:  The important thing to remember here is to bring items that are going to be comfortable, easy to care for, and provide you with the opportunity to mix and match. In Colorado we can have sun and snow in the same day so bring a variety. We like to say that you need to layer in Colorado.  Don’t try to pack everything you own. You can make trips home where you can change things out or send some things home and have a “clothing care package” sent to you with a fresh selection. 

  • Bring a few dressier items for special occasions
  • Comfortable shoes (athletic, dress, outdoor)
  • Jackets for various weather conditions 

For a complete list on what to is approved and what is not approved visit the Housing & Residential Education website. Please share any packing tips that you have below!

Veterinary Medicine is for Spoiled Rich Girls

Veterinary Medicine is for Spoiled Rich Girls

I understand this title might be unpopular.  And maybe a little strongly worded.  But even the dissenters have to acknowledge there has been a shift in the career’s image and it’s central figure–the veterinarian.  OR, you may disagree and chalk this post up to bitterness.  Which, OK maybe.  BUT despite any residual bitterness at being thrown out of my career dream before I was even allowed to…

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(Source: pinterest.com, via kit10phish)

Reblogged from study-inspo
study-inspo:

How To Make A Summer Study Schedule
Hello, my worker bees! As promised, here is my guide for making a summer study schedule. Please keep in mind that I know mine is a little intense— I just want to take advantage of all the time I have, and to ensure that the next school year is not as stressful as the past one was. This doesn’t mean your schedule has to look like mine. 
1. Set Goals: to have a productive summer that doesn’t leave you cramming in your summer assignments the week before school starts, organize your thoughts early. I do this by writing out what classes I have next year, and then setting goals for each class. example: Physics- do summer assignment, learn chapters 1-5 in the textbook, begin preparing for the Physics SAT exam.2. Find a template that’s right for you: I used this lovely one: http://lorinadaiana.com/new-year-new-schedule/Except I whited out the words “Winter 2014” so that I could physically write in the month and date for June. 
3. Before filling out your plans for the day, decide what each day of the week will be focused on: In my schedule, I label the day of the week with its main focus: whether that’s biology, SAT practice, or Spanish.4. Fill in your template: a few notes about this:
Be realistic- know your limits, and be honest with yourself when you’re making the schedule. Are you really going to wake up at 5 every day? Are you really going to study for 5 hours without a break? 
Be flexible- you’ll notice that I don’t have my Saturday or Sunday filled out. I do this later on in the week, usually on Fridays, because I really can’t predict what my family is doing those two days. I rely on other people, so my schedule on some days is up in the air until later in the week.
Be colorful- color code for best results (and to make the schedule pretty!)
Make time for fun- it’s still the summer, so make sure there’s a little time for things like working out or meeting friends
Make time for studying- don’t forget that the summer is your opportunity to get ahead or learn something new. Don’t waste all day doing things you’ll later regret

Alright, my worker bees! That’s all for now! Good luck, and remember you can always ask me questions if they come up! I believe in you, you can do this!

study-inspo:

How To Make A Summer Study Schedule

Hello, my worker bees! As promised, here is my guide for making a summer study schedule. Please keep in mind that I know mine is a little intense— I just want to take advantage of all the time I have, and to ensure that the next school year is not as stressful as the past one was. This doesn’t mean your schedule has to look like mine. 

1. Set Goals: to have a productive summer that doesn’t leave you cramming in your summer assignments the week before school starts, organize your thoughts early. I do this by writing out what classes I have next year, and then setting goals for each class. example: Physics- do summer assignment, learn chapters 1-5 in the textbook, begin preparing for the Physics SAT exam.

2. Find a template that’s right for you: I used this lovely one: http://lorinadaiana.com/new-year-new-schedule/
Except I whited out the words “Winter 2014” so that I could physically write in the month and date for June. 

3. Before filling out your plans for the day, decide what each day of the week will be focused on: In my schedule, I label the day of the week with its main focus: whether that’s biology, SAT practice, or Spanish.

4. Fill in your template: a few notes about this:

  1. Be realistic- know your limits, and be honest with yourself when you’re making the schedule. Are you really going to wake up at 5 every day? Are you really going to study for 5 hours without a break? 
  2. Be flexible- you’ll notice that I don’t have my Saturday or Sunday filled out. I do this later on in the week, usually on Fridays, because I really can’t predict what my family is doing those two days. I rely on other people, so my schedule on some days is up in the air until later in the week.
  3. Be colorful- color code for best results (and to make the schedule pretty!)
  4. Make time for fun- it’s still the summer, so make sure there’s a little time for things like working out or meeting friends
  5. Make time for studying- don’t forget that the summer is your opportunity to get ahead or learn something new. Don’t waste all day doing things you’ll later regret

Alright, my worker bees! That’s all for now! Good luck, and remember you can always ask me questions if they come up! I believe in you, you can do this!

Run Faster [NOT by me]

Run Faster [NOT by me]

This  post serves 2 purposes:  1]  post something after a long-ish dry spell.  2]  Future reference for myself.  You’re welcome, and I promise to post for real tomorrow when I’m rested.  I slept ZERO last night because I’m turning into my father.

http://www.wikihow.com/Run-a-7-Minute-Mile

The Galloway Method is based on the premise that regular walking breaks improve your performance.
Jeff says,…

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Reblogged from fitblrholics
Reblogged from universityofutah
universityofutah:

#WasatchWednesday: The #wildflowers are beginning to bloom in the #Wasatch. Thanks to @thinktrails for the pic with pink! #Utah #UofU #SLC

universityofutah:

#WasatchWednesday: The #wildflowers are beginning to bloom in the #Wasatch. Thanks to @thinktrails for the pic with pink! #Utah #UofU #SLC

With Time—Comes Poverty [post-quil]

With Time–Comes Poverty [post-quil]

last wk Frb 2014 006I’m not complaining.  If I had to make the decision to quit my job (with no prospects) again, right now:  I’d make the exact same choice.  It was one of the best decisions I ever made.  Not that it was easy.  Quitting that job, the only career avenue I’ve ever known, facing uncertainty–was one of the most difficult things.  BUT I needed to get out for my own mentalhealth.  And I do feel so much…

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