Saturday, July 31, 2010

Back to School: How to Organize Your School Supplies

I have to apologize about not keeping my promise. I told you guys that I will do every week one How-article but I had so much going on these past weeks, so that I just hadn't had the time to concentrate on my blog. But now I have a lot of free time to do it.

It's already the end of June. In one day it's August, and we have only one month of freedom left. We have to think about school again and then how to organize our school year, our supplies, or even our locker, because I think a lot of You don't want to go to school at your first day and you don't have a clue what are you going to do with your locker, or with your free time, or you don't find anything because you haven't organized your school supplies. And that's why I recommend you to think about school and organizing your things and free time, one month before school begins, because then you don't have to think about this boring stuff and you can just concentrate on your studies and hang out with your friends.
So, Let's Start!

Step 1: Make a list of things you need such as:
  • Pencils, Pens, Color Pencils
  • Long Ruler, Eraser, "White Out"
  • Highlighters, Glue, Scissors, Pencil Sharpeners
  • Protractor, Mini Calculator
Step 2: Buy organizational supplies

Step 3: Put papers where they belong right away. Anytime you get an important paper or a returned assignment from one of your teachers, put it away immediately. You can either put it in the appropriate folder for the class or in your binder or notebook. If you put things away immediately, you will find it much easier to keep your supplies and papers organized and you won't lose any of them and they will be clean and nice when you need to give them to someone or just need to study from them.

Step 4: Use a zippered pencil pouch to hold your small school supplies. You can use pencil pouches to hold pencils, pens, erasers, highlighters and any other supplies you may need. The pouch will keep everything safe and prevent you from losing and misplacing your small items.

Step 5: Color code supplies by class or subject. Choose a different color scheme for each of your courses. Doing this will keep supplies for each class separated. use a color-coded folder for each of your classes to hold important papers. You can also either have a binder with a color-coded tabs for each of your class or separate color-coded binder or notebook for each class.

Step 6: Keep your school locker clean and organized. Designate a place for everything in your locker. This will make it easier for you to easily and quickly find the supplies that you need. Be sure to get rid of trash or obsolete supplies in your locker on a regular basis as well.

Step 7: Always keep your desk clean and organized. But a pencil holder, and a rubber, glue, pencil sharpener, and some other supplies on your desk so when you need then you can always just get them, instead of trying to find them from your purse or backpack. Have a different colored sticky notes if you need to stick something on your post wall or into your books or notebooks. It's also necessary to keep your daily notebook on your desk, so that if you need to write something down or you need to do something in the future, then you can instantly write it down.

So these where the magical 7 Steps, How to organize Your school Supplies. I hope it helped and start thinking about school because I think you don't want to leave everything in last minute.
Have a nice last month and next week I will continue with my Back to school How-articles.
Next article will be: How to organize your locker ?

Take Care,

Thursday, July 8, 2010

5 Reasons Why to Watch Grey's Anatomy ?!

Have you ever heard from Grey's Anatomy ? I think you do, because it's the best doctors show right after Dr. House what TV people have ever made. I think I don't know a single person who doesn't know Grey's Anatomy. But if that kind of person exists, I'm going to post for him/her the summary of the show.

Grey's Anatomy is and American medical drama television series. It follows the lives of interns, residents, and their mentors on the fictional Seattle Grace-Mercy West Hospital in Seattle, Washington.

The main characters are Meredith Gray, Alex Karev, George
O'Malley, Izzie Stevens, Christina Yang, Miranda Bailey and so on. My personal favorite is Christina Yang because she is a very strong person and she knows what she wants and sometimes she gets that! If you have watched the show also then write me in the comments below who is your favorite character and why ?
So, let's get started now with the reasons !

1.Many different personalities

Yang and Gray have so different personalities. The differ from each other like Moon and Sun. Yang has very strong personality like I said before and Gray's personality is more calm then Christina's. Meredith always accepts the situations and the things she has, but Yang sometimes wants more than she has. Or let's take Alex and George. O'Malley cares about people and his work more than Karev and Karev is more arrogant than Georg. O'Malley is often funnier than Alex and Alex is more serious than Georg. I hope that now you see the difference between the personalities, and it's quite fun to watch how they communicate with each other.

2. Romance and Drama

There's always something going on between the doctors. For example Izzy has been with Karev and George, George has been with Meredith and Izzy, Meredith has been with O'Malley and Derek and maybe even with Mark Sloan, Alex Karev has been with a lot of nurses and wth a lot of doctors, as well Mark Sloan. I think the only person who stayed dating with only one person is Yang, and she was with Preston Burke. So that you see how complicated, how romantic and how much drama this show can offer us ? :)

3. Knowledge and Influence

After you had watched the show you feel like "Hey, I should be a doctor in the future" Because the whole show is built up so good and it makes you think that doctors real lives are that interesting and saving people, and discovering new medical studies is simple and thrilling. But in the real life it is so different and more complicated. But sometimes it's nice to live in the clouds !
And the knowledge what you got from the show is quite small but you still know something. Like what to use when a girl has cut herself or what cement does with a human body.

4. Excitement

In Grey's Anatomy happens always something thrilling and exciting. For an example Meredith was crawling over a dead guy into upside-down ambulance, Derek's fancy bran-mapping computer crashed in the middle of a brain surgery, Bailey and Christina had to treat a neo-Nazi with a giant swastika tattoo on his tummy, and adorable Seth Green's exposed artery squirted a whole lot of blood over Lexie. If this isn't exciting for you, then what is then ?

5. Great Actors

The actors in Grey's Anatomy are very good. They can pull off many different characters and chemistry between them and also they look smart too. Sometimes they even make you laugh !

So I hop you liked my 5 reasons why to watch that show, and after reading my post you're going to watch it !

Take Care,

How to Mend A Broken Heart ?

I was thinking about doing every week an How-article. Some of beauty How-articles will be posted on blog but most of them probably here. I hope these articles will be helpful and interesting. Also you have something to wait
every week ;) This week topic is "How to mend a broken heart ?"

Summer is here and many of us experience summer romance. At first it's really nice and sweet and all that but when summer starts to end, so does summer romance. It doesn't happen every time, but when it does my article will help you to mend your or your best friend's broken heart.

Let's Begin !


Step 1: Breathe. All you can do is survive this first and difficult day. Take one day at a time. Give yourself permission to mourn. Call in sick at work, sleep all day, eat too much ice cream, sob.

Step 2: Congratulate yourself for being human: It is only when you open yourself to love that your heart can break. Develop and repeat a helpful mantra to get you through the initial shock and pain, such as "This too shall pass" or "I will survive."

Step 3: Reach out to a close friend or family member. It helps to share your thoughts with others. Watch a movie to distract yourself. Choose a comedy that has cheered you up in the past. Or watch a movie that's guaranteed to make you sob--it may surprise you how good that feels


Step 1, Week 1: Force yourself to go out even if you are feeling despondent. Take yourself out for a cup of coffee or go on a long walk. Express your emotions in a way that comes naturally. Write in a journal, paint, sculpt or play music. Do daily cardiovascular exercise--the endorphins will give your spirits an immediate lift. Resist the urge to call your ex. Instead, write a letter. Don't mail it. Go out of town for the weekend to distance yourself from the temptation to call your ex. Visit an old friend or go back home to your roots. A change of environment does wonders for the spirit. Put everything that reminds you of your ex in a box and seal it. Throw it away, donate it to charity or ask a friend to hold on to it indefinitely.

Step 2, Week 2: Surround yourself with friends. This may mean reaching out to people you fell out of touch with during the relationship. Make lists to help you regain your confidence and identity: a list of your friends, of things you like, of what you want to accomplish in the next decade. Spoil yourself: Get a new hairstyle, have a spa day or go shopping. Resist the urge to call your ex.

Step 3, Week 3: Assess the experience. Have you learned anything about yourself? Does the experience make you more empathetic to others who've suffered a hardship? Begin an activity that will fill your time, distract your mind and rebuild your confidence. Train for a marathon, take up yoga or learn a new language. Resist the urge to call your ex. Volunteer your time at a local homeless shelter, soup kitchen or tutoring center. It will take your mind off your own woes and keep your suffering in perspective.

Step 4, Week 4: Continue regular socializing and exercising. While socializing, though, make sure you don't depend on alcohol or drugs to dull the pain. Call your ex if you feel it would be helpful. Resist if you merely want to say hurtful things. Consider dating other people, but be wary of rebound relationships. Understand that you will need to experience and process sadness, anger, guilt and fear to fully heal. Burying or ignoring these emotions will thwart the healing process. Write, cry, share the feelings with friends.


Step 1: Force yourself to go on dates. You'll be surprised to discover that your heart can still flutter over someone. It's part of the healing process.

Step 2: Consult a psychiatrist if you are experiencing symptoms of depression, such as lack of appetite, insomnia or too much sleeping, low self-esteem, and an inability to concentrate or carry out routine tasks. Ask a friend or physician to recommend one who is experienced in treating depression.

Step 3: Remember that healing is a process that takes time. Expect waves of sadness, anger, guilt or fear even after you think you are over it. Give your heart time to heal.


Step 1: Compartmentalize the experience in your memory: "My heart was broken once. It really hurt and I'm glad it's over."

Step 2: Reach out to your ex if you want to re-establish a friendship. Do not harbor secret ambitions of winning him or her back. You'll only set yourself up for another heartbreak. this is a page what is dedicated to the topic of healing a broken heart, and also you can take a survey and then Amelie Chance, who owns that web page will send you a letter what consists extended analysis. Also you'll have a lot of material to read after you had taken the survey, and it really helps if you had answered honestly.

I hope my article helps you guys, and remember "there are plenty fish in the sea !"
Next week new How-article ! Keep following ! :)

Take care,

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Home Town

I was walking in town today and I had my camera with me, so that I decided to take some pictures and show them to you, because I think a lot of people think how does Estonia looks like. I don't live in the capital city what is Tallinn I live on the island Saaremaa. We have a lot of nature in the city. You can see a bit green almost at every corner. But my home town isn't the best town where "green" people and vegetarians could live, because they don't have much opportunities to live by their principles.
When I visited London last year, I saw these cool signs that said it's sutable for vegetarians. Then I wasn't a vegan yet, but I had that in mind.
So enough about the chatting, it's time to show you the pictures and here they are:

I hope you liked that and you got a some kind of vision how my sweet home town looks like !
Write me right below in the comments what do you think !
Take Care,