So, I was introduced to studyblrs on Tumblr by a Medium article by Kaite Welsh, The Rise of Studyblrs. They're primarily girls who reblog pictures of desks and study notes, and their blogs are so pretty.
I think what hooked me was when the author described studyblrs as "the online equivalent of the Ravenclaw common room." I want that room so bad.
So anyway, I checked it out and studyblrs are actually pretty inspiring (and damn do they update often). The studyblrs I follow include:
Her blog is super pretty, and it's awesome that she's studying at Cambridge.
This is Emily of Revise or Die. She's studying something English Lit-related and makes gorgeous notes.
A Book and A Brew
Oh yeah, here's an example of something I wanted to talk about. So many studyblrs use the Chrome extension you see in the photo, and now so do I. It's called Momentum and it's really pretty.
The Organised Student
This one is particularly awesome, and I always see her posts on my dash and in the #studyblr tag.
She's so helpful and makes great printables, one of which got me to finally start my history research essay.
I've been pretty inspired by them, and while my camera (webcam) quality is awful (I'm so looking forward to getting that iPad I won later this month), I'll post them anyway.
So those are the results of my recent foray into studyblrs. They can get monotonous after a while, but when sprinkled through my dash I like them.
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