Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Revising in style

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If, like me, you are knee-deep in GCSE revision this Easter break, or indeed revision for any other sort of exam, you will probably be feeling the onset of chronic boredom. I have decided to try and combat this with my round-up of links, which you can use any time you need a break but really don't want to get out of the studying mood. They're mainly blogs, I hope you find them useful!

French
Valentine
Garance Doré
Cirque de Papier

German
Les Mads
Surrounded
Elenell

Spanish
Lady Marshmallow
Miss B
Bar Tabac

Geography
Go Girl Magazine
Solo Female Traveler
National Geographic - Intelligent Travel

English
Write Anything
Jane Austen's World
Sarah Dessen

Music
Teen Vogue Music Blogger
The Rest is Noise
Guardian Music Blog

Science & Technology
TechCrunch
National Geographic - Breaking Orbit
Alice in Galaxyland

Art
Paris Daily Photo
Igor & Andre
The Crafty Minx
Photodonuts

Drama & Media
New York Film Academy Blog
Actor 11102
Doug Warhit's Acting Blog

Food Technology
Simply Breakfast
Sam Stern
Orangette

And don't forget to look after yourself. You need to take regular breaks, eat and drink healthily, go for exercise and sleep enough. Your last few hours the night before are best spent making a pre-exam hot chocolate and reading a (non-study) book or listening to music, because you will then be well-rested and calm    on the morning. That means you can think clearly, which is pretty vital for exams!

For your well-being
The Sophisticate
1001 ways to be more lovely
Kirsty Helen

For fun
Fancy Pants Adventures
Ben and Jerry's
BBC - Slink - Quizzes

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3 comments:

LoveE ♥ said...

Oh good luck honey! You'll ace it!

http://itsthedollhousebaby.blogspot.com/
x

Maëlle R. said...

Thanks so much for the feature ! ♥
xx
Maëlle

http://www.cirquedepapier.fr/

jen said...

thanks for the feature. grits are popular in the southern u.s. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grits