kyla and her cards!i was the same way in college and graduate school. good luck!
Oh girly. where's the coffee?
Oh, do those cards bring back memories!!!! Been there, done that. (Chocolate covered coffee beans really work for staying awake!!!)
Ditto on the chocolate covered coffee beans, but remember: LESS is MORE, haha.I find that writing the cards is actually a good start to studying. Sometimes I didn't even need my allowed "cheat sheet" after painstakingly writing it all out.
at least the colors are cheerful! :)you amaze me. go get 'em, girl!
I haven't been around much but I am thinking of you! Gooood luck!Oh how I don't miss studying but still plan to enroll next year in the MBA program at UT. Yikes!
Go you! Don't forget, writing those cards is half the studying.Good luck!
Hi, I just wandered into your blog while browsing and Yuck!! I never want to go back to that...but flashcards really work.
Pretty colours, though!Best of luck - Heidi
I used flashcards, sometimes, but for me, it was the act of writing the information down that helped me to remember it. Often, once it was written, the actual studying wasn't so hard. Go get em!
How pretty you make studying look!GL!
I sympathize. I am in the same boat. 2 weeks left of school and 2 major papers due monday night. Work full time and next week finals... We can do this, we are women!
You have no idea how much I admire you, my friend.Keep up the hard work, the benefits will be enormous to you and your family.Smooches,
i love your cards! when i was writing my master's thesis i had STACKS of cards, so i get your style. OK--off to read your last few posts that i missed. . .
WEll, hopefully you are like me, adn the actual act of writing it down helps put it in your head!
YIKES!That first picture is way cool!
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