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  • Do you use any apps to help you focus? 📱 .
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Phones have largely taken over and altered how we spend our time, how we work and focus. Having phones around can often divert our attention from the matter at hand, and I find that, while they can be useful, personally I found it more of a distraction when studying. Initially I turned my phone off entirely, but then began using an app to block me from accessing certain applications (I often get messages and calls that I MUST reply to, so turning my phone off  was problematic). After having used it for over a year, I've learned to control the impulse to check what's going on all the time (even though most of the time nothing really happens 🤦🏼‍♀️) and it also keeps track of how much time I focused as well as what time of the day it was! If you're looking for a good app to help you detatch yourself from this highly invasive piece of tech, here are three recommendations!
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🌿FOREST: undoubtedly my favourite one of them all! The principle behind it is quite simple- you plant a tree for a certain amount of time in a patch of grass to earn coins. The longer you plant it for, the more coins you get. You can then use these coins to purchase other types of trees, bushes and ambient sounds if you enjoy to have relaxing background noise such as rain tapping on a roof, water lapping gently on the beach... Realtively simple and to the point.
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🌿FLIPD: another popular one, it doesn't appeal to the sensation of getting rewarded like in forest as the interface is that of a circular timer. You have more time options- up to 8hrs and 12hrs. You can also take breaks at any time you likel. Other options exist, such as meditation, self-care and sleep. You can also get daily reminders to do certain tasks at a designated time. If you're more engaged in using an app to boost your productivity as well as get other things done throughout the day, Flipd is a great option!
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🌿TIDE: again, a somewhat simpler app, but what I personally like about it is that it has ambient sounds, relaxing photos of the beach, clouds... Never used it but I've heard great reviews from others! Gives me golden hour vibes 🌗
  • Do you use any apps to help you focus? 📱 .
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    Phones have largely taken over and altered how we spend our time, how we work and focus. Having phones around can often divert our attention from the matter at hand, and I find that, while they can be useful, personally I found it more of a distraction when studying. Initially I turned my phone off entirely, but then began using an app to block me from accessing certain applications (I often get messages and calls that I MUST reply to, so turning my phone off was problematic). After having used it for over a year, I've learned to control the impulse to check what's going on all the time (even though most of the time nothing really happens 🤦🏼‍♀️) and it also keeps track of how much time I focused as well as what time of the day it was! If you're looking for a good app to help you detatch yourself from this highly invasive piece of tech, here are three recommendations!
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    🌿FOREST: undoubtedly my favourite one of them all! The principle behind it is quite simple- you plant a tree for a certain amount of time in a patch of grass to earn coins. The longer you plant it for, the more coins you get. You can then use these coins to purchase other types of trees, bushes and ambient sounds if you enjoy to have relaxing background noise such as rain tapping on a roof, water lapping gently on the beach... Realtively simple and to the point.
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    🌿FLIPD: another popular one, it doesn't appeal to the sensation of getting rewarded like in forest as the interface is that of a circular timer. You have more time options- up to 8hrs and 12hrs. You can also take breaks at any time you likel. Other options exist, such as meditation, self-care and sleep. You can also get daily reminders to do certain tasks at a designated time. If you're more engaged in using an app to boost your productivity as well as get other things done throughout the day, Flipd is a great option!
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    🌿TIDE: again, a somewhat simpler app, but what I personally like about it is that it has ambient sounds, relaxing photos of the beach, clouds... Never used it but I've heard great reviews from others! Gives me golden hour vibes 🌗
  • 496 21 54 minutes ago
  • yo no se quien fue 🤷🏻‍♀️😂
  • yo no se quien fue 🤷🏻‍♀️😂
  • 2,268 11 16 August, 2019

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Here’s a cute progress video from my most recent post :) 🌊
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    Here’s a cute progress video from my most recent post :) 🌊
  • 12 3 26 minutes ago
  • Block A2 - #homework for 8/19/19: don't forget to answer the question using COMPLETE SENTENCES (meaning your response should restate the question in it)
  • Block A2 - #homework for 8/19/19: don't forget to answer the question using COMPLETE SENTENCES (meaning your response should restate the question in it)
  • 0 0 27 minutes ago
  • Trying to get back in the groove. 🤦🏼‍♀️
#homework
  • Trying to get back in the groove. 🤦🏼‍♀️
    #homework
  • 2 0 31 minutes ago
  • Comment if this helped! What will you do? 🍑💞
fc: 1,070
pc: me!
outro creds: @simply_outros 😍🎶
  • Comment if this helped! What will you do? 🍑💞
    fc: 1,070
    pc: me!
    outro creds: @simply_outros 😍🎶
  • 13 7 42 minutes ago
  • Vinnys first book report. 🍎 🐛

#homework
  • Vinnys first book report. 🍎 🐛

    #homework
  • 1 0 42 minutes ago
  • Wow.. listening to a #complianceofficer from the Alberta Insurance Council. 
He's sharing about an advisor who was fined $10,500 over a $6.25 error. This guy took the time to file a complaint. 
#Regulation is very #important and I get a little frustrated when I hear stories like this. Especially when I do reviews with new clients where they were set up with life insurance policies that are not a fit for them. The policy is about to blow up due to increasing cost of insurance and under performing investments. And the client has no clue what they bought/ invested into.  Insurance is meant to decrease risk not to add #risk. Yet these cases go unnoticed. 
There are other cases where people are using #debt to fund #investments which may sound great but if the market dosen't perform and the client isn't in a place where they can afford that type of loss and they're banking on the plan working out, not so good. That adds more risk to the portfolio. 
To be fair, unfortunately many of these 'advisors' think they are helping. 
Do your #homework and don't rush to buy. Make sure you #understand such that you can explain what you've been advised to do a month later. 
#yyc #passion #compliance
#cleanbusiness
#beintheknow #guarantees #suitability #becomeyourownbanker #debtfree  #hedgeyourbets #marketrisk #conflictofinterest
  • Wow.. listening to a #complianceofficer from the Alberta Insurance Council.
    He's sharing about an advisor who was fined $10,500 over a $6.25 error. This guy took the time to file a complaint.
    #Regulation is very #important and I get a little frustrated when I hear stories like this. Especially when I do reviews with new clients where they were set up with life insurance policies that are not a fit for them. The policy is about to blow up due to increasing cost of insurance and under performing investments. And the client has no clue what they bought/ invested into. Insurance is meant to decrease risk not to add #risk . Yet these cases go unnoticed.
    There are other cases where people are using #debt to fund #investments which may sound great but if the market dosen't perform and the client isn't in a place where they can afford that type of loss and they're banking on the plan working out, not so good. That adds more risk to the portfolio.
    To be fair, unfortunately many of these 'advisors' think they are helping.
    Do your #homework and don't rush to buy. Make sure you #understand such that you can explain what you've been advised to do a month later.
    #yyc #passion #compliance
    #cleanbusiness
    #beintheknow #guarantees #suitability #becomeyourownbanker #debtfree #hedgeyourbets #marketrisk #conflictofinterest
  • 3 0 49 minutes ago
  • ‪The signout used in clinical settings—hospitals, clinics, ERs—has many other potential applications in our lives. It is a wonderful it is not used more widely. #CartoonADay #homework #signout #graphicmedicine‬
  • ‪The signout used in clinical settings—hospitals, clinics, ERs—has many other potential applications in our lives. It is a wonderful it is not used more widely. #CartoonADay #homework #signout #graphicmedicine
  • 0 0 52 minutes ago
  • Do you use any apps to help you focus? 📱 .
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.
Phones have largely taken over and altered how we spend our time, how we work and focus. Having phones around can often divert our attention from the matter at hand, and I find that, while they can be useful, personally I found it more of a distraction when studying. Initially I turned my phone off entirely, but then began using an app to block me from accessing certain applications (I often get messages and calls that I MUST reply to, so turning my phone off  was problematic). After having used it for over a year, I've learned to control the impulse to check what's going on all the time (even though most of the time nothing really happens 🤦🏼‍♀️) and it also keeps track of how much time I focused as well as what time of the day it was! If you're looking for a good app to help you detatch yourself from this highly invasive piece of tech, here are three recommendations!
.
.
.
🌿FOREST: undoubtedly my favourite one of them all! The principle behind it is quite simple- you plant a tree for a certain amount of time in a patch of grass to earn coins. The longer you plant it for, the more coins you get. You can then use these coins to purchase other types of trees, bushes and ambient sounds if you enjoy to have relaxing background noise such as rain tapping on a roof, water lapping gently on the beach... Realtively simple and to the point.
.
.
.
🌿FLIPD: another popular one, it doesn't appeal to the sensation of getting rewarded like in forest as the interface is that of a circular timer. You have more time options- up to 8hrs and 12hrs. You can also take breaks at any time you likel. Other options exist, such as meditation, self-care and sleep. You can also get daily reminders to do certain tasks at a designated time. If you're more engaged in using an app to boost your productivity as well as get other things done throughout the day, Flipd is a great option!
.
.
.
🌿TIDE: again, a somewhat simpler app, but what I personally like about it is that it has ambient sounds, relaxing photos of the beach, clouds... Never used it but I've heard great reviews from others! Gives me golden hour vibes 🌗
  • Do you use any apps to help you focus? 📱 .
    .
    .
    Phones have largely taken over and altered how we spend our time, how we work and focus. Having phones around can often divert our attention from the matter at hand, and I find that, while they can be useful, personally I found it more of a distraction when studying. Initially I turned my phone off entirely, but then began using an app to block me from accessing certain applications (I often get messages and calls that I MUST reply to, so turning my phone off was problematic). After having used it for over a year, I've learned to control the impulse to check what's going on all the time (even though most of the time nothing really happens 🤦🏼‍♀️) and it also keeps track of how much time I focused as well as what time of the day it was! If you're looking for a good app to help you detatch yourself from this highly invasive piece of tech, here are three recommendations!
    .
    .
    .
    🌿FOREST: undoubtedly my favourite one of them all! The principle behind it is quite simple- you plant a tree for a certain amount of time in a patch of grass to earn coins. The longer you plant it for, the more coins you get. You can then use these coins to purchase other types of trees, bushes and ambient sounds if you enjoy to have relaxing background noise such as rain tapping on a roof, water lapping gently on the beach... Realtively simple and to the point.
    .
    .
    .
    🌿FLIPD: another popular one, it doesn't appeal to the sensation of getting rewarded like in forest as the interface is that of a circular timer. You have more time options- up to 8hrs and 12hrs. You can also take breaks at any time you likel. Other options exist, such as meditation, self-care and sleep. You can also get daily reminders to do certain tasks at a designated time. If you're more engaged in using an app to boost your productivity as well as get other things done throughout the day, Flipd is a great option!
    .
    .
    .
    🌿TIDE: again, a somewhat simpler app, but what I personally like about it is that it has ambient sounds, relaxing photos of the beach, clouds... Never used it but I've heard great reviews from others! Gives me golden hour vibes 🌗
  • 496 21 54 minutes ago
  • DAILY UPDATE • AUGUST 19, 2019
#Classwork - Syllabus information and snowballs activity.
#Homework - Review syllabus with parent/guardian and get it signed.
  • DAILY UPDATE • AUGUST 19, 2019
    #Classwork - Syllabus information and snowballs activity.
    #Homework - Review syllabus with parent/guardian and get it signed.
  • 0 0 57 minutes ago
  • “Happiness isn’t getting what you want.  It’s wanting what you already have,” said @robinsharma or @deepakchopra or someone (actually Rabbi Hyman Schactel... I stopped being lazy and googled it). I haven’t read a book by a female author since Jen Sincero’s You Are a Bad Ass. I couldn’t relate.  Carol Dweck’s Mindset is good, though that doesn’t count as a female empowerment book.  This book, Read My Lips by @rissamananquiltrillo is actually OK for me, maybe because it’s written from a Filipino’s point of view and I’m biased.  Love the story about how doctor/beautician @victoria_belo6392 made it her mission to life mission to make everyone “beautiful” through dermatology and other methods (liposuction, ultherapy-removing a double chin) because she was bullied as a child for being “ugly”. I was teased for being ugly. 
And short.

And that’s why I’m up at 4:30am reading books and planning my success.

I’ll show them dammit.

I’ll show them.

#pleasereadmylips
  • “Happiness isn’t getting what you want. It’s wanting what you already have,” said @robinsharma or @deepakchopra or someone (actually Rabbi Hyman Schactel... I stopped being lazy and googled it). I haven’t read a book by a female author since Jen Sincero’s You Are a Bad Ass. I couldn’t relate. Carol Dweck’s Mindset is good, though that doesn’t count as a female empowerment book. This book, Read My Lips by @rissamananquiltrillo is actually OK for me, maybe because it’s written from a Filipino’s point of view and I’m biased. Love the story about how doctor/beautician @victoria_belo6392 made it her mission to life mission to make everyone “beautiful” through dermatology and other methods (liposuction, ultherapy-removing a double chin) because she was bullied as a child for being “ugly”. I was teased for being ugly.
    And short.

    And that’s why I’m up at 4:30am reading books and planning my success.

    I’ll show them dammit.

    I’ll show them.

    #pleasereadmylips
  • 12 1 1 hour ago
  • First day of school down and hes asleep on the way home 😂
Ou fèk kare bay ti kabicha sa a frero 😂
You ask him what he did in school and his answer was “nothing”, pa fèm debake nan lekol la al mande moun yo sa yap fè avèw tande, paske mwè mgentan ap fè devwa 😡
Im just happy to have YOU ♥️
#firstdayofschool #done #school #nico #itsON #happy #happiness #homework #funny #cute #oliduret 🦁
  • First day of school down and hes asleep on the way home 😂
    Ou fèk kare bay ti kabicha sa a frero 😂
    You ask him what he did in school and his answer was “nothing”, pa fèm debake nan lekol la al mande moun yo sa yap fè avèw tande, paske mwè mgentan ap fè devwa 😡
    Im just happy to have YOU ♥️
    #firstdayofschool #done #school #nico #itsON #happy #happiness #homework #funny #cute #oliduret 🦁
  • 439 11 1 hour ago