Happy Valentine’s <3

Here is a lovely quote for Valentines day, this will be in “Inspirational Quotes” as I have added this quote.

Happy Valentines! I hope you find your special someone! ❤

Don’t let the chance to say, “I love you.” to someone slip, because you never know if you won’t see that person tomorrow.

Where to study

Where to study is probably one of the biggest steps to studying successfully, you don’t want to have distractions such as phones,  computers, or any sort of technology nearby.

Why?  because even though you have to google a famous rock singer, artist, or the president it may not be the best fun, but in minutes most likely you’ll slowly be going of track. Wikipedia has a bottom page with more suggestions that can get the best of you and you’ll start to be searching “Girly Tutorials” or “Top ten race cars”.

Don’t bring anything you don’t need as it can distract you, for example you don’t need a phone to take notes. simply use a old fashioned paper and a pen or pencil.

You should study in a quiet area, and I would suggest the library, even though nowadays google has everything I strongly suggest using books because they can also contain useful information.

Thanks for reading and I really hope this helps your needs! ❤

Scone Recipe

Plain flour, for dusting

 3 cups self-raising flour

 80g butter, cubed 

1/4 cups milk

Temperature: 200°C

  1. Use your fingers to rub butter into flour until it resembles bread crumbs
  2.  Make a hole in the centre of your crumble mix and add 1 cup of milk. Mix with wooden spoon until it forms a soft dough, adding milk if necessary.
  3.  Turn lightly on to a floured surface and knead (don’t over need as it can make scones tough)
  4. Pat dough into a 2cm-thick round. Using a 5cm (diameter) round cutter, cut out 12 rounds. Press dough together and cut out remaining 4 rounds. Place scones onto prepared baking tray, 1cm apart. Sprinkle tops with a little plain flour. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes or until golden and well risen

Try this delicious scone recipe. It’s good with a cup of tea, perhaps some coffee. Serve with some whipped cream or some delicious jam.

Studying Habits

Is this you when you’re studying?

Ok I’ll admit it, I’m not that jazzed when I’m studying either but that means we can learn together! How fun is that?

Image result for Lazy kid studying?  Hmm, let me show you one way to make studying less like that and more like having fun! Well, one good idea is having a study party, but of course don’t tell your friends it’s about studying until AFTER they’re parents leave >:)

Stay tuned for next weeks solution!