The reason I'm beginning to do more revision and study based posts is because I've always had a positive response to my way of working and the notes I produce whenever I have posted them before, particularly on my instagram. I can sense that in the future, my blog will be heading in this direction more and more, not because I have 'gone off' fashion blogging, but I've always seen blogging as a way of helping people out, and at the moment, this seems like a fantastic way to do so, whilst fitting the topics around my own studies.
Another reason as to why I'm increasing my education-based posts, is because of the a-levels I'm taking. I'm going for a broad range to say the least... English lit, Art, Maths and Biology; which are all completely different ends of the spectrum, meaning that I can give you, my lovely readers, a wide range of topics, and hopefully give as many of you as possible the best advice through my a-level experience.
So, todays' post is going to be on wonderful topic of 'How To Mindmap'. In my personal opinion this is the most popular way to revise amongst people of my age, but it can still be a way of revision that's hard to get your head around, and so I hope I can clarify any problems you've occurred whilst trying to mindmap, and all in all assist you in your revision, whenever you will be doing so next. Enjoy! Oh, and also, I'd love your feedback on whether you'd like to see more posts in this style, or whether I should stick to my original gun... Thank you wonderful readers!