Simple move to help improve shoulder mobility and posture you can do anywhere. Do it a few times a day and link it to something else you do so you remember. For example, do one before you leave your lab or office to go to lunch everyday.
I am sure my old office did not have good air. Here is natural way to improve the air around you.
I have found that many students in Korea don’t know about using a thesaurus.
From the people at Behance
Writer’s Guide to Publishing – Step 1
The Strategy of Rapid Learners
The biggest difference I noticed between people who learned easily and those who struggled wasn’t being organized, study location or any of the common advice given to struggling students. It was how they learned the material.
Slow learners memorized, while rapid learners made connections between ideas.
When I first wrote about this idea four years ago, it generated a huge discussion. Many people came out that fit the generalization, heavy studiers tended to memorize, while effortless students made connections between ideas.
As an aside, because “compared to” and “compared with” constructions are so widely—almost zealously—botched, spare yourself. Use “liken to” and “contrast with,” and you’ll save yourself about a hundred bucks a year in headache remedies. However, if you must, here’s the Quick and Dirty Tip: “Compare to” refers to similarities, and “compare with” indicates considering both similarities and differences (1, 2).