Score
Title
15659
Bill Clinton hiding in the Bushes
16197
Bouncer fights off gunman
16978
I only saw the left window at first and got very confused.
12806
He Has Hoes
87175
It's a shame...
31382
Celebrating too soon
16202
Not looking when changing lanes
34960
Timber!
19886
Who would have guessed?
42832
Who ate the slipper?
28186
Please stay safe!
9210
First mass starts at 6:66 AM
8548
When we started Kurzgesagt the official goal was 100 subscribers. Now there are 5 million of you. Unreal. Just unreal. It is the best feeling to know that the stuff we put so much of our time, passion and ourselves into, means something to other beings. Thank you so much.
28177
Never in a million years...
14680
Hungry little doggo
15190
12 years old goes out in the middle of a storm to soothe and show her sister that's very unlikely to get hit by a lightening...
9480
The rolligon.
5581
We are become One
7946
What happens when Mercury (II) Thiocyanate is set on fire?
15104
Saint Klaas
31998
A freshly groomed ski slope
9326
Doctors of Reddit, what was your dumbest r/Iamverysmart patient experience?
20197
More than 30 women come forward to accuse director James Toback of sexual harassment
17729
Lion cub trying to roar
63820
TIL that Harvard professor Tom Lehrer was asked at the age of 84 by rapper 2 Chainz if he could sample his 60-year old song. Lehrer replied, "I grant you motherfuckers permission to do this. Please give my regards to Mr. Chainz, or may I call him 2?"
5687
Drunk puppy
16107
Dead Acacia Trees and Red Dunes of Deadvlei in Namib-Naukluft Park, Namibia [OC] [2048x2048]
15329
Serving House Stark since Season 1
9335
Ravioli on a clothesline, as you do
9842
When your friends misquote the prequels.
8408
7 PM, Aenami, Digital, 2016 [1920x1080]
6173
PsBattle: A child is wearing a child-sitting-on-toilette costume on a halloween party
11709
The beginning of a bad joke...
8854
Work smarter not hard- Oh...
9691
Bleeding tree
5043
Dads reflex is on point this time.
26608
A guy walks into a bar owned by Eminem
5520
Lemme just leave this here...
3889
Did someone say great degree of difficulty?
12404
They really are though
4568 TheBFD A couple tips: 1. Meals and meal planning. It's easy to burn a lot of time each day just cooking and eating. Meal prepping (or at least preparing large enough portions to last you multiple meals) is a huge time saver. 2. Make a daily and weekly list of what you NEED to get accomplished. Obviously, there's only so much you can accomplish daily. Decide what needs to be done today and use whatever free time you have to work on the longer term goals once you get through the daily list. Often, chipping away at the weekly (or longer term) list pays dividends later on. If you're studying 20 minutes or so a week out from a big test, you'll find you don't need multiple hours the night before. 3. Be good with down time. Find ways to be efficient with those awkward blocks of time in your schedule that often turn into browsing reddit or zoning out. 4. Find ways to do something you enjoy while working on the things you don't want to do.. If you like a podcast, listen to it while you do the dishes or fold your laundry. 5. Plan time for you. If you just grind all day everyday you can easily burn yourself out. Find time to do the things you enjoy, just moderate it. For example, if you're a gamer, limit yourself to a reasonable amount of time. Watch an episode or two of your show, but don't binge. Check Reddit while you're on the shitter instead of dedicating large chunks of time. Moderation, not elimination, is key.
21263 DangerousMilkMan In the morning, do the things that piss you off. In the afternoon, do the things that are no big deal. At night, do the things that make you happy. Then get some fucking sleep. Edit: Wow this got popular! Keep kicking ass everyone!
9860 Ike_Snopes Find reasons to do it now, not reasons to do it later. You will be surprised at how much you can do in not too much time. The left over time is great.
5087 Alex_G_Music Plan your days by prioritising the most important things you want to get done and allotting a sensible amount of time to do them. Splitting your days into manageable chunks makes achieving what you want feel more feasible. With regard to studying/chores it can keep you more focused having an allotted time to do them and can help avoid procrastination. I also find making lists of things to be done helps with the focus aspect and also gives a satisfying feeling when you can cross that activity off the list.
23983 the-eighth-dwarf It's about being realistic with how long things take. Example: I'm going for a one hour run. That's 15 minutes to get dressed and find all my stuff and get out the door, then an hour to run, and 20ish minutes to stretch and cool down after. If you don't account for all the extra bits of time you quickly end up over scheduling and not "having time" to do things you'd planned to.
1601 Walknasty Don't let yourself veg out until you've accomplished what you need/want to that day.
30738 zodar stay the fuck off of reddit, probably
2227 BlameItOnMemphis Get off the internet. Huge time waster. Make sure you get enough sleep, it makes organizing the rest of your life so much easier.
495 halfadash6 It's not that bad once you cut out all the dead time, which is mostly fucking around on the internet and mindlessly watching tv. Also, you can combine "seeing friends" with "studying" and "gym." Aim to go out just on the weekends and study, go to the gym, cook, clean, etc. during the week.
109 effingeenyus I used to be that way, though now I have less demands on my time than ever and cannot find a spare moment seemingly. I think the secret is maybe to just have lots of demands on your time, so you have motivation to finish one thing so you can move on to the next, then when your day is done you're ready for bed. Now I need hooours to gather the motivation to leave the house because I can (or at least justify) take that much time, and days just slip away.
351 Shenaniganz08 Doctor here 1) I think this job self selects for people who can function on 5-6 hours of sleep (that includes myself) so this give me an extra 2-3 hours per day 2) Be social when you can. I'm going to need to eat 3 meals a day, might as well eat dinner with family and friends. 3) Automate as much as you can. Bills, loan payments, Hue lights, nest, etc. All of these things are set up so that I don't have to use the mental energy to worry when XXX is due. 4) Don't leave work for later. I learned this the hard way. It takes less time to get shit done right the first time. Good example of this is don't just throw your dirty clothes around the room, put them in the hamper. 5) When I actually need to get some serious work done, Over the ear headphones + Spotify + turn off phone + get the fuck off Reddit. 6) If you need to nap, learn how to take power naps. The key is to fall asleep quickly otherwise you will get "rested" but not feel sleepy anymore. Tips include dark room, cold AC, rubbing one out right before and limiting to 30-45 minutes to avoid sleep inertia. **EDIT**: Since some high horse people have started to respond to this post a) I'm not kidding. 66% of all medical students and residents report sleeping 6 hours or less. Errors and personality issues were found in those with <5 hours of sleep, [but those with 6 hours of sleep were considered to have normal function](https://books.google.com/books?id=SL1cZnU4OhIC&pg=PA97&lpg=PA97&dq=sleep+deprivation+affects+motor+skills+more+than+decision+making&source=bl&ots=ewMnI1KL0v&sig=jSStj_2Mb37SJm-WKIj4ScoiP_g&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiPoseRk7TWAhWEEpQKHQF8CRIQ6AEIZjAJ#v=onepage&q=sleep%20deprivation%20affects%20motor%20skills%20more%20than%20decision%20making&f=false) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15124713 b) In some studies chronic partial sleep (6 hours of sleep) did not show any cognitive differences in medical residents https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3430498/
4565 0 TheBFD A couple tips: 1. Meals and meal planning. It's easy to burn a lot of time each day just cooking and eating. Meal prepping (or at least preparing large enough portions to last you multiple meals) is a huge time saver. 2. Make a daily and weekly list of what you NEED to get accomplished. Obviously, there's only so much you can accomplish daily. Decide what needs to be done today and use whatever free time you have to work on the longer term goals once you get through the daily list. Often, chipping away at the weekly (or longer term) list pays dividends later on. If you're studying 20 minutes or so a week out from a big test, you'll find you don't need multiple hours the night before. 3. Be good with down time. Find ways to be efficient with those awkward blocks of time in your schedule that often turn into browsing reddit or zoning out. 4. Find ways to do something you enjoy while working on the things you don't want to do.. If you like a podcast, listen to it while you do the dishes or fold your laundry. 5. Plan time for you. If you just grind all day everyday you can easily burn yourself out. Find time to do the things you enjoy, just moderate it. For example, if you're a gamer, limit yourself to a reasonable amount of time. Watch an episode or two of your show, but don't binge. Check Reddit while you're on the shitter instead of dedicating large chunks of time. Moderation, not elimination, is key.
21252 0 DangerousMilkMan In the morning, do the things that piss you off. In the afternoon, do the things that are no big deal. At night, do the things that make you happy. Then get some fucking sleep. Edit: Wow this got popular! Keep kicking ass everyone!
9851 0 Ike_Snopes Find reasons to do it now, not reasons to do it later. You will be surprised at how much you can do in not too much time. The left over time is great.
5086 0 Alex_G_Music Plan your days by prioritising the most important things you want to get done and allotting a sensible amount of time to do them. Splitting your days into manageable chunks makes achieving what you want feel more feasible. With regard to studying/chores it can keep you more focused having an allotted time to do them and can help avoid procrastination. I also find making lists of things to be done helps with the focus aspect and also gives a satisfying feeling when you can cross that activity off the list.
23985 0 the-eighth-dwarf It's about being realistic with how long things take. Example: I'm going for a one hour run. That's 15 minutes to get dressed and find all my stuff and get out the door, then an hour to run, and 20ish minutes to stretch and cool down after. If you don't account for all the extra bits of time you quickly end up over scheduling and not "having time" to do things you'd planned to.
1595 0 Walknasty Don't let yourself veg out until you've accomplished what you need/want to that day.
30740 0 zodar stay the fuck off of reddit, probably
2227 0 BlameItOnMemphis Get off the internet. Huge time waster. Make sure you get enough sleep, it makes organizing the rest of your life so much easier.
489 0 halfadash6 It's not that bad once you cut out all the dead time, which is mostly fucking around on the internet and mindlessly watching tv. Also, you can combine "seeing friends" with "studying" and "gym." Aim to go out just on the weekends and study, go to the gym, cook, clean, etc. during the week.
109 0 effingeenyus I used to be that way, though now I have less demands on my time than ever and cannot find a spare moment seemingly. I think the secret is maybe to just have lots of demands on your time, so you have motivation to finish one thing so you can move on to the next, then when your day is done you're ready for bed. Now I need hooours to gather the motivation to leave the house because I can (or at least justify) take that much time, and days just slip away.
346 0 Shenaniganz08 Doctor here 1) I think this job self selects for people who can function on 5-6 hours of sleep (that includes myself) so this give me an extra 2-3 hours per day 2) Be social when you can. I'm going to need to eat 3 meals a day, might as well eat dinner with family and friends. 3) Automate as much as you can. Bills, loan payments, Hue lights, nest, etc. All of these things are set up so that I don't have to use the mental energy to worry when XXX is due. 4) Don't leave work for later. I learned this the hard way. It takes less time to get shit done right the first time. Good example of this is don't just throw your dirty clothes around the room, put them in the hamper. 5) When I actually need to get some serious work done, Over the ear headphones + Spotify + turn off phone + get the fuck off Reddit. 6) If you need to nap, learn how to take power naps. The key is to fall asleep quickly otherwise you will get "rested" but not feel sleepy anymore. Tips include dark room, cold AC, rubbing one out right before and limiting to 30-45 minutes to avoid sleep inertia. **EDIT**: Since some high horse people have started to respond to this post a) I'm not kidding. 66% of all medical students and residents report sleeping 6 hours or less. Errors and personality issues were found in those with <5 hours of sleep, [but those with 6 hours of sleep were considered to have normal function](https://books.google.com/books?id=SL1cZnU4OhIC&pg=PA97&lpg=PA97&dq=sleep+deprivation+affects+motor+skills+more+than+decision+making&source=bl&ots=ewMnI1KL0v&sig=jSStj_2Mb37SJm-WKIj4ScoiP_g&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiPoseRk7TWAhWEEpQKHQF8CRIQ6AEIZjAJ#v=onepage&q=sleep%20deprivation%20affects%20motor%20skills%20more%20than%20decision%20making&f=false) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15124713 b) In some studies chronic partial sleep (6 hours of sleep) did not show any cognitive differences in medical residents https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3430498/