5 Lifehacks Using Self-Adhesive Tabs

1. Semi-traditional way

  • color-coding the things you are after, e.g. green tabs are used for data, yellow ones for direct quotes you want to use etc.
  • not sticking it at the top of the page but at the level of the verse or paragraph you find interesting or useful. This makes finding desired part much easier and books on your shelf look tidier, as the tabs protrude from the side, not the top.
  • write shorthand or symbols at tabs to find things even quicker. I often mix large tabs with small ones, so if I have an obligatory lecture I paste a large tab at the beginning of each chapter (for easy reference) and write key points of this chapter underneath.

2. Retro reminders

3. Arrangement aid

4. Smart Learning

5. Tailoring organizers

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Teaching is what I am, everything else is what I do. A polyglot, a helper, a writer. japoński (日本語), polski, angielski (English), Esperanto, Sign Languages.