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just-shower-thoughts: Stephen Hawking is currently getting a full walking tour of ALL the...

Wed, 21 Mar 2018 09:47:26 -0400


Stephen Hawking is currently getting a full walking tour of ALL the universe’s mysteries.

depression tips™

Wed, 21 Mar 2018 09:47:17 -0400




  • shower. not a bath, a shower. use water as hot or cold as u like. u dont even need to wash. just get in under the water and let it run over you for a while. sit on the floor if you gotta.
  • moisturize everything. use whatever lotion u like. unscented? dollar store lotion? fancy ass 48 hour lotion that makes u smell like a field of wildflowers? use whatever you want, and use it all over. 
  • put on clean, comfortable clothes. 
  • put on ur favorite underwear. cute black lacy panties? those ridiculous boxers u bought last christmas with candy cane hearts on the butt? put em on.
  • drink cold water. use ice. if u want, add some mint or lemon for an extra boost.
  • clean something. doesn’t have to be anything big. organize one drawer of ur desk. wash five dirty dishes. do a load of laundry. scrub the bathroom sink. 
  • blast music. listen to something upbeat and dancey and loud, something that’s got lots of energy. sing to it, dance to it, even if you suck at both.
  • make food. don’t just grab a granola bar to munch. take the time and make food. even if it’s ramen. add something special to it, like a hard boiled egg or some veggies. prepare food, it tastes way better, and you’ll feel like you accomplished something. 
  • make something. write a short story or a poem, draw a picture, color a picture, fold origami, crochet or knit, sculpt something out of clay, anything artistic. even if you don’t think you’re good at it.
  • go outside. take a walk. sit in the grass. look at the clouds. smell flowers. put your hands in the dirt and feel the soil against your skin.
  • call someone. call a loved one, a friend, a family member, call a chat service if you have no one else to call. talk to a stranger on the street. have a conversation and listen to someone’s voice. if you can’t, text or email or whatever, just have some social interaction with another person. even if you don’t say much, listen to them.
  • cuddle your pets if you have them/can cuddle them. take pictures of them. talk to them. tell them how u feel, about your favorite movie, a new game coming out.

Reblog as much as you can

Honestly the best set of depression tips I’ve come across.

rosiebeestudies: peachisty: what relationships should NOT be: filled with anxiety, self-doubts,...

Wed, 14 Mar 2018 02:16:30 -0400



what relationships should NOT be:

  • filled with anxiety, self-doubts, extreme jealousy
  • a one-way thing
  • never stepping out of your comfort zone
  • blantantly forces you to do something you don’t want to do
  • hostile atmosphere is ever-present
  • lack of autonomy
  • uncomfortable, stagnant, undermining, empty
  • forgetting that you have a life outside of your relationship
  • make you feel limited, inferior, confined, always exhausted, insufficient
  • compromise your mental health and growth

what relationships should be:

  • promotes your welfare
  • filled with trust, honesty, and a stable communication
  • freedom to choose and speak
  • mental health is considered a priority
  • two-way thing
  • a safe, supportive space for both of you
  • empowers and fulfils you
  • might be filled with both the good stuff and sometimes bad stuff
  • ^ but only because it helps you grow
  • a constant journey of self-discovery


if you have so much of the first one, acknowledge that your relationship is toxic, no matter how nice the other person/s may be, and gtfo of there asap

watts-of-dragons: yatahisofficiallyridiculous: geardrops: jmathieson-fic: amireal2u: taraljc: c...

Wed, 14 Mar 2018 02:16:13 -0400

watts-of-dragons: yatahisofficiallyridiculous: geardrops: jmathieson-fic: amireal2u: taraljc: camwyn: sunreon: anextremelysadmeme: hagar-972: codeinetea: vanishinginthepark: codeinetea: cyborg-cat-girl: codeinetea: cyborg-cat-girl: codeinetea: I have $24 to last me til Friday, what should I buy with it? a pallet of ramen noodles I hate ramen noodles tho hmmmmmbees? Are you suggesting that I eat bees for a week This is roughly what I make sure I have in my kitchen all the time along with rough estimates of local prices (MN). I buy a lot of things when they’re on sale and stockpile them.  instant oatmeal packets with fruit in them - $3 probably and this can be breakfast all week and maybe even a lunch or dinner too since you usually get 10 packets bag of rice - $2-3 depending on size. 1 cup dry rice makes enough for about two meals depending on what you add in. if you get cheap rice, rinse it before cooking canned beans - usually under $1 per can - mix the can with your rice and you have a meal. chili-spiced beans will make bean tacos. Rinse non-spiced beans before adding to anything. Tortilla - usually around $3 but you get like 8-10 of them. Tacos, wraps, and quesadillas are all fair game here lettuce - $2 max around here, either a head of something or bagged precut depending on preference, use as a salad or on tacos protein other than beans of some sort - probably $5-7 for meat, $2-3 for eggs. sometimes I can get bags of frozen chicken breasts in this price range and each is usually 2 meals if I add in a bunch of veggies. fry/scramble eggs and add to any of the options.  your favorite stir fry sauce - $3ish vegetables - $5ish. literally anything that you can 1. fry in a pan and 2. you’ll eat. fresh carrots are usually pretty cheap. get frozen if it’s cheaper and you’re strapped for cash/prep time on this part.  alternative to stir fry:  pasta (~$2), fresh tomatoes (~$2), cheese (~$3).  cheese and fruit if you have extra - look if your store has loyalty cards for free that you can load coupons on for cheese there’s always one it seems like. ahh thank you!!! Reblogging because there’s never knowing who’ll need it. Adding also: the single most nutritious food on earth is potatoes in their peel. Potatoes + some milk and butter = everything you need. They don’t last all that long, but they’re fairly cheap and the quickest cheat to “How do I not fuck my body up.” (Cooked potatoes’ll last a while in the fridge. Potatoes nearing the end of their useful lives? Cook them to half-done first, figure out what to do with them later.) Easiest baked potatoes: slice thinly but not paper-like, spread like cards, brush with oil (a silicone baking brush is totes worth the little it costs), spread salt and pepper (a little less than you think you’d like), cover with foil, stick in oven or toaster-oven at 150C for 40min. (If you have the patience, at that point click up to 180C, remove the cover and add 10-20min.) Reheats well, lasts in the fridge longer than it’ll take you to nom. Dead-Animal-Free Whole Protein: some legumes + some grain. AKA rice and lentils, or rice and beans. (Maybe some fried onion for flavor; onion’s cheap and stays good a descent while. Fried onion makes everything taste better and keeps forever in the freezer, so frying up a bunch and keeping portions is not a half-bad idea.) (If going for the beans option - lentils are cheaper around here but fuck if I know what it’s like in your area - dump some tomato sauce and oil in; canola or soy are best health-wise, and far cheaper than olive; avoid corn.) Oh, what does instant couscous go for in your area? It keeps for fucking ever, it’s usually cheap, and it takes well to any and all added taste. If you get to choose, black lentils taste the best and need the least soak-time (0-20min), green lentils are best for cooked stuff and red lentils are best in soups. (Red lentils + potatoes + root vegetables of choice + spices; cut into smal[...]

studyblvsh: OneNote is literally god’s gift to this earth. [ header art ] I downloaded OneNote onto...

Wed, 14 Mar 2018 02:10:57 -0400

studyblvsh: OneNote is literally god’s gift to this earth. [ header art ] I downloaded OneNote onto my mac air through my school’s office365 [which is a microsoft email login thing but is easily accessible on any kind of device and you can just delete the email acc later if you want]. OneNote can be accessed on a laptop, computer or ipad/tablet. i believe OneNote is available on the appstore as well? I use OneNote as a digital bullet journal / planner and to write down all my study notes. i also have actual books for my study notes but i tend to prefer OneNote. OneNote is super easy to use! think of it like an actual book: 1. DESIGNING THE COVER When you open OneNote for the first time it will ask you to create a Notebook. You can name it whatever you wish and even choose the colour of it! You can have as many Notebooks as you like, so go wild !! 2. CHAPTERS In your Notebook, you can have “chapters”, called sections or tabs. Depending on whether you use OneNote as a bujo or for study notes, these tabs can look like this: 3. PAGES Time to fill your chapters! These pages will contain all of your content. Whether that’s a weekly spread in your bujo or a page on DNA molecules in your humanbio Notebook. You can have as many as you want! Pages on OneNote tend to look like this: Once you click on which page you want, it’ll open ! 4. SPREADS [for planners] Spreads are completely personalised and customised depending on you! Anything you do in your physical bujo you can do on OneNote. Habit checker? Tables? Homework diary? Inspirational quotes? Cute doodles? Day-to-Day planner?  This is just an example of mine, you can do WHATEVER YOU WANT with yours !! 5. STUDY NOTES My study notes are basically just what my teacher says during class or puts on the board, which is why they’re almost always in bullet point form like this: But obviously, you can edit your notes to be however you’d like them !! 6. OTHER INFO One feature i really like about one note is the fact you can make the paper look like whatever you want. such as blank paper, margined + lined paper, graph paper etc. this is really helpful when writing notes and especially drawing diagrams !! also, across the top is literally everything you’ll ever need. IN CONCLUSION: Please download OneNote !! it’s so user-friendly and customisable. I was honestly shocked that more people weren’t using OneNote in the studyblr community. It’s such a lifesaver near test + exam time because all of your notes are in one place !! also, OneNote autosaves and doesnt close if you close your laptop [as long as you’re not logged out or the computer is shut down] so you’ll never lose your work !! HERE is another post about me yelling about OneNote lmao If you have any questions or problems, feel free to ask !! ((-: [...]