Weekly Reading List #25

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It’s Sunday again and I’m glad to finish my Weekly Reading List for you! It’s not that short this time, especially because some fanfictions are multiparter. I hope you gonna enjoy them!

Unfortunately it’s a busy time for me right now due to work and my honorary office (is it called like that? I hope so). That means I don’t have enough time to work on my “Favorite of the Day”-series and that’s frustrating me a lot. I just hope there will be light at the end of the tunnel soon, because there are a lot of good fanfictions I like to show you! And I’m thinking about writing some fanfics on my own, but there isn’t really much time for that now. Maybe I should hurry up and find me a new job, a job with regular working time and free weekends… but even for writing a job application I need time… vicious circle.

But thanks to you and this amazing writers there are a lot of small things to cheer me up and I hope they do it to you, too! Until next week!

Almost Human

John Kennex                                          @lt-sammi-matthews

Avengers

I like her (no pairing)                              @immostlyconfused

James “Bucky” Barnes

Enmity (6 Parts)                                     @noticulous

Instinct (6 Parts)                                     @oh-soldier-my-soldier

Project: Lure                                           @lancefuckrr

Stucky

Love notes                                              @wintergaydar

Lord of the Rings

Eomer

Interlude                                                 @bkwrm523

Real Characters

Chris Pine

“Her” Guy                                               @avidfanficwriter

Sebastian Stan

The Demons Guide to Deal Making      @abovethesmokestacks

Star Trek

James T. Kirk

Bride on the Bridge                               @janeykath318

Imagine                                                 @imaginestartrek

Ohana (no pairing)                                @youre-on-a-starship

Tear You Apart                                      @imaginestartrek

That Would Be Enough                         @musikat18

Leonard “Bones” McCoy

Contagious                                            @medicatemedrmccoy

Getting Drunk with Jim and Leonard     @imaginestartrek

Have You Been Crying?                        @imoutofmyvulcanmind

Wedding Bells Are Ringing                    @imoutofmyvulcanmind

McKirk

Accidentally                                           @goingknowherewastaken

In the Midst of Nothing                          @thevalesofanduin

Oceans Between Us                             @medicatemedrmccoy

Stargazing                                             @antivanfishwife

Nyota Uhura

Crush by Garbage                                @youre-on-a-starship

Spock

My Human Mate                                   @mission-enterprise

Supernatural

Dean Winchester

Imagine                                                @supernaturalfreewill

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170430 // Weekly spread of week nr. 17 🤓 this week I didn’t do a habit tracker since I’ve been following the same habits since months and I more or less internalized them. So this week I started a challenge chart where I challenge myself a few times a day to do something like no spending etc. 😊 it was fun because it was something new I never tried before.
Happy journaling 💕

➸ 06.20.2017 | My spread for this week! ✨ I’m also working on putting together a speed video of my process for this rn - and should have it up today or tomorrow! > o < )9 Tried just taking out some stationery and see where it would take me with no plan to start. Didn’t turn out half bad, I think?

This Week @ NASA

Astronauts conduct a spacewalk on the International Space Station to prepare it for future activities. Peggy Whitson became the new women’s record holder for number of spacewalks and more!

International Space Station

Work continued aboard the International Space Station. Spacewalkers Shane Kimbrough and Peggy Whitson used the station’s robotic arm to move the Pressurized Mating Adapter-3 on March 24 to move a module to accommodate U.S. commercial spacecraft carrying astronauts on future missions. They continued this work on March 30. Another spacewalk to complete the work is slated for April.

James Webb Space Telescope

Engineers at our Goddard Space Flight Center Center complete vibration and acoustic tesing on the James Webb Space Telescope, which was subjected to earsplitting noice and shaken 50-100 times per second to simulate the rigors of launch.

MAVEN

Data from our MAVEN, our Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN, and published in the journal Science, concludes that solar wind and radiation are responsible for stripping Mars of its atmosphere and turning it into the frigid desert world it is today.

Most of the gas ever in the Red Planet’s atmosphere has been lost to space. The MAVEN team focused on the gas argon, estimating that 65% of it has been stripped from the planet. In 2015, the science team determined that atmospheric gas continues to be lost to space.

STEM Education

We participated in a Women’s History Month celebration and the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. The program feature NASA astronauts and engineers. The were also projects to get girls interested in sciene, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, education. There was also a screening of the film ‘Hidden Figures,’ which relates the story of African-American female mathematicians who were instrumental in the agency’s efforts to launch humans to space.

NASA App on Fire TV

We’ve released our latest free NASA app on a whole new platform–Amazon Fire TV! The app is already available for Apple TV, iOS, and Android.Viewers can stream NASA TV, access 16,000+, download video and more!

Download the app: www.nasa.gov/nasaapp

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➸ 06.06.2017 | Moana themed spread for this week (Maui on the left, Moana on the right)!! ✨🌊 featuring shells I found along the Californian coast a couple summers ago. I got a new desk yesterday and am loving it!! 

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01.07.17- My first spread post! January, weekly, and next week’s spreads. Back into the “swing of things” and copying this semester’s notes into small MUJI books. I’m starting to use my Leuchtturm 1917 and I LOVE it so far, along with my mildliners which I’ve been longing for!! Here’s to a productive year!

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03/19/17; 10/100 days of productivity

violet grey theme for the first week of my spring break! (ft. the iconic veronica lodge quote) this week has gone by so fast😥 too much to do, too little time

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( week 16: 4/16 - 4/22 )

with work & finals looming in the distance, my week has become rather gray. this week was inspired by the cloudy days i had, plus the sad skies i’ve been seeing around. the little quotes were the little beams of sunshine that peeked through throughout the week.

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