Well-worth-it

i only started freelancing recently, and i’m still having difficulty finding my way through things esp. concerning billing, pricing, etc.

last night i was having a chat with my older brother (who has been doing freelance for years) and i told him how much i was getting for this current project i’m working on. (he’s the only one i’ve told)

he smiled, gave me a pat on the shoulder, and said “mabubuhay ka na.” (you’re gonna survive.)

Anonymous asked:

Im thinking of writing an interactive story. but its overwhelming & I dont want to give the reader choices that dont impact the plot. I want the reader to create their own path but sometimes I run out of ideas. & do u have any tips for planning this?


I’ve never written an interactive story before, so I’m afraid I don’t have much in the way of tips. I’d imagine it would require you to come up with several alternate but complimentary timelines for the plot. Or, you might be able to attack it head on, starting with the first decision they have to make, then coming up with however many choices you want to give them, and figure out the impact of each choice. Try Google, too, because I suspect there are probably guides or at least general guidelines for writing an interactive story. It takes a lot of planning, but I’ll bet it’s fun and well worth the effort. Good luck!

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I treated myself to nail varnish and foundation today. I got free gift set which is always a bonus. Also it was all free because it was a gift card and in my free gift I also got a voucher for a free lipstick.

So basically £28 + £9.97s worth of stuff extra free as well as £25s worth of stuff free. So like add that all up and thats £62.97 worth of stuff FOR FREE!!!!!!!

Mascara, foundation, 3 nail varnishes, primer, eye shadow AND A LIPSTICK.

Insane.

theweepingwerewolf  asked:

Hey i just wanted to let you know that I've owned the celestial journal for a while now and can confirm its quality. its well worth 10$, i got mine for like 18 i think? idk its been a while. but either way its a safe buy and they hold up really well and the paper is a good thickness and all that jazz

A review for this mention of journals! Thank you!

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PROCRASTINATION MABARI!

I was always a bit disappointed that all Mabari in Dragon Age look the same, so here’s a little headcanon about the different sub-breeds! I imagine there’d be a lot of different coat configurations, but this one’s mostly for the physical differences. Horsie for size comparison (I was too lazy to do a person, shh)

  • Common Mabari are exactly that, the most common and found practically all over Ferelden. They are loyal until the end, very hardy and quick to learn.
  • Lowland Mabari are the rarest, and are most commonly seen in noble estates and castles as company dogs. Not as strong as the other breeds, they make excellent hunting hounds and are extremely agile and fast. 
  • Mountain Mabari are the gentlest and laziest of the breeds, being mainly used as shepherd and guard dogs in the rural areas. They are not bred for real combat due to their kind nature, but there are those who manage to train one.

I’d love to add more variations, but this will do for now :D

Also, I am not in any way in favor of cutting the ears and tails of certain breeds. At all. I was just playing with what the game gave us.

EDIT:

I added Urz (belongs to Warden Nyreen Mahariel) and Bacon (belongs to Marian Hawke, and yes, great name) to the puppy pile!! And made a very minor adjustment to the height grid, they were a bit too big before XD I’m surprised these pups got so much attention, but thank you to everyone who shared this!!

Also, for referencing purposes, I based the Commons out of Rottweilers and English Mastiffs, Lowlands are largely based on Bull Terriers and Mountains are basically Serra da Estrela (Portuguese breed, yeah!).

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I have seen them riding seaward on the waves
Combing the white hair of the waves blown back
When the wind blows the water white and black.

We have lingered in the chambers of the sea
By sea-girls wreathed with seaweed red and brown
Till human voices wake us, and we drown.

(requested by anonymous)