advice owl

24hour shift workers need cocoa and pajamas like pls guys das not healthy.
Also if you don’t think they all meet up secretly at 5am for morning coffee or cocoa together before the villagers wake up then you’re wrong shh.
One last lazy tablet doodle before bed because it is 2am. I’m still not getting the hang of this thing but I guess it takes a while to get used to again.

I overwork myself a lot with work and stuff and forget to sleep, I need someone to tell me to take a break a lot. So if you see this on your dash then it’s time for you to take a break.

10

“BUHURT-OWL MODE ACTIVATED”

“you creep me out”

Activators and fuel:
“Don’t be lazy. Where are the updates?”
“C'mon, draw it for free, what’s the problem?”
“Rudeness & disrespect”
“Go draw it right away”
“Uncalled-for advice”

Dear journal,

I finally got a bit of sleep and got woken up by sirius’ hair tickling my face! We went to the great hall for some breakfast and Sirius barely ate. James wanted to spend the last day of the christmas break outside so we did a snowball fight on the school grounds! We had a lot of fun but by the end of the day i couldn’t feel my toes. Sirius seemed to have fun. Maybe he put all his problems aside to spent some good time with us. After a cup of hot chocolate, we sat on the couch near the fire in the common room and i asked him if he was okay. He said “yes”. It seemed genuine so i didn’t ask again. Should I wait until he talks to me first? I don’t know what to do…

I’ll write later!
-Remus Lupin
January 9th 1976

*you guys can give Remus advices! Just owl him in the ask box!*

pandaizzey  asked:

Hi! I was wondering if you have any Ravenclaw related back to school tips or relaxation methods? Thanks! I love your blog btw!

Okay apologies that this is super late and most of you are probably back to school already but imma do this anyway:

1. you gotta make that learning fun. yes ravenclaws generally enjoy learning but if the subject just isn’t appealing to you then you’re probably going to find it super hard to motivate yourself. ravenclaws are also super creative so make that learning more fun by making yourself some super pretty notes. You learn and you have something nice at the end of it

2. write your own notes. lots of teachers will probably give you hand outs but seriously your own notes are a million times more important. ravenclaws thrive on originality and like having something unique to them that’s personalised so it’s most beneficial to them and them alone. everybody is different and has a different way of learning so the way your teacher gives out notes probably won’t work for you so just do it yourself

3. try to be organised. I know this is a big one, and I also know that ravenclaws are stereotyped as being super organised but tbh I think most of us would rather spend time focused on our interests than on clearing shit up. this is probably a mistake. yes there are much more fun things to do with your free time than tidying but just put aside half an hour every week to clear out your folders of any junk and life will get so much easier

if anybody else has any particularly ravenclaw-esque back to school tips then let me know in the comments!

anonymous asked:

Any advice on OWLS, boys, and friends for an incoming 5th year girl?

Refreshing your brain by relaxing and focusing on other things is vital to doing well on such stressful exams. Don’t forget to take care of yourself!

Some of them are worth it, and some of them aren’t; be careful, and learn to tell the difference.

(Your OWL scores will probably last longer than that boyfriend, anyway. :p)

As for friends…

*thinks back on her past friendship with Severus Snape*

Don’t do things that would hurt them, and don’t accept behavior that hurts you. Good friends only make you better. 

If you’ve got good friends at your side, you’ll get through the year just fine. :)

anonymous asked:

I just want to say that you're awesome with words. I'm a white middle class teenage girl and I understand my privilege(not even autocorect can help me) but I never knew how to put it into words until you explained it. So thank you! Btw awesome blog!

I think privilege is about accepting that you’re never going to really understand what oppression feels like. You can sympathise and try to understand but at the end of the day it’s something that’s incredibly difficult to understand unless you’ve been in that situation. The best thing we can do is realise the privileges we hold and use our position to listen to the problems of others without dismissing them. I’ve never really noticed much racism in my area but I realise that that’s most likely because I don’t see it as clearly as a poc and the best thing I can do is to take their complaints and use my privileged position to voice concerns that may otherwise get ignored, and try to work towards a more equal society