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“TELL ME WHERE APPA IS!”

honestly? don’t spend too much time on this site this summer. look up a reading list. read some banned books. download duolingo. learn some html. you’ll thank yourself.

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steven universe (marble madness & open book) » his dark materials trilogy (plus that one movie)

shoutout to the students who, in their pursuit of education, cannot afford to even go see a film at the cinema

shoutout to the students who had to give up their dream schools because they couldn’t afford it

shoutout to the students who recycle their stationery year after year

shoutout to the students illegally downloading books and textbooks because they can’t afford even the e-book versions

shoutout to the students living on the cheapest coffee

shoutout to the students who have sewed their bags/backpacks over and over again because they can’t afford a replacement

shoutout to the students working part time and full jobs to make ends meet and pay their bills

shoutout to the students who have to give up their passions, indulgents and going-outs because extra money is hard to come by

shoutout to the students affording to go to school, but too poor to do anything else

shoutout to the students that run themselves thin in the process of getting an education

shoutout to the students that prevail despite all this

shoutout to the students who need to take a break from all of this

you’re great

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☆ Victor “Vitya” Nikiforov // age 15 彡

↳ Kubo Exhibition 

Free e books

Sorry for the lack of organization. It’s just annoying to do that on my phone :) just click the links :)


http://www.amazon.com/Short-Guide-Astrology-Magick-ebook/dp/B00KE801CK/ref=as_li_ss_tl?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1459782440&sr=1-45&keywords=wicca&linkCode=sl1&tag=ist019-20&linkId=a282aef064d8c8c6e7e1a5b27d95184d


http://www.amazon.com/Druids-Sophie-Cornish-ebook/dp/B01DNOSWTU/ref=as_li_ss_tl?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1459782408&sr=1-4&keywords=wicca&linkCode=sl1&tag=ist019-20&linkId=d4003c5241a99ff3662407f113e7b11e

http://www.amazon.com/ALL-ABOUT-TAROT-Secrets-Reading-ebook/dp/B01DI0FF6C/ref=as_li_ss_tl?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1459782217&sr=1-32&keywords=divination&linkCode=sl1&tag=ist019-20&linkId=1b2ef8b8fb0b0d9eb29674c928adc4e4


http://www.amazon.com/Living-Stones-Oracles-DIvination-Workshop-ebook/dp/B01BW301DE/ref=as_li_ss_tl?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1459782217&sr=1-23&keywords=divination&linkCode=sl1&tag=ist019-20&linkId=6bfc2be2933ebbdfc77d0000af2b7af9


http://www.amazon.com/Numerology-Horoscope-Divination-Numerical-astrology-ebook/dp/B01A2WK02I/ref=as_li_ss_tl?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1459782217&sr=1-22&keywords=divination&linkCode=sl1&tag=ist019-20&linkId=11a18ab88837ebc36d5211587e27491d

http://www.amazon.com/REIKI-Meditation–Comprehensive-Unlimited-Abundance-ebook/dp/B00VCEEMES/ref=as_li_ss_tl?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1459782181&sr=1-9&keywords=divination&linkCode=sl1&tag=ist019-20&linkId=e0b98bb08ccbbd4bc9efa24b9bab7493


http://www.amazon.com/Crystal-Healing-BOX-SET-Spirituality-ebook/dp/B01815ZSMK/ref=as_li_ss_tl?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1459782162&sr=1-10&keywords=crystal+healing&linkCode=sl1&tag=ist019-20&linkId=f1d678b14a5439279d565a70d50d2fac

anonymous asked:

When downloading books illegally is the only way you can get them  ¯\_(ツ)_/ ¯

Hey Nonnie,

I get that. I’ve been in that position, I’ve downloaded books illegally, because I didn’t see any other option and I didn’t realise how much this hurt the authors. However, in the years on Tumblr and getting more involved in the writing/reading/publishing world, I found out how wrong I was in what I was doing. Writing is not a high paying job as it is, and by pirating books, we’re doing so, so much damage. 

I’m leaving some links here for places where you can get books online legally (I don’t know how many of them actually still work, because the posts I got them from are pretty old, but it’s worth a try):

link 1  link 2  link 3  link 4

Also, most cities have a public library - use it! Libraries are a godsend and more people should be making use of them. Borrow from friends/relatives. Save up for book sales. There are always options if you’re willing to commit to it. 

But please, please do not pirate books. 

Have a lovely day! <3

anonymous asked:

Have u ever considered making ycpfe into bound books and selling them to ur followers?? Because id buy it lmao

I’d love to have a hard copy, actually.😍 I think I’ll at least make myself my own copy once it’s all said and done, but I don’t know how many other people would even be interested in it. It also depends if I was going to include any side stories or not. 

Either way, it would be one long-ass book, so it probably wouldn’t work. 😬

anonymous asked:

my gf and I are makin a list of date ideas for the summer do u have any suggestions?? 💓

this is adorable and i would love to see your completed list!

my first suggestion: make a summer scrapbook to document all your adventures! have a page for each bucket list item with photos, funny things that happened, ticket stubs, etc.  

  • try (and fail) several pinterest DIY crafts
  • bring a blanket and attend to a local outdoor concert
  • start a book club between yourselves (i.e. read independently, or out loud to each other, with discussion questions)
  • hide and seek in ikea
  • start a mini herb garden or terrarium
  • beach bonfire with volleyball competition
  • host a dinner party
  • twister with paint (wear white shirts for keepsake)
  • hangout with animals at local shelter
  • make homemade ice cream (i know the salt+shaking method) or popsicles! get creative
  • couples massages
  • build/paint a bird house
  • stay up all night and attend a dawn yoga class
  • kayaking/canoeing/paddleboarding
  • spin art?
  • complete a coloring book together
  • stargaze - download an app or find an online guide
  • draw with sidewalk chalk
  • drive in movie theater!
  • make smores!
  • fly kites
  • hike and picnic at a local national park
  • trip to the beach or lake! bonus: skinny dipping?
  • fruit/berry picking!
  • if you have young siblings/family members: help set up a lemonade stand
  • win each other something at a fair or carnival
  • kiss on top of a ferris wheel
  • scavenger hunt in mall/zoo (could potentially be a group date idea, with couples as teams)
  • water gun or water balloon fight
  • sleep outdoors (real camping, backyard camping, rv camping, trampoline camping)
  • body paint each other
  • buy local produce at farmers market, then bake/cook together
  • tie dye!
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Book of Shadows Printable Starter Pack ~ 

Finally got my first pack up on Etsy! Check it out! Share it and Pin it! And as a thank you for your time and attention, use this coupon code for 20% off any purchase at my Emporium~ LOVEGOODTUMBLRS20 (Only good until July 1, 2017.)

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I have a journal, but what do I write in it?

Look no further! Here are some ideas for keeping a journal.
•The daily journal. This is the stereotypical diary where you write everything! Write how your day was, your secrets, your friends, everything!
•A dream journal. Right when you wake up, grab a pen and start describing every detail from your dream. Doing this helps you to remember your dreams, interpret them, and studies show that it makes you more likely to lucid dream!
•A prayer journal. If you’re religious, this one is perfect for you! Use it to worship and write bible verses, prayers, and keep lists of people you need to pray for so you don’t forget.
•A daily log. You can choose to keep track of your sleeping patterns, exercise, what you eat, the medications you take, and if you have any health problems, you can also keep track of the symptoms you get! You can combine all of these in one journal or keep a separate journal for each log.
•A bullet journal. This is one of the most common journals that people keep. In these, you write your to-do lists, your plans, calendars, upcoming events, etc. This helps to boost your memory, keep organized in life, and gives you a better sense of control.
•A quote journal. Use it to write down your favorite quotes, or just make up your own!
•A weight loss/gain journal. In this one, you can keep track of you weight, your calories, and your exercise habits to make sure you get to the healthy weight you desire.
•An art journal. Use this journal to draw, paint, or create collages or scrapbook pages!
•A travel journal. Take it with you whenever you travel. Whether it’s to another country or just to another city. Jot down your experiences, your road trips, plane rides, cruises, and destinations! Remember to include photos, used travel tickets, a coin from a different currency, a postcard, a souvenir (like a shell or leaf), etc!
•A poetry journal. This is pretty self-explanatory. Write down your favorite poems or create your own!
•A journal for studying. If you’re attending school or a university, you obviously already have a notebook for school stuff. So why not make it more fun? Add stickers, color, and things you need to improve on!
•A journal for your career. This is especially useful if you run a business. Here, you can keep track of important dates, meetings, finances, and more!
•A journal for bills, taxes, and your house. This might sound boring, but it can be very useful! You can write yourself reminders, when you paid for utilities, etc.
•A journal for your sports/hobbies. If you enjoy soccer, swimming, gymnastics, biking, knitting, or art, this would be perfect for you. Whenever you do your sport or hobby, you can write about what you did, what you learned, and how you’ll better your skills. This is a fun way to keep track of progress and achievements!
•A pregnancy journal. It’s okay if you’re already 7 or 8 months along in your pregnancy. It’s never too late to start a pregnancy journal (unless of course, you have already given birth). Write either to your baby or just for yourself. Put in pictures of your ultrasounds, your baby bump, name ideas, etc!
•A journal for your children. Write down everything and give it to your child when she/he turns 18. Keep track of the dates when they lost their first tooth, got an award, broke their first bone, made their first friend, etc! Document everything! Include pictures of your child, schoolwork and drawings created by him/her, and more! Wouldn’t it be cool if you had a journal like that from when you were growing up? You could find out the exact date when you lost your first tooth, or took your first steps or said your first words. Even if your kid is already 13, start one now!
•A journal shared with someone else. Get a journal and pick someone to share it with. Whether it’s a sibling, parent, spouse, cousin, or friend, this will be a great way to keep memories. Write notes to each other, attach pictures of each other, write down funny conversations, and more! Did you get married to this person on July 7th? Write it! Did you meet this person on Christmas Eve? Write it! If the person lives far away, you can mail the book back and forth instead of using individual cards.
•A journal to your lost loved one. Keep a journal where you write to your friend, family member, or pet who passed away. This is very therapeutic and it can help you through your time of grief.
•A journal for lists. Keep lists of your favorite music, movies, books, places, and video games so you can see how your preferences change over time.
•A journal for signatures and autographs. Keep a journal full of signatures and autographs written by family members, friends, or even celebrities! It would be awesome to have a book full of their own personal handwriting to you.
•A journal for your budget. Keep track of your savings, spendings, and earnings!
•A journal for reviews. If you read a book or watch a movie, write a review of it in your journal and rate it.
•An heirloom journal. You can be the start of it! Keep a journal and pass it down from generation to generation and allow your family members to write whatever they want in it. Imagine if you found a journal that was written by your previous ancestors who were your great great great great grandparents? Way too cool!
•A journal for wish lists. Write things you plan on buying in the future. Whether cheap or expensive. Keep a list of songs you want to download, books you want to buy, and more.
•A vent journal. Use this journal whenever you’re feeling a strong emotion. Extreme anger or sadness or fear? Take it out on the pages! Scribble, rant, write angry notes you’ll never send, draw dark pictures, or just vent. SCREAM on those pages and let it out!
Happy journaling! And if you know any more, just comment it down below :)

Jacob’s Lookbook.

Thank you to the cc creators ♡

Please tell me if the links dont work/are wrong, or if i tagged the wrong person!

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Have a lovley day! x