I actually now keep my special-interest stuff in my planner! I tag it with 2 little circle stickers. I don’t have an exact way that I plan it out, apart from the title format which is consistent throughout my entire planner! (here’s a video of my planner)
ATTENTION WOSO FANS:
Pre-Order for the first ever Women’s Soccer Yearbook is now available! The release date is November 9th, if you order before then you are eligible to win a prize package along with the book. Included are chapters about the USWNT and the NWSL! The timing and price makes this PERFECT for potential Christmas gifts! Pass the word along to other fans!
hi guys! i did a character page for a thing that’s titled the winter sins. i’d appreciate it if you check it out, or them in general! i also have a pinterest for each individual character, and relationships. you can also come talk to me more about them! 💕
after hiding for four years, kyran ravensky returns to nixford city to find his parents’ murderer under the name of kyran hall. when he returns to school as a freshman, he receives an invitation addressed to kyran ravensky, inviting him to the anastasia association’s charity ball. with piqued curiosity, kyran gets entangled between the darker intentions of the association and the truth behind his family’s murder. along with members of the anastasia association, kyran finds himself so entranced that he cannot find his way out.
The best superhero stories are the ones with modern
relevancy that reveal what our world could be if we’re guided by
our better angels. And that’s what Supergirl delivers in Welcome to Earth, taking on immigration and making our reality feel even more like the darkest
timeline. Having a renegade alien in National City would be a big
problem on a normal day, but it’s an even more pressing issue today; the president is set to sign an executive order that would provide extraterrestrial visitors with amnesty. Kara is excited about it, but J’onn is more pessimistic about
the prospect of aliens stepping out of the shadows: “People in this world
don’t have much tolerance for others who look different,” he says. “I
say that as an alien and as someone who wore the face of a black man
for 15 years.” He doesn’t think humans and aliens mixing would turn out
too well, but Supergirl won’t let him kill her vibe because she’s way too
hyped about meeting Wonder Woman the prez. When someone attacks her with fire, Supergirl hunts down Mon-El, who is from the planet Daxam, whose citizens used to clash with those on Krypton due to their differeing ways of life. Revealing implicit biases is a smart move on the writers’
part; it humanizes Supergirl and reveals that she is just as flawed as the rest of
us. The thing about heroes is we do not need them to be
perfect. In fact, perfect heroes are boring; the
best ones struggle with their demons and triumph over
them. Anyway, back to the prez; she is apparently an alien! Possibly a martian.
Also, can we talk about how her assassin is bad enough to miss five times in a row, but manages to hit all of her Secret Service agents squarely on target? LOL. But the heart of this episode comes when it has fun, like when we meet a new, flirtatious hopefully-love-interest or when the president says “You ought to see my other jet” and winks. Does it happen to be invisible??? Also… M’GANN!