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angelblack3  asked:

you seem to be focused on your taemin han au which is fabulous because i love this doggo son he's adorable. but omg i would DIE for your mint eye flipped au where the only 'good' characters are mc, rika and saeran that would be AMAZING.

yeah but … do u really wanna see that level of angst :D

((thank you so much btw)) ♥

Ways to Strengthen Your Magic

Every now and then, magic can fade. In order to keep it strong and healthy, you have to exercise it. Of course there will always be times when something else is more important than your craft, but there is always a little something you can do to keep it going.


-Whisper an incantation over your lil’ cup of tea.

-Pray to your deities as you fall asleep at night.

-Carry a tiny crystal in your pocket.

-Scribble a quick happiness sigil on your arm before school or work.

-Give your pets some treats you have bewitched.

-Recite affirmations when you get ready to go somewhere in the mirror.

-Light a stick of incense while you’re cleaning or just sitting around.

-Add little thoughts to your grimoire.

-Sleep with your tarot cards.

-Play some witchy music.

-Set out a couple jars to collect rain water.

-Cleanse your home while cleaning.

-Set aside at least one day a month to devote entirely to your craft.

Hope all of you guys enjoyed and if you’d like more ideas then feel free to request! In the meantime, have fun and happy bewitching!

Morning Habits Worth Starting (Especially for College)
  1. Give yourself enough time to get ready before you have to leave in the morning. For me this means setting my alarm about an hour before the time that I have to get my foot out the door. Eat a proper breakfast, do a little stretching, figure out your plan for the day. Having a slower paced morning is a lot more relaxing, and you can get your day started correctly.
  2. Drink water first thing. I used to be a pretty heavy coffee drinker in the mornings in high school, but I realized that I could get away with a lot less caffeine if I started my morning off with a nice glass of cold water. You’re probably dehydrated after sleeping and water helps wake you up. 
  3. Make your bed. Making your bed is a visual reminder that sleeping time is over and that it’s time to get up! If I have a messy bed, I want to climb in and snuggle back into my blankets. This is especially true in the winters when it’s cold and dark. The movement also helps you wake up, which brings me to my next point:
  4. Move! Your! Body! You don’t necessarily have to run through an entire yoga routine or go for a run (but hey, props to you if you do), but getting some movement in your mornings will help you wake up. I like to stretch a little bit, warm up my joints, maybe loosen up my limbs. It helps to get your blood flowing. 
  5. Open your curtains. In the winter it might be kind of dark and depressing where you live, so this isn’t always something recommended. I like to open my curtains when it’s sunny out so I can get some natural light, which helps your circadian rhythm so you wake up better - and fall asleep at night better. 
  6. Do something productive before your class begins. If your first class is super early, this might not apply. But I find it tremendously helpful to get something done, whether it be a flash card set, a work out, or a load of laundry, before my first class. It’ll get you into a productive mood for the rest of the day, and even if you aren’t productive for whatever reason, you can go to sleep knowing that at least you got something done that day!
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Custom autism-themed Cards Against Humanity sheets. Best used in combination with the standard set. Reblog with your favorite combinations.

Black cards:

  • Although vaccine theories have been thoroughly discredited, some studies suggest that autism is really caused by ________.
  • To the great surprise of the Autistic community, the latest film from Autism Speaks portrays ________ in a positive light.
  • ________ doesn’t make you autistic! That happens to everyone!
  • The reason there are no autistic adults is because every autistic 17-year-old experiences ________.
  • What’s my special interest?
  • New reports claim that ________ must have been autistic because they liked ________. (Pick 2)
  • Following the consolidation of Autism Spectrum Disorder in the DSM, the ICD will now refer to the entire autism spectrum as ________.
  • I tried to drive from ________ to ________, but due to my horrible navigational skills, I wound up in ________ instead. (Draw 2, Pick 3)
  • You can’t be autistic if you’re capable of ________.
  • Labels belong on ________, not people.
  • To avoid “ass burgers” jokes, Asperger syndrome will be renamed ________.
  • Where do spoons come from?
  • A collaborative campaign between Autism Speaks and PETA will feature nude models with the slogan: “________“.
  • I meant to say ________, but my text-to-speech app autocorrected it to ________. (Pick 2)
  • Don’t you hate seeing everyone on their phones all the time? I miss the old days when we had ________.
  • This year’s Light It Up Blue campaign aims to put light bulbs all over ________.
  • In Temple Grandin’s upcoming book, she explains that cows are similar to autistic people because they both have ________.
  • What’s the best way to come out as autistic?
  • Some people flap when they’re happy. I flap because of ________.
  • In her latest Playboy video, Jenny McCarthy uses her son’s autism as inspiration for ________.

White cards:

  • Knowing useless facts about everything.
  • Exclusively dating autistic people to further the master race.
  • Bribing the diagnostician to make you sound more disabled on paper.
  • Temple Grandin.
  • Rain Man.
  • Flapping your nail polish dry.
  • Measles parties.
  • Tasting spice in food labeled not spicy.
  • The disgusting taste of bottled water.
  • Just nodding and smiling because you’ve already said “can you repeat that?” three times.
  • Having pets who understand you better than humans do.
  • Searching for beer while lost in the desert.
  • Texting someone who is right in front of you.
  • Infodumping about the menstrual cycle.
  • Memorizing the script to a porn movie.
  • Making suggestive eyebrow movements at the wall next to you.
  • Running out of spoons while spooning.
  • Exploiting the stereotype that autistic can’t lie to get out of trouble.
  • Subtly switching to the green communication card when an attractive person is nearby.
  • That one autistic character on that one episode of that one show.
  • A bleach enema.
  • Accidentally staring at a woman’s breasts while avoiding eye contact.
  • Socio-emotional reciprocity.
  • Proposing marriage with a plastic spinner ring.
  • Nikola Tesla making sweet love to his imaginary laser pigeon.
  • Having situational mutism during wedding vows.
  • Going outside, then realizing there’s no wi-fi and going back inside.
  • Stuffing one bag full of everything you could possibly need.
  • Friends doing unrelated things in close proximity.
  • Going to a museum to touch all the sculptures.
  • Guessing people’s names.
  • Knowing more about your neurotype than a psychologist with a PhD.
  • Forgetting to eat.
  • Self-diagnosis.
  • Fad diets.
  • Cows.
  • Cats.
  • Eye contact.
  • The internet.
  • Clothes with no tags.