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thewondrouspickle  asked:

Hi, I've been learning German for 4 years now and I was wondering whether you had any tips that might help with Deklination.

Hi! I’m afraid the only way to learn the German declensions is to practice, practice, and practice. Perhaps you could write declension patterns down on a paper (it’s better to make one by yourself than just print one from the internet) and tape it on your wall near your studying spot where you can see it frequently and use it as a cheat sheet when writing. Eventually you’ll need to resort to it less and less as you start remembering. You can also use different exercise books (like “Basic German: A Grammar and Workbook” and “Modern German Grammar Workbook”) and internet resources to practice. I’m sorry I can’t be more of help. Viel Erfolg!

Tarot cheat sheet

Major Arcana

The Fool-Beginnings, Risks
The Magician- Actions, manifestations
The High Priestess- Hidden knowledge, Secrets
The Empress- Resources, Abundance
The Emperor- Boundaries, Order
The Heirophant- Education, Lessons, Unity
The Lovers- Love, decisions
The Chariot- Progress, determination
Strength- Managing situations, endurance
The Hermit- Searching, analysis
The Wheel of Fortune- Fate, Luck
Justice- Decisions, Balance
The Hanged Man- Waiting, sacrifice
Death- Transformation, Rebirth
Temperance- Negotiation, common ground
The Devil-Restrictions, Indulgence
The Tower-Unexpected failure, breakdowns
The Star- Hope and guidance
The Moon- Anxiety and deep emotions
The Sun- Growth, Recovery
Judgement- The past, second chances
The World- Success, completion

Minor Arcana

Cups- Water Element, “I feel”- How emotions rule over and work within the meanings of the cards.

Ace- Love, Beginnings
Two- Partnerships
Three- Celebration
Four- Boredom, longing
Five- Loss, sadness
Six- Peace, reconciliation
Seven- confusion, possibilities
Eight- Departure, leaving behind
Nine- A wish coming true, contentment
Ten- Happiness, family
Page- Opportunities, Chances
Knights- Emotional and dreamy influence
Queen- Intelligent and intuitive influence
King- Charismatic and Wise influence

Pentacles- Earth Element, “I have”- How possessions rule over and work within the meanings of the cards.

Ace- Money, success, beginnings
Two- Decisions, balancing finances
Three- Showing talents, chances
Four- Stability, hiding
Five- Financial loss, chasing
Six- Generosity, supporting
Seven- Potential with work
Eight- Money coming, building success
Nine- Comfort, success
Ten- Inheritance, something lost
Page- An offer
Knight- A dependable influence
Queen- A genorous influence
King- A prosperous influence

Swords- Air Element, “I think”- How thoughts rule over and work within the  meanings of the cards.

Ace-  Success
Two- Stalemate
Three- Heartbreak
Four- Rest, overwhelmed
Five- Conflict
Six- Leaving conflict behind
Seven- Theft of positivity
Eight- Restriction
Nine- Anxiety
Ten- Endings
Page- Intelligence, alertness
Knight- A opposing influence
Queen- An independent influence
King- A strong willed influence

Wands- Fire Element, “I desire”- How desires rule over and work within the meanings of the cards.

Ace- News, beginnings, fertility
Two- Making plans
Three- Travel
Four- Freedom, rest
Five- Stong opinions, fights
Six- Victory
Seven- Work, effort
Eight- News, attack
Nine- Stress, suspicion, strength
Ten- Burdened, work
Page- A message, understanding
Knight- A motivational influence
Queen- A creative influence
King- An expressive influence

Hopefully More help for Beginners to D&D - I found it a minefield when I first started, so hopefully this will help other novices (and my new players)

EDIT: These are the house rules that we follow when I’m the DM for my group as I use critical fails and success for fun flavour: 

In 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons, rolling a natural 1 or 20 doesn’t necessarily mean a critical failure or success outside of attack rolls. (It’s not the standard.) A crit fail on an attack roll isn’t 5e standard either– penalties don’t inherently occur on a 1. 

A scanned copy of my complete list of derivatives. My professor offered this bonus assignment and told us the best one would receive a 110. I was really going for that 110!

Lesbian Dating Cheat Sheet

I could write a book, but instead I will lend the short form to help anyone I can decode the art of lesbian dating. Here we go…

If a girl is truly interested in you there is no distance too far or schedule too busy.

If her schedule becomes a consistent excuse, move on. She’s probably talking to someone else and keeping you as a backup plan.

If her texts are short and non detailed/doesn’t elaborate, once again, you’re probably a backup plan.

Sending the first text or message is okay, but if she doesn’t respond and you know it’s been seen or you’ve seen her online, you’re an after thought or backup plan. Move on.

IF A GIRL IS INTERESTED SHE WILL MAKE THE TIME. SHE WILL MAKE YOU A PRIORITY. Now, go cut your losses with all those bitches. You’re better than that. 💯

Originally posted by jettblacckheartt

Grimoire Tips: Intention Cheat Sheets

Originally posted by killtheinsidegifs

I am a HUGE fan of correspondence charts. Charts are super easy organizational tools that make my life so much easier and I love them. My main grimoire is probably about…45% filled with various charts and tables.

Love them as much as I do, it makes spell writing kind of a bitch.

I can spend more time flipping back and forth between my chart for herbs and crystals and planetary associations than I do actually writing the damn spell. To help me with this little problem, I created Intention Cheat Sheets to go in the back of my grimoire. (In reality, I had less than twenty pages to fill before I could officially say my first grimoire was “full” and I just made this up to take up space…)

The whole idea is that you take a intent, or topic, and you write down all the correspondences for that on one page. And the next time you want to write a love spell for example, you can flip to your Love Intention Cheat Sheet and bam. All your info on love all in one spot. No more flipping back and forth.

Obviously you can add anything to your cheat sheets, but since I’m a hoarder of knowledge, I keep all kinds of correspondences. Here’s some of the basic ones I have on my sheets:

- Weekday best matching the intent
- Moon phase
- Zodiac Signs
- Colors
- Herbs
- Crystals, Stones and Minerals
- Incense and Scents
- Symbols
- Also Known As (for similar intents such and Love v. Self-Love, or Prosperity v. Wealth)

Some of the intents I have in my grimoire are:

- Creativity
- Protection
- Luck
- Curses
- Love, Self-Love and Friendships
- Banishing
- Beauty
- Energy
- Confidence
- Spirituality and Psychic Enhancement
- Dreams
- Healing
- Prosperity
- Cleansing

If you are unsure about what a correspondence should be for an intention, take a moment to write down all the things that you personally associate with that intention. Ignore what you read in a book, or read online. Think to yourself and build your own table. Sometimes it’s hard to build correspondence with things such as herbs or crystals if you’ve never worked with them before, and that’s ok. But if you start to burn some musk scent incense and instead of making you feel romantic or lustful, it reminds you of your dad, well then you can probably scratch that scent off your cheat sheet for love and romance.

As always, witchcraft is a very personal thing. If you don’t agree with someone’s opinion on something, you don’t have to follow it! Do you and own it.

~L

AP English Essay Tip

Instant grade booster: Make sure your paragraphs are equal in length! This shows that you have a strong argument for all of your points! If your intro runs for 8 lines, you want the rest of your paragraphs to be along the same length. If you have to, chop one long paragrpah into two equal-length paragraphs!

Just by scanning your essay, the teacher will understand that you have complete control over your essay and the ideas!

anonymous asked:

I want to live by myself when I move out of my parent's place but I'm really afraid of money problems? I'm afraid that the only place I can afford will be in the ghetto and it'll all be torn apart and I'll only be allowed to eat one granola bar a week. I'm really stressing out about this. I don't know anything about after school life. I don't know anything about paying bills or how to buy an apartment and it's really scaring me. is there anything you know that can help me?

HI darling,

I’ve actually got a super wonderful masterpost for you to check out:

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Adult Cheat Sheet:

Once you’ve looked over all those cool links, I have some general advice for you on how you can have some sort of support system going for you:

Reasons to move out of home

You may decide to leave home for many different reasons, including:

  • wishing to live independently
  • location difficulties – for example, the need to move closer to university
  • conflict with your parents
  • being asked to leave by your parents.

Issues to consider when moving out of home

It’s common to be a little unsure when you make a decision like leaving home. You may choose to move, but find that you face problems you didn’t anticipate, such as:

  • Unreadiness – you may find you are not quite ready to handle all the responsibilities.
  • Money worries – bills including rent, utilities like gas and electricity and the cost of groceries may catch you by surprise, especially if you are used to your parents providing for everything. Debt may become an issue.
  • Flatmate problems – issues such as paying bills on time, sharing housework equally, friends who never pay board, but stay anyway, and lifestyle incompatibilities (such as a non-drug-user flatting with a drug user) may result in hostilities and arguments.

Your parents may be worried

Think about how your parents may be feeling and talk with them if they are worried about you. Most parents want their children to be happy and independent, but they might be concerned about a lot of different things. For example:

  • They may worry that you are not ready.
  • They may be sad because they will miss you.
  • They may think you shouldn’t leave home until you are married or have bought a house.
  • They may be concerned about the people you have chosen to live with.

Reassure your parents that you will keep in touch and visit regularly. Try to leave on a positive note. Hopefully, they are happy about your plans and support your decision.

Tips for a successful move

Tips include:

  • Don’t make a rash decision – consider the situation carefully. Are you ready to live independently? Do you make enough money to support yourself? Are you moving out for the right reasons?
  • Draw up a realistic budget – don’t forget to include ‘hidden’ expenses such as the property’s security deposit or bond (usually four weeks’ rent), connection fees for utilities, and home and contents insurance.
  • Communicate – avoid misunderstandings, hostilities and arguments by talking openly and respectfully about your concerns with flatmates and parents. Make sure you’re open to their point of view too – getting along is a two-way street.
  • Keep in touch – talk to your parents about regular home visits: for example, having Sunday night dinner together every week.
  • Work out acceptable behaviour – if your parents don’t like your flatmate(s), find out why. It is usually the behaviour rather than the person that causes offence (for example, swearing or smoking). Out of respect for your parents, ask your flatmate(s) to be on their best behaviour when your parents visit and do the same for them.
  • Ask for help – if things are becoming difficult, don’t be too proud to ask your parents for help. They have a lot of life experience.

If your family home does not provide support

Not everyone who leaves home can return home or ask their parents for help in times of trouble. If you have been thrown out of home or left home to escape abuse or conflict, you may be too young or unprepared to cope.

If you are a fostered child, you will have to leave the state-care system when you turn 18, but you may not be ready to make the sudden transition to independence.

If you need support, help is available from a range of community and government organisations. Assistance includes emergency accommodation and food vouchers. If you can’t call your parents or foster parents, call one of the associations below for information, advice and assistance.

Where to get help

  • Your doctor
  • Kids Helpline Tel. 1800 55 1800
  • Lifeline Tel. 13 11 44
  • Home Ground Services Tel. 1800 048 325
  • Relationships Australia Tel. 1300 364 277
  • Centrelink Crisis or Special Help Tel. 13 28 50
  • Tenants Union of Victoria Tel. (03) 9416 2577

Things to remember

  • Try to solve any problems before you leave home. Don’t leave because of a fight or other family difficulty if you can possibly avoid it.
  • Draw up a realistic budget that includes ‘hidden’ expenses, such as bond, connection fees for utilities, and home and contents insurance.
  • Remember that you can get help from a range of community and government organizations. 

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I’m back with another A Level ‘cheat sheet’ printable - this time for Statistics 1 (Edexcel - but there’ll be plenty of overlap with other boards) since I know quite a few people have this exam coming up within the next few weeks. You can find a link to a pdf of this cheat sheet here

Small disclaimer - this doesn’t contain the Normal Distribution topic since I work through those questions slightly differently to the textbook, so if anyone wants to know my method for that, feel free to leave an ask in my inbox so I can explain it properly! :-) 

Looking for more? C1 Cheat Sheet | C2 Cheat Sheet

that’s all for now; hopefully this is helpful to someone. please remember to take care of yourself! your health comes first!!!

Cheat Sheets: Saturn - Restrictions and Lessons

I find it hard to….

Saturn in Aries: Express myself in a healthy way, feel good about my appearance, know who I am

Saturn in Taurus: Keep myself financially stable, allow myself to be treated, buy things for myself, relax

Saturn in Gemini: Communicate with others, learn things easily, express my thoughts properly

Saturn in Cancer: Be on my own, let my guard down, let go of the past

Saturn in Leo: Be noticed, express myself the way I want, be creative, take constructive criticism

Saturn in Virgo: Make time for myself, relax, take criticism, let others down

Saturn in Libra: Relate to others, establish strong connections with others, let myself fall in love

Saturn in Scorpio: Let go of grudges, make changes, reveal things about myself

Saturn in Sagittarius: Break free from old belief systems, be open minded to other beliefs, be adventurous

Saturn in Capricorn: Let go of ingrained beliefs, let myself have fun, break away from tradition

Saturn in Aquarius: Express how I feel, make friends, express my ideas

Saturn in Pisces: Stand up for myself, trust others, follow my intuition, know where I stand

This interferes with…

Saturn in the 1st House: My sense of identity, my physical presence and self-image

Saturn in the 2nd House: My finances and sense of security

Saturn in the 3rd House: My communication and thought processes

Saturn in the 4th House: My home and family life

Saturn in the 5th House: My ego and creative expression

Saturn in the 6th House: My work and how I help others

Saturn in the 7th House: My relationships and business affairs

Saturn in the 8th House: My sex life and ability to grow

Saturn in the 9th House: My knowledge and beliefs

Saturn in the 10th House: My public image, career and reputation

Saturn in the 11th House: My social life

Saturn in the 12th House: My subconscious, spirituality and my intuition