Adventures in Adulting

I just spent like 20 minutes trying to figure out where the policy number was for my dental insurance, getting progressively more frustrated why I couldn’t get this information..

…only to find out that I don’t need a policy number. I just give my info and the insurance company’s name and the “group number” I have been provided for my employer (or even just my employer’s name) and that makes it work. 

Seriously, guys. I have an MD and I can’t figure out how to use my own insurance. I am not an adult. I am a doctor, but I am not an adult.


I (finally) added prints to my RedBubble! You can now purchase prints or other merchandise for each of the pieces in this post by clicking on their title (listed below). You can also reblog each individual art piece on tumblr by clicking the (x) link after the title. Both reblogs and purchases are greatly appreciated! n__n

Lollipopplanet (x)
Mediterranean Mermaid Lovers (x)
Gemlato (x)
Sic Semper Tyrannis (x)
Hidden Figures (x)
Paint by Numb-Her (x)

anonymous asked:

5. Into Shadows We Fall?

5: What part was hardest to write? // Into Shadows We Fall

This is actually easy to answer.

Chapter 4 - the sexual assault scene. It was crushingly hard to write, and for a long time, I couldn’t reread it. I couldn’t even reread it to refer back to it while answering comments for a while.

It was a mixture of the challenges of the scene itself (I worried a lot that people wouldn’t find Augus’ change of tack and his using comfort as a form of abuse valid - and honestly I did get like two or three comments/asks to that effect, though thankfully most people saw what I was trying to do and felt the impact), and also real life concerns about making the story that dark. I wanted to do it for myself, but I knew there would be some readers who wouldn’t stay through an event like that, and I questioned myself and second-guessed myself and grilled myself over it for ages.

For a long time I also went back and forth over how far things would go, too. I was pretty blocked on how much Jack should actually experience. I had to ask questions like: ‘what do I realistically think he can recover from in the length of the story? What am I trying to do/achieve? What will his PTSD look like? How will that intersect with Pitch?’ Idk, I angsted a lot over that scene, which meant I’d write two paragraphs and then have to walk away and grit my teeth over it for hours before coming back and writing another two paragraphs etc.

I reread it recently and I actually like the chapter. I mean I don’t like what happens, I just like how I executed it.

on a sincere note though, you guys do know that 22 is not old and 30 is not ancient, right? like yeah by 30 you will hopefully have matured but hearing some of you talk like life ends at 30 is a little worrying. one day, not as far away as it may seem, you will be 30 and you will still be a person with value, you will probably still have a lot of the same interests, you will still use the internet, and you will still be you. you have your whole life ahead of you


Movies Meme: [1/5] Animated Movies → Mulan (1998)
↳ “I’ve heard a great deal about you, Fa Mulan. You stole your father’s armor, ran away from home, impersonated a soldier, deceived your commanding officer, dishonored the Chinese army, destroyed my palace and you have saved us all.”

Friendly reminder that asexuals are accepted in almost every official LGBT+ organization and there is absolutely nothing ace exclusionists and gatekeepers can do about it 🏳️‍🌈♠️💜🌈