currently watching anime

While I was gone for few days I’ve hit 4k followers here and this is… wow.. 
I just drew something to say Thank You to all of you :)

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Introduction: Diamondlifestudies

About Me

  • Name: Tiffany
  • Age: 16
  • Country: USA
  • Class: 2019 
  • Named my blog after SEVENTEEN ;) 
  • Sideblog
  • Joined to keep myself motivated

Classes

  • Taking: US History, Calculus BC, AP Physics 1&2, AP Chemistry, AP Lang&Comp, Spanish III H
  • Self studying Korean 

Hobbies

  • listening to KPOP
  • Watching Kdrama
  • Watching Sherlock Holmes
  • Exercising/Tennis
  • Watching Anime-currently watching Clean Freak! Aoyama Kun
  • Learning calligraphy

Be my friend :) because I don’t know anyone in this community ;-; 

Inspiration

@emmastudies @academiix @tbhstudying @studyign @bookmrk @sootudying

my rating for Summer 2k17 anime

Shingeki no Bahamut: Virgin Soul (continued from spring)

Kakegurui

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4. Koi to Uso

5. Boku no hero Academia 2 (continued from spring)

6. Ballroom e Youkoso

7. Tsurezure Children

8. Jikan no Shihaisha

9. Keppeki Danshi! Aoyama-kun

10. Aho Girl

11. Mahoujin Guruguru (2017)

12. 7O3X

13. Boruto (continued from spring)

14. Koneko no Chii (ongoing)


dropped

15. princess principal

16. centaur no nayami

17. Shoukoko no Altair

18. Vatican Kiseki Chousakan

19. Hajimete no Gal

20. Made in Abyss

21. Youkai Appartment

22. Tenshi no 3P!

23.Hitorijime my Hero

24. Nora to Oujo to Noraneko Heart

25. Netsuzo Trap

26. Konbini Kareshi

How I Learned to Write Characters (Or How I Became TV Trash)

I used to write horrible characters. They had no personality, embodied stereotypes of the worst types of people and the best, and every protagonist was a Mary Sue. I didn’t understand why I couldn’t relate to them. I created them, didn’t I?

Growing up didn’t fix that. Neither did meeting other people. It helped, yeah. But you can’t ever learn everything about someone. People don’t run like characters do, and if they happen to be similar, chances are they won’t let you find out. It came on its own.

I went through some hard times. At least, for a kid. I dealt with people that didn’t understand that me or my friends were human or had feelings. And it left me and my various mental illnesses struggling to even find motivation to write.

I watched TV. I read.

Finding characters, I understood why I needed to make them better. I found characters that I could relate to. Characters with faults. Characters that were bad people but with good intentions, and fixed themselves.

As I put scotch tape over my cracks in my mind, I learned more about how to write. And as I watched characters, I learned more about myself, too. I could write trauma now. I could write flashbacks. I could write depression and harassment and anxiety and sleepless nights.

And when it got bad, I thought to myself–one more episode. One a day. I just have to sit. There were days where I felt like I had nothing to live for but to find out what happened in the next episode of the current crappy anime I watched. I credit my life to it, honestly, because I was so far gone. I’m back now.

It was bad, but characters around me got through it. I was able to function if they were. They had motivation. I had motivation. I could write these things because I had been through these things and these characters helped me function.

Have any of you cried when you watched TV, not because it was sad, but because you felt the same way they did? Because all of a sudden you were back when you were weak and all you wanted to do was to make them feel better? Crying and sobbing in front of my phone because
I was like that too
And I want people to remember that and see the character get better too alongside them
Because they can do it.

Just little things. Steven Universe–anime–cartoons–I could relate. I could write. I could give my characters the same troubles I had and the same feelings and maybe
Just maybe
Someone else might find their reason to live another day. Someone else might figure out that they’re not alone.

And for all I know, that someone could be the future me.

It was worth it. It still is. Other people’s writing and drawings saved me. And you? The amateur writer going through a tough spot? A recovering pro? A beginner who wants to give up?

You could change somebody’s life. And that somebody might be you.

one of my favorite things about noragami is the fact that yato (aka god of calamity) can go from registered badass “Lay a finger on hiyori and official god or not i will end your life as you know it” who has kiLLED MORE PEOPLE THAN HE CAN COUNT 

to next thing you know literal sunshine baby who the only thing he is king of is king of the DORKS

bonus*

yukine is tired of his master’s never-ending shit show 

10 anime that impacted my life

Rules: Don’t take too long to think about it. Ten anime you’ve seen that will always stick with you. List the first ten you can recall in no more than 10 minutes. Tag 10 friends.

Tagged by bombasticplastic u3u

  1. Hyouka
  2. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
  3. Soul Eater
  4. Gurren Lagann
  5. Wolf Children 
  6. Howl’s Moving Castle
  7. Baccano!
  8. Puella Magi Madoka Magica
  9. Toradora!
  10. The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya 

um um ignore me if i tag you and you’re not into this, just curious about your answers! i’ll tag: crane-machine, akihitoh, cesparzag, andythelemon, catfein, mayakyaa, whos-that-foxi-lady, marshofsleep, tinyshell, blithers