Very small pictures of the new additions to the popular Pikachu 025 line of every day use items and stationary, featuring new illustrations and a new theme. These items should start appearing in stores in Japan from mid January.
Victorinox, the Swiss army knife manufacturer, has designed a clever multi-tool called SwissCard Lite. Admittedly, this little gadget probably won’t save your life, but it could come in handy in various situations. As the name implies, the SwissCard fits into a standard wallet card slot, meaning that you can easily store it in your wallet or pocket.
Crystals for Sale! NEGOTIABLE PRICES! Trying to find all of these new homes!
All prices include tracked US shipping, I will ship internationally if the cost is covered. Crystals are on a first come first serve basis. Payments will be through PayPal. Orders will be shipped out every three days. Items crossed out are no longer available. Please message me on the instant messaging, I prefer to have a transcript of the conversation to ensure that I send you the right items!!! If you have any questions please feel free to message me! :)
Picture One 1 small angel aura quartz point cluster - $25 1 large angel aura quartz cluster - $40 3 large angel aura quartz points - $20 each all 3 for $40 5 medium aqua aura quartz points - $15 each or all 5 for $50
Picture Two 1 amethyst stalactite slice - $35 1 aventurine wand - $20 3 pyrite wands - $20 each or all 3 for $45 1 large clear freestanding quartz point - $25
Picture Three 1 large aqua aura cluster - $40 1 large clear freestanding quartz point - $25 1 large clear freestanding quartz point (long one) - $20 1 small polished freestanding citrine point - $20
Picture Four 1 large freestanding smokey quartz point - $40 1 medium clear freestanding quartz point - $25 1 medium clear freestanding quartz point - $25 1 set of 3 clear quartz points - $15
Picture Five 2 medium angel aura quartz points - $15 each or $25 for both 1 medium fluorite wand - $15 3 large fluorite wands - $20 each or $45 for all 3 1 large polished free formed polished malachite with flat top - $40 1 set of 3 polished clear quartz - $15
Very willing to negotiate pricing, I’m trying to find all of these new homes asap!
Customer: Wait, shouldn’t that be marked down? It’s supposed to be (insert price.)
Me: *double-checks the item(s) for a clearance sticker, checks the computer for any deals on that/those item(s)* No, sorry. It doesn’t seem to be marked down.
Customer: But there are signs right over there *points somewhere* saying it’s on sale/buy one get one (x)% off.
(As I’m apologizing to them, I’m thinking: “You most likely read the sign wrong, or the item was misplaced and you didn’t notice. It’s most likely your fault. I’m not responsible for the item’s price OR for advertising sales. No one tells me about the sales and I have never seen these signs. I’m not responsible for your reading comprehension failure. It. Is. Your. Fault.”)
Customer: *glaring* Well, you need to take those signs down/Tell someone to take those signs down. This is f***ing ridiculous.
(One lady even told me that when this happens, the cashier usually just marks the price down for her. Yeah, right. I may be new to this, but I’m not stupid.)
I’ve seen a few posts like these but some have incorrect info and some are missing a few things I’ve picked up so here we go:
Defender icon in the shop: This doesn’t give you free items every day, it gives you coins and items ONLY IF you have at least one pokemon in a gym. The more pokemon you have defending gyms, the more coins you get. There’s a cool-down of 21 hours.
Leveling Pokemon: You can’t level pokemon by fighting or training them, the only way is through the “power up” function. It takes star dust and candy. To get more candy, catch the same type pokemon and trade the lower level ones away. That’s 4 candy per catch!
Leveling yourself: Evolving pokemon gets you 500 xp, so it’s a good way to quickly level up if you don’t have access to many pokestops/gyms. That means you need to catch EVERY pokemon you see, even if it’s the 100th rattata or pidgey. Those common pokemon only take 12 candies to evolve, so you can level them up them ship ‘em off to Professor Willow for more candy.
Getting stupid powerful Pokemon to dominate gyms with: Use the power up function to get the pokemon as high CP as you can. The white arc above the pokemon shows how much more you can level it. This takes a while, since it burns through stardust pretty quickly, but it’s worth it. I turned an eevee into a CP 866 vaporeon by maxing out the eevee’s CP before evolving, and I’ve only been playing a few days.
If you have more tips or corrections, feel free to add them!
I love makeup because it makes me feel great. If I could spend 30 minutes on my makeup every day, I would. But because of my chronic illness, I physically can’t some days. So here’s 5 general makeup tips to help speed up your makeup routine. I hope you find them helpful! I’ll be posting a more in depth tutorial soon!
1. Stay organized
I know when I’m having a flare up, I can barely remember little things like where my eyeliner is. The easiest solution is to keep a basket of all of your every day makeup items, including brushes. This saves tons of time and energy.
2. Avoid matte lipstick
You usually have to exfoliate before wearing matte lipsticks. To speed things up, wear a creamy formula. A creamier formula will glide over dry patches, unlike a matte formula which would cling to them.
3. Stick to neutrals
For days when you don’t have enough time or energy, wear neutrals. They go with everything. They also require less blending than darker colors and don’t appear as obvious when not blended thoroughly.
4. Use multi-tasking products
It can be annoying when you deal with too many makeup products. Opt for products that can do multiple things. In the above photo, I use my contour palette for eyeshadow, as well as contouring. You can also use highlighter for eyeshadow or vice versa. You can also use lipstick as cream blush, but that could take more time; which leads me to my next tip.
Unless you have really dry skin, power products are the best option. They don’t require as much blending as creams and liquids, which saves a ton of time. If you have dry skin, then use a BB or CC cream. Their lightweight formula will make it easier to blend.
One of the most difficult things about cleaning when you have hoarding tendencies is that it’s always an emotional process as much as it is a physical process. Everything has a story attached to it, part of me feels like everything matters, because I have so many memories of wearing that old shirt I haven’t touched in three years, but I remember being on the road with it one time–! And fighting back against that urge to keep it just because of the familiarity of it, the feelings I have invested in it, despite that it’s not actually useful to me anymore, is an uphill battle. An battle worth fighting, of course, and I’ve made a lot of progress, I’m not a full hoarder, but I have enough of it that I’m exhausted emotionally after a cleaning binge just as much as I am physically.
If you haven’t been paying attention, we’ve been having one massively cool sale item every day leading to the holidays! Today… it’s this rare 2012 Green Day issue. Snag it for a low price before it’s GONE FOR GOOD! Go to: altpress.com/APstore
i need to learn how to handle a knife correctly. i need to learn how to shoot a gun correctly. i need to learn how to use every day items to hurt somebody. not because i want to go out injuring people, but because if i’m ever in a life or death situation i need to know how to defend myself.