fit world


Good morning:)

Happiness is knowing you’re one Beast away from your triple-trifecta goal. To be honest, I was a little scared of this race. The weather prediction was 45 degrees with heavy rain. In reality, it turned out to be sunny & crisp fall weather. Also, running with my friend, Anna, cut my race time in half! (Only five hours 😂) She’s an elite runner, but wanted to play doppelgänger and race with me this weekend. Glad she did because not only was she a complete joy, she gave me incredible information about nutrition, obstacle hacks and homeopathic remedies for joint inflammation.

Totally mud-crushing on @plantpoweredanna this morning😂❤️

Happy Medal Monday y'all!

Tips for writing OC x Canon

Ever wanted to ship your oc with a canon character? I will give you a few tips for making it work!
Just a note, I’m not an expert at this, but these are somethings that I think that could make an oc x canon couple work

  1. Try to design your character in a way that it fits in the world of the canon character.
    I will use FNaF to set an example. if you have a FNaF oc, DON’T give it features like horns or wings when it isn’t needed. (like a fox does not have horns or wings, so avoid using those) 
    Notice how Freddy, Bonnie, Chica and Foxy are robots designed to look like real animals, but antro. I would personally say, avoid using fantasy creatures, this way the oc looks more canon.
    However! since Bonnie has an unnatural color, I would say you can pick any kind of color you want! (Just avoid neon and rainbows, this would not look canon in my honest opinion. Pick colors that would fit with the other characters)
  2. Don’t make the relationship flawless
    No relationship is 100% perfect! even if two people love each other a lot, they can still have fights! it’s natural!
  3. Don’t make the relationship too “lovey dovey”
    Couples don’t hug and kiss each other 24/7, alone time is also important. Similar in real life, couples can’t be with each other all the time.
  4. Avoid shipping your character with more than 1 canon character (at the same time)
    Shipping your character with more than one character at the same time makes them look like they are cheating. Unless the character is polyamory (I’m not sure if that’s the correct term), I would avoid shipping your oc with more than 1 character.
  5. Try to avoid making the characters dating each other on the same day as when they meet each other.
    This, wheter or not you believe in love at first sight, doesn’t sound realistic to me.
    Love forms slowly. Take your time to make your character and the canon character get to know eachother!
    From a few experiences that I have had, a crush can even develop after 3 years of knowing each other. 
  6.  Don’t write the canon character OOC (out of character) just so they can be more loving towards/around your oc.
    This is a pretty common mistake that I’ve seen.
    Make the canon character act like themselves, else they feel like a completely different character. (not to mention, it would make the entire concept unrealistic)
  7. Make sure your character has a well thought out bio
    It always makes the couple more realistic besides making you character look canon, to have a canon sounding background story!
    Sad or depressing background stories could be done well. but don’t make them over the top like: “Suffers from depression after getting bullied in the past, abused at home and a rape experience”
    Give your characters flaws as well! nobody is perfect!
    does you character have scars? how did they get them? you can’t just have them because “edgy!”

Extra stuff:
Don’t shove your ship down people’s throats! not everyone has/can like your couple.
listen to criticism

anonymous asked:

How come you don't have any sponsors yet?

Well thanks for thinking I should have some! It’s not something I’ve pursued and I don’t compete or have much of a presence in the fitness and lifting world so without going looking for them opportunities won’t happen. I’m just doing my own thing my own way. I’ve adopted it as a lifestyle but not a livelyhood. Not sure I’ll ever be at a sponsor level, nor am I aspiring to be.

anonymous asked:

Where do you even start with becoming a witch??

I’d start with reading whatever you can get your hands on about the subject. Lots of websites are out there that are geared toward directing beginners. It may help to begin by defining what you think a witch is and how being a witch may fit into your world view. When I began, I learned about the craft through the lens of Wicca, because I was curious about the Wiccan way of spiritual practice and I wanted to learn more. From there I was able to determine that I was happy to practice the craft without the religious guidelines of Wicca. You may learn witchcraft without using the Wiccan channel, it’s just how I, personally, came to learn my craft. 

tips for writing Star Wars fanfic/Star Wars roleplay things

  • it’s not concrete; it’s duracrete
  • viewports are the windows on ships
  • not a plane; ship or speeder
  • it’s not steel; it’s durasteel
  • books are rare; holorecords or datapads
  • it’s not a glass pane it’s transparisteel
  • caf is the equivalent of coffee
  • it’s not paper it’s a flimsi
  • medcenter is a hospital

Star Wars can be very similar to things we’re already used to, but getting familiar with some of these terms can make your writing really fit in with the universe

Monday 8:27am
I woke up with you on my mind.
You called me babe last night —
my heart is still pounding.

Tuesday 10:53pm
Today I realized we won’t work.
What we are is hurting her.
And I think she matters more to me than you do.

Wednesday 11:52pm
I broke things off with you today.
She barely said a word.
I’ve never regretted anything more than this.

Thursday 4:03pm
I shouldn’t have sent that message.
You shouldn’t have been so okay with receiving it.

Friday 9:57pm
I almost messaged you today.
I didn’t.

Saturday 8:49pm
I’m walking around town in search of alcohol.
They say that liquor numbs the pain of having a broken heart.
I want to put that to the test.

Sunday 2:32am
I heard you texted a girl you’ve never spoken to before.
I wonder if it’s because you’re trying to replace me.
I can’t help but wish you weren’t.
I thought I was irreplaceable.

—  a week with you on my mind, c.j.n.