Gravity Rush 2 x NieR Automata Costume DLC will be available for free on PS Store Japan starting tomorrow. But it’ll be available only for a limited time (April 27 - May 9). It contains 2B outfits on Kat. It’ll be available on 2 versions, with and without visor.
That Free DLC will also head to the West on May 5. Shunsuke Saito, Gravity Rush 2 character designer, created an artwork of Kat x 2B crossover in commemoration of the collaboration
About a week ago, I found this amazing app that is good for any witch to have. It’s called Mighty Timer and it’s a timer for your tea!
Looks cute from the start right? Well it get’s even cuter!
THE CUP FILLS UP AS IT BREWS!!!! 😍It comes with some basic teas like Black Tea and Oolong preset but you can add timers for other tea you may have. Warm up some water, plop in a tea bag/infuser, start your timer and after the adorable chime, you’ll have yourself some perfectly brewed tea! 🍵
Best news of all, it’s free on the App Store! So go get it tea lovers!
I am not being paid to promote this app. All opinions are my own
Do you have any advice for someone whose really tight on money? I have a part time job but it's not enough and I have bills. It's becoming a lot to handle.
I sympathize with your current situation; you’re definitely not alone. Money stresses are unfortunately not uncommon, and heavily impacts both our mental and physical health. It’s important to concentrate on self care and positivity through this time.
Avoid negative thinking. I know I always say this but it’s crucial. When times are tough, it’s easy to get carried away with the negative voice inside our head. Instead of focusing on the bad or putting ourselves down, try to concentrate on the positive. For example; be extra proud of all the hard work you put into your job.
Set a budget, or go over it if you already have one. Having an organized spending plan will give you much more control. The three biggest money stressors are: spending more than you make, living paycheck to paycheck, and / or owing money. Face the issue head on and start building your plan.
Reach out to a trusted family member or close friend that you can vent to and share your honest feelings. Being able to talk openly about your troubles will help reduce stress, and they may be able to give you some helpful tips.
Know that seeking medical help is another good option. Having that support from a professional can help tremendously. I don’t mean to cause stress, but I think it’s important to be aware of the possibilities and the reality of being affected by stress. Anxiety disorders and depression are the most common mental illnesses caused by financial troubles. Insomnia, eating disorders, and many more serious physical illnesses are also common. It’s important to reach out when things become overwhelming.
Start an emergency fund. Keep a jar or an envelope in a safe place and start putting away small amounts when you can. Every penny counts, and having that extra bit saved allows you to be proud of yourself, have an extra option when money gets tight, or even when you want to reward yourself for all of your hard work.
Heres a few tips to save money where you are now:
Shop smart. Use any coupons you can for groceries and sign up for email newsletters because they usually contain sales and secret deals. Free reward programs are another amazing way to earn and save grocery money!
Save on your energy bill. Get used to turning off lights, unplugging appliances, turning off the tv when you’re not using it, etc. Being more conscious of your water usage is another good one.
Plan your meals ahead of time and try to cook at home when you can. Don’t be afraid to do some research for inexpensive but tasty meals.
There are also quite a few ways to make some extra crash but they will cost you time. These are just some ideas that might be useful.
Walk your friend’s or neighbour’s dog(s). This is a really fun, quick and underrated way to make money and spend time with a good buddy.
Consider opening up a free store online or selling to friends and the community. If you have any good quality outgrown, gently used or unused clothing that you rarely wear or don’t want; consider selling them. Old jewelry, furniture, books, and other things just taking up space are good to sell, too.
Use your artistic hobbies or take up a new hobby that can pay such as: photography, knitting, baking, cooking, drawing, painting, sewing, woodcraft, writing, digital artistry, calligraphy, jewelry making, papercraft, etc. Freelancing in makeup artistry, hairstyling, nail artistry are other great ways to make money. Even though they are highly competitive jobs, there is a large and constant demand.
Etsy - Sell everything from clothing, accessories, interior design, etc. Storenvy - Sell everything from clothing, accessories, interior design, etc.
TeePublic - Upload your artwork and sell it on clothing. RedBubble - Upload your artwork and sell it on clothing and more. Society6 - Upload your artwork and sell it on clothing and more.
I really hope at least one of these tips can help you out. Remember that your present situation is not your final destination. This will pass. You will get through this. Good luck and stay strong angel. 🌻💕
My first job was a cashier in a duty free store, shitty hours but it paid alright and I had fun doing it. I was working the late shift in arrivals one night probably around 1am we were waiting for a delayed flight, so as soon as it landed the customers came flooding into the store, we only had 2 cashiers on that night and it was pretty busy.
This guy comes up with his bottles of booze, doesn’t really want to talk to me at all but gives me his info and when I tell him he’s over his limit he says it doesn’t matter because customs are, in his words “all fucking idiots who wouldn’t find out and if they do I’ll just pay them off”
He then proceeded to show me his bag which had 6 bottles of alcohol so by this point he’s 7 liters over his limit.
When someone is over the limit we have to warn them and we note it on the receipt so there’s a record. So I did all that and moved on to charge him.
The guy was getting really restless and wanted to leave the store so I told him the total and he literally threw his metal credit card at me, it hurt like hell. We had a rule in our team that if a customer throws something at you you throw it back and our manager supported us doing it. I tossed the card back at him and proceeded to point him to the card terminal and that was that.
We work right next to customs who run the passport desks just outside our store and there’s always an officer near our door so I called him over and Gabe him the receipt and pointed thr guy out.
Long story short after about 15 minutes of standing in line at passport control the pulled him aside and he flipped out at the customs guy so they arrested him, he tried to bribe 4 separate officers and turns out he had some fine or Court order he was running from so he got deported.
Had to walk past him after we closed the store up I swear he was about to jump at me once he figured it out.
Don’t fuck with customs cos they can stop you from entering the country.