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I made these as a way to compile all the geographical vocabulary that I thought was useful and interesting for writers. Some descriptors share categories, and some are simplified, but for the most part everything is in its proper place. Not all the words are as useable as others, and some might take tricky wording to pull off, but I hope these prove useful to all you writers out there!

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I recently went to a Google Resume Workshop that was primarily aimed towards software engineering students, but I think a lot of these tips could be useful for any resume! I decided I’d make this little post to share some of what I learned and hopefully help some of you get that job you’ve been wanting!

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    • Address
    • Phone Number
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Did Someone ask for Pride Flag Cerdae? No? Well, here they are anyways. 

Free to Use / No Need to Credit / Just don’t claim as your own please! 

neanealuv  asked:

Faye! My girlfriend bought me my first succulent to take care if and now I am hooked on plants lol. Can you tell me what plants would be best for improving air quality? And if there were any that would help with anxiety or depression or things of that nature? Thank You!

CONGGRRAAATTSSS ~ 🎉 I literally could not be more excited for you, plants are fantastic and I’m so glad you’re diggin’ them! (Pun intended if you can call it that). Below I’ll have indoor plants listed in the categories you asked for and their proper care as well! As for plants that help with depression and anxiety I don’t know if you mean magically or medicinal/aromatherapy so all plants listed in that area do both. Just to be safe, all of these plants are okay to be around dogs and cats.

Plants for purifying air

  • Spider Plants. They help absorb formaldehyde and xylene. These require watering once every week(more or less depending on temperature), they like bright to moderate lights, water with distilled or filtered water. Water with a good amount of fluoride can make them sick.
  • Bamboo Palm. Helps to remove formaldehyde and is suitable for acting as a natural humidifier for most indoor areas. It can also help to remove xylene and toluene. These like to remain moist but not overwatered, each time after watering remove the drainage plate, cut off all dead leaves as they come, indirect and low light is fine.
  • Wax Plants. Whichever breed you please. Helps to improve overall air quality by removing benzene and formaldehyde from the air. This plant can also increase overall air purification - good for people with asthma! Water it each time it’s dry in the summer but in the winter it needs far less frequent water, just give it a bit more than you would a succulent. Moderate to low sunlight is good, they do like having their leaves misted but do not mist them when they’re budding or have flowers.
  • Lilyturf! This is great because it also helps with insomnia and sleep troubles, and it’s magical properties also offer aid in depression. Helps to remove ammonia, toluene, xylene, and formaldehyde from the air. This plant is capable of increasing oxygen levels and can help to improve air quality. If you decide to grow this from seed, you need to soak the seed in warm water for 24 hours NO LESS before sowing. Sow in fall and winter. They do well in all forms of sunlight but like slightly acidic soil with decent drainage, water moderately. 
  • Boston Fern. Helps to remove formaldehyde from the air and is said to act as a natural type of air humidifier. This plant can also remove xylene and toluene. It is said to be one of the best houseplants for air purification. They’re a bit high maintenance, they like cool areas, indirect sunlight, and high humidity especially in the winter. Water moderately.

Plants for depression and anxiety

  • Lavender. Medicinally and magically lavender is fantastic for depression and anxiety, although it can be moderately difficult to grow for beginners. They need full sun at least 6-8 hours a day, let the soil dry out before watering, lavender loves heat. Make sure if you keep it on a windowsill to rotate it every other day so the whole plant gets equal sunlight.
  • Jasmine. Again medicinally and magically good for both depression and anxiety. It needs full light in the spring and summer and indirect in the rest of the seasons, soil should be moist and well drained, be careful about using well/unfiltered water. This is one of my favorites!
  • Rosemary.  A member of the mint family; improves air quality, increases memory function, banishes anxiety. Must become acclimated to less sunlight, never let soil dry out completely, susceptible to powdery mildew so do not mist it and make sure you prune it accordingly.
  • Moth Orchid. These beautiful babies are good magically for anxiety, insecurities, and self love. You can never have too many if you ask me! Make sure you keep them warm but out of sunlight, once a week watering is typically the best you want to keep the soil slightly moist below the surface.
  • Lemon Balm. Another plant that is both medicinal and magical in it’s properties for anxiety and depression. This another favorite of mine, has a similar property to cat nip, and a good beginner plant. Try to give it up to five hours a day of direct sunlight, a steady supply of water, but good drainage is a must - they recover quickly from wilt so it’s better to water too less vs too much.

The Old Farmer’s Almanac is a great website to reference for growing plants, it’s low key my bible. I hope this helped you out some sweet pea!

idk with some things telling people just to “google it” isn’t very helpful, and I know I personally tell people to just google shit, but like theres some stuff that’s blatant, and some stuff thats going to have a million different opinions on the topic, and google doesnt show the same results for everyone.

so like maybe if your point is really nuanced and you want people to understand it, perhaps don’t tell people to simply google it … because that could lead to some bad shit. like maybe just wait until you have time to explain it, or ask someone for help to explain it?

Just because incompatible animals are not actively fighting one another or showing obvious signs of neglect does not mean they are not stressed.

There is no basic moral difference between housing incompatible / solitary animals together if they never ever not once fight or fight all of the time - both are wrong and unnecessary. 

Actual, observable, physical, wounding fighting is the CLIMAX of stress, not the beginning. 

Your incompatible animals are not “fine” if they do not fight. Fighting takes energy and is even more stressful, and a lot of times stress can even inhibit aggression. This does not mean the animals are not stressed in their situation.

You are not special or cool, you do not defy animal behavior and biology, if you are keeping solitary animals together they undoubtedly are experiencing stress. You choose to ignore how these animals live in nature or how they are bred to behave - how they are biologically programmed and should be kept in your home, without exception - and put their welfare at risk for your selfishness, with I’m sure very few and very rare exceptions. Guidelines and standards of care, including housing and cohabitation, are not based on a roll of dice. They exist to best replicate the animal’s natural environment where they are most suited to live and most comfortable in. The satisfaction of or neglect of those standards directly correlates to the animal’s health and well-being or lack thereof. 

Stop putting your ego before what is best for the animals in your care.

physics doesn’t have to suck: how to enjoy and do well in your required physics classes

As someone who doesn’t intend to take a physics class ever again, I was relieved when I walked out of my second semester physics final. That said, physics doesn’t have to suck or drag your average down. 

(1) How to enjoy physics: Adjust your attitude. Physics is so cool if you actually think about it. Your attitude will dictate your experience. (2) But physics is so hard: Change the way you study and don’t give up. I did better in university physics than in high school. The content was way more difficult but it was my studying methods that made the difference.

This post is split into 3 parts: Introductory physics (very basic physics, that unit of physics you had to do in a lower level science class), high school physics (physics from an algebra-based perspective), and university physics (calculus-based physics and labs). (Obviously these overlap a lot but I needed to organize this somehow)


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Hormones: A Guide for FTM's
Everything you need to know about HRT for FTM's.

I have gotten a lot of questions recently about hormones and hrt, especially from FTM’s. I have an entire google doc dedicated to resources for you all so I’m linking the best guide I have.

I hope this helps.


How to Plan Dates With Your Sugar Daddy When You Have No Idea What the Two of You Should Do

You did it! You have a sugar daddy! Best friend, I’m so proud of you. You put in the hard work. You freestyled. You know how much money you want. You opened up your mouth and asked for that money, and that man agreed. But now the arrangement has started, and you’ve got to figure out what to do with this man when you aren’t rocking his sexual world that you’ll both enjoy. You’re stumped. That’s okay, best friend, I’m here for you. By the end of this post, you’ll have a list of fun things for the two of you to do. Or for you to do by yourself now that you’ve got all this money coming in.

What type of Sugar Daddy do you have?

This is key when trying to decide events. Do you have the type of man that is looking for a girl to insert some spice into his humdrum existence? Is he looking for a woman that will show him a world he never knew existed? Or does he want to be the cool kid on the block and show you his stomping grounds while you ooh and ah appreciatively? Not quite sure which guy you have? No worries. He’s probably already told you. Is he always inquiring about your life and asking what fun things you’ve done? Or asking where you’d like to go or what you’d like to do next? He’s looking for fun, and he wants you to give it to him. Is he brimming with ideas, always asking you to attend events or go to restaurants with him? Well, you lucky duck, all you have to do is sit back and say yes. Since most of us won’t get that lucky let’s move on to our next step.

What sort of things interest you?

What have you always wanted to do? What type of events have you always wanted to attend? Opera and ballet? Paintball? Gallery openings? Road trips to craft fairs? Even if these are things, you’ve never tried, even if you just saw a picture and thought it looked interesting, write it down! Dream big. Explore all of your interests and what your area holds to encourage them. You aren’t spending your money after all.

Pick conversation creators

It’s just a fact, in the beginning especially if you are new to sugaring, you’re going to be searching for things to talk about with your sugar daddy. The awkward silences will happen. Avoid that by picking activities that stimulate conversation whether you want it to or not. Go to museums, galleries, plays, aquariums, the zoo, fairs, festivals(especially festivals for things neither of you may be interested in. You’d be surprised how fun that is), classes (wine classes are a favorite of mine. You learn more about wine and fine dining which is essential for a sugar baby looking to climb the social ladder and you get to do something fun with your new sugar daddy), or concerts. All of these things help to build memories with your new guy. They also tighten your bond and the tighter your bond, the more lucrative your arrangement.

Let the city be your guide

Most cities want to attract tourists and use the locals to stimulate the economy. To help them do this, they publish lists. “50 Best places to eat” “50 best tourist attractions” “50 best spas”  You get my drift. Use these resources! Just google 50 best and the name of your city. If you live in a metropolitan area

Word of caution

If your sugar daddy is married, you’re going to want to avoid professional sporting events. You can’t control where those cameras land and you don’t want to mess up your money. If he’s an absolute sports nut introduce him to the minor leagues. Bonus points if you tell him it’s more relaxed and a perfect place for him to teach you the game and help you love it the way he does.

That’s it best friend. Let me know what you think and if any or all of these suggestions help you. 

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Witchy 101-Research and practice

As we all know, Witchcraft has a lot of branching paths, things to learn and stuff to try. But we can’t possibly learn everything, not all at once. It is important to take things with a pinch of salt, and apply our own learning experiences to really begin understanding Witchcraft.

-Choose the topics you like; what do you want to work with, learn to do. They are the ones you focus on

-See how you can break topics down into chunks; divide it up into sections and focus on a section at a time until you understand it, then progress to more advanced sections once you feel comfortable. Don’t rush though!

-Mix theory with practice; you’re best to practice as you go as so to see how you feel doing it. This also gives you some flexibility into changes you make to methods and approaches, so it’s comfortable for you. Use everything as a guide, but make sure you make it personal.

-Everyone’s different, so don’t feel like you need to copy someone else to be good enough; if you like your way, then don’t change it.

Ways that you can record and research;

-Books; the staple of Witchcraft. Not everyone’s going to know what books are good or bad, but that’s how you learn. Look up book recommendations, ask around, or just grab a book and try it. If it involves plants, follow safety precautions and be careful with handling, otherwise use information from Witchcraft books as a guide. 

-Collecting items; if you work with physical objects like plants, crystals, candles, etc. Collecting is very useful as part of learning. Experiment and see what you can do with them, because you might discover ways no one else could. 

-Notebooks; pretty self explanatory, and these can be drafted neat into a grimoire if you have one

-Flashdrives; again, self explanatory but these make excellent portable grimoires for the discreet witch

-Photographs; If you are into plants, taking photos of anything you come across is very handy, and they can be stuck into your grimoire or stored on a flashdrive. Remember to name and label them with parts that you can use and always cross reference anything you find with reliable sources

-Field trips; visit as many places as you can, including your local area. Get to know what’s available to you. There’s always a good place for magic outside, but just be safe!

-Online resources; Google is great for answering quick questions, or getting definitions for words. Tumblr as we know is rich in resources created by other Witches. Also be sure to look at Websites, cross reference anything you’re unsure of though!

-The Witchcraft community; there are thousand of us, and we all know something useful and unique, so if you need assistance and opinions, asking us is a great way of learning something that a book never could teach you.

-Mobile apps; there are apps suited to different interests, like tarot references, moon phases, even plant encyclopedias. Explore those and try them out!

anonymous asked:

Seriously, I don't care how angsty tumblr teenagers classify themselves; there are only two genders. Gender is based on what parts you have; eg. a penis or a vagina. Trans people are whatever their current sexual organs make them, so a trans woman is a woman, but "gender non-binary" is complete bull. There are no 76+ genders, tumblrinas.

No, I’m sorry, but that’s incorrect. The correct answer is “the gender binary is a western construction that only appears to be a universal phenomenon due to the affects of European colonialism and imperialism, and, though it is often assigned based on biological traits, gender actually has nothing to do with genitalia or any other physical characteristic.” As a consolation prize, we can offer you free access to a remarkable resource called Google where you can easily learn more about a vast array of subjects; we suggest looking into the sociology of gender.

Writing Resources For School Masterpost

Writing Structure

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  • Effective Presenting

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Tools and Resources

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  • Study Questions

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  • Turn Your Handwriting Into a Font


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Scientific Articles

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Tips and Tricks

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Reading and Books

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Creepy Articles and Stories

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You have your personal emails and school emails all tabbed and clogged on your bookmarks bar. You have two different tumblr accounts you have to switch over on a daily. Your essay’s reference sites are flooding in between your online shopping tabs. You want to separate your academic digital life on Chrome, but you just don’t know how.

Did you know you could by creating a secondary profile?

But why a secondary profile?
Exactly for the reasons above. To separate your personal life from your academic life and limit distractions and peering eyes when you’re at school or in a lecture. Personally I have it because I get to sift through my bookmarks and history better when looking for references before. I also have it to separate my Tumblr accounts.

This also helps me focus better on my stuff because I get to block websites and use the pomodoro method much more efficiently!

Do I need to do this?
No not necessary if you don’t want to! This is just a personal tip I wanted to share to everyone!

So how do I create a new profile?

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anonymous asked:

hI! i'm coming to end of my first year of french at school and i'm looking for something to help me on the side but i'm having trouble finding resources for my level. duolingo is too basic and i'm not far enough to practice reading french books. do you have any suggestions? thanks!

If Duolingo is too basic for you, you should be alright with simpler books (ie: Harry Potter). Here are the pdfs for all 7 books in French: 

  1. Harry Potter à l’École des Sorciers
  2. Harry Potter et la Chambre des Secrets
  3. Harry Potter et le Prisonnier d’Azkaban
  4. Harry Potter et la Coupe de Feu
  5. Harry Potter et l’Ordre du Phénix
  6. Harry Potter et le Prince de Sang-Mêlé
  7. Harry Potter et les Reliques de la Mort

Make tons of vocab lists from the books you read, put them into Memrise, or make them into Anki decks, and practice practice practice!

Read news articles and follow French people on Twitter (Twitter is usually good because tweets are short and generally straight-forward). Youtube is also a good place to go to for listening practice. Here’s a French Youtube masterpost.

To improve your writing skills, make sure you practice writing as much as you can! If you want, you can also post what you write on lang-8, so that native French speakers can help you out with grammar/vocabulary mistakes.