hug a tree a day

the gangsey as bad stock photos and their descriptions:

gansey: “Young student man becomes hysterical from studying. Office worker overworked at work. Mad student sitting at the table and throws the piece of paper and prevents to lead a lesson. Bad day.”

ronan: “Farmer is working on the organic farm with dairy cows and holding big milk container pot. Model is a real farm worker!”

adam: “Motivated and determined businessman”

noah: “ghost child”

blue: “Pretty young woman hugging a tree on a summers day”

henry: “The schoolboy plays a laptop in a computer game“

+bonus gangsey: “Children Smiling Happiness Friendship Celebration”

+bonus aglionby academy: “Mature teacher giving private lessons to a teenage boy”

Tom Holland

Originally posted by petesparkes

It had been some amazing 3 years of dating Tom and you both were very happy. As every couple you’ve had your own ups and downs, but you two always have found a way to work it out. Even with his busy work life Tom has still always found time for you and your relationship. If you needed to talk things over he would push his work aside and talk to you. Even when you didn’t ask him to do any of that. Moments like those just proved how serous he was about you and being with you. 

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- he was born a garden fairy

- spends most of his day roaming around and tending plants 

- gets emotional at the sight of wilting flowers 

- loves meeting dogs and petting their fur if he watches over the greenery at parks 

- Seungkwan usually works really hard, so when he’s too tired to use his wings to get somewhere, he’ll ride on a person’s shoulder

- scolds people for stepping over fresh flowers even though they can’t see him

- personally visits humans’ gardens to tend to their plants if they’re away for a long time

- hates weed plants with a passion

- always attempts to pull them out, but he’s too small

- hugs flowers and trees to help them grow healthy 

- on rainy days, he uses fallen leaves or petals to prevent himself from getting wet 

- doesn’t like getting near birds because they sometimes mistake him for food 

- also protects the butterflies from the birds in case they get eaten 

- gets the biggest twig he can hold to drive the birds away 

- loves swimming in piles of leaves during the fall

- he uses big leaves as a boat if there’s a puddle that’s too big and wide to fly across 

- personally dislikes to fly in humid or rainy weather so he travels by using leaves (as boats) or people’s shoulders

- sits on tall blades of grass when he takes breaks to take in the breeze 

Originally posted by strawberryboo


Oh sweet child of the Fall

how the cold air paints

in golds and reds to hide it all

but colour always fades.

Santa’s Little Gift (Batboys Headcannons)

Reqeusted By Anon- Headcanon of the batboys with their s/o telling them they’re pregnant on Christmas?


@batboysaf @xeranoplium


  • He looks at you in utter surprise because hes going to be a father..again and not to a demon spawn
  • You tell him by getting out of bed early and letting him wake up to a postive pregnancy test on christmas day.
  • This kid will not stop telling everyone at your Christmas Party.
  • He laughs because you both know Damian is going to be pissed.
  • Is already asking alfred to make a tiny robin outfit.


  • You wake him up on christmas morning and throw the test at him.
  • He panics because he thinks he wont be a good father 
  • He also panics because he thinks your daughter or son will find out how many people he hurt but you assure him that she/he wont.
  • Jason telling Roy and Kori right away and them screaming because they are going to be a aunt and uncle. 
  • Roy also screaming with Jason because he decided he is going to be the godfather
  • You tape the test to one of his guns.


  • You tell him on christmas eve at midnight while he is putting the star on the christmas tree.
  • As he is putting the star up you go behind him and say “Thats not the only little star we have in this house anymore.” 
  • He figures out right away when he sees the pregnancy test on the tree 
  • He hugs the living day lights out of you.
  • He cant help but think of how great of a mother you will be.


  • Christmas Day for Tim is a fun day overall but him finding out your pregnant just made it 100 times better
  • He knows how stressful it might be but he lets you stay home instead of going to the waynes christmas party
  • You tell him by putting it on a tray for breakfast in bed you made him that morning 


  • Did someone say panic? idk but damian did i can tell you that.
  • He freaks the fuck out because he didnt really watch bruce parent well.
  • You get scared because you think Damian is going to train him and make him grow up just like he did.
  • He tells you that he will be a good dad and try everything.
  • Its the best christmas present he could ever ask for.

woah wtf my headcannons are getting super shitty?? im sorry i could redo this lol

5 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me Before I Started University

I’m 25. I graduated from uni two years ago and I’m in that awkward phase of life where I’m trying to figure out my next steps. Though I graduated with a great GPA in a respected program that included one year of work experience, I’m still pretty lost. When I look back on my college years I can’t help but feel like there were things I could have done differently, so I compiled this (very subjective) list.

Disclaimer: This list is based solely on the personal experience of someone who is at home and on the internet at 1 pm on a Tuesday. I’m also not wearing any pants.

1. Don’t put grades first

This one is tricky. Yes, grades are important. Especially if you want to get into grad school/ med school/ law school etc. But you should never sacrifice opportunities to boost your CV or professional networks in order to maintain a perfect GPA. I passed on plenty of extra-curricular gigs because I felt like I couldn’t handle the responsibility and gets A’s at the same time. Now that I’ve graduated, no one gives two shits what my GPA was. They want to see volunteer work, internships, club memberships, research assistant positions, school radio/tv/magazine contributions. Not to mention, networking opportunities abound in university in ways they never do in the real world. Being in university is like being a member of this exclusive club full of really smart people who are all doing very cool things. Use your time on campus wisely. If there’s a professor whose work you really admire, ask her to sit down for an informational interview and have her tell you about her career path. You can even ask her if she could use help in any way. Don’t be afraid to reach out to professors, they are real people and though they are super busy they are usually open to mentoring promising and hard-working students. Trust me, getting an A is not enough to make a professor remember you come grad school application time when you’re scrambling for reference letters. 

To sum up: in uni I divided my time between studying and waitressing and now that I’ve graduated I’m a waitress. What you do outside of class matters. A lot. 

2. Be weird

University is hella weird you guys. There are prayer circles and protests and people smoking hookahs everywhere and guys doing tantric yoga in short shorts in the middle of the day and people hugging trees and doing tai chi in the park and building 30 feet tall installation art pieces made out of Tim Horton’s cups in the cafeteria. It is awesome. Don’t get stuck in the high school mentality of trying to fit in and look cool. Get weird. It’s the biggest cliche in the world but TRY NEW THINGS. Attend meetings and rallies and join, join, join. I missed frosh my freshman year because I thought it would be lame. I lived off campus right away because I thought dorms would be gross. I didn’t try out for any sports because I didn’t play sports in high school and didn’t want to get laughed at. Basically I missed out for fear of embarrassing myself without realizing that college is this amazing bubble where everyone is embarrassing themselves all the time and it’s not only okay it’s actually the coolest thing ever. University is a petri dish, so experiment.

3. Write it down

I cannot emphasize this one enough, especially for aspiring writers. You will have enough weird, awkward, gross, hilarious, devastating, goosebumpy moments in college to write the next coming-of-age-Lena-Dunham-esque-so-cringe-it-hurts novel ten times over. It will be called “Queefing and Laughing” and you will make millions. But you will also be really high like 75% of the time so you have got to write this shit down.

4. Go to the gym

No, seriously. When you graduate and you’re paying for rent and electricity and groceries and internet and cable and your cellphone and a bus pass and your diet no longer consists of ramen and cigarettes and your metabolism screeches to a grinding halt you will look back at those days when you had free access to a world class exercise facility the likes of which you definitely can’t afford anymore and you will kick yourself for not taking advantage. University is the time to make mistakes and be an idiot, but it’s also a great time to start forming good habits. Like squatting. And flossing. And actually while we’re on the topic of flossing if your university has a dental plan USE THAT SHIT. Read the fine print of your tuition and find out what you’re paying for and tap into that glorious well of free healthcare. I found out in my FINAL SEMESTER that I could have been getting free birth control for 4 years. I don’t even want to do the maths on that. Go see the counsellors. Do free yoga. Get your teeth cleaned. The last one is especially important, in your 20s dental care drops really far down on your list of priorities landing somewhere between “learning to bake” and “buying a new shower curtain”.

5. Talk to everyone

Universities are often huge and intimidating. Your first time in a 300 person lecture theatre can be a really nausea-inducing experience, especially if you suffer from any kind of social anxiety/ low self-esteem (and like really, this is tumblr so, you do). The idea of just walking up to some stranger and making conversation may make you queasy but just do it. Don’t dismiss that really obnoxious chic in the front row who asks a million zillion questions. Find her after class and have coffee. Don’t ignore that quiet guy in the back who always spends ½ an hour after class asking the professor for further explanation. Those people are dedicated and in a few years when you’re trolling Linkedin in your pyjamas and it’s been so long since you got a response to a job application that you’re actually starting to contemplate whether or not there exists a wormhole in the ceiling above your computer that is sucking in your CV and cover letters and sending them to a 4th dimension where no jobs exist, you might stumble across that guy’s profile and he might just be working somewhere pretty rad and he might just remember you when you email him and you just might get an in. This sounds far-fetched but trust, sending your CVs out into the void with no response for months on end is a soul crushing experiment in growing up and you will be milking your contacts for all they’re worth. The bigger your network, the less awful job hunting is. And university is the best networking opportunity there is. So go on, say hi.


Happy Earth Day!

Did you hug a tree today? How about dance with one? These adorable baby Groot cookies were made for Funko to celebrate the release of their Dancing Groot Funko Pop! Aren’t they just too precious?

I bake geeky goodies- Now I want to Open a Fandom Bakery. But I need your help. Please support the Nerdache Cake’s Bakery Kickstarter! Only 33 Days left!

Happy Earth Day, everyone! Go hug some trees and leave nature cleaner than you found it. Enjoy the fresh air and celebrate the victories nature has won over the years. Be mindful of the precious, awe-inspiring wild and let that propel you to keep our wilderness just that: wild and sacred.