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31 Day Journal Challenge
  • Welcome to my journal challenge, you can interpret these is any way you like. Feel free to submit your journal challenge pages to my blog and I'll post them, I'd love to see how creative you guys get with these!
  • OR tag them with #liljournalchallenge
  • Have fun!!
  • 1: The last song you listened to
  • 2: Doodle your happy place, real or fantasy
  • 3: Today's weather
  • 4: The things you ate and drank today
  • 5: Dear ____, I love you because...
  • 6: Colours
  • 7: What kept you awake last night
  • 8: Write down a secret that no one else knows, then do something to the page to make it unreadable
  • 9: Doodle and write down the contents of your wallet/purse/handbag/backpack
  • 10: Quote of the day
  • 11: Your sexuality
  • 12: A collage
  • 13: What are you worried/stressed about
  • 14: The great outdoors
  • 15: Your favourite poem
  • 16: Ink/black & white
  • 17: Reasons to smile
  • 18: Sketch some tattoo ideas for yourself
  • 19: Write a letter to someone you used to love
  • 20: Space
  • 21: The song stuck in your head
  • 22: Books to read
  • 23: Flowers
  • 24: Your mood-board
  • 25: Doodle your favourite animals
  • 26: Bucket list
  • 27: a e s t h e t i c
  • 28: Your Hogwarts house
  • 29: Survival guide
  • 30: Current season
  • 31: Favourite phrases in other languages
  • Please don't make any edits or changes to this post. Thanks.
I hate the feeling when you have to say goodbye to someone you want to spend every minute with.

i failed the days of productivity challenge

okay guys so yeah, I failed this challenge. school is consuming my life at the moment and posting everyday isnt a choice, I really want to apologize because I started this blog to share stuff with you guys, but its being pretty hard to do it. so, i’ll stick to posting original things as much as I can, but i’ll focus on reblogging yours. so, if you want me to reblog your post, just use the tag #yangstudies and i’ll make sure to check it out. 

love you all x

studygram: yangstudies

🎧 chained to the rhythm - katy perry

Hi everyone! I was inspired by @engorgio-study February study challenge to come up with a March version of my own. Feel free to post to the prompts of the day (and you don’t need to do all of them if you don’t have the time)!

  1. what do you want to achieve this month?
  2. favourite time of day to study
  3. favourite book/book series
  4. your desk
  5. #studyblrsgetreal
  6. sciences or humanities?
  7. library
  8. your notes
  9. favourite font
  10. handwriting
  11. future goals
  12. favourite quote
  13. best school memory
  14. blue or black ink?
  15. stationery store of choice
  16. music or silence?
  17. everything in your pencil case, aesthetic or not
  18. favourite productivity apps
  19. ultimate study break?
  20. poetry
  21. one 2017 study resolution
  22. favourite soundtrack
  23. what’s in your backpack?
  24. one exciting thing you did today
  25. favourite study youtube channel
  26. one hidden study tip
  27. favourite book you’ve studied for school
  28. coffee, tea or hot chocolate?
  29. bookshelf
  30. good study website recs
  31. what did you achieve this month?

Tag your posts with #marchstudychallenge and I’ll reblog ones I like! It would help heaps of you reblogged so more people could try! xx

Bubble Bath with Negan

For Ash’s 2k writing challenge! As you can probably guess by the title, I chose the bubble bath prompt. I hope you all enjoy reading it, and let me know what you think! Also, I’m not sure why on some, the “keep reading” thing isn’t visible. So if you can’t see it, just go to my blog. The full post is there. 😉

Summary: Negan has been stressed out lately, so you decide to give him a night of relaxation… ;)

Warnings: NSFW, Smut, Swearing, Unprotected Sex.

Characters: Negan & You

Words: 1977

Originally posted by negandarylsatisfaction

Living at the sanctuary was usually great. Most everyone here got along pretty well, with the exception of a few ungrateful workers. As one of Negan’s wives, you had no right to complain. Life was pretty much as great as it could be, given the circumstances. Negan and the Saviors had found you in the woods one day, half out of your mind and very sick. They brought you back, gave you a place to stay, food, medicine, and well, exactly what it’s called. They gave you a sanctuary.

Keep reading

Hi everyone! I’ve had this blog for a little over a year now, and it has made such a huge difference! I remember feeling overwhelmed when I made this blog, so I thought I would make a little welcome-to-the-community guide for those of you who are looking to make a study blog of your own.

the basics

  • Why start a study blog (aka studyblr) in the first place? Because you want to be motivated to do better in school, want to find new ideas, or just because you like pretty stationery. There are a ton of good reasons to start one, so go for it!
  • What do I have to do to be a studyblr? Make a blog and follow some other study blogs. That’s pretty much it. There are no GPA requirements, supply lists, or complicated rules. 

how to start a blog

  • You can either start a whole new blog (make a new account), make a side blog, or start posting study tips from your current blog. It all depends on your personal preference and how much you use the blog you have now.
  • Your url is an important part of your blog because it lets people know what you’ll be posting about. Your name + studies is a common url to see, but you can get more creative if you choose!
  • I suggest avoiding tumblr default themes and instead finding one you like from @theme-hunter. If you don’t have any experience with coding, you can pick up the basics you need to install a theme from Youtube. 
  • After you have your blog all set up, make a post introducing yourself. Include a little bit about yourself like your name, grade level, major (if you have one), interests, and tag your favorite blogs so that they can help get the word out about you!

connecting with the community

  • Message/send asks introducing yourself to other blogs. It’s easy and it works, study bloggers are usually really friendly and welcoming!
  • Enter blog of the month or blog awards to get your name out there.
  • Send random asks, just because. It makes people smile!

creating original posts

  • You don’t have to make your own posts, but it helps to get your name out there and it’s nice to be able to share your own study tips.
  • For pictures, try posting your notes, study setup, or favorite supplies. Good lighting and editing with an app like VSCOcam will make them more appealing and get more notes.
  • Making masterposts is my favorite way to create content. Think of any topic that you know about or would like to learn about, and write out a post of resources or tips. 
  • Canva is a great free site for making graphics
  • Tag your posts with relevant tags like #studyblr #studyspo, as well as the urls of different blogs as people will usually reblog posts they have been tagged in. 

making your blog work for you

  • Above all, having a study blog is about improving your study habits.
  • Create a good tagging system so that you can find posts later. It should be simple and easy to remember (this post would go under #masterpost #new studyblr #tips for me).
  • Find a study buddy or group to keep you motivated
  • Reblog only things that you find inspiring, regardless of how you think your blog should look.
  • Start the 100 days of productivity challenge to stay accountable
  • Install a site blocker so that you can log off and focus!

Welcome to the community! I hope that you find it as beneficial as I have, and I look forward to meeting some new faces!

anonymous asked:

Hi!! I was wondering if you had any advice for a newbie studyblr / bullet journalist ?

Hello there, lovely anon!! ♥ I actually joined the studyblr community pretty recently (just this month!) so I hope I can answer your question well /// !! Since I’m pretty new, there’s still quite a bit I have yet to learn myself! 


➸ advice for a new studyblr

Don’t be afraid to just start. 

  • Honestly! There’s no need to feel insecure about your posts, spreads, handwriting, picture quality, stationary - everyone in the studyblr community is so sweet and positive and helpful I begin to feel spoiled. I hope you do to!
  • Don’t feel self conscious about anything. You’re beautiful, wonderful, and perfect just the way you are. There is no better you than you!
  • Stop comparing your posts and blog to other people’s. There’s a lot for you to learn, and it won’t all come immediately. Notes, followers - it takes time. 

Reach out to other studyblrs!! 

  • Say hi, send asks, make friends! Make comments on other’s posts, send compliments or help where you can. Just being active in the community can help you get attention but also give you a wonderful time. A studyblr is to help you grow, and this is a great way to keep you motivated in doing so.
  • Along the same line, try to find ways to interact with your followers!

Tags, Tags, Tags! 

  • A lot of studyblrs will track a tag and will often reblog your content if you tag your original posts with it! You can find out what tag to put by checking out a studyblr’s page (for example, I track #studyfeather). You can make a list for yourself if that helps! (: But try not to be too overwhelming or overuse it. Maybe switch up which tracked tags you use from post to post. 
  • Make a tag for you to track! It would make sense that if you’re using tracked tags to make one for yourself to spread the love. 
  • Have a tag that is specific to your original content (mine is #featherpost)!!! It will make it nice and easy for those who come across your blog to find what you’re posting about. Having original content helps others have more interest in your blog!
  • A lot of what you are reblogging can serve as a resource for yourself. I like to reblog posts that inspire me, or have spreads I might try, masterposts, etc. If its important for you to find what you’re reblogging for later, make a tag system for yourself. For example, heres @ / studypetals’ tags page or @ / studyquill’s navigation page if you need any ideas. This is a great idea if other people begin using your blog as a resource as well. 

Take advantage of all the information you see. 

  • There are so many posts that address procrastination, time management, stress, note taking, school - anything at all - that is made available to you. It’s one thing to see the information, but it’s another to make use of it. (And don’t be afraid to share your knowledge either!) You can even make posts about trying out different advice if that helps motivate you to try something out.

Make an introductory post!

  • Help others get to know you better by putting together an introductory post! It’s never too late to make one, so don’t worry about making one if your blog has been up for a bit.
  • From what I’ve discovered, introductory posts tend to have the following information (not every one has ALL of this, it’s up to you what you’d like to add): name, age, school year, why you started a studyblr, your classes, some of your favorite studyblrs, other blogs you have (and other sites you’re on), any anything else you’d like to say/add. 
  • If you use tracked tags or tag studyblrs you love, it can help get your blog noticed! (:

Post original content!

  • I touched on this earlier, but this is so important. One of the best ways for your studyblr to succeed is posting your own work and sharing it to the community. You never know how many people will love it, be inspired by it, follow you from it, or contact you because of it.
  • Be fairly consistent in posting original content. I try to post at least once a week even though I’m pretty busy. It helps motivate me to keep my bujo and studyblr going! You can try out the 100 days of productivity or some studyblrs put together monthly study challenges you can keep up with. As an example, here’s a May Study Challenge I might try out!
  • In posting original content, make sure you link information you’re referencing to help others that much more!

Queue your posts!!

  • A great way to keep your blog active is to queue your posts. I have my posts queued at 10 each day and try to keep at least 20 posts in my queue at all times, in case a couple of busy days keep me from adding more. Some people unfollow inactive blogs - and this can be a way to prevent it. 
  • The only thing I don’t queue are original posts and asks, but it’s up to you if you decide to use the queue system or not!

➸ advice for a new bullet journalist

Real quick!! I would advise taking a look at the bullet journal’s official website to help understand the basics of bullet journaling. 

  • It’s designed to be quick and customizable way for you to keep information and tasks organized. A great way to make use of this (that I’ve found) is to make a key for each of your logs. You can see my key here. You can also search tumblr for bujo keys to see what others have come up with. If you do want to make a key, make it so that it works for you!  It can be as simple or detailed as you want, with or without signifiers, etc. If you don’t like this system, that’s just fine!

Discover different journal options and where to find them.

  • There is no set journal to use, however there are popular choices among the studyblr community: Moleskine, Leuchtturm1917, and Muji journals - but it is NOT limited to these. Working with a regular notebook works just fine as well! 
  • It’s one thing to find and purchase something online - but I like being able to find what I’m looking for in person. It saves shipping + handling costs, and I get to it immediately. And, sometimes, they can be cheaper too! I found my moleskine journal I’ve been using at Barnes and Noble, and have also seen Leuchtturm1917 journals at my school’s book store. (The temptation is real every time I walk past OTL) 

Your bullet journal is for you, so let’s make it that way.

  • A big part of having a studyblr is to help yourself in becoming more productive in learning and improving a lifestyle (or this may just be how I see it). So! There is no set format for you to use a bullet journal. It’s up to you to figure out what works best for you.
  • You can take inspiration from other people’s post to help experiment with different spreads and layouts. (Be sure to credit/tag if you do! Just to be safe.) 
  • You can find out different things that you can add to your bujo! Habit trackers, daily/weekly/monthly/yearly spreads, lists of things to keep track of (books to read, tv shows and episodes to watch, shopping/wish lists, bucket list, etc), anything you’re interested in. Depending on your interests and areas you wan’t to use a bujo to help you with, this can vary. If you want, you can test out different ideas to see if you like it or not. It will take time to find what you like, so don’t stress about it in the beginning. You’re just starting, after all!
  • There is always something for you to do, it’s just a matter of finding out what that is. If you need any help of finding something to do, feel free to message me! (As long as you don’t mind me asking a bunch of questions haha.)

Don’t be afraid to use pencil first when making your spreads.

  • Me being me, trusted myself to use pen right off the bat. Boy, do I regret that XD It got to the point where I purchased an erasable pen but I’m finding nothing can beat pencil before pen. But before you erase the pencil - make sure the pen has dried. I can’t stress this enough. I’ve gotten impatient multiple times and go ahead to erase, and instantly wished I hadn’t. You can try to find pens that prevent this from happening, but waiting is the best alternative. Something you can do is make a spread at night, and wait to erase when you wake up in the morning. You can keep your bujo open to the page you worked on for it to dry better.

You don’t need any fancy or expensive stationary.

  • Seeing the pastel highlighters, wide variety of pens and miscellaneous tools it’s easy to think you need to have it all but … you don’t have to have any of it. Especially if you are low on funds, don’t worry about getting anything new. Just work with what you have! I have been using pens I’ve owned for years and have hardly touched to see what I can do with them and am pleasantly surprised! I have a bunch of supplies that I have gotten for school that haven’t been used that I plan on finally putting to use. 
  • Your basic school supplies with notebooks, highlighters, pens and pencils, post it notes, can take you as far as you wish!

Having a difficult time coming up with a spread? Here’s some ideas! 

  • Try out different hand written fonts. This can include headers/titles and subheaders/subtitles. Try headers, banners, and dividers too! Here’s some different ideas: x | x | x | x
  • Give your spread a theme. Disney, movie, music, history, art, cartoon shows, books - anything at all! This can help with finding art to fill in blank spaces to give your spread some more interest. Here’s a post with a bunch of ideas you could use.
  • Colors! Try out different color combinations! Being an art student, I’m overly conscious of colors. They can help set a mood, evoke certain emotion, some colors work best with others (be smart when using complimentary colors), etc. Here’s a site that covers basic color theory. But … this is me being nerdy. This can take quite a bit of thought - but you honestly don’t have to (: !! It’s best if you stick to one or two colors within a page not to overwhelm what others are seeing, especially if you’re wanting to keep things minimal. If you want me to go deeper into this, and talk more about contrast and whatnot … I can make a separate post as not to clutter this one ♥
  • Make goals for yourself! This can be included in a habit tracker, but doesn’t need to be. They can be as small as going on a 20 minute walk each day during this week, being sure to stay hydrated, doing something with a family member or friend, completing or starting a big project or assignment, etc. 
  • Find some quotes and add them! Here’s some quote masterposts I’ve come across: x | x | x | x

When taking pictures, be conscious of lighting.

  • The best kind of lighting is natural lighting. Taking pictures outside (or inside) during the day will help your image quality! I know before I said picture quality doesn’t matter much, but this can be a simple and easy way to help improve your posts. 
  • If natural lighting isn’t helping you the way you want, you can take a look at different apps with photo editing capabilities or filters. I have a horrible app finding ability, and just use Photoshop (you can get PS CS2 for free here) or Clip Studio Paint to edit my photos. My favorite tool to use is the tone curve. However you can see this post to look at other options, like apps (it also links to other posts you can look at)!

Have a good time!

  • Honestly, I feel this is what it boils down to. As long as you are enjoying what you’re doing and continue to have a passion for studyblr related content, you’ll succeed. Don’t stress about it and take one post at a time.

I’ll start putting together a post of how I started my studyblr in case that may help as well! Thank you for asking, anon! Hopefully this helps, and that I was able to cover everything! T o T Sorry I kinda went on a bit of a tangent in some areas.

anonymous asked:

So, who is your fav character to draw?

The Master and the Cockatoo

Okay, I had an idea and I just wanted to share it with you. Here we go: 

So I love taking photos. And I love discovering new places in Germany because, frankly, I haven’t seen enough of it. How about we did some kind of photography challenge? The idea is we’d give you a theme… for instance: favorite coffee shop, favorite place to read, beautiful buildings, streets etc etc etc etc. And you’d go out and take photos of things in your area and post them on your blog with a specific hashtag. 

Anyone interested in doing that? 

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Fatal Error belongs to @xedramon / @fatal-error-blog, Cross belongs to @jakei95 and the contest belongs to @utroleplay with the monthly challenge.

Challenge: http://darktail221.tumblr.com/post/160067840253/maytalerror-challenge

I didn’t start on day one! I know. ono I didn’t know what to do… So instead… I started on day 2. “ How would Fatal react to Cross and his recent transformation? (See Underverse 0.3)”

He would maybe see him as another glitch? He fits in so well. lol

This post is a “what if” along with the challenge based on this post: https://fatal-error-blog.tumblr.com/post/147720344775/a-bit-of-a-follow-up-from-this-thing-that-happened because I couldn’t help myself.

So not only would Cross fit in as a glitch, Fatal wouldn’t even recognize him nor know him to even pick him out. cB

Big news - we’re quickly approaching the first Myan Ship Week! 

So, what is a ship week?

  • A ship week is a week-long period that celebrates a particular pairing and/or dynamic between the week’s subjects. This is usually done by offering daily themes for fans to base their art, stories, and other media around. 
  • Everyone is allowed and encouraged to participate, and there is no ‘wrong’ way to show your appreciation for the pairing. You aren’t even required to make your entries romantic in nature - how you want to celebrate the week is totally up to you!
  • Even though there’s a schedule, sometimes life gets in the way. If you can only complete one or a few entries, or the entries come in a few days late, they’re still welcome!

Details for participating:

The Tag: #myan week 2017
The Dates: Sunday, July 16th - Saturday, July 22nd

Themes for the Week:

  • Sunday, 7/16 - First (first date, first meeting, first of anything!)
  • Monday, 7/17 - Adventure au
  • Tuesday, 7/18 - Fantasy au
  • Wednesday, 7/19 - Minecraft/Mincecraft Kings au
  • Thursday, 7/20 - Science Fiction au
  • Friday, 7/21 - GTA/Fake AH Crew au
  • Saturday, 7/22 - Romance/NSFW

I will be tracking the #myan week 2017 tag, and will be reblogging all the posts I see onto this blog! If you post certain things on other sites, such as AO3, please make a mirror tumblr post or send me a message so I can include it on this blog, so everyone can see all the wonderful content we make during this week!

If you have any comments or questions, just send me a message, or open a chat with me. Thanks for everyone who voted on the themes for this challenge (and thanks to @madgar for providing the banner here and on the blog!) 

Gymternet Positivity Challenge

I was given the wonderful idea to create a challenge to spread a little more love and positivity around the gymternet. Hopefully this will encourage us all to appreciate the friends and community we have here on tumblr, share some of our favorite things, and take some time for ourselves.

Day 1: Favorite Gymnastics Blogs

Day 2: Favorite/Most Underrated Blogs

Day 3: Go back in your archive and reblog 5 posts from your first month (or two) as a gymnastics blog

Day 4: Name one of the first blogs you followed. If you are friends with them, send them a loving message! If you aren’t friends with them, send them a loving message!

Day 5: Post your favorite inspirational quote

Day 6: Pick a few of your gymternet friends and post something positive about them or why you like them

Day 7: Favorite Gymnasts from your own country

Day 8: Favorite Gymnasts Overall

Day 9: Choose a blog you don’t necessarily care for and send them an anonymous, nice message

Day 10: Pick your least favorite Big 4 country and name a few gymnasts or routines you like of theirs 

Day 11: Favorite Coach(es) 

Day 12: Find a poem that makes you feel happy and/or peaceful and share it

Day 13: Name a gymnastics moment/routine that made you cry (or at least very emotional) and post the video if available

Day 14: List 5 gymnasts you dislike and post one genuine, nice thing you like about each of them

Day 15: Favorite gymnastics memory, and what makes it special to you

Day 16: Share 3 things you don’t like about yourself and decide what you can do to make yourself feel better about those things (I dare you to ask for help if you don’t think you can change your mindset)

Day 17: Share 5 things you like about yourself or things that you are good at. Now come up with at least 1 or 2 ideas on how you can use these things to make other people’s lives better.

Day 18: Go to one of your followers that you’ve never interacted with and ask them what a couple of their favorite gymnastics routines are

Day 19: Tell us about one of your proudest accomplishments

Day 20: Go somewhere peaceful and take at least 10 minutes to just sit and be quiet (no phones allowed). Share a picture of where you went, if you are able to.


BONUS: June 23rd is now officially GYMTERNET SELFIE DAY!! So post a photo of your beautiful self so we can all bask in the glory of it.

Tumblr Kindness Challenge

Ok, so my son is in a Great Kindness Challenge at his school, which is a challenge to do 12 acts of kindness towards friends and strangers. So after seeing all the appalling hate and making some posts here and here about the hate…. I got inspired to try a new approach. I know that there is only so much that we can do on here, but as I said before: Words are powerful and can build a person up on tear them down. A kind act goes a long way, even if it’s a small message saying how loved the person is. We can all make a difference, if we try. 

Reach out to someone when they seem down

Send love (on or off anon) to several blogs

Send compliments to a writer or artist that you admire

If someone has a Buy Me A Coffee button, then buy them a coffee

Write a post saying kind things about a blogger

Write a fic or draw a picture for someone if they need cheering up 

Make new friends 

Help promote new blogs 

Offer to beta for someone

Thank someone who has helped you

If someone wrote a fic for you, show your thanks. 

If someone is feeling discouraged, help encourage them 

I challenge all of us to be kind. To make a difference. 

I can’t wait for the day until there is no distance between us.

I know it’s March 15, 2017, which means you’re probably not interested in starting a romance novel reading challenge, but in the hopes that you are because you can’t stop, won’t stop reading when you should be doing other things, like me… I made a thing. 

This is romance novel bingo. I tried to make the categories very broad so that you can participate easily. I haven’t thought of a prize yet (largely because I have four followers at the moment-hi, lovelies-so I’m not sure any one is even going to participate.). However, should you decide to participate, please let me know and definitely post your reviews and/or progress on your blogs so I can follow along! 

This probably means we need a hashtag so let’s go with… #MarchIntoRomanceRC. 

I hope you all enjoy! I’ll make weekly updates with my progress and I will not count anything prior to today, which sucks because The Wall of Winnipeg and Me was very long (and also very good!). Anyway, please let me know if y’all decide to join. I’m probably going to obnoxiously reblog this every day for the next two weeks, sorry in advance! 

- J

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1/100 Days of Productivity ; Day 1 of 30 Studyblr Challenge ; Small Studyblr June Challenge: Study Space

This is my lovely desk that I work at, usually. I love to be able to sit in front of the windows because it keeps the space from feeling cramped and claustrophobic, which is very important to me when I study. 

I am hoping to try and post more original content on my Studyblr since I mostly just reblog things. This is almost entirely due to my lack of time and motivation, two things I am trying to tackle more efficiently so fingers crossed!

#Getting Back On Track

So today I’m starting a new challenge, the #getting back on track challenge. I basically designed this challenge because I need a way to force myself of getting back into the habit of studying and taking uni seriously. I’ve been letting it slide for too long and now I have seven weeks of chemistry and biology lectures to catch up on and the UMAT to study for.

So here’s what the rules are:

·       the challenge starts today and goes until I feel like sitting down a studying for a couple of hours every day comes naturally and habitually to me

·       Every day I post a photo and a list of what I have achieved that day

·       I also post the things I plan to achieve the next day

Feel free to join me in this challenge if you want too and wish me luck.

Writing Challenge #4

Thank you to those who participated last time! If I still haven’t reblogged your entry for last months prompt, please send me the link to it.

The prompt, as well as additional info, will be posted here on the blog. The writing piece is due on the last Friday of that same month.

All entries need to based on the prompt given that month, but you can interpret them how you see fit.

This is open to all fandoms/ships/brotps/characters/etc, as well as oc’s and original works, but please be mindful of the rules to the blog.

Tag your post with #veraspromptchallenge in the first five (5) tags!

June’s Prompt of the Month: Rain
Due: June 30th