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Hold Me in this Winter Weather (1/1)

Summary: Killian Jones just can’t seem to warm up. The solution? Professional cuddling in the arms of a David Nolan: handsome farmer and winter enthusiast. 

Romantic Captain Charming, Rated G, 3k words. (Ao3)

For @phiralovesloki, because her birthday was last week and because she deserves a little bit of winter cuddles, no? You requested this some time ago, but I wanted to do it right for you! I hope you love it just as much as I love you!

Special thanks (and my eternal appreciation) to @hencethebravery, aka Queen of the Trashcan, for the excellent beta job AND for making the gorgeous edit seen above. If you want to check out any of her CC fics, you can find them in her CC tag here!

The story of how Killian found the idea was actually rather dull compared to other tales he had hidden up his sleeves. It went like this: man sits at his computer after a very frigid, winter day at the docks. Man cannot seem to warm up, even after the usual reliable methods of heavy fleece blanket, two pairs of wool socks, and a mug of coffee had been attempted. Perhaps out of curiosity, but most probably out of boredom and a bit of desperation, he opens his internet browser and unashamedly types out “Fast ways to get warmer.”  

Spoiler alert: going to a professional cuddler was actually not the first suggestion that appeared on the screen, and it certainly wasn’t the first thing he tried. Turned out, a hot shower did the trick, an idea he came up with himself thank you very much. But Killian was a man of learning, and how could he not read up on the transfer of body heat once it was suggested to him by some hipster blog. Not just any transfer of body heat. Professional cuddling.

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anonymous asked:

Hi Melissa-san! Would it be too much to ask you to share your japanese studying schedule? Like on what days, how long, how often you study. What material you cover each day or your study everything at once? I tried to search it, but I failed. I just want some more inspiration. Also could you pls show us you working space? (if it's too much, I understand)

Heya!

I apologize for such a late response; I’ve been busy. At this time, I’ve been in the process of changing my schedule to fit my current situation. I mentioned a while back that my mom is starting a school, so I’ve been interior designing, website designing, logo designing, etc. I’ve had to set blocks of time to get things done, including studying Japanese. I study Monday-Saturday for four hours per day, but I don’t study all at once.

I don’t know if you caught this awesome post yesterday, but my schedule is quite similar to this layout. My studying hours are broken up into what I will refer to as Japanese Part I and Japanese Part II, and if it’s Monday, there is Japanese Part III Bonus Study Group Session. But, all of these are two hour sessions with short breaks. I have one study session from 2:30-4:30 and another one from 9:00-11:00 (though this one changes from time to time). Additionally, I have daily goals of what I want to study and weekly goals for where I want to be. For now my weekly goals have been more focused on listening to longer segments of audio and reading longer more challenging things because I know from N4 that’s what I really need to work on. It’s important to have goals, so you have something to aim for. Fluency as a goal really isn’t enough; it’s very vague. Instead, it’s best to have mini goals–the little goals and small victories that will help you to achieve the big overall goal of becoming fluent in Japanese. This will help you track your progress, too.

I calculated that I have roughly about 580 hours starting from yesterday to study properly for the N3, so to me, it’s important to make the most of each of those hours. I don’t want to waste time doing something that won’t help me, and I want to learn actively, so in all of the things I do, I try to incorporate speaking, listening, and writing. If I’m listening to something, I try to repeat what they say, if I get something corrected that I wrote, I put it in Anki and speak it from memory, so I do a lot of interactive things like this.

Sometimes, if I have some downtime, I may pull an item out of my block of time and do it earlier in the day. I usually write at any time of the day or I do flashcards when I’m taking a break from work. So, I find that keeping my schedule solid yet flexible is working for me because that’s less stuff I have to do and more time to get things done outside of Japanese. Below, is my schedule for the week.

Goal of the Week: Finish Tobira L6 and watch an hour long show without subtitles

Monday

Part I
N3 Flashcards - 40 minutes
Kanji Flashcards - 20 minutes
Sentence Flashcards - 30 minutes
Listening (Tobira L6 Yomimono Audio) - 30 minutes

Part II
Grammar (Tobira L6) - 45 minutes
Reading (Tobira L6 Yomimono) - 30 minutes
Speaking Practice - 30 minutes
Listening (JapanesePod101 - Meeting the New Neighbors) - 30 minutes

Tuesday

Part I
N3 Flashcards - 40 minutes
Kanji Flashcards - 20 minutes (input new kanji)
Sentence Flashcards - 30 minutes
Reading (NHK News Article) - 30 minutes

Part II
Grammar Review (Tobira L6) - 30 minutes
Reading (Tobira Kaiwa 1 & 2) - 30 minutes
Speaking Practice - 30 minutes
Tobira L6 Video - 30 minutes

Wednesday

Part I
N3 Flashcards - 40 minutes
Kanji Flashcards - 20 minutes
Sentence Flashcards - 30 minutes
Reading (Bible for Children) - 30 minutes

Part II
Grammar Review (Tobira L6) - 20 minutes
Reading (Yomino, Kaiwa 1-2) - 30 minutes
Speaking Practice - 30 minutes
Tobira L6 Video - 15 minutes
Listening (JapanesePod101) - 15 minutes

Thursday

Part I
N3 Flashcards - 40 minutes
Kanji Flashcards - 20 minutes
Sentence Flashcards - 30 minutes
Listening - 30 minutes

Part II
Grammar Review (Tobira L6) - 20 minutes
Reading (NHK Article) - 30 minutes
Speaking - 30 minutes
Watch a Drama (Umareru) - 30 minutes

Friday
Part I
N3 Flashcards - 40 minutes
Kanji Flashcards - 20 minutes
Sentence Flashcards - 30 minutes
Speaking - 30 minutes

Part II
Tobira Grammar Exercises - 30 minutes
Reading (NHK Article) - 30 minutes
Watch a Drama (Umareru) - 1 hr 30 minutes

Saturday - 2 hrs.
Sentence Flashcards - 30 minutes
Speaking - 30 minutes

Reading - 30 minutes
Listening - 30 minutes

I hope this will help you in making out a good study schedule for yourself.

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E2: Week 5-8 Project Production Summary & Reflection

In Carlo’s class, we have been doing the project production in the past four weeks. Project production is characterized by complex sets of steps that must be performed in a particular order within the given period and within the estimated expenditure. 

In this project, we were learning how to get a design done through listing every step logically. We were required to choose five applications for creating a process diagram instead of designing. I have chosen the poster design, interior design, website design, menu design and tv advertisement as my five applications. We also needed to add the timeline for each step and the process diagram can be any size and layout. In my process diagram, I have used the purple-red color as my color theme as it represents the color of Barkers delight. For the layout, I just listed the steps vertically because I found that making an infographic is too complicated for this process, especially I have a lot of texts

After asking my initial layout’s feedback, people said that the reading order was the main issue. Because of the horizontal lines, it guided people to read the wrong order. Also, the hierarchy wasn’t strong enough. They suggested me to get rid of the timeline in the bottom since the date for each step is clear enough. 

This is my final process diagram.

In this four-week class, this project taught me how to manage the work by listing the time and step for each project.