A message to those who think running 5K is impossible.
I’ve seen a lot of people in the community
talk about running a 5K like it’s some sort of impossible feat only the fittest
of the fit can achieve and I want to talk about that for a moment.
Here’s what I have to say about it: If you
can walk. You can do it.
I’m not saying you should, or that you’ll
be able to do it right away or that it’s some sort of obligation. No.
All I’m saying is, you can.
There’s a phrase I love that goes “It
always seems impossible until it’s done” and it can be applied to running your
It might seem like an impossible feat right
now. Something you can only dream of because “not everyone is cut out to be a
runner” and you’re one of those people who would only run to save their own
Well, let me tell you something… you’ve probably
already walked 5 kilometers.
Are you a mall rat? You’d be surprised how
much you can walk just by going from store to store. Download a step counter if
you don’t believe me.
Have you visited and explored a new city?
Chances are you walked way more than 5 kilometers.
Do you have a dog that enjoys long walks?
Your pooch has probably made you walk 5K already.
Do you play Pokémon GO? Guess what? You’ve definitely walked 5K because that’s what
it takes to hatch a yellow egg. And maybe you’ve even walked 10K!
Isn’t that amazing?
“It’s different” You say. “I as walking. I
was taking my time”
Fair enough, let me ask you something…
What makes you think you can’t do that when
running a 5K?
I promise you this. Unless it’s an
obstacle course or one of those zombie runs (which are fun as hell) no one is
going to chase you. No one is going to hurry you and make you run faster than
you want to run.
In fact, no one’s going to make you run.
You can walk if you want.
You can stop, take a break, get up again
and keep walking.
The goal for most people isn’t to get there
before everyone else. The goal for most people is just to finish the race and,
dammit, you can finish it.
I know it because you’ve already done it, and
you can do it again.
Beautifly are famous for the brightly coloured wings and riding the spring wind to search for pollen. Attracting them is easy as they are drawn to most potted plants however it is not always the best idea as Beautifly also has an aggressive nature especially if disturbed while pollen collecting.
Dustox are instinctively drawn light and are often seen in large swarms in the city. This causes problem as in their search for food, they will strip the roadside trees of their leaves. As both a offensive and defensive strategy it’s wings are coated in a toxic dust which it can send at the foe by flapping its wings violently.
I keep seeing Mimikkyu all over my dash and I want to protect them all so I’m making a headcanon post cause I love them and the posts keep making me sad and -
Headcanon that the little guy evolves when shown enough love and affection and doesn’t feel the need to hide under the disguise anymore. That’s all. I want there to be a brilliant moment when it feels safe and secure and loved. (Like for all I care, nothing happens in the evolution other than taking off the disguise)
Unless they like wearing it cause it makes them feel nice, cause you do you, little guy, I ain’t taking that away from you.
(And I will gush at all the fanart I’ve seen of Mimikkyu dressing up as different pokemon because that’s also adorable)
But if it’s purely for affection from trainers I want it to get the support it needs.
…I’m sorry, I’ve grown attached to the little guy.
Alrighty, here we go! So lately I’ve been getting asks about what constitutes a good trade or what can make a trade better. I’m not an expert on Wonder Trade, but I have traded A LOT and I’ve been involved with @wondertag for a long time, since its inception (although I was not a mod there in the very beginning). I’m a BIG fan of wonderwashing and trying to make Wonder Trade a better place!
That being said, I know there are already guides to wonder trading out there, and you should check out @tinytheursaring‘s guides when you get a chance. I’ll probably cover a lot of stuff other people have already touched upon, but that’s okay I think. Anyway, let’s start with the basics.