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The signs as Studyblr things

Aries: Motivational quotes & texts

Taurus: Comfy and aesthetically pleasing looking study spaces & libraries

Gemini: Huge and complicated mind-maps

Cancer: Pretty school supplies

Leo: Elegant & ornate headings

Virgo: 100 days of productivity

Libra: Study snacks & rewards

Scorpio: Study playlists

Sagittarius: Non-study related pictures next to study pictures

Capricorn: Study references & tips

Aquarius: little flashcards that seem to contain more information than a text book

Pisces: The very cute and very pretty little decoration in bullet journals

“Frozen Baby” Case

Véronique Courjault is a french woman who was convicted in 2009 to eight years in prison for three infanticide.

In July 2006, in Seoul (South Korea), her husband, Jean-Louis Courjault, discovers two dead babies in the family freezer when Véronique was on vacation in France. The DNA tests authenticate newborns as the couple’s children.

One month later, back to France with his wife, the couple gives a press conference to conteste the DNA results. 

In October 2006, after new DNA tests made by the French authorities, Véronique Courjault finally confessed 3 infanticides. Two when she was living in Seoul (2002 & 2003) and one in 1999 when she was still living in France. 

In June 2009, Véronique Courjault is convicted to eight years in prison for the three infanticide. In 2010, Justice decides the conditional release accompanied by a prohibition to communicate with the press. She spent 4 years in prison.

Jean-Louis Courjault, who has always claimed that he never knew about the pregnancies, was charged for complicity of murder before a dismissal was finally pronounced.

Véronique Courjault, who is a mother of 2 children, is now free and still live with her husband in France. 


Okay, I know its not Christmas anymore, but one of my biggest stress relief fidget toys broke and there is a replacement that USED TO BE cheap on Amazon, not to mention that I REALLY WANT to start saving up for a fursuit or mascot head, but I don’t have the money for it, so I’ll be taking commissions for $5 to $10, at around this quality or slightly better.

I can do human busts, basic intestine gore, furries, CUSTOM CHARACTERS, animals, and if it isn’t on this list, if you’re willing to pay a little more I WILL TRY IT. I can do fanart too. If you want me to try a different style, if you’re willing to pay more, I can do that.

I can only take payment in emailed Amazon gift cards tho. Shouldnt be too hard. Just Dm me with any questions or a request to commission and if it works out I’ll do thale art and you send an amazon giftcard to animatronic.doof@gmail.com

I’m a poor bisexual transboy with anxiety who really needs to replace his primary on hand, easily transportable stress toy and really wants to get into fursuiting eith AT LEAST a head, so help me save AND practice doing badges by commissioning me please?

Mascot costumes, and by extension, fursuits, make me feel safe and GREATLY destress me, as I’m a former mascot performer with formal/professional mascot training, if you seriously need an explanation LOL.


(If it does cost you money or you would get in trouble or for any other reason CAN’T, im sorry and this doesn’t apply to you, but maybe link it to someone who can boost?)

Hey, it’s Blake. The person who runs this blog. Even though i post a lot on this blog about social issues, I don’t really make a lot of my own posts. I don’t know why, but I feel like there’s something I need to say.

I’m disabled. I have scoliosis and cerebral palsy, and even though I’ve lived with these things my whole life, for the past year or so, internalized ableism and fear of not being respected have really started to cave in on me in a way, and I’ve come to realize something: there is little to no representation of disabled people in art and media.

Did you know that 19 percent of the American population, otherwise known as 56.7 million people identified themselves as having a disability, with about half of those people calling it severe? Of course, that might not sound like much but add it all up and it equals around 1 billion people worldwide. But when is the last time anyone has seen a show where a disabled person was actually played by a disabled actor, or listened to a disabled musician, or read a book by a disabled person that wasn’t sold as an “inspirational” sob story?

Granted, it’s not like disabled people haven’t shown up in the media before, but a lot of times when they are people “don’t see them as being disabled”. The list of disabled musicians who have made an impact on the world include Kurt Cobain, Yo-Yo Ma, and John Lydon (scoliosis), Blaine Harrison of Mystery Jets and country singer Hank Williams (Spina bifida), blues singer Django Reinhardt (severe physical injury) and prog rock musician Robert Wyatt (paraplegia). We can have our representation taken away from us when able-bodied people don’t want to face the idea of disability.

The more actual representation disabled people have, the fewer young kids will grow up feeling like they can’t do what they want to do with their lives, and that they can’t measure up to the rest of society. The more representation we have, the more people everywhere will get to experience art and music from new perspectives. You wanna help fight ableism? Help us find heroes and role models in our community. #NotYourInspiration

≧✯◡✯≦  I’m making a masterpost of my favorite posts which I’m deciding to share with you all. ☜(*▽*)☞ BOLDS ARE FAVES 

** This took me a great deal of time to make, so I hope you all truly find this very helpful. I would love to hear some feedback for you all. I’ve tagged each original poster.  (ALPHABETICAL ORDER) as well.  Enjoy xoxo **

001; Essays-

002; Exams-

003; Food-

004; Handwriting-

005; Note-Taking-


006; Organization-

007; Procrastination-

008; Reading-

009; Self-Care-

010; Studying-


011; Tips-

Today marks my first year as part of the studyblr community so I thought I’d make a post about making a studyblr….makes sense?

What is a Studyblr?
It’s a blog about studying! Study + Tumblr = studyblr. 
Basically it’s a blog to motivate, encourage you to study, to help you learn new methods and to access resources and help from other studyblrs!

Why Make a Studyblr?
There are so many reasons! Here’s a few:

  • a massive student support system
  • new organisation methods
  • learn how to take nice notes!!
  • make new friends with similar interests
  • get help when you’re struggling
  • get motivated to study
  • become more focused 
  • achieve goals!!
  • lots of free printables
  • learn to learn anything
  • tips everywhere
  • masterposts on anything and everything
  • ~aesthetic~

There’s a few popular things in the community and to save you from having to ask what they are here’s a list:

Screensavers/Tab Pages/Apps


Bullet Journals

100 Days of Productivity
100 Days of Productivity is a really good initiative were you post your study picture, (or whatever you want I guess!) and tag it with 100 Days of Productivity. 

What to post?
Literally anything to do with studying, academics etc! For example:

  • Study Pictures (also knows as #studyspo)
  • Study Guides
  • Study Tips
  • Resources for topics, subjects etc.

What to Tag Your Posts With:

  • studyblr
  • studyspo
  • studybls individual tracked tags: for example mine is elkstudies. Most studyblrs that have a tag have theirs listed in their bio!
  • subject you’re studying
  • stationery

Tips for Getting Started:

  • Get Involved !!!
  • Talk to others
  • Encourage others
  • Make your own posts!

Other Study Medias:

*Other Posts

A reminder that
  • bisexual boys who have a girlfriend are still part of the LGBT+ community
  • bisexual boys who’ve never kissed a boy before are still part of the LGBT+ community
  • bisexual boys who are more attracted to girls than to boys are still part of the LGBT+ community
  • bisexual boys who’ve never had a boyfriend/girlfriend before are still part of the LGBT+ community
  • bisexuals are part of the LGBT+ community

I used to be the Queen of Procrastination, but there’s reason + ways I’ve overcome my problem. 

  • Do assignments when they’re given to you. Easy said than done, right? Wrong! It’s such a simple process, that a lot of us make such a big deal out of, just because we are lazy. When a teacher assigns work, do it that day. If it doesn’t require a lot of steps such as an essay, then you have no excuse to not finish it when it’s given to you.

- side note: I do my work as soon as I get home. I can’t study in a library because it’s too quiet for me. Honestly I’m able to get all of my work done in my room, on my bed. If you have enough discipline, you can keep yourself from trying to fall asleep. If you honestly can’t do this, then instead of heading back to your room, stay on campus and go to the library after class, or find a cafe. 

  • Get your priorities straight. You’re in school and there to get a better education so you can help make a difference in this world with efficient knowledge. Especially if you’re in college, why waste money when you’re not even going to do your work? These are the questions you seriously need to start asking yourself.
  • Your GPA only affects YOU. I know a lot of people say a GPA doesn’t define their worth, but in college…it does. We need to stop looking at everything with roses in our face. If you were so set out on not caring about your GPA, then you shouldn’t be in school in the first place. This life is very challenging and someone’s always going to outshine you. Procrastinating on work, is like procrastinating on life. You’re showing that you’re okay with someone showing you up.
  • Stop making excuses. You have NO excuse for not having work done. Unless you have a death in the family, seriously get injured, or having a form of disability that counteracts with your learning…you need to stop letting yourself down. I know a lot of people who suffer from serious anxiety and other situations, but still get their work done. I don’t want to hear your excuse & your teacher might not care tbh. 

- side note: breaking this habit early will definitely help you improve in the future. Procrastination can spread to your field of work also, and that’s when you’ll get fired from your job. Building discipline is very essential.

  • Nipping procrastination in the bud gives you more free-time. Have you had to cancel plans because you decided to do your work last minute? Well guess what, you’re stopping yourself from being able to also enjoy life. If you get your work done now, you can play later.
  • Write out your goals. Put your goals in your face, I have mine on a chalk board in my room. Write down what you want to achieve in life/school. When you physically see your goals, it will motivate you more. 
  • Work with a study group. I always stress having a study group in my posts because it honestly is what helped me the most. Have some friends, and work together. Literally, your whole perspective on work will change if the group is effective and you’ll all actually doing work.
  • Get off of Tumblr. Stop trying to focus your attention on social media, and other distractions. If you start allowing yourself to actually focus, you’ll enjoy doing your work more.

- side note: You’ll realize your grades will start to improve. Good grades help us strive even further in doing our work on time. I’m always ready to turn work in and find out my grade. This concept has helped me get over my severe laziness. 

I hope these tips help you all, and remember…continue being STUDIOUS! feel free to message me anytime for more advice and helpful tips!! - xoxo Domi :*


Fandom + Aesthetic: Annie Edison (Community)

[Thank you to @catty-words for the idea]