let's make the gay really subtle and not distract from the story line
Just make the opening a little gayer and have Viktor touch Yuri a bunch, but in a teasing flirting way. We don't want to go overboard
Let's just straight up have Viktor ask to be Yuri's lover. That should get everyone on the same page
Make them kiss ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
They're still??? not??? convinced??? After that? Ok, so this time do like a really big dramatic airport scene where they run at each other and Yuri uses the same words as a proposal to ask Viktor to stay with him. But still keep it subtle. We're going For sub-context here to let the audience figure it out.
FUCK IT! FUCK IT! PUT ENGAGEMENT RINGS ON THOSE BOYS! PUT YURI ON A G O D D A M N STRIPPER POLE!!! HAVE YURI HANG ON VIKTOR LIKE A DRUNK KOALA AND HUMP HIM LIKE A DOLPHIN!! SHOW THE EXACT MOMENT VIKTOR FALLS IN LOVE WITH YURI. YURI. AND. VIKTOR. ARE. GAY.
i’m sweating buckets rn bc of the heat and school is starting soon hence stressstressstress so i decided to do the february spread in my bujo! it’s not nearly as pretty as my inspiration from pinterest but it’s k haha.
In honor of my 5th semester in a row of all A’s (hell yeah boiiiii) I’m going to make this post. I don’t know how I did it because I am honestly so lazy.
Grades are reflective of your work ethic and your ability to strategize, not your intelligence.
Be real with yourself. Are you sure you are ready to commit to perfect grades? Are you ready to work, day in and day out, when it sucks and classes are boring and hard? Are you ready to feel satisfied for all of the hard work you put in? If the answer is yes, congratulations. You are on your way to becoming a straight-A student.
Prioritize classes. Not every class requires the same amount of work, and you should find out the hardest classes early on in the semester. These will take the most time, and you will have to spend extra time and effort to get a good grade. When choosing classes, make sure you will be able to handle them. Make sure you will be able to ace all of them, at the same time. That being said, don’t shy away from hard classes. You have to challenge yourself. Take a few AP’s. They are worth it.
Make friends with teachers/professors, especially the ones that teach hard subjects. I am very close with my chemistry professor, and this has proved invaluable because I am able to get free tutoring, as well as a great recommendation letter for college apps.
Have other goals. You need to do something that is not studying to keep you productive. I would highly recommend joining a sports team or club. I exercise (usually running and weightlifting) at least 2 hours a day, usually more. Playing 2 sports made me more healthy, social, and productive. Running calms me down, and weightlifting makes me feel strong. Do whatever makes you feel good, as long as it’s healthy.
Learn to manage time well. How do I play 2 sports, get straight A’s, have a studyblr, and have time to spare? The answer is that I take care of myself well. I go to bed at 10:30 or 11 each night so I can get 7 ish hours of sleep. I do homework during lunch or in class so I don’t do it at home.
Slack off. Yep. I said it. I complete assignments strategically, spending the most time on things worth the most points. Things that will only take a few minutes can occasionally be done in class right before the teacher is collecting homework. I have done this all too often. That being said, small assignments really do add up so make sure you do an acceptable job and turn them in on time.
Turn something in. It is ok to sometimes slack off in quality, but if something is due, you better turn something in. Something is better than nothing. Getting extensions on assignments for no reason will make the teacher think you are lazy, or don’t care about their class. Every single essay and worksheet does not have to be your best work, but make sure you fill the basic assignment requirements, and it should be enough.
Extra. Credit. Some classes don’t offer this, but if they do, just freaking do it man. Knowing you can miss an assignment because you did extra credit earlier is the best feeling, especially when doing that assignment would have meant losing sleep.
Plan (sort of). I have a bullet journal where I write important assignments down. As I said, there are some assignments not worth your time that you can half-ass. The ones I write down are the ones I need to do well. If you write down every. last. assignment. you will burn out and stop planning altogether.
Sometimes, go above and beyond. You know that subject you really like? With an awesome teacher? Spend time on it. Make your project extra beautiful, and read ahead in the textbook. Watch video lectures online, and maybe even make a studyblr post about it. Your extra work might not be turned in for credit, but it will make you feel a whole lot more knowledgeable on the subject. Do this for classes you hate, too. Maybe it’s not as bad as you think it is. The extra effort might allow you to see the beauty in a subject you used to despise.
Be real with yourself (again). This past semester, I had a B+ for a few months in a subject I really love. I wasn’t mad, and I didn’t stress about it, because, honestly? It doesn’t really matter. Eventually I brought the grade up again, but it would be fine to me either way.
So an anon requested a masterpost about a new semester, so I kinda made this… :D also, this is a collab with Chinmay from @studyruels, be sure to check his masterpost about maintaining a routine during the semester here!
To start your semester or school year well, you need to make sure everything is neat and organized.
Clean your room. Clean your desk, bookshelves, wardrobe, wipe the surfaces. Either donate or throw away things that you don’t need. Sort out your books, textbooks, papers, pens… throw away pens that don’t write anymore, put your papers and notes in folders, binders…
Organize your PC files! This is so important and everyone (and I’m no exception ahaha rIP) neglect this. If you work with your computer a lot (and I’m pretty sure most of you do), organize your files into appropriate folders so you can quickly find them. Believe me, it’s awful searching for a document you made a while ago and you forgot where you had saved it. Pro-tip - try to have less things on your desktop, as it slows down your computer ^^
Buy a planner/ set up a bullet journal. Or you can try both of the systems :D I recommend this one because it really comes in handy to see everything you have to do written in front of you. Carry it with you and write down every event, exam date or due date, write your homework, plan out your days and study sessions… plus you can make it pretty too~~ :D you can find out more about setting up a bullet journal here.
Buy your supplies as soon as possible. This one goes with the “clean your room” section - if you have your supplies beforehand, you can organize your room better, find the right place to keep them and so on. Moreover, you don’t have to rush after the semester starts with finding the texbooks, finding a place in your shelves, tidying up you room….
Try to study everyday. Or like almost everyday (it’s good to have some break days in between so you relax). It’s important to revise your material after class, so you don’t have to stress before the exams too much.
Take your own notes. Whether typed or handwritten, find out whatever works best for you, just take some notes please. I guarantee that you will regret it if you don’t.
Read your textbooks and supplementary material the teacher gives you. You don’t have to read those before the class or so, but don’t procrastinate, don’t.. how do you say it.. neglect them, these are really important, too. (and it really comes in handy to take notes from these materials)
Don’t hesitate to ask for help when you need it. Especially when you don’t understand what’s going on in the class. The teachers are there to HELP you to TEACH you, so take advantage of that and ask them when you don’t know ;)
Sleep. sleep sleep sleep don’t be like my classmates who just don’t sleep and make me worry about them just sleep at least six hours. Eight hours is ideal, but at least six pleas (of course, this varies from person to another, so just find what works for you). You don’t have to go to bet extremely early or wake up extremely early, just get some rest.
Drink water. Stay hydrated!!!!
Eat. Do not skip meals. Eat your breakfast. Try to make your own healthy lunch. Eat fruit! Eat cakes and chocolate and ice cream and rice and vegetable soups~ I mean like don’t diet too much, don’t overdo it ^^
Remember that not everything is about studying. Relax, read, surf the internet, spend time with your family and friends.
Best of luck during your new semester/school year/term!!!
Hey, what are your plans for New Year's Eve?
Oh you know, Stay up late, hang out with some friends maybe eat some things I shouldn't and party all night long. You know the umm usual stuff.
What I meant:
I'll be staying up late binge watching all my favorite shows while crying my eyes out. While crying my eyes out watching my favorite shows I'll also be crying with all my internet friends crying about all our favorite ships. Let's not forget stuffing my face with junk food in between my sobs and having a party by my self scrolling through Tumblr. You know my every day life.