organizing your closet

1. Neosporin is really good for stretch marks.  (for people who dislike them but always know that there’s nothing wrong with having stretchmarks!)
2.  Clean rooms bring good energy. Open your blinds and turn some music on a get to work. You will feel great!
3. The first thing you should drink in the morning is water, nothing else. Try to drink three cups throughout the day. It not only helps you lose weight but clears your skin.
4.  Sometimes you just have to read certain shit and not respond, not everybody deserves to hear your answers.
5.  Face masks are great. Find whichever kind you think you’ll like best and put it on after you take a shower and just chill in bed.
6. Too much coconut oil clogs your pores. Use it wisely.
7.  Going to bed at a decent time is cool. Don’t let your phone distract you, the earlier the sleep the more energy you’ll have the next.  More sleep = more motivation to get your work done. just do it.
8.  Naps are good and sometimes it’s okay to not do that one page of homework and call it quits to get rest.
9.  If you hate just plain water and you can’t stand drinking it put lemons and other fruits in it.
10.  Water with lemon cleans your system out nicely and makes you urine more.
11.  Eight tracks is a good app for new music and playlist. If you haven’t used it try it. Music always makes things better.
12.  Keep your private life to yourself or else you will have to face other people’s ugly comments.
13. Try to read at least 5 books this year or more, especially if you don’t like reading. Reading benefits you in many ways, you will be proud.
14. If you have the time to get chores or homework done then do it, don’t tell yourself you’ll do it later. 
15. Invest in good bath products, soaps and bath bombs and bath oils. they will do your skin wonders.
16. Invest in good hair products too, make sure you buy things for your hair type. 
17. If you want to have sex then have sex and do you, forget the comments. Bring your own condoms if you must.
18. Be friends with who you want to be friends with. You don’t have to be friend everybody.
19. Always stick up for yourself, but if you are wrong and you are being told so, take time to think and accept it.
20. Keep an extra pair of panties, pads/tampons, chapstick and headphones on you just in case.
21. Cranberry juice, yogurt, pineapples, apple juice and just natural sweet things in general.. eat it. I hope you catch my drift.
22. Mens shaving cream works better than woman’s, it makes you skin softer and hair stays gone longer.
23. Men’s razors provide a closer shave. Invest in them.
24. Buying lingerie or pretty undergarments in general will make you feel so much more confident.
25. Sometimes it’s good to just listen to people talk and let them talk for the sake of you not arguing and loosing brain cells.
26. Everybody should take a bath a few times out of the week or months. Baths open your pores and yes showers are cool but baths are A1.
27.  Always put on lotion after you finish bathing too. You want your skin nice and smooth at all times.
28. Save your money. as soon as you get it the first thing you shouldn’t buy is food. buy things that will last and benefit you.
29. Mind your own business. Who cares about what the next person is doing? Just do you. 
30. Organize your closet.
31. Always be nice to people who are always nice to you.
32. Compliment other people. It’s good to uplift anybody. If you think somebody’s shoes are cute just tell them.
33. Treat yourself to pasta and something nice to drink on Friday nights after a long week. Pasta makes everything better.
34. Just learn to love yourself and who you are as a person.
35. You have a right to feel whatever emotion you feel, don’t judge your emotions.
36. If you are sensitive and people bash you for it, don’t listen to their ignorant words. Sensitive people are usually emphatic.
37. Make a grocery list before you go shopping regardless of how lazy you are.
38. Take walks. If you feel bad and need to breathe, plug in your headphones and walk. They clear your mind.
39. Keep a journal and write in it whenever you feel as if you have nobody to speak to. It’s a good way to get rid of things inside.
40. If you’re confident and you think you are the shit then you keep doing that. Or fake it till you make it.
41. Embrace insults. If somebody calls you a name turn around and flip it. People hate to see you unbothered.
42. Try to use natural/organic and cruelty free skincare/haircare products. Limit nasty chemicals, it’s good for both you and the environment.
—  Tips on how to feel better and look better by @contourkits
Dean’s Flannel

Originally posted by demondetoxmanual

Summary: Flannel is a standard in the hunting world but it slowly becomes something more for Dean and the reader…

Pairing: Dean x reader

Word Count: 1,300ish

Warnings: language, implied smut

A/N: Written for @thing-you-do-with-that-thing ‘s Favorite Things Challenge. My prompt was “Flannel”…


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Head cannon that in Tims tiny amount of free time, he doesn’t know what to do with himself, so instead of relaxing, he does weird stuff. Por ejemplo:
Kon: How was your day off?
Tim: I taught myself morse code. Also I learned how to read Roman numerals. And I organized your half of the closet by color. And I discovered I fit in the fridge.

Fun & productive stuff to do in summer

Hii! I’m sorry for not posting frequently but I’m back, so I see many have just started their summer break so, it’s for all of them.
1) reading books 📚 - you can have fun with books, there is no limit to reading and you can enjoy the joy of reading.
2) writing letters - you can write letters to our family and friends or to our future self or to a person you inspire or love .
3)do science experiments - you can do science experiments from internet, text book etc.
4) find an interesting historical event and write a essay or timeline about that event.
5) organize your study space, closet, room and get rid of unnecessary stuff.
6) pursue a hobby -start to paint, draw or anything you find interesting
7) do your summer homework - do it now, so you have the rest of the holidays to relax.
*📝 *= don’t procrastinate like me and keep everything for the last day, it is really harmful.
🎉blog of the day - @kankenstudies 🎉
💖Other blogs l like - @biolcgy @translucent-student @studyfulltime
@studypetals @studypride @hayley-studies
@einstetic @eintsein @scholasticus-medicinae @peachsstudy @sprouht-studies
@studylustre @studykouffee @peachi-study
@athenastudying
I’ll do part -3 soon….
Bye guys 🍋

Seeing as a lot of people are going to be off school for the summer, I figured I’d compile a list of some things you can do to stay productive while not in school! Feel free to reblog and add your ideas, I’d love to hear them!

1. Water your plants

2. Make your bed

3. Organize your books

4. Organize your stationery 

5. Organize your ever-growing pen collection 

6. Organize your closet 

7. Re-organize the art or posters on your walls

8. Organize literally anything - it’s always a good use of time and keeps your mind clear

9. Make pre-cooked or pre-prepared meals so that it’s easier for you to eat healthy whenever you can

10. Schedule your checkup at the doctor that I KNOW you’ve been putting off

11. Practice your hobby

12. Learn a new skill (knitting, crocheting, or any kind of crafting are great because you get to actually make something)

13. Clean under your furniture 

14. Wash your bedclothes and pillowcases 

15. Dust the top of the things you can’t see over (I promise there’s more dust than you think)

16. Create a budge 

17. Make files for all of your important documents and keep them in an easy to access place 

18. Pay your bills (i know it sucks)

19. Apply online at a few places if you don’t  already have a job 

20. Start a planner or bullet journal if you don’t use yet

21. Write everything you’ve been storing in your phone calendar into your planner/bujo (writing things down makes you less likely to forget them)

22. Make a list of important phone numbers to keep in your bag for emergencies 

23. Read a book (or two, or three…)

24. Give yourself a break for a bit and try meditation! It clears your mind and is easy to learn, plus it’s shown to help treat depression, anxiety, and all sorts of things

25. Clean out your fridge or pantry because we both know there’s probably some stuff hiding in there way past it’s “best before” date 

The boys trying on thier S.O’s clothes and then getting caught, por favor?

This ask could’ve gone in so many different directions. I hope you enjoy it!

Korekiyo Shinguuji

  • You walk into your room to go get your scarf because man it is cold out
  • You stop when you see Shinguuji standing in front of your mirror
  • He freezes and you can see him look at you through the mirror
  • You notice that rather than the usual bandages on his hands, he’s wearing your gloves
  • When you question him, he goes into a great long speech about how the frigid weather would have a chance to render his hands utterly-
  • He just needs your gloves, basically.
  • You question why he’s wearing your gloves though
  • …He only has the bandages.
  • He lost his gloves.
  • He needed something because he really hates the cold-
  • You kiss him on the cheek
  • It’s fine, you tell him
  • After you two go out and he gives you the gloves back
  • He notes that it felt like you were holding his hands the whole time
  • You let him keep them.

Rantarou Amami

  • You walk in and your room is a mess
  • Your clothes are spread out everywhere
  • There are some shirts you haven’t seen in years out in the open
  • And there’s your boyfriend standing in the middle of this tornado of clothes
  • Wearing your favorite shirt and jeans
  • You ask him what he’s doing
  • He tells you in the most subtly annoyed voice you’ve ever heard from him
  • “I’ve seen you wear the same eight shirts since we’ve met when I know you have more”
  • You ask him why he’s wearing your shirt, though
  • He said that he was trying to organize your closet with the best outfits possible
  • But why is he wearing your shirt though
  • He needed to see how they looked on a person
  • And he’s decided: You two are going shopping
  • He drags you out the door while still wearing your clothes

Kokichi Ouma

  • You work very hard and often come home late
  • You’re absolutely exhausted
  • But you became very much awake very quickly when you see Ouma sleepily welcome you home
  • In one of your button up shirts
  • It’s a little big on him so the sleeves nearly end at his fingertips
  • And you can barely see the edge of his bright red underwear under the hem
  • You ask him what he’s doing in your shirt
  • He tells you, while he’s still only half-conscious, that he wears your clothes when he can’t sleep next to you
  • Of course, that’s a lie, he adds
  • But from the way he curls up next to you that night, you can tell he was telling the truth

Shuuichi Saihara

  • You come home from getting groceries one day to see your boyfriend wearing your school uniform
  • He even took your kneesocks
  • He’s blushing as he tells you that he just wanted to know what wearing a skirt felt like
  • And you come to the realization
  • He looks great in your uniform
  • Maybe even better than you
  • His voice and his stupid beautiful eyelashes don’t help matters
  • He notices the grin you have on your face and the blush fades
  • Because he is now very much regretting trying on your uniform
  • You take him by the hand and start dragging him to your room
  • He’s trying on all the clothes

Kaito Momota

  • He has a good excuse for wearing your jacket, he swears
  • You put on his all the time so why not try on yours for a change?
  • You giggle at the uncomfortable look on his face because the sleeves are too short on him and he can’t close it
  • Then he looks you in the eye and bluntly tells you:
  • This is the crappiest thing he’s ever worn.
  • His t-shirt is sturdier than this thing.
  • You give him a shrug that tells him “They’re all like that”
  • He sighs and tries to shove his hands in the pockets
  • He can only get up to his knuckles into them
  • He looks at you with such pity at the realization that girl pockets suck
  • No wonder you keep taking his jacket!
  • He comes home the next day with good jackets
  • That will keep you warm
  • With actual pockets

Kiibo

  • You find him wearing that one over-sized hoodie you own
  • You know, the one you wear when comfort is the absolute priority
  • It’s just big enough to cover his body armor and he looks really huggable right now
  • His face is blushing bright red over the fact that he’s been caught
  • Before you could even ask him what he’s doing in your hoodie, he blurts out his explanation
  • He just wanted to know what it was like to wear clothes
  • Once he finishes, he looks even more embarrassed
  • So embarrassed that he tries to hide his face with your hoodie
  • You can’t help but hug him
  • If he wanted to wear clothes so badly, he could have just asked!
  • He says that he was too ashamed to buy clothes while not owning any…
  • You give him the hoodie

Gonta Gokuhara

  • Gonta found that one really cute shirt with the bee on it
  • He loves it but, by god, is it small on him
  • How did he even get his arms through the sleeves?
  • You can’t help but laugh
  • He starts laughing too
  • But the second he does, your shirt kind of explodes
  • Gonta is very sorry

Ryouma Hoshi

  • It kind of started with a comment about his height
  • At the time he had just rolled his eyes and said “I’m not that short”
  • But a few days later, you came into your room to see him standing in front of your mirror
  • For a second you think that he’s wearing a dress
  • Then you realize that he’s wearing one of your shirts
  • He looks over to you with a straight face
  • “Okay, I’ll admit it. I’m short.”
  • And you tell him that it looks good on him?
  • He appreciates the thought
  • But he still has to shop in the kid’s section
  • Now occasionally he’ll walk around the house wearing nothing but one of your shirts
Score for me- William Nylander

So this is just a real short (386 words) imagine with William Nylander. There’s not anything to really warn you about (I don’t think) it’s just kinda cute… could probably write a second part if someone wanted.


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“Babe!” I heard Willy call from the bedroom.

“Yeah?” I answered.

“Can you come here for a second?” He asked.

“Yeah.” I answered.

I walked back to the bedroom and saw him standing there in his dress shirt, half naked. The white shirt hung open on his frame and his grey underwear was tight against his skin like usual.

“Are you getting dressed or did I walk in on a strip tease practice?” I joked.

He smirked a little then got serious again.

“I want to wear my gray suit but I can’t find the pants to that so I decided to wear my navy one but I can’t find that jacket.” He told me.

I laughed a little. Leave it to him to lose his suits and not lay the one he wanted out the night before.

“Maybe if you organized your closet you wouldn’t have this problem?” I questioned.

He rolled his eyes as I walked past him and into his closet. I found is grey dress pants in two seconds, laying on a shelf. I grappled them and walked out.

“They were folded on the shelf.” I said handing his pants to him.

He smiled and wrapped an arm around my waist. I smiled up at him.

“What would I ever do without you?” He asked.

I shrugged.

“Probably wear mismatched suits.” I teased.

He laughed a little then gave me a look. THE LOOK to be exact.

I kissed him for a second then pulled away. He held on to my hand not letting me escape completely. We didn’t have time for our playful bedroom escapades at the moment. He had a game to get to and the whole city of Toronto counting on him.

“No, come back!” He whined.

I smiled and he gave a frustrated groan and pleading look.

“Score me a goal and you can get another kiss.” I told him.

“What if I don’t get a goal?” He questioned.

“Then you don’t get a kiss.” I teased.

He acted like he had been shot and I giggled. I stepped backwards slowly,

“Score for me, baby.” I winked before leaving the bedroom.

We both knew he’d score tonight. Both on and off the ice.

Home sweet home

Pairing: Crowley x Reader

Words: 588

Requested by anon: “could you do a fluffy domestic crowley one? maybe with them cooking together or rearranging furniture or smth?”

A/N: I’m sorry for any mistakes, my native language is not English.

Warning: none.


It was the big day. Both for you and for Crowley. You had finally decided to move in Hell with him. You loved Crowley and after your wedding, you hesitated to move in with him down stair. Hell was terrifying and you were sure that demons hated you. But, Crowley was more and more busy and you were seeing him very few lately. You missed him and you knew that he was exhausted to work with incompetent demons and the constant Winchesters problem. You wanted to be by his side to support him. You wanted to be there when he was in his office, you wanted to reassure him, telling him that everything would be alright.

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Basic self care

So I’ve had a really rough past couple of days, and it inspired me to make this post on the basics of how to care for yourself when you’re feeling really down and maybe not able to do much. Some of the things on this list are more involved than others, so it’s best to start with the simplest task if you’re feeling really down. Do what you can.

  • Get yourself a glass of water and drink the whole thing.
  • Eat something. Eat whatever you’re craving. If all you can eat today is chocolate ice cream, then eat that chocolate ice cream.
  • Make your bed.
  • Clean your room. Just pick up a few things off of the floor if that’s all you can do.
  • Take a shower. If that means just standing in your shower and letting some warm water hit you for a minute because that’s all you’re capable of, then that’s okay. If doing the full shabang is what’s going to make you feel better, then take all the time you need.
  • Brush your teeth.
  • At the very least, take your makeup off. If you don’t wear makeup, pat your face with a warm (or cool, whichever makes you feel better) cloth. You’re probably going to feel worse when you wake up tomorrow breaking out because you didn’t wash your face.
  • If you wake up breaking out from the stress, remember that everyone breaks out sometimes. It’s fine.
  • Cry for as long as you need to. Scream into a pillow.
  • Get up and walk around. Walk around the mall, walk around your neighborhood, just walk up and down your stairs if that’s all you can do. My mom suffered from depression after she found out she had cancer, and she swore by walking up and down the stairs.
  • If you’ve been holed up in your room for more than two or three days, try going out. Sometimes getting dressed and going somewhere can really help you to feel better, and if you end up really not enjoying it, you can always go home.
  • Make a meal for yourself. Actually cook something nice. If all you can do is make a little bit of rice, that’s fine. But if you feel up to it, making yourself something nice can really calm you down.
  • Organize something. Your desk, your makeup, your closet. Organize it however you want.
  • Listen to your favorite music. The 1975′s newest album has saved me these past couple of days.

Feel free to add anything that helps you or anything that I forgot. We’re all here to help each other.

90 fashion tips
  1. Smile — we are all occasional victims of BRF, but there’s no need for it to be chronic.
  2. Wear it in black.
  3. Large, dark sunglasses are always chic (just never wear them inside).
  4. Denim is always in style.
  5. Find a tailor and visit her often.
  6. Do not splurge on trends (ever).
  7. Nude pumps are always a good idea.
  8. Loud, oversized logos are not okay after age 18.
  9. Don’t charge clothing to a credit card.
  10. Invest in a nice blazer.
  11. Show skin strategically.
  12. Wear colorful accessories.
  13. Take a skin, hair, and nails vitamin every day.
  14. Avoid ruching.
  15. Do not underestimate the power of a fashion scarf.
  16. Buy your size.
  17. Don’t shop with a friend. You will inevitably purchase something you don’t like.
  18. Always have a lint roller.
  19. Wear the right undergarments.
  20. If you don’t like it, don’t wear it.
  21. Embrace your personal style.
  22. Don’t buy something just because it’s on sale.
  23. Pack emergency flats.
  24. Don’t dress for men. Just… don’t.
  25. Before you leave the house in white — do a light check. See-through stinks.
  26. Layer your accessories.
  27. Buy a nice pair of riding boots, you will wear them forever.
  28. Don’t criticize yourself. You’re a hot chick.
  29. Sundresses with pockets are the best kind of sundresses.
  30. Mix prints.
  31. Leopard print flats, buy some.
  32. Add an element of surprise to every outfit (even if it’s lacy undies).
  33. Polyester is a cruel mistress, avoid her if you can.
  34. Pair loose clothes with tight ones for a balanced look.
  35. Never wear loungewear to the airport.
  36. Own a killer LBD.
  37. Don’t be afraid of bold patterns.
  38. Get out of your fashion rut and try something new for a change.
  39. Dress for your body, not your age.
  40. Great coats are always in style.
  41. WWKMW — “What would Kate Middleton wear?”
  42. Check your backside before you head outside.
  43. Special events are no time for something new — wear what you know looks good.
  44. Own plenty of crisp white tees.
  45. Mix your girliest pieces with your most casual pieces for a great look.
  46. Cuff your boyfriend jeans and wear them with pumps.
  47. When in doubt, buy denim smaller — it will stretch.
  48. There is no excuse for pajamas outside.
  49. Leggings will never be pants.
  50. Buy fun tights (but they should always be mostly black).
  51. Go see a cobbler — make your favorite shoes last.
  52. Black bathing suits hide a multitude of sins.
  53. Dress in color themes, don’t worry about matching perfectly.
  54. Confidence is the best accessory.
  55. Jazz up an outfit with red lipstick.
  56. When it doubt, overdress.
  57. Don’t wear jeans to a wedding — even if it is “casual”.
  58. Speaking of jeans — they should always be dark wash.
  59. Layering is your friend.
  60. Clean out your closet every year.
  61. Double sided tape can save a girl’s dignity.
  62. If you feel uncomfortable in the morning, you will feel uncomfortable all day. Change.
  63. There’s no excuse for not owning an iron.
  64. Tide To Go pens (just saying).
  65. Get your white button down shirts starched for an extra polished look.
  66. Uggs are not for grown women.
  67. Invest in a good wallet.
  68. Know what neckline looks best on you.
  69. Shorts can be sneaky buggers, skirts are always a safer option.
  70. Get your pencil skirts tailored for an knock ‘em dead fit.
  71. Go easy on the sparkle — less is more.
  72. You can be comfortable without resorting to pajamas or hoodies.
  73. Know your measurments.
  74. Organize your closet.
  75. Pick your outfits the night before.
  76. Don’t feel compelled to listen to your mother — get your own style. Let her have hers.
  77. Don’t wear anything too flashy on a first date.
  78. Good posture will make any outfit look better.
  79. Only wear heels your can walk in comfortably.
  80. Strapless is a very unforgiving neckline, choose wisely.
  81. It’s okay to skip a trend (even if “everyone” is wearing it).
  82. Know when it’s time to throw something out.
  83. Dress for the weather, colds are never cute.
  84. Learn from your fashion mistakes, don’t wallow in them.
  85. Only buy one special occasion dress per year.
  86. Don’t buy something just for the label.
  87. Don’t let your insecurities rule your shopping decisions (again, you’re a hot chick).
  88. Smile when you try something on. Even if you don’t like it.
  89. It is so easy to buy great clothes for less. Don’t buy things you can’t afford.
  90. Be your best-dressed self every day.
connected || theo raeken

description: in which your body is going through heat, and theo is the only one who can satiate your desire

requested by: anonymous

warnings: smut, swearing

notes: this is a lil rushed, and may not follow the original request to a t, but anyway, i’m just glad i got it written lmao

You needed him.

It wasn’t that you missed him, nor was it that you felt lonely without him. You needed him there with you. You needed his scent to make you delirious, needed his touch to engulf your body in flames. 

You were blinded by desire.

He’d been gone for a few hours now, his words “I’ll be back soon” still lingering in the air. He was out with the pack, off on some sort of training exercise. Of course he would be back, he always came back. 

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We’ll Bleed and Fight for You

(Part Two of “If We Build a Strong Enough Foundation”)

MASTERLIST

Pairing: Lin-Manuel x Reader

Summary: “And then it hit you. It was as if your sister herself had reached out of that journal and slapped you because all of a sudden you knew that Lin was Sofia’s dad.”

Note: This is significantly worse than the first part was so I’m gonna apologize for letting you guys down in advance. It’s also for sure gonna be the last part of this story, I don’t plan to do a part 3. BUT DUDES I’m so so happy that you guys liked the first part and I hope that this is at least somewhat satisfying! Thank you for all the incredibly kind messages, I don’t deserve you people! 

Word Count: 2,860 (I’m the Worst)

Welcome to Disaster pt. 2 

You were something of a pack rat. A big part of you believed it stemmed from growing up sharing a small room with your twin sister. You would always fight to make sure that your things remained yours.

Of course you’d also do anything you could to steal your sisters clothes and books and toys.

The point was, you never quite grew out of it. After Lin had officially moved in with you, he began teasing you about the things he’d find in drawers around your apartment. (Why do you have a subway pass from 2006 in here? Planning a Back to the Future adventure?).

It had never been a problem though, not until you had to start packing up your lives into orderly boxes to move across the pond (the big one, all the way to London). The task was daunting and you spent more time dreading packing than actually doing the work of it. You and Lin would start sorting through a closet only to end up lying on the floor and tossing a two-decade-old rubber ball back and forth while listening to a cassette tape you’d made when you were fifteen.

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excuse my shitty edit, but i’ve decided to put together all the links into one place that i’ve found that i want to reference, mainly writing and food. (will be adding more constantly) (updated: 1/26/16)

personal health tips:

  • yoga [x] [x]
  • emergency compliment
  • the quiet place
  • the nicest place on the internet
  • cute roulette
  • cute overload
  • the dawn room
  • the thoughts room
  • calming manatee
  • make everything okay
  • stories to give you hope
  • 90 seconds relaxation
  • cute yahoo answers
  • 7 cups of tea
  • take care of yourself after a lapse
  • coping with depression
  • things to remind yourself [x] [x] [x] [x]
  • when someone sees your self-harm scars
  • fade/cover scars
  • help someone or be helped
  • butterfly project
  • caring for injuries
  • when you feel suicidal
  • hotlines
  • alternatives to hurting yourself
  • hoe maintenance
  • get rid of blackheads
  • hygiene masterpost
  • shaving ur vagina
  • alleviate cramps
  • remove lower stomach fat

beauty tips:

  • super duper silky legs
  • skin care
  • cover up a tattoo
  • bra fitting 101
  • 10 rules of getting a tattoo
  • cheap jewelry
  • makeup for beginners

food tips:

  • starbucks holiday drinks
  • panera’s mac & cheese
  • mini mac & cheese pies
  • pumpkin spice smoothie
  • cookie recipes
  • french toast roll-ups
  • s'mores stuffed pizza cookies
  • chocolate chip cookie dough brownie bombs
  • 10-minute recipes
  • chocolate chip cookies [x] [x] [x]
  • coffee recipes [x] [x]
  • healthy snacks [x] [x]
  • 62 smoothies + more smoothies
  • pizza hacks
  • snacks
  • myfriedgefood / supercook
  • what the fuck should i make for dinner
  • cheeseburger cupcakes
  • garlic & parmesan pull apart bread
  • mexican chili-cheese ramen
  • mac & cheese ramen
  • microwave mug mac & cheese
  • nutella hot chocolate
  • microwave scalloped potatoes
  • microwave baked potato
  • dishes you should know
  • pizza coupons
  • homemade vitamin water
  • pms sos smoothie + more healthy smoothies (2)
  • salad recipes
  • yummy deserts
  • s'mores pie
  • grilled cheeses
  • food life hacks
  • infused waters
  • lazy cookie bars

school tips:

  • write a kickass essay
  • take a study break
  • how to use google
  • mathway
  • graphing calculator
  • effectively pull an all-nighter
  • useful college tips
  • free online textbooks
  • how to take notes
  • procrastination guide
  • save $1600 in school supplies

adult tips:

  • prevent a hangover
  • take care of yourself when sick
  • 15 things to keep in your car
  • 99 life hacks
  • clean your bathroom
  • college help masterpost
  • moving out
  • when you can’t pay your bills
  • college books
  • organize your closet
  • clean your kitchen
  • budgeting
  • improve your studying skills
  • dorm room survival tips
  • harsh truths
  • things to bring to the doctors
  • jobs based on social interaction
  • first apartment essentials
  • college packing list
  • doing your taxes
  • how to write a resume
  • protect ur home from break-ins
  • remove stains
  • plan your roadtrip wisely
  • interview questions to ask
  • be a better you
  • dealing w worst case scenario
  • things you never learned in high school
  • if you find yourself homeless

writing tips:

  • get inspired [x] [x]
  • become a better writer [x] [x] [x] [x] [x] [x]
  • smut writing [x] [x] [x] [x] [x] [x] [x] [bdsm] [] [les.] [bj] [lang.]
  • how to write a kiss [x] [x] [x] [x] [x]
  • plotting your novel [x] [x] [x]
  • add spark to your writing
  • birth order personality traits
  • 101 date ideas
  • naming your characters [x] [x] [x] + names
  • finish what you started
  • cliche finder
  • creating fictional characters
  • make your character likable
  • find that word you’ve been thinking about
  • writing point of views
  • interesting jobs [x]
  • mary sue warnings [x]
  • check writing
  • 8 words to avoid while writing
  • characters to avoid writing
  • writing someone with a mental illness [x] [x] [x]
  • rhyme zone
  • 100 words for facial expressions
  • writers block? [x] [x]
  • writing fictional relationships
  • describing someone’s voice
  • describing eye color
  • describing clothes [x] [x]
  • describing someone’s looks [x] [x]
  • wordhippo
  • calming sounds
  • worldwide weather
  • body language [x] [x] [x] [x]
  • family tree
  • create a house
  • character flaws [x] [x]
  • good traits and faults / bad traits and virtues
  • character traits [x] [x]
  • phobias [x] [x]
  • character secrets [x] [x] [x]
  • character quirks [x] [x]

grammar:

  • lots of stuff
  • proofreading
  • dialogue
  • semicolons and colons
  • dashes and parenthesis
  • hyphens
  • apostrophes
  • punctuation
  • variations of words

how to write _______:

  • lots of stuff
  • flirtatious characters
  • bitchy characters
  • distant characters
  • shy characters
  • rebellious characters [x]
  • manipulative characters
  • babies
  • injuries
  • male characters [x] [x]
  • someone high on ecstacy
  • someone high on cocaine
  • someone high on weed
  • someone drunk
  • friends with benefits relationship
  • british slang

writing generators:

  • lots of stuff
  • writing prompts
  • random name
  • personality
  • town
  • teen
  • character
  • character interests
  • family relationships
  • character motivation
  • flaws and weaknesses
  • character secret
  • character traits/quirks

for when you’re bored:

  • stupid games
  • kiss some giraffes
  • winterbells
  • pizza party pickup
  • tipton trouble
  • bueno rufus
  • chain reaction
  • find the invisible cow
  • shuffle
  • bored button
  • the useless website
  • crazy card trick
  • thisissand
  • super mario
  • highDEAS
  • this is the only level
  • sushi cat
  • find that song from that tv episode
  • make a fake text / tweet
  • diy masterpost

misc

  • open the tag u just closed
  • post limit checker
  • youtube video to mp3
  • music you’ve reblogged
  • cute lil backgrounds
  • reaction gifs
  • make shit transparent
  • themes
  • updates tabs
  • lifehacks
  • what the fuck should you do today
  • creepy wiki articles
  • more creepy shit
  • alt characters
  • discover who ur asshole anon is
  • what should i read next (v2)
  • textpost tricks
  • internet hacks
  • tumblr hacks i guess
  • free fonts holla
  • lots of cool sites
  • fake social network sites
  • watch a random movie on netflix
  • guide to a lazy day
  • !!!! super !!!! cheap !!!! books !!!! (inc. textbooks!!!!)
  • things to do in nyc for under $30
  • things girls can buy to protect themselves
If you want to get over him, delete his snapchat, even though you check his story all the time. Don’t respond to him every time he texts you, he’s bored and you know it. No matter how hard it is, don’t make him the first person you tell important things, that’s what friends are for. If you feel like calling him, go for a run, read a book, organize your closet, binge watch Netflix, keep you mind off of it. You shouldn’t be waiting for someone who isn’t coming. People like him aren’t meant to love people like you. That doesn’t change what you all were but it should change who you are going forward. You meet people for a lot of reasons, and some people will hurt you. But it’s your choice to stay hurt, to keep responding, and to keep holding on. I know it’s hard to hear but if he hurt you he doesn’t care about you as much as you think he does. Your happiness is your responsibility and no one else’s. It might take a day it might take a year, but don’t let someone who treats you like shit consume you. You’re worth so much more than that.
—  My Mom

WARNING: EXTREMELY LONG POST.So, recently, I’ve been seeing a lot of tumblr love going around and I wanted to join the action, for all my followers because I know what it’s like when you’re going through a tough time and then you stumble upon something and it makes your day, maybe your week or your month, idk, I’m rambling, but I love you and I worked really hard on this so I hope you love it, I hope it helps you in some way

SCHOOL

Studying

  • study techniques
  • tips for a productive study break
  • study tips
  • How To Pull An All Nighter And Do Well On An Exam
  • thinking & memorizing tips
  • how to get motivated to study
  • Make flashcards
  • tips to help you focus
  • chrome site blocker
  • time management & motivating yourself tips

Essays

  • Essay Structure Guide
  • bibliography maker
  • How to cite
  • how to write an essay
  • google citations
  • social media citation guide
  • The Five-Paragraph Essay
  • Using Punctuation Marks
  • Deadly Sins Checklist
  • Formatting Your Paper
  • Writing About Literature
  • Basic Essay
  • Revision Checklist
  • Planning and Organization
  • Editing and Proofreading
  • Latin Terms
  • Essay Structure
  • Tips on Introducing Quotes
  • Academic Writing Tips

Learning

  •  Solve any math equation
  • Solve any math equation (2)
  • Alternative to Wikipedia
  • Can’t Do Your Homework?
  • Take online college courses
  • How to multiply big numbers
  • Science equations simplified 
  • Teaches Everything

STRESS

Meditation

  • Tips to Start Meditating
  • 8 Ways to Make Meditation Easy and Fun
  • 18 Minute Guided Meditation: Blissful Deep Relaxation
  • 1 Hour Universal Mind Meditation
  • Guided Meditation for Sleep and Good Dreams
  • Guided Meditation and Progressive Muscle Relaxation
  • Progressive Muscle Relaxation
  • Guided Relaxation

Anxiety

  • Anxiety disorders explained
  • learn more about anxiety
  • Help Guide 
  • stress relievers
  • how to help a friend with anxiety
  • a list of stress relievers
  • Let it Out
  • How to handle panic attacks
  • Exploring and coping with panic attacks
  • Identifying and Managing Anxiety
  • 10 Rules for Coping with Anxiety and Panic
  • 11 Assorted Anxiety Tips for Anxiety Sufferers
  • Managing Stress

Interactives

  • Emotional baggage check
  • The Dawn Room
  • The quiet place
  • The thoughts room
  • Stress Analyst
  • cloudflowing
  • imagination
  • planetarium
  • weavesilk

Yoga

  • Foundations in Flow Yoga Class
  • Heart Opening 30min Yoga Class
  • 10min Shoulder Yoga Routine
  • 9min Yoga Breathing Exercise (Pranayama) 
  • Kundalini Yoga Breathing Exercises (3 min)
  • Yoga Poses

Sounds

  • 1 Hour of Nature Sounds
  • 1 Hour Rain
  • relaxation playlist
  • calmsound
  • do nothing for 2 minutes
  • rainymood
  • looking at something
  • thunderstorm
  • being underwater
  • waves
  • tsunami
  • Fireplace
  • waterfall
  • dripping water
  • sound of a coffee shop

DEPRESSION

Information

  • depression information
  • Coping with Suicidal Thought
  • 10 Tips on How to Work Through Feelings of Social Isolation
  • 8 Tips to Overcome Loneliness
  • What to expect with antidepressants
  • Ways to deal with depression/stress
  • having a bad day?
  • Make a comfort box
  • 10 Things to Do When You Feel Like Crap
  • how to find a new normal in the middle of depression
  • you are not alone in the way you think you are
  • reasons to stay alive
  • how to stop trying to think yourself into happiness and actually arrive there

Self-Harm 

  • Cut something that’s not real skin
  • How to care for cuts
  • Resisting cutting
  • 25 ways to avoid self injury and prevent self harm
  • Tips to help stop cutting
  • 99 Coping Skills: Things to do Instead of Cutting

Friends

  • How to deal/talk with bipolar and depressed people
  • What to do when your friend is talking about suicide
  • What to do if someone you know is overdosing
  • What to do if your friend is hurting themselves
  • How to help someone who is suicidal
  • here’s what you tell someone who wants to commit suicide

Insomnia

  • Tips to beat insomnia (+) (+)
  • Understanding insomnia and how to cure it
  • Everyday basics
  • trouble sleeping
  • when to go to sleep/wake up
  • tips for waking up
  • Tips to Fall Asleep Fast
  • tricks to sleeping more
  • how to stop falling asleep late
  • How to Get up in the Morning

Hotlines

  • Crisis Text Line: Text “SUPPORT” to 741741
  • Crisis Call Center Call 1-800-273-8255 (24/7) Text ANSWER to 839863 (24/7)
  • Thursday’s Child Call 1-800-872-5437 (24/7)
  • The Trevor Project Call 866-488-7386 (24/7)
  • National Safe Place Text SAFE and your current location to the number 69866
  • National Runaway Safeline Call 1-800-786-2929 (24/7)
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline Call 1-800-799-7233 (24/7) 

Self-Love

  • how to stop putting yourself down
  • radical self love project
  • Self confidence
  • how to improve your self-esteem
  • How to be ok with yourself
  • tips on self-love
  • Confidence
  • Learn to love yourself
  • when told you are not pretty
  • lessons for self-love

Eating Disorders

  • 281 Reasons to Recover
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Bloating, Indigestion, & Feeling too full
  • Why You Must Eat
  • Learning to Love Your Body
  • Tips to Overcoming and Eating Disorder from Women Who Have Recovered
  • Tips to Stop Restricting
  • Dealing With Weight Gain
  • 10 Steps to Bulimia Recovery Workbook
  • Coping with Exercise Addiction

LIFE

Money

  • how to save money
  • how to interview for a job
  • how to coupon
  • create a resume

Home

  • first apartment essentials checklist
  • how to fix a leaky faucet
  • how to keep a clean kitchen
  • removing stains from your carpet
  • organize your closet
  • clean bathroom tips

Tumblr

  • url shortener
  • Ever Looking For A GIF Reaction?
  • see problems with your blog/website
  • how to make a gif

WRITING

Writer’s Block

  • Don’t know where to begin
  • Pinning down your first chapter 
  • Unable to pick and stay on one idea
  • Worried your idea isn’t original or belongs to someone else 
  • You know your characters but don’t know what to do with them 
  • When you start strong and the writing just dies
  • Staying focused
  • Dealing with writer’s block
  • Writing too much of one thing
  • Writing prompt generators
  • good brainstorming/ organizing tool
  • Writing Prompts
  • Getting Inspired
  • Great Inspiration
  • Creative Writing Prompts
  • Story Starter
  • Language is a Virus

Writing Confidence

  • When you don’t enjoy writing anymore
  • Everyone says you’re not good enough 
  • Suffering from self doubt/finding self belief
  • Having and coping with envy
  • You’re close to done and convinced you suck
  • Worried about the people you love reading your work
  • Tips on managing insecurity
  • How to deal with negative reviews
  • The Writer’s Guide to Overcoming Insecurity
  • 10 ways to avoid Writing Insecurity
  • Backhanding procrastination
  • More troubles with writing motivation
  • The inner critic and ways to fight it
  • Additional inner critic strategies

Characters

  • Name Generators
  • Universal Mary Sue Litmus Test
  • Character Chart for Fiction Writers
  • 100 Character Development Questions for Writers
  • How to Create Fictional Characters
  • Character Flaws List
  • How to Craft Compelling Characters
  • List of 200 Character Traits

Plot

  • Writing A Novel Using the Snowflake Method
  • Effectively Outlining Your Novel
  • Outlining Your Plot
  • How To Write A Novel
  • What is Conflict?
  • Outline Your Novel in Thirty Minutes
  • One-Page Plotting
  • How to Organize and Develop Ideas for Your Novel

Revision/Editing

  • Revision tips
  • Falling out of love with your work before you’re done
  • Brief strategy suggestions for major revisions 
  • A Guide on Punctuation
  • Common Writing Mistakes
  • Revising A Novel 
  • 300+ Sophiscated and Underused Words
  • How To Rewrite
  • 20 Common Grammar Mistakes That (Almost) Everyone Makes
  • Synonyms for “said”
  • Emotions vocab sheet
  • Common Fragrance Descriptions
  • Instead of ‘whispered’
  • Synonyms for the Most Commonly Used Words of the English Language
  • Common Grammar Mistakes

Poetry

  • Understanding and Explicating Poetry
  • How to Read A Poem
  • Types of Poetry
  • Poetry Glossary 
  • Writing Prose

My Favorite Tumblr Poets

  • writingsforwinter
  • fleurishes
  • alonesomes
  • commovente

ENTERTAINMENT

TV & Movies

  • A list of movies with links
  • Stream/watch tvs or movies
  • watch free movies/tv shows

Music

  • get the best sound from your iTunes
  • YouTube to MP3 converter
  • 8tracks playlist downloader

Books

  • textbooknova
  • reddit
  • bookboon
  • textbookrevolution
  • math textbooks
  • ebookee
  • freebookspot
  • free-ebooks
  • getfreeebooks
  • bookfinder
  • oerconsortium
  • gutenberg project
  • ebook3000
  • readanybook
  • Free audio books
  • 10 sites to download free audio books

If you’re anything like us, Sundays are productive days! Today, we challenge you to get your #closet #organized. We hope this will serve as your inspiration! If you’re needing adorable baskets and boxes to clear the clutter, click the link in our profile. #Sundaymotivation #organization #storage #Kirklands by kirklands

How to organize your closet

This is in the form of an decision-tree infographic rather than a step-by-step list, but reformatted as a step-by-step list as well.

1. Have you worn it in the last six months?

If YES, go to step (15)

If NO, go to step (2)

2. Put it on, does it fit?

If YES, go to step (3)

If NO, go to step (11)

3. How does it look?

If GREAT!, go to step (15)

If MEH, go to step (4)

4. Can you return it?

If YES, go to step (5)

If NO, go to step (6)

5. What the hell are you waiting for then??

Go to step (18)

6. Is it underwear?

If YES, go to step (16)

If NO, go to step (7)

7. Is it dirty?

If YES, wash it! Then go to step (17)

If NO, go to step (17)

——

8. Is it torn, broken, or stained?

If YES, go to step (9)

If NO, go to step (6)

9. Can you fix it right now?

If YES, go to step (10)

If NO, go to step (16)

10. Did you fix it?

If YES, go to step (15)

If NO, go to step (16)

——

11. Are you keeping it for sentimental reasons?

If YES, go to step (8)

If NO, go to step (12)

12. Did you wear it at your wedding?

If YES, go to step (15)

If NO, go to step (13)

13. Was it expensive?

If YES, go to step (15)

If NO, go to step (8)

14. Have you worn it in the past year?

If YES, go to step (15)

If NO, go to step (8)

——

15. Hang It!

16. Toss It!

17. Donate It!

18. Return It!

1. Make a playlist of all your favorite songs, old ones you may have totally forgotten about from middle school or ones that bring back good memories.

2. Take a walk outside. I find I only start to feel worse and wallow if I let myself melt into my bed and engage in the bad feelings.

3. Organize your drawers or closet. It feels good to be productive when you feel like a worthless idiot on the inside. You can look at your clean clothes and feel like a human again.

4. Eat something decadent. Make an ice cream sundae or smores. They’re not just for camping!

5. Go through your phone and delete anyone you no longer talk to or anyone who sucks and makes your life worse.

6. Draw. I have a stack of paper and some colored pencils for just such an occasion. It’s relaxing and fun and won’t stress you out.

7. Call your best friend. No one talks on the phone anymore. I hate it. Let’s all talk in voices!

8. Get some sparkly temporary tattoos and give yourself the weirdest tramp stamp ever. Or decorate your whole arm. Whatever. You know you loved it as a kid.

9. Re-read your favorite book. Highlight the passages that make you love it so much so you’ll never forget them.

10. Start watching “The Wire” or “Arrested Development,” whichever is more your speed at the moment. Indulge in some quality programming to remind yourself life is worth living and people still make good stuff.

11. Read everything you can find about your favorite sports team. If you’re not already, become an expert on the team’s history, statistics and players. It’ll take your mind off you for a while.

12. Go volunteer with animals in some way. Being around cuties and fluffies will brighten your mood, and so will helping those in need.

13. Write someone else a really nice email. Just an out-of-the-blue “thanks for being so great!” email. Why not?

14. Do some yoga poses. You can look them up online if you don’t know any. Try holding them and breathing slowly.

15. Go on Youtube and watch all the “fail” videos you can find. Be grateful you are not that person. Being you isn’t so bad!

16. Light some candles, turn off the lights and meditate for as long as you can hold it.

17. Or do the same and touch yourself. Have a little solo romance, among candles. Are you trying to seduce you?

18. Look up some family genealogy stuff on the internet. Did you know your great-great-great uncle owned a department store in Russia? Now you do! And hey, your ancestors probably had it a lot worse. Since you know, no plumbing and iPhones and stuff.

19. Futz around with your hair. Add some color or see what it would look like curly or in a beehive.

20. Do your make up. Make it look crazy or much thicker than you’d normally wear it. What would you look like as Amy Winehouse or Ke$ha? You’re in the comfort of your own home. Why not see?

21. Eat fruit. Fruit has sugars that can lift your mood. Go for the pineapple and blueberries. Or make yourself a smoothie.

22. If you have a journal, go back and read old entries. Remember all that stuff you cared about a year ago that now doesn’t matter?

23. Smile. Even if you don’t feel like it, sometimes moving the muscles in our face activates chemicals in our brains to lift our moods. Smiling when you don’t want to can actually help you feel better.

—   Karen Noble, 23 Ways To Feel Better Instantly