This is a rare glitch where Flandre stops shooting one wave of bullets in her 6th nonspell. The gif is from this video HERE. If you watch the video you can hear the sound of the bullets being shot, but there is nothing there.
Being overly-familiar with a series is such a weird burden sometimes because like
you’ll see some theory being passed around that you instantly know is wrong. Like it’s surprising to see people supporting it because the flaws in its logic are so glaringly obvious. Until it hits you that, yeah it’s wrong, but only because you were able to immediately remember the 5 second conversation between two background characters 17 minutes through s2e13 that definitively disproves it. And no casual fan would have any reason to remember that off the top of their head and it’s you who’s the weird human encyclopedia with a shot-for-shot memory the entire damn series.
Like at that point you don’t even know anymore whether to argue your point or just…maybe go outside for a little bit.
It’s hard to decide what my favorite Steve Trevor moment is between “She’s taking all the fire, let’s go!” And “Diana, shield!”. I mean both show how awesome he is as a character. One shows how quickly he adapts to Diana’s incredible abilities. He goes from “oh no she’s gonna die if she charges out into the battle” to “oh, she can stop bullets? Ok cool, let’s go then.” And the other shows that even in the midst of the chaos when the Germans were attacking the Amazons and he barely had any idea what was happening, he paid enough attention to the fighting style Diana grew up with to emulate it in a way he knew she’d understand.
I am making this post based on a request by an anonymous user, but as soon as I heard the idea it really resonated with me. When you are a perfectionist, like I am, procrastination comes very easily. As soon as I have a single doubt about what I am doing, I stop and turn to something else, which leads to a lot of unfinished assignments and unnecessary stress. So in this post, I’m going to give you my best advice on how to avoid this very thing and get back to work!
Methods of Planning
You need to start by addressing how you are organizing you time and if it needs to change.
Daily study schedule: This is my least favourite, and in my opinion leads to the worst kind of overplanning. This is when you schedule out your time hour by hour, down to what time you will study, eat, workout, etc. I understand that this works for some people and if you find yourself to be very disorganized, it can work for you. However, I personally find (and I think many would agree) that it ends up giving me anxiety and guilt when I don’t do something exactly at the right time.
Weekly or monthly schedule: This is ideal for people who like to plan ahead a lot, but don’t want to be too constricted to an hourly schedule. This method involves writing down what you need to study each day, but not declaring a specific time that you need to have it done by. I really like to use this for exam periods or before a big test, so I know that all the topics are covered by a certain point.
Daily to-do list schedule: This works for a ton of people I know, including myself. It is low-key, but also allows you to know what you have to do and actually get it done. This is what most people use in a bullet journal, which is obviously a very successful technique! It blends together the planning of the daily schedule with the fluidity and low-stress of the monthly schedule. I highly recommend this if you tend to overplan!
Overall: You might need to re-evaluate the way that you organize your time and find something that is more productive. My personal favourite is the daily to-do list, but if you need more structure in your life, feel free to look at others.
One big thing that leads to procrastination is not being able to focus on the most important tasks that need to get done. If you put too much stuff on your to-do list or into your hourly schedule, it might actually end up taking away from more important tasks.
Learn to prioritize. List tasks in order of their importance when you are creating a to-do list or other type of schedule. You can use a numbering system, or colour code them if you need more help:
Red = Extremely important: Things that are due in the next day or two, studying for upcoming tests, steps in a process that needs to get done by the end of the week, bills that need to be paid, chores that have to get done before your home becomes a wreck.
Yellow = Pretty important: Things that are important to your schedule, but it wouldn’t be tragic if they got pushed off one more day. Re-writing or typing notes, writing out flashcards for a test a week away, working on an application or deadline that is still a while away, chores that aren’t going to affect you if they aren’t finished tonight.
Green = Filler stuff: Things that would be nice to get done, but aren’t urgent. Cleaning, organizing your desk, finishing a book or movie for pleasure, etc.
After you have organized yourself and prioritized tasks, you need to be able to focus on actually getting them done.
Set firm deadlines. A lot of times, this is easy because teachers or bosses set them for you. But if they don’t, learn to set your own deadlines and stick to them. Write them in your calendar and make note of them in the days leading up to it.
Make mini to-do lists for an assignment. If you have trouble following deadlines, or value to-do lists as much as me, breaking down assignments and large tasks into small pieces can be super beneficial. For example, if you have an essay due, create a checklist with the intro, body paragraphs, conclusion, editing, typing, and final draft all as separate tasks.
Find ideal study setting. A lot of people have trouble focusing on tasks when they get distracted easily. I find it really helpful if I’m in an environment that gets me in a studying mood! Going to the library or a quiet coffee shop really motivates me. Finding somewhere with few distractions, limitations on how much noise you can make, and being able to see other people being productive is the ideal way to focus yourself.
Avoid social media and TV. This goes hand in hand with #3… Being in front of the TV or the computer (when you aren’t actually using it) is super distracting! Go somewhere that doesn’t have these distractions.
Start with small tasks. Sometimes, tackling your to-do list is easier if you start by completing a few small tasks. When I’m not in the mood to study, I try to do some household chores and update my bullet journal to get the ball rolling.
Use the Pomodoro technique, or something similar. Use a Pomodoro timer or another type of scheduling to stay focused when studying and take breaks when needed. If you find that breaking it down minute by minute is too stressful, try setting goals like “as soon as I am done studying this chapter, I will get up and make a snack,” and stick to them!
Two years ago, Eqbal Dauqan was going to work in the morning as usual. She’s a biochemistry professor. And was driving on the freeway, when suddenly: “I felt something hit my car, but I didn’t know what it was because I was driving very fast,” she says.
Dauqan reached the parking lot. Got out of the car and looked at the door. What she saw left her speechless.
“A bullet hit the car, just on the door,” she says.
The door had stopped the bullet. And Dauqan was OK. She has no idea where the bullet came from. But it turned out to be an ominous sign of what was to come.
“In college, I would tell my friends that I wanted to pursue a Ph.D., and they would chuckle and ridicule the idea,” says Eqbal Dauqan, who is an assistant professor at the University Kebangsaan Malaysia at age 36. Born and raised in Yemen, Dauqan credits her “naughty” spirit for her success in a male-dominated culture. Sanjit Das for NPR
Sleepy Shawn rolling out of bed to get the baby at 4am He’s shirtless, and his hairs a mess, but the baby isn’t crying anymore
The way he’d look at your newborn like she’s made of gold
He’d always be willing to change the diapers Because thats the one thing he actually can do Since you’re almost always on feeding duty
“She rolled over, SHE ROLLED OVER! Babe, did you see that?” “Do it again sweetie, I want to record it, can you do it again?”
Shawn smiling proudly anytime someone calls your baby cute Almost like he’s thinking, yeah, I made that
“She said ‘Dada!’” “Shawn, she didn’t say anything.” “But she wants to, I know she does.”
He’d sing your kids to sleep And it was always the fastest way of getting them down When he was traveling for work, you’d put him on speakerphone So he could sing to the kids at night from wherever he was
He would throw your children in the air and catch them Almost giving you a heart attack every time But they’d be laughing so hard
Saturday mornings were for cartoons And you don’t know who looked forward to it more Shawn or the kids
Every time Shawn returned home from a work trip He always brought toys, always Despite you telling him that they already had too many
Shawn taking your daughter out on “dates” when she’s like 7 So that she would know how she deserved to be treated by a man
“So uh, babe, you know how you told us not to get a puppy?” “Yeah…” “Well, the shelter had so many cute ones.” “Mhmm?” “So we didn’t get a puppy, we got two. One for each kid.”
Anytime your kids were brought up in an interview Shawn always had a new story to tell about them
“She can sleep in our bed, just for tonight, please babe?”
Shawn helping your kids with homework “Um, I think we should ask your mom about that one.”
He’d always be in the backyard with your kids Showing them the best way to catch insects
Your kids always like it better when Shawn pushes the cart or stroller “Vroom!” Crash! “Oops”
He’d build forts with your kids in the living room And you’d come home to see Shawn’s legs sticking out the back Because he’s too big to fit inside But he’s in there anyway
Shawn coaching your kid’s hockey team
And taking off of work early to watch them in the school play
He’d make sure your little men knew how to treat girls “Buddy, you gotta hold the door open.”
He’d write so many songs about your kids Most of them would never get released But you’d play it for them when they got older
“I’ll buy you ice cream if you stop screaming.” “Shawn, that is not how you’re supposed to parent.” “But it worked.”
Shawn would always be telling your kids he loves them In the most random moments too Your son runs inside while playing hide and seek with his brother And Shawn’s like “Hey son, I love you.” “I know dad. Help me hide.”
You never thought you’d see Shawn as passionate about anything The way he was passionate about music But then he became a dad.
late post but here’s my monthly spread for june! i stopped bullet journaling last year but the new school year inspired me to start again! i love this spread but i don’t know what to feel about the second page, i think i went too crazy with the doodles. anyway, my bujo is inspired by studyrose and journalsanctuary (for the doodles).
A spread from a couple weeks ago! I passed the piano test (yay~) but because I no longer have to practice two hours a day, I feel like I don’t have as much to do…so I’ve stopped using my bullet journal for awhile. But I do get really confused as to what I need to do if I don’t write it down, so I’m back to bujo-ing!
This is definitely my favorite spread I’ve done so far. It’s pretty minimalistic because I’m not very good at decorating things/making things look pretty, but I’m working on it! :D Have a great week y’all!