trying more experiments

You know what’s important?

Sitting back and realising that you understand the material you just studied, and that you are more knowledgeable about the subject than before you sat down.

You know what’s not half as important?

Striving to make sure your notes look aesthetically pleasing and in the end not actually learning anything.


25 Days of Outlander - Dec 14 - Favorite Scene That Wasn’t in the Book
I’m not sure I’m ready to go to war again.

sounds of thedas: THE FREE MARCHES

caught between a river and a sea; bright, lively, & bustling, with as many different peoples as rocks along the shore. a centre of trade and adventure, of crime and culture. whether it is true or not, these people call themselves free.

featuring tracks from assassin’s creed iii & iv, da vinci’s demons, the witcher 3, game of thrones, carnivale, unravel, sherlock holmes, treasure island, & black sails


“They took away my home, my mother and my father.”

“And you want revenge?”

“I want  j u s t i c e.”


Child of Gondolin

also: The Superlatively Superfluous Adventures of Legolas (and Tauriel)

Dateline: Gundabad 14.5

What’s in my bag for 2017?

I tried doing something different with my posts. Went for an illustrated design instead of the usual flat/minimal(?) look.

This is actually what was in my bag last semester but it worked out well so I stuck with this arrangement for this semester as well. I was worried that my backpack might be too small for my course materials since I’m taking a rhetoric course with a crapload of required reading, but I’ve luckily found online copies for most of them, so I won’t need to lug a bunch of classics around everyday.  (Money well-saved.)

This post was pretty fun to make - I might illustrate more in the future if time permits. This year I think I’m gonna try to experiment more visually with my studyblr and be more creative with my posts.


So what’s in your bags, backpacks, and briefcases this semester?

anonymous asked:



I use photoshop elements!!! For brushes I tend to use different settings and brushes depending on the piece! I just mess around with the ones that come with photoshop until I find the look/setting I feel fits the piece the best! Here are some of my all time favorites though:  

Have a nice day anon!!! :-D <3 <3 

Both Ne and Se are considered “open-minded” in their own ways, but if I had to distinguish the two, Ne is more open-minded with ideas. Se is more open-minded with experiences.