words you can click

i know no one cares but i’ve just recently started stimming wholeheartedly after years of repressing it, even while alone, and it feels so good i could cry

anonymous asked:

do u know how to tag triggers? like how u can prevent them from showing up? x

heres how you do it: 

download xkit for chrome, safari, or firefox.

• open your tumblr dashboard and finish the installation. 

• refresh and click the new xkit button at the top of your dashboard.

• you can hit cancel tour or continue to explore the extension.

• click get extensions, then the install button below the blacklist extension. 

• click my xkit, and then select the newly added blacklist tab.

• scroll down to blacklisted words and click add new word.

• type a word or tag you want to block in the “enter a word here” input box, and then click add word.

• when you’re done, return to your dashboard and you will see that any post containing the blacklisted word(s) are displayed as “blocked because of the word _____”. you can click show it anyway if you want to see the post. 

• you can always add to this list. note that the extension might make your web browser run a bit slower. 

more info on the xkit blacklist. 💕 you can also check out another extension called tumblr savior by bjornstar.

Expressions Challenge with Remington (ʘ言ʘ╬)

Master Post of Helpful Programs and Apps

I decided to make a master post of all the programs (free, of course) that I have used over the years to get me through AP’s, studying and exams! Most of these are either apps on my iPhone or programs that I have downloaded onto my Mac. However, all of these *should* be available for Android and PC as well, just let me know if something doesn’t work out!

  • Grammarly: This is a service that I use in computer program form, it is both a Chrome extension and a downloadable application. Not only does it edit your online posts (SUPER helpful to avoid making mistakes in important emails or posts!), you can download your paper into the application and it will edit both grammar and spelling in a way that I find more uniquely helpful than regular old spell check. Additionally, if you are reading a PDF or other article for school online you can click on certain words and Grammarly will define them for you!

  • Zotero: Guys, I can not stress enough what a freaking godsend this program is. You download it onto your computer, and you can save articles/PDF’s from databases directly into it as you are researching, which negates the need for thousands of tabs! You can also have it create your bibliography for you, which is insanely convenient, and you can take notes on the article within the program. That being said, the format was very confusing for me at the beginning. I would recommend watching YouTube videos on how to use it and doing the full tutorial online before you start!   

  • Scribd: Scribd is both an App and a website where you can look up books and read them for free online. It does have ads if you don’t want to pay for the full version, and I would recommend the phone app as opposed to the website formatting wise! I used this to find books at the last minute, and I also used it to find the teachers key for one of my textbooks in order to check my work while I studied for an exam. 

  • Quizlet: Let’s be real, we all know what this one is ;) But I have to give it a shout out! Flashcards, quizzing yourself, fun games, TONS of language options…oh Quizlet how I love you! Comes in both website and app form.

  • Pomodoro: A study timer that uses the Pomodoro method of timing out your study session with specific break time lengths and study time lengths to optimize your performance. I use this one for memorizing vocab and to study for repetitive tests like math, but I really do not find it useful for writing papers. That being said, everyone is different and some people swear by it! iPhone and Android app. 

  • Forest: I love this timer app, I use this for reading and writing papers! It has the added bonus of tugging at your morality by bringing life into the equation. As you study and don’t touch your phone, a little tree is growing. When your time is up, the tree is added to your forest. But if you touch your phone before your time is up, the tree dies! I honestly get super invested in it. App for iPhone and Android.

  • Genius Scan: This one is a bit more logistical, you can take pictures of documents on your phone and it scans them and converts them to PDF’s. I used this to share notes with classmates and to have my own notes with me for on the go review. I use this one surprisingly often! App for iPhone, not sure about Android. 

  • Wunderlist: Wunderlist is my all time favorite to-do list app. Generally, when I’m studying, I use a notepad to make my task list because I love the satisfaction of crossing out tasks. However, I use this for everything from chore lists to groceries to lists of books I want to read. You can have categories and multiple titled lists, and it’s super satisfying to check things off! App for iPhone, not sure about Android. 

These are all the apps and programs that I use with extreme regularity, but I love productivity apps and I am always looking for more! If anybody has anything to add or has any recommendations for me pleaaasssseee tell me about them. Good luck studying! 

megasov  asked:

how do I get into morrowind I really want to but it seems really complicated

the combat and the tempo of the game isnt for everyone but hopefully i can explain them conciselyi said this before making this post it ended up not being concise at all

so every action in this game is decided by a diceroll, basically. including combat

your main attributes, similarly to how it is in newer tes games, are health [red], magicka [blue], and fatigue (stamina) [green]. what many people overlook however, is that your fatigue bar also has an influence on the diceroll that indicates the chance of success of your actions - landing a hit with a weapon, casting a spell, etc

haha funny joke because its hard to keep your fatigue high because you use it up for jumping, running etc

but basically the “waving my weapon helplessly at an enemy” problem usually comes from overlooking your fatigue level, and not using the right weapon for your class

which is to say if your long blade skill is at, say, 5, and you try to hit an enemy with a longsword, its the equivalent of someone who’s never held a longsword in their hand waving it very slowly and clumsily at an enemy who has plenty of time to make a dodge. that’s basically how it looks in practice

the weird damage numbers on weapons that look like this 1-10 actually indicate how much damage you do when you make a short swing (first number; clicking) or a heavy attack (second number; holding down your mouse). there’s also usually separate damage stats for thrusting, chopping, and slashing, since different kinds of attacks are effective for different kinds of weapons (try stabbing someone with a hammer or whacking someone on the head using a spear like a stick, technically hurts but not as effective). whether you thrust chop or slash with your weapon depends on which way youre moving while attacking. if you want you can just check the “always use best attack” option in the menu and then you only gotta worry about the most effective of these stats for each weapon

magic is… both more complicated and less complicated. keep in mind that fatigue still affects whether or not your spells are successful. idk magic in morrowind rocks because you can make your own spells which is neat

levelling up is super similar to oblivion except you dont gotta find a bed. you can take a nap in a swamp if you want

the quest journal, while being pretty uh realistic and immersive, is kinda garbage and hard to organize. if you get a quest remember to exhaust all dialogue with the quest giver by asking all the questions you can. if you see a highlighted word, click it. there’s no quest markers or a compass but most of the time the quest giver will mark the location on your map, especially during the main quest, and from that you can just rely on your map and roadsigns. or just teleport in straight line to the objective. things get complicated if you only get some directions such as “follow this road until you see a tree, then circle around the tree and go left”, but even then i think its not as scary as people say, it’s actually quite cool and immersive, and if its too hard or the directions are too vague, remember that this 300-year-old games fanbase is massive and there are like 10 maps and guides on how to get to this place in some random sidequest on the internet

i think these are the basics… it’s not actually as complicated as people make it out to be. the key is talking to npcs a lot. and always having some potions on you. and using the correct armor and weapon for your class. and keeping in mind that the wildlife of vvardenfell will fuck you up. that’s basically it.

otherwise i found this game very easy to get into (unlike, say, daggerfall), it offers a lot of freedom and immersion, and it’s just really nice and cool to play.

The Proposition: Part Two

The Proposition drabble series: Part Two

Cole Sprouse x Reader

Summary: You are on a weekend getaway with your best friend Cole and he offers you a life-changing proposition

Word Count: 1400

Previous chapter

A/N: Here’s part 2! Sorry it took so long, but here it is. Things start to get real. Feedback is always appreciated, and thank you so much for the love and support you’ve all given me since the beginning. I will creating a masterpost for the series soon so all the parts will be compiled in one place. I just want to see how this chapter does beforehand. So let me know what you think, and enjoy!

P.S- there is mention of an outfit the reader is wearing, it is hyperlinked so you can click on the words & it will show you a picture of the dress I had in mind. (:

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Nine Etsy Jewellery Stores You Need to See

Etsy is one of my favourite websites for finding unique items, especially jewellery. Over the last few weeks I have collected my favourite shops to share with you. All the prices are in Australian Dollars, so remember to convert if you’re from overseas. Continue reading to see the favourite stores!

LuvMinimal is one of my absolute favourite Etsy stores. Specialising in minimalist, dainty jewellery, there is so much I could buy. My sister came across this store in early 2015 and we’ve ordered lots of different pieces since. I purchased my formal jewellery which you can see buy clicking each of the words - necklace, earrings, rings. Each of the pieces were beautifully packages and look beautiful so I would definitely recommend!

MinimalGV is another delicate jewellery store which offers worldwide shipping. Offering a mix of minimalist jewellery and opal pieces, prices start from around $10 and go up to $100. My favourite items include this choker and these arrow themed ear climbers!

Another one of my favourite jewellers in London based, Wild Fawn Jewellery. These items are all handmade from eco friendly & ethical sterling silver and gold! Wild Fawn offers all my favourite minimalist jewellery including ear cuffs, and hammered geometric inspired earrings. Shipping is available within the UK, Europe, North America, and the Oceania region. You can follow Wild Fawn on Instagram here!

Seeflower is another Etsy store which creates handmade gold and silver jewellery. With numerous funky designs including astrology necklaces, ear jackets and fox bracelets there is something for everyone! These pieces could make super cute and unique gifts for friends.

Specialising in edgy, minimalist jewellery AIRlab is another store which you need to see. Based in Sweden, these handmade pieces are great for those who like to have stand out jewellery. AIRlab’s jewellery averages around $25 and offers worldwide shipping. These geometric line earrings are one of my favourites!

Another one of my favourites is GLDN Jewellery which specialises in all kinds of necklaces. Designs include V necklaces, Y necklaces and geometric necklaces. My favourite piece is the Friendship Necklaces, which comes in two, three and four pieces. Each piece comes with individual box which makes it a great gift for a group of friends! 

Happylittledainty is a Singapore based Etsy shop which makes fun and quaint jewellery. The store offers worldwide shipping for only $3.50 for the first item and $0.50 for subsequent items! Some of my favourite pieces include these Ball Ear Jacket Earrings and these Snowflake Earrings for $19.43.

Another store that I love on Etsy is Shazoey. Based in Sydney, shipping can be within 2 days which is fantastic! Whilst this store is relatively expensive it seems to be worth it, as the reviews rate Shazoey five stars! Giftcards are avaliable at $25, $50, $75 and $100 which are fantastic for presents for jewellery obsessed friends and family!

The final store on my list is RabbitsFantasyWorld, which is based in the Netherlands. This store is a mix of quirky, unique and minimalist jewellery. A few of my favourite pieces include these super cute and Christmas themed reindeer earrings (I would seriously buy these for the holidays!) and these eye stud earrings. In my opinion the store is really well priced, especially as pieces are suitable for sensitive ears. RabbitsFantasyWorld also offers worldwide shipping which is great for us living in Australia.

I hope you’ve found this post helpful. What is your favourite piece of jewellery or store? If you have enjoyed this post, please like and reblog! x

Okay so…there’s this site called animelon and it’s got anime with subs in English, hiragana, katakana, romaji, and full Japanese, and then when you don’t know a word you can click on it, get the translation, and even…..have mini quizzes….on all the words you clicked bc you didn’t know them so like…….\

Just noting this……\

For my own weeb purposes \

Gotta get back, back to the past, Samurai Jack!

I’m a big fan of Samurai Jack so i thought I draw him in a celebratory of the return of the final season of Samurai Jack!

It’s both a fan art and a commission piece that a friend of mine wanted me to draw! It was no problem and i had a lot of fun drawing this and I am looking forward to the new episodes of Samurai Jack. 

I loved how it turned out and so did my friend! I had a lot of fun doing the background and stuff!

I am so looking forward to the new episodes!

Oh and remember, I am doing commissions so if you want a commission from me to draw you something like this, go to this link and see how you can commission me and stuff! :D


EDIT: I forgot to actually put the link in the description on the word link so i fixed that mistake! Now you can click on it!

Bethany-sensei's "I'm Screaming Internally" commissions price list

The tragic backstory: 

 My dad is getting married in May. I have to drive through three states to get to the wedding. Thursday night (4/27) the plumbing in my house decided to call it quits. A blockage in the main drain pipe (FUN!). Today we learned that said pipe was replaced with the Cheapest Materials In Existence at some point, and it’s cracked and could collapse any time in the next six months (DOUBLE FUN!). 

 So this is the standard artist’s cry for help. Hire me to draw for you so I can go to my dad’s wedding AND have functional plumbing! You get art. Everyone wins. 


Image version of this post (looks better on mobile???)


 Minimalist: $10 

 Monochrome ink wash sketch, 2-3 characters (you’ve seen a lot of these if you follow me): $15 

 Full color ink sketch, 2-3 characters: $20 

 2-5 panel comic (monochrome) from your script: $30 

 Monochrome sketch from your photograph: $35 

 Color sketch from your photograph: $45 


 Additional characters: +$5 each 

 Simple background: +$5 

 Detailed architecture: +$12 


 All art in digital. Prices in USD. I will take payment via PayPal or Etsy. Have an idea what you’d like? Interested in something not listed? Feel free to message me. 

 Also message me if you’d rather I write something for you. We can work out word count/pricing/etc.

Again, click here for visuals.


You’re probably here because you’re considering commissioning me and that's super great (I’m literally throwing myself at your feet here) How this is going to work: “ I receive your commission via...

Hey there! I’m a college student atm trying to shift into an english literature course to follow my dream of becoming a published author in the future. I’m currently accepting writing commissions to improve my skills and convince the rest of my family that I can do this writing thing.

I accept commissions for mainly Tokyo Ghoul, Boku no Hero Academia, and Yuri!!! on Ice, and I’m willing to write original fiction too!

General rates go at $1/100 words, but you can click on the link for more details!

You can also buy me a coffee through the link on my bio :D

Thank you so much and I hope you consider commissioning me, I think my writing is really worth the money

anonymous asked:

Do you have any references on how to write a cover letter? Thanks!

I would suggest using a template to help with the technical side of formatting. Keep the design simple, clean cut, and professional. You can find some good ones just by opening word, click on new, and typing cover letter in the box that says “search office.com for templates”.

Proofread thoroughly, but beware of over editing. Sometimes we look at something for too long and make so many changes that we miss simple typos and errors from moving things around too much. Avoid this by having someone else proofread for you.

anonymous asked:

about how much are your commissions? I understand they probably differ but like for a couple drawings of a pet. thanks!

the sketchy pet sets start at $20 which gets you 1 pet drawing! every additional pet in the set costs $3. all other details and info for commissions is on my commissions page!! you can get there by clicking the word ‘commissions’ in my sidebar/description!

Everyone knows how to “Google,” but not everyone Googles efficiently. This one-minute video from Hack College offers these three essential tips:

Be Specific. Find pages within sites using site:[website URL] and your search phrase, find authors using author:[name], and type intitle:[word] to find a page with that word in the title.
Format. Use filetype:[jpg or other extension] to find images and all sorts of files (such as docs and pdfs)
Broaden Your Search. Use an asterisk (*) as a wildcard search operator to fill in the blanks. For example, “Why money is *”
Taking this further, you can als

Find exams to practice with and other reference materials. Taking the “site:” operator a little further, you can search only education sites by typing in site:edu. This comes in handy when search for exams you can use to practice with: “site:edu advanced chemistry exam.” Combine this with the “filetype:pdf” or “filetype:doc” format for additional exams and documents. You can find a list of Google search operators on this Google help page and even more advanced operators here, but there are also non-official filetypes, such as “hlp for help files and js for Javascript files” you can search for (which we know thanks to the NSA, oddly enough).

History/politics students (or anyone interested in government) should also remember they can search site:gov.

Find more research. Use the “related:” operator to find similar sites to broaden your research. For example, “related:www.lifehacker.com” or “related:www.nsa.gov” to make sure you’re covering all your bases in your research.

Limit search results. Let’s say your professor doesn’t want you to use certain sources. Use the minus sign (-) operator to exclude results from a certain site (e.g., “encryption -site:Wikipedia.org”). You can also do this to refine the results when a word can mean more than one thing (e.g., “jaguar -car”).

Similarly, if there’s only a range of dates, measurements, or other numbers you want to find, use two periods (..) to set that range, e.g., “manufacturing 1990..2001” or “laptops ..$1000” (leave out one of the numbers to set a minimum or maximum).

Combine modifiers together. There are all sorts of powerful things you can do when you combine these search tricks. For example: “site:nytimes.com high school "test scores” -SAT2010..2014"

Here are more research tricks in one handy infographic.

Use Google Search Shortcuts to Pull Up Quick Answers
Google Tips and Tricks Every Student Should Know

You shouldn’t have to dig around or visit web pages for easy answers.

Get definitions. Use “define [word]” to quickly bring up a word’s definition.

Make your browser do math. Also, start typing in your browser to do instant calculations and conversions (you don’t even have to hit enter!)

Have Google fill in the blanks. Just start typing something in, and Google’s autocomplete will likely give you the answer. For example “Martin Luther King Jr. was born on ” will show you “January 15 1929” and “Thomas Edison invented ” will list a few notable inventions. Google’s Knowledge Graph might even show you quickly the answers you’re looking for beneath your search. If autocomplete doesn’t help, add the “*” wildcard to get more answers (e.g., “Obama voted * on the * bill” to give you stories on a bunch of different bills).

Check out 20 Google Search shortcuts that can come in handy, and if you’re using Google Now, you have over 60 commands you can use to get quick information just by saying “Okay Google.”

Organize and Cite Research with Google Drive
Google Tips and Tricks Every Student Should Know

Google Drive comes with a research tool that finds information for you while you work on your paper. It also conveniently grabs the citation and inserts it, already formatted, for you into your document. Handy!

To use it, go to Tools > Research in your document or presentation and enter your search term. You can also right-click on a word or phrase in your document to search it. Click on the Google icon to specifically search images, Google Scholar, quotes, and more.

In the research pane, hover over a link to preview the page, click on it to open in a new tab, or drag-and-drop selected text into your document. The “cite” button will grab the citation (in MLA, APA, or Chicago styles) and the “insert link” button will insert the source website into your document.

Search Google Books and Use Google Scholar
Google Tips and Tricks Every Student Should Know

In the olden days, we had to go to the library and look up books that possibly had information in them as resources for papers. Now, you can just do a Google book search (which includes magazines) for anything that’s relevant, copy quotes, and pull all the information needed for your bibliography.

Head to books.google.com to start researching your topic or use Google’s advanced book search for options like book language, author, publication dates, and more. In the search results, you can also click on “Search tools” to filter books by ones that are available with a preview, select books or magazines, and filter or sort by date.

Public domain books can be downloaded as PDF, and out of copyright or books with author/publisher permission are fully viewable. You can search within books too, and have your search phrase highlighted, as well as add books to your library for future reference.

Additionally, when you search on a title, Google’s book overview page will list popular passages, a word cloud, bibliographic information, and other reference information.

iridisdiscencia  asked:

Do you know decipher? It's an app with a lot of lectures in chinese. What makes it different is the fact that you can click the words and it will show you the meaning, hsk level and pinyin

Yeah I’ve used it before, along with a similar app called Du Chinese. They’re both pretty great resources especially because they sort the readings by HSK level

anonymous asked:

Blackisting doesn't mean you can never go on a persons blog to see what they're saying about you, it just means that you'll never wake up one morning and go on tumblr to see your bias painted as an ethereal fairy princess with dingly dangly magical earrings on. Because fuck that. All you see is a line of text that says "someone has made a post containing the word Omurizer' and then you can either click it to see it or just keep on scrollin. Guess which one I'mma do?

thanks for the heads up, i actually know how the blacklisting works. I’m just asking you in all seriousness, if you hate my art so much then why do you come back to my blog? sorry i just don’t get you lol


Keith has an phone K. He keeps his contacts but everybody has different names (I.E. pidge is pigeon..etc). But Lance is “Daddy” and Shiro is just  “Dad”. Now, Keith wasn’t paying attention and meant to call Lance/Daddy, but just saw  the words “Dad” and clicked it. Shiro picks up and all you can hear is Keith in the most seductive voice, “Hey partner, wanna stickme up tonight” and shit like that. So after 10 minutes of that going on, with Shrio trying to hold in his laughter, he tells Keith wrong number.

Now Keith is in bed just thinking about his life choices and mistakes