Reblog if you have made a friend online that you would love to hang with, but they live far away.

tssfxx:

helllotittys:

have—not:

i love this photo because at first you think that she was going to get married but instead her husband to be left her, or something like that. but actually its quite the opposite. i clicked on the source and it brought me to an article explaining the story behind this photo, and shes not crying, shes hungover. her and her husband went to a football game on their wedding day, and got extremely drunk and partied all night. they took the subway home because they couldn’t drive. so no, its not a sad heartbreaking story, its a crazy joyful one. which in my opinion makes the picture even more amazing.


CAN PEOPLE PLEASE REBLOG THE PIC WITH THIS CAPTION^ AND NOT THE ONE WHERE EVERYONE IS SAD AND ARE LIKE “POOR GIRL GOD BLESS”

tssfxx:

helllotittys:

have—not:

i love this photo because at first you think that she was going to get married but instead her husband to be left her, or something like that. but actually its quite the opposite. i clicked on the source and it brought me to an article explaining the story behind this photo, and shes not crying, shes hungover. her and her husband went to a football game on their wedding day, and got extremely drunk and partied all night. they took the subway home because they couldn’t drive. so no, its not a sad heartbreaking story, its a crazy joyful one. which in my opinion makes the picture even more amazing.

CAN PEOPLE PLEASE REBLOG THE PIC WITH THIS CAPTION^ AND NOT THE ONE WHERE EVERYONE IS SAD AND ARE LIKE “POOR GIRL GOD BLESS”

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lumos5001:

queenmogar:

RAISE UR HAND IF PEOPLE EVER MISTAKEN U FOR BEING TOO YOUNG OR TOO OLD

my first day substitute teaching one of the teachers mistook me for a middle schooler and told me to, “get back to class”

i was 22 at the time…

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motivationalfitnesspictures:

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sodomymcscurvylegs:

mrtwentington:

11 year old me was pissed at this revelation

A hundred-thousand years will pass and I will never get over the genius of this scene!

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funny-pictures-uk:

I prefer Tomato.

funny-pictures-uk:

I prefer Tomato.

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hexaneandheels:

Schedule “Progress” Picture
I know, it’s crazy. And I don’t even have my work schedule for tutoring yet! But these things are bound to change anyway as I figure out how much time I actually need to get certain types of work done. I think I might actually split this up into two separate schedules: “absolute obligations” (such as class, work, and meals) and “flexible obligations” (such as homework I can reschedule if something comes up). Just because there’s so much going on here haha.
I’ll probably end up working 7-9 each night, except for Wednesdays for obvious reasons, since I can pretty much set my own hours for tutoring. (Which is reaaally nice!)
But more importantly, I’ve started to come up with “rules” for my schedule. I think this is important because when you have flexible, “fake” classes, you may be prone to neglect those obligations. Even if you really want to do them. It just happens. I know I need structure, and I’m sure I’m not alone. So what are the rules I’ve come up with so far?
Flexible obligations are only mildly flexible. They can be moved around if needed, but the time should be made up within one day. If that’s completely impossible, it needs to be schedule ASAP at a time where the work will definitely be done. However, if the work absolutely needs to get done at that time for the next class, the time is not negotiable.
Flashcards or notes must be reviewed every night before bed, optionally every morning. It’s an easy but powerful way to review, so do NOT pass this up!
Be strict on your bedtime and morning routines. These help to lock in the structure of your schedule and will help you sleep.
Wake time is non-negotiable, but bed time can be. This helps to set a good sleep schedule. While bed time should also be the same each night, it’s unrealistic to think you will never have important reasons to stay up occasionally. So setting a specific wake time for every day is important. (Also, sleep debt is a myth, just get into a good sleep schedule.)
Short breaks should be taken periodically when working. It can be anywhere as soon as after 25 minutes of work or 55 minutes (with the break being about 5-10 minutes), but make sure it’s not over an hour, even if you’re in the zone. Doing work without breaks apparently hinders learning by tiring you out. Also, be sure your “break time” isn’t something distracting or else you will likely have trouble getting back to work. Try meditating, eating, drinking, or going to the bathroom. You may even want to workout during one of the breaks!
Let your friends know what you’re doing. Not only will this prevent them from distracting you via text message, but if you tend to be flaky about these things, they might be able to remind you to keep working or ask you what you’re working on. Whatever it takes to be on track!
If I think of more, I’ll post them with the finalized schedule! Also, just as a note, your schedule doesn’t have to look like mine to work. I just really enjoy studying and being very thorough about my work. Plus, I don’t really do much else, in all honesty.
If you want to make your own schedule using my blank template, you can download the Word file here!

hexaneandheels:

Schedule “Progress” Picture

I know, it’s crazy. And I don’t even have my work schedule for tutoring yet! But these things are bound to change anyway as I figure out how much time I actually need to get certain types of work done. I think I might actually split this up into two separate schedules: “absolute obligations” (such as class, work, and meals) and “flexible obligations” (such as homework I can reschedule if something comes up). Just because there’s so much going on here haha.

I’ll probably end up working 7-9 each night, except for Wednesdays for obvious reasons, since I can pretty much set my own hours for tutoring. (Which is reaaally nice!)

But more importantly, I’ve started to come up with “rules” for my schedule. I think this is important because when you have flexible, “fake” classes, you may be prone to neglect those obligations. Even if you really want to do them. It just happens. I know I need structure, and I’m sure I’m not alone. So what are the rules I’ve come up with so far?

  • Flexible obligations are only mildly flexible. They can be moved around if needed, but the time should be made up within one day. If that’s completely impossible, it needs to be schedule ASAP at a time where the work will definitely be done. However, if the work absolutely needs to get done at that time for the next class, the time is not negotiable.
  • Flashcards or notes must be reviewed every night before bed, optionally every morning. It’s an easy but powerful way to review, so do NOT pass this up!
  • Be strict on your bedtime and morning routines. These help to lock in the structure of your schedule and will help you sleep.
  • Wake time is non-negotiable, but bed time can be. This helps to set a good sleep schedule. While bed time should also be the same each night, it’s unrealistic to think you will never have important reasons to stay up occasionally. So setting a specific wake time for every day is important. (Also, sleep debt is a myth, just get into a good sleep schedule.)
  • Short breaks should be taken periodically when working. It can be anywhere as soon as after 25 minutes of work or 55 minutes (with the break being about 5-10 minutes), but make sure it’s not over an hour, even if you’re in the zone. Doing work without breaks apparently hinders learning by tiring you out. Also, be sure your “break time” isn’t something distracting or else you will likely have trouble getting back to work. Try meditating, eating, drinking, or going to the bathroom. You may even want to workout during one of the breaks!
  • Let your friends know what you’re doing. Not only will this prevent them from distracting you via text message, but if you tend to be flaky about these things, they might be able to remind you to keep working or ask you what you’re working on. Whatever it takes to be on track!

If I think of more, I’ll post them with the finalized schedule! Also, just as a note, your schedule doesn’t have to look like mine to work. I just really enjoy studying and being very thorough about my work. Plus, I don’t really do much else, in all honesty.

If you want to make your own schedule using my blank template, you can download the Word file here!

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fitblrvictory:

The 4 Best Core Exercises for Women 

stability:

floral-ink:

stability:

why is my bedroom always so hot

maybe because it holds a portal to hell because satan himself thinks you’re a cutie and is reaching from the depths of hell to touch that booty

i love the science side of tumblr

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