A mix for all the badass bitches ♛ [ L I S T E N]
1. If I had a heart - Fever Ray // 2. Heads Will Roll - Yeah Yeah Yeahs // 3. Kill Of The Night - Gin Wigmore // 4. Hell On Hells - Pistol Annies // 5. Problem - Natalia Kills // 6. Night Of The Hunter - 30 Seconds to Mars // 7. Maneater - Blue Eyed Blondes // 8. Oh Death - Jen Titus // 9. Seven Devils - Florence + The Machine // 10. Lose Your Soul - Dead Man’s Bones // 11. Howl - Florence + the Machine // 12. Electra Heart - Marina & The Diamonds // 13. Damned If She Do - The Kills // 14. Warrior Concerto - the Glich Mob
mine says a female, 18-24, interested in fashion and beauty, so most of my ads are from retailers who specialize in makeup and dresses - so it’s entirely accurate
okay the tags on this post are absolutely golden
I couldn’t help but notice that a lot of the songs in Frozen have similar words, so this happened.
I love this :D
I think I’ve found my favourite video
Ke$ha | Timber (2014 Solo Version)
Ooooh, I LOVE this question!
Lots of people keep journals with systematic diary entries, but I understand that it doesn’t work for everyone.
Here are some cool/interesting/fun/motivational/productive things you can do that don’t necessarily include keeping a diary:
- Turn a Moleskine (or other notebook) into a planner/organizer/PDA/productivity system
- 52 lists
- 30 Days of Lists
- Answer "50 Questions That Will Free Your Mind"
- Start a gratitude journal
- Create a "life handbook"
- Keep morning pages
- Start a scrapbook
- Use journal prompts to answer questions when you feel like it
- Participate in the 7-week Life Cleanse
- Keep these 9 lists updated — REALLY useful things to keep track of!
- Take notes as you learn something new
- Use a notebook to keep track of goal-setting and productivity: 60 Ways to Improve Your Life in 100 Days
- Keep a recipe book
- Keep a reading journal/movie journal/music journal/fashion journal
- Start a quote book
- Make a travel journal — use it to plan your trip/vacation, then glue in transportation ticket stubs, itineraries, maps, photographs, dinner receipts at fancy restaurants, and write about your adventures
- Doodle in it
- Write poetry
- Cut out and glue pretty pictures
- Create a bucket list journal and record each item as you complete it
Does that give you enough ideas to start with? :)
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Defo doing this!
I want to create a life handbook so much.
I’m turning 20 this year. it is probably time to get some goals in place.
I’ve probably read somewhere around 250ish(?) lesfic titles over my lifetime, but there is still a f-ckton I haven’t read! So this is my own limited and idiosyncratic list of favorites. What with so many books and so little time, I hardly ever revisit a book I’ve read, but would (and probably will and in some cases already have) happily reread any of these.
After Mrs. Hamilton by Clare Ashton. Kind of like Dickens for lesbians: Broad time/space scope, Secrets From The Past, seriously intricate plot, strange coincidences, fascinating multidimensional characters. Plus lesbian sex! Some Amazon reviewers seem to think it’s a little dark; however, I see light in it too. Loved it and highly recommend it.
a/k/a by Ruthann Robson. A bit off-beat; the two protagonists are a law student/lesbian escort and a soap opera actress in a relationship with a mentally ill woman who is the biological mother of their son (yeah, it’s all kind of weird, but surprisingly believable). Dark with some real sadness, but laced with humor. Very well done; highly recommended.
Her Name in the Sky by Kelly Quindlen. YA coming of age/coming out in a Catholic school context. Really excellent: Beautiful writing; sensitive and nuanced treatment of issues (religion, coming out, etc.); appealing yet flawed primary characters; great cast of secondary characters; excellent depiction of high school/peer group culture; snappy, realistic, often humorous dialogue. Technically YA, but highly recommended for adults as well.
Pages for You by Sylvia Brownrigg. College freshman Flannery falls for 28-year-old teaching assistant Anne; passionate affair ensues. Excellent writing, characters, settings: Just excellent overall. It’s extremely evocative for me personally, so your mileage may vary, but it has also gotten a lot of praise from “real” critics as well as many other readers. Highly recommended.
The Sea of Light by Jenifer Levin. The story of collegiate swimmers Ellie Marks (dedicated and hard-working team captain, daughter of Holocaust survivors) and Babe Delgado (Cuban-American, former aspiring Olympian, sole survivor of over-ocean airplane crash). Brenna Allen, their coach, is also a lesbian with her own backstory (no boundaries are crossed). Multi-dimensional characters, interesting story, excellent writing. An old favorite of mine; highly recommended.
Let me just fill this with all my sex songs omfg
- Skeleton Key - Kenzie May
- Ayo Technology - Milow
- Do I Wanna Know - Arctic Monkeys
- Whatever You Like - Anya Marina
- Dip It Low - Christina Milian
- Love out of Lust - Lykke Li
- Everybody Talks - Neon Trees
- Lying is the Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off - Panic At The Disco
- Tides - The XX
School has started or will very soon so what would be better to do than to gather some great resources for a better school year?
- Evernote - keep your research at one place
- Khan Academy - over 4,200 educational videos
- Mathaway - helps you solve almost every math problem
- Cliffnotes - read and prep for school work
- Studious - great way to keep track of schedule
- iFormulas - references for mathematical formulas
- Pocket - save studies and articles much easier
- Science glossary - for those hard science words
- Studyblue - online flashcards for your next test
- Any.do - daily planner
- Dropbox - don’t rely on your computer alone, make sure your notes and papers are safely uploaded online, just in case.
- Feed.ly - gather all your fav websites for research or whatever in one place - I love this myself!
- Scribd - online library
- Self Control - we all know self control during work or school isn’t always around
- TED - lots of good presentation by interesting people
- Chegg - don’t have all the money for new text books? Chegg lets you rent many text books for much less than it costs to buy
- Duolingo - learning a new language? Then I’ll recommend this one
- Mint.com - make sure you’ve got your money straight
- Alarmy - hard to get up in the morning? Well, this alarm makes you take a picture of your sink to turn it off!
- Sworkit - don’t forget that exercise will make it easier to concentrate!
Don’t forget to look at my 27 websites for a new year - where you can find lots of other resources for health, fitness, school/work and div when starting a new year(school year too)
I’ve also got a post called 53 posts for students which contains nutrition and fitness posts especially for students!