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Just so you know guys I am learning Italian with Duolingo and it is really good!
I also recommend Duolingo (it offers Spanish, English, French, German, Portuguese, and Italian).
I’ll recommend the Internet Medieval Sourcebook, Hathitrust and the Medieval Bestiary. The last isn’t as useful as the first two, but it’s a hell of a lot of fun.
Thanks to idollism for being the first person to find the bootleg Wydowna.
I used a taobao shipping service (TaobaoFocus) instead of waiting for it to come on Aliexpress. It only cost about 28 dollars including the shipping. I ordered it on April 3, paid for it on the 4th and was at my house on the 17th. I don’t have the original Wydowna but from what I can tell some of the features aren’t that sharp (Like her hand details look a little mushed) or parts don’t look as brightly colored (her forehead eyes don’t look as bright as they do on the real doll). Her limbs are super bendy and she seems really glossy? Her hair only seems to have one very slim bald spot where the hair bump part is but the rest of her hair is really thickly rooted and the hair seems a little cheap compared to the real doll.
But for a bootleg it is really great, so if you really wanted Wydowna or what ever, it is worth the 28 dollars.
- clean bathroom tips
- organize your closet
- how to fix a leaky faucet
- how to keep a clean kitchen
- removing stains from your carpet
- how to coupon
- what to do when you can’t pay your bills
- see if you’re paying too much for your cell phone bill
- how to save money
- How to Balance a Check Book
- How to do Your Own Taxes
- how to take care of yourself when you’re sick
- things to bring to a doctor’s appointment
- what to expect from your first gynecologist appointment
- how to make a doctor’s appointment
- how to pick a health insurance plan
- a list of stress relievers
- how to get free therapy
- what to do if you get pulled over by a cop
- a list of hotlines in a crisis
- things to keep in your car in case of an emergency
- recipes that take 30 minutes or less
- Yummy apple thing
- Brownie in a cup
- Cookie in a cup
- French bread pizza
- Egg tacos
- panera mac n cheese recipe
- different salad recipes
- harry potter recipes
- healthy recipes
- various cookie recipes
- chocolate cupcakes w/ eggless cookie dough topping
- s’mores pie
- nutella hot chocolate
- peanut butter nutella swirl cookies
- cookie in a mug
- starbucks holiday drinks
- fruit leathers
- brownie in a mug
- how to make ramen 1000x better
- eggless cookie dough (not to bake, just to eat)
- make recipes using things you already have
- how to put together a very fancy cheese plate
- make different flavored lemonades
- various desert recipes
- make tiny chocolate chip cookies
- 20 dishes every cook should know
- learn how to make your own tea
- Macaroni and cheese in a mug
- Study snacks (2)
- 40 on-the-go breakfast recipes
- what the hell is a mortgage?
- first apartment essentials checklist
- how to care for cacti and succulents
- the care and keeping of plants
- Getting an apartment
- time management
- create a resume
- find the right career
- how to pick a major
- how to interview for a job
- How to write cover letters
- ULTIMATE PACKING LIST
- Traveling for Cheap
- Travel Accessories
- The Best Way to Pack a Suitcase
- How To Read A Map
- How to Apply For A Passport
- How to Make A Travel Budget
I’ve been living on my own for almost 4 years now and I have like 50 tabs open.
Bless the person who put together this post, it ought to be made into a pamphlet for everyone in highschool/college.
1. Become awesome at Excel. (x)
5. Start reading faster. (x)
6. Learn a language! (x)
7. Pickle your own vegetables. (x)
8. Improve your public speaking skills. (x)
9. Get a basic handle of statistics. (x)
10. Understand basic psychology. (x)
12. Learn to negotiate. (x)
13. Stop hating math. (x)
14. Start drawing! (x)
15. Make your own animated GIF. (x)
16. Appreciate jazz. (x)
18. Get better at using photoshop. (x)
20. Learn to knit. (x)
24. Tie your shoelaces more efficiently. (x)
I just wanted to let you guys know that I found a website that offers student discounts (well, for uni and college) for stores like asos, boohoo, topshop, topman, Dorothy Perkins, polaroid, ax paris, and a bunch of other sites! If you’re plus size like me asos and boohoo will be especially helpful since they have a plus size section (i personally like the look of boohoo’s clothes since they a have better selection on basics).
Plus, when you sign up you can refer others and get credit towards a giftcard to asos or topshop up to $50 a month :D I also use this in conjunction with ebates/ebates.ca, so I also get cashback when I’m online shopping. I just got a giftcard for asos today, and it saved me some money on items i’ve been meaning to get and I got cashback for shopping :D
No skin care regimen, natural or otherwise, is complete without a deep cleansing mask. In keeping with natural yet effective, I love Indian Healing Clay by Aztec Secret, available from the Vitamin Shoppe (aka my new Sephora).
You can feel this working as it dries—gently pulsating your skin clean! It’s also super easy to make! Mix 1part clay with 1 part water OR apple cider vinegar (guess which one I use…), mix well and apply to desired area (it’s also a great body mask!!)
For my face I use about 1 tablespoon of clay with 1 tbsp of raw, organic apple cider vinegar for added astringent benefit.Happy deep cleansing & facial pulsing loves! Stay pretty today & do something good for you!!
** REBLOG AND WIN ** The Ultimate Megapack for Photoshop has been updated and now contains over 100 brushes for the same discounted price as the original pack.
This is my best-selling set and it includes a wide range of incredibly realistic pencils, inks, gouache, oil and acrylic brushes, as well as some FX brushes, erasers, blenders and smudge tools. There is even a perspective grid brush.
THREE random Tumblr followers who reblog this post will win a free Megapack on Sunday, March 30th (Value: $13).
Thanks for the support, artist friends, and happy painting to all!
Some of you inquired about brushes. Well HERE’S SOME MORE. Used some a these for the LGAL wip piece i put up a few days ago. Looove em!
I get a lot of asks on gif making, I’m SHIT at tutorials, but I hope this helps…? Kind of? …I tried. Ignore the typos ^^;
What goes into styling a wig? In general, not much: creativity, a little bit of elbow grease, blood, sweat, tears… and the right tools. The arsenal of a cosplayer who has wigs as their calling may seem a bit daunting at first glance, but in actuality it is composed of a few basics that you will use over and over again. Look below the cut for the breakdown.
*EDIT* The previous version only listed up to wig caps, and once again Hanyaan saves the day by pointing this out. Formatting has been fixed and the whole list should be displayed now. Who knew three dashes could fuck formatting up so badly?