Okay I’m gonna send some things off in the mail and then I’m gonna come back to make a brief post about my weekend. Let’s hope no one sees this ass kissing picture when I’m scanning.
Hana and Ookami↳ Yuki's birth
This was my chemistry professor.
Nine years ago, Japanese photographer Miyoko Ihara began snapping pictures of the relationship between her grandmother and her odd-eyed white cat. Miyoko’s grandma Misao found the abandoned cat in a shed on her land and the pair have barely been apart since. Misao named the white cat “Fukumaru” in hope the “God of fuku (good fortune) comes and everything will be smoothed over like maru (circle)”. Fukumaru is always in Misao’s shadow whether she is farming her land, having a bath, eating or sleeping. Now nearly a decade later their friendship and adventures have been documented by Miyoko in a photo book called Misao the Big Mama and Fukumaru the Cat.
from the Telegraph
Single handedly the sweetest thing ever.
please watch gekkan shoujo nozaki-kun
Hung out with friends today!
-JSK: AP Butterfly Flower
-Blouse: Forever 21
-Bag: BTSSB Heart Ribbon/BTSSB Usakumya Pochette
-Boots: Bodyline 224
絶対絶望少女 ダンガンロンパ Another Episode PV 2
Went kayaking with my girlfriend and we made the cutest friend!
excuse me WHY are his hands up i cant handle this
HAY AALEX!! IMA BIG HUSHPUPPY!! DOONT I LOOK LIKE A BIG HUHSPUPPY????
Essential Productivity Apps for any student:
- Caffeine- Prevents your screen from going into sleep mode. Great if you’re writing notes on an article and the screen keeps dimming, whilst you hope that if you stare long enough, the phrase “homologous ways to a view of hegemony” will start to make sense.
- Flux- If you find that you can’t sleep for ages after studying late at night, then this app is a total game changer. It basically turns the light on the screen red, because science people say that blue light keeps you awake and red light doesn’t. (*Full Disclosure* I’m not a scientist)
- Focusbar- The annoying voice of your mother nagging you to finish your homework…in app form. You can set the annoying level (I have it set on “wildly annoying”) and a bar will appear in the corner every few seconds to remind you that you’re supposed to be doing something else besides looking at cat photos.
- Microsoft Office- self explanatory, so I’ve linked to an article about life hacks for Microsoft Office instead. Because I’m just that awesome.
- Nag- Does your 5 minute study break keep turning into an hour on Youtube? Then you need Nag in your life. It’s basically an alarm/timer. But an extremely loud and annoying alarm/timer that’s very difficult to ignore. The bells genuinely sound more judgemental the longer you ignore it.
- Self Control- Also known as Cold Turkey for Microsoft users. If you absolutely cannot be trusted with an internet connection, then you need Self Control in your life. You add a list of websites to the “blacklist”and then set how long you want the app to work for, and for that duration of time you wont be able to access those website. Seriously, not even rebooting your computer or uninstalling the app will let you access the blacklist until your time is up. Tough love at its finest.
- Zotero- The new love of my life. Zotero allows you to manage all your citations and sources in one easy place. It’s an absolute life saver- no joke. There’s an in-word add in, so it will write your bibliography and citations for you in any format you want. There’s a chrome/firefox add in and a mobile app, so you don’t even have to type the citation into Zotero. Just press the button it does all the hard work for you. It even updates itself online, so you can still access your bibliography if your computer crashes. I <3 Zotero 5eva.
Reblogged partly for the resources and partly because I actually did spend a while puzzling out the meaning of “homologous ways to a view of hegemony”
I think maybe it means arriving at an understanding of dominant power structures and ideologies by way of similar or ultimately identical paths (presumably in a context that’s revealing how two seemingly different paths are, in fact, homologous)