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  1. merster98:

    avatargrimes:

    systemofadowny:

    forsciencejohn:

    love-megz:

    annetdonahue:

    The importance of consent: a narrative.

    I will forever reblog this gifset.

    look at how badass she is though i mean some of it gets on her too and doesn’t even give a fuck

    She pours hot liquid on her own leg she’s that badass.

    fire cannot kill a dragon.

    that last comment omg

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  3. missaletheia:

    Painter painting in our land pictures of only white angels
    Painter painting in our time in shadows of yesterday

    Painter, if you paint with love, paint me some black angels now
    For all good blacks in heaven, painter show us that you care

    Eartha Kitt - Angelitos Negros (1970 performance)

    Hier das ganze Video



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  7. smartgirlsattheparty:

    babygooroo:

    swoleginger:

    awaiting-my-escape:

    cultureshift:

    ceevee5:

    blvcknvy:

    Licia Ronzulli, member of the European Parliament, has been taking her daughter Vittoria to the Parliament sessions for two years now.

    Every time this is on my dash, it’s an automatic reblog.

    Life. There’s always a way to make it work.

    This woman runs PARLIAMENT with a baby in her lap and she’s CLEARLY doing an outstanding job because she’s still there being a total boss two years later, baby still in her lap.

    "A baby will destroy your career-"

    Really

    Are you sure?

    Because I’m pretty sure that Licia Ronzulli would laugh at that declaration.

    This is so awesome and makes me happy!!! but why is the baby suddenly blonde in the last photo??

    Love.

    Always reblog.

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  9. nicecleanfight:

    four cereals you will never taste

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  11. itsarthistory:

Bernini’s Baldacchino, St Peter’s Basilica, Rome

    itsarthistory:

    Bernini’s Baldacchino, St Peter’s Basilica, Rome





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  15. Hermione through the years

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  17. bookgeekconfessions:

    booksandhotchocolate:

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released seven years ago - July 21, 2007.

    I CANNOT BELIEVE THAT WAS 7 YEARS AGO!

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  19. mossmagazine:

by: Maddy
Study Tips from a Senior

Here are a few tips that’ll help you get through the tiring hours of studying and doing homework.
Tip 1: Make lists. Listing down everything you want to do gives you a visual representation of what your goals are, and helps you achieve them. Not to mention, the feeling of ticking things off a list is so satisfying.
Tip 2: Prioritize. Do what has to be done now, first, instead of doing the stuff that’s not due for two weeks before the assignment that’s due tomorrow. 
Tip 3: If you need help, ask for it. Nothing is worse than sitting down, looking at the one question for half an hour. Ask someone who may know or a teacher for some answers to your questions. 
Tip 4: Utilize a diary. Keeping yourself organized with due dates and test dates is essential in keeping on top of everything and getting everything done.
Tip 5: Work out what medium you’re using- wether it be your laptop, notebook or anything else. Stick to it. Don’t allow yourself to get distracted.
Tip 6: Take breaks. A break every 20-30 minutes is extremely useful in giving your brain a rest, to ensure you’re retaining the information you are studying.
Tip 7: Make a system with your notes. Use certain colours for headings, certain highlighters for certain subjects. This will help you get in a rhythm and keep everything neat and tidy.
Tip 8: Use palm cards to study. I use palm cards for every subject. I write my notes periodically on palm cards so I can test myself on the bus, train, walking somewhere or just before the test. They’re little and extremely handy.
And a bonus tip to get you through the night before a test: sleep is more important than cramming at 1am! Your brain doesn’t work to capacity late at night, so it won’t intake much information anyway. Sleep is essential to prepare your brain for the next day, so go to bed at 11pm rather than 1am.

    mossmagazine:

    by: Maddy

    Study Tips from a Senior

    Here are a few tips that’ll help you get through the tiring hours of studying and doing homework.

    Tip 1: Make lists. Listing down everything you want to do gives you a visual representation of what your goals are, and helps you achieve them. Not to mention, the feeling of ticking things off a list is so satisfying.

    Tip 2: Prioritize. Do what has to be done now, first, instead of doing the stuff that’s not due for two weeks before the assignment that’s due tomorrow

    Tip 3: If you need help, ask for it. Nothing is worse than sitting down, looking at the one question for half an hour. Ask someone who may know or a teacher for some answers to your questions. 

    Tip 4: Utilize a diary. Keeping yourself organized with due dates and test dates is essential in keeping on top of everything and getting everything done.

    Tip 5: Work out what medium you’re using- wether it be your laptop, notebook or anything else. Stick to it. Don’t allow yourself to get distracted.

    Tip 6: Take breaks. A break every 20-30 minutes is extremely useful in giving your brain a rest, to ensure you’re retaining the information you are studying.

    Tip 7: Make a system with your notes. Use certain colours for headings, certain highlighters for certain subjects. This will help you get in a rhythm and keep everything neat and tidy.

    Tip 8: Use palm cards to study. I use palm cards for every subject. I write my notes periodically on palm cards so I can test myself on the bus, train, walking somewhere or just before the test. They’re little and extremely handy.

    And a bonus tip to get you through the night before a test: sleep is more important than cramming at 1am! Your brain doesn’t work to capacity late at night, so it won’t intake much information anyway. Sleep is essential to prepare your brain for the next day, so go to bed at 11pm rather than 1am.

    (via studytip)





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