feb 20 2024 ∞
feb 22 2024 +

face

  • hygiene
    • face wash
    • exfoliator
    • toner
    • acne spot/eczema treatment
    • moisturiser
  • health
    • sunscreen
    • face mask
    • lip balm
    • massage oil
    • gua sha
    • essence
    • serum
  • grooming
    • eye cream
    • brow pomade
jan 9 2021 ∞
jan 13 2024 +
jun 30 2022 ∞
jan 12 2024 +
jul 7 2022 ∞
jan 12 2024 +

may take multiple trips lul (also i have turned this into a repeat list where i just mark off what i have and repeat for the future)

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meat n fish

  • chicken breast fillets
  • tuna
  • bacon
  • salmon

fruit n veg

  • carrots
  • broccoli
  • cauliflower
  • peas
  • sweet potatoes
  • baking potatoes (lately I acquired an airfryer so I've been addicted to making my own chicken and chips UGHH IT'S SO SPEEDY AND TENDER TOO!!!!!!!!!!!)
jul 7 2022 ∞
dec 24 2023 +

beginning

  • characters
    • character #1 name
      • type of character
      • character traits
      • main goal
  • setting
    • where does the story take place?
    • time
    • what's the season(s) in which the story takes places
    • weather
      • catastrophic event
      • element
      • what are the environmental reactions?
    • sensory detail

middle

jul 26 2022 ∞
dec 23 2023 +

Whatever it is you want to learn to draw, learn the:

  • Perspective for it
  • Life study related to it
  • People and pose study related to it
  • Light study for it (form, then volume, then placing shadows etc)
  • Layouts/Panelling related to it, so copy comics (includes manga/manhwa/manhua)
  • And (privately) copy from other artists related to it
  • most importantly: draw cringe on purpose to help you get over the awkwardness and then go from there

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videos and playlists

books

jan 9 2021 ∞
jan 20 2024 +
list icon

stuff learnt

  • sololearn intro to html module 1
  • sololearn intro to html module 2

stuff learning

  • sololearn intro to html module 3

resources (all free)

notes

  • firefox does not read nested css and will make your site look like pure html
apr 27 2023 ∞
jan 29 2024 +

general

  • i want to make use of decorative papers, stamps and stickers
  • decorate page borders

to make

  • zine on feminism
  • zine on pre-internet activities
  • zine/chapbook on poems i like
  • zine/chapbook of poems of mine ∠( ᐛ 」∠)_
  • zine/chapbook of a short story
  • zine on how to give yourself a facial massage
  • zine on how to structure a penpal letter
  • zine on the various methods of cooking eggs
may 7 2023 ∞
dec 23 2023 +
  • leve quests
  • grand company turn ins
  • Ishgard restoration
  • beast tribes
  • crafting everything in log hq first time
  • custom deliveries
  • collectibles
  • diadem

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  • eat food
  • fc buffs
  • scrips
jan 12 2021 ∞
jan 12 2024 +
  • ∠( ᐛ 」∠)_
  • ༼⁠;⁠´⁠༎ຶ⁠ ⁠۝ ⁠༎ຶ⁠༽
  • (๑‾ ꇴ ‾๑)
  • (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚
  • (☆`• ω •´)b
  • (〃>_<;〃)
  • 乁⁠|⁠ ⁠・⁠ ⁠〰⁠ ⁠・⁠ ⁠|⁠ㄏ
  • (⁰ヮ⁰;;;)
  • ( ・`д・´)
  • ( ・3・)
  • ✧⁠◝⁠(-ˊᗜˋ-)◜⁠✧
  • ✧⁠◝⁠(⁠⁰⁠▿⁠⁰⁠)⁠◜⁠✧
  • ↑←↓→↔※≠
  • ❁ ❀ ❀ ❁
  • (-ˊᗜˋ-)
  • (ΦωΦ)
  • (=ↀωↀ=)✧
jan 12 2024 ∞
feb 22 2024 +
feb 19 2024 ∞
feb 20 2024 +

i traded my tote for a small satchel style bag :3

  • a6 notebook
  • tote bag (folded)
  • black pen
  • blue pen
  • poetry book
  • retractable blade craft knife
  • water bottle
  • bluetooth earphones
  • purse with bank card, cash, and loyalty cards
  • le phone
jan 20 2024 ∞
jan 20 2024 +
  • Flexibility
  • Strength
  • Power
  • Speed
  • Endurance
  • Balance
  • Agility
  • Skill
  • Co-ordination

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Seasonal changes

  • Winter: 21st December to 20th March
  • Spring: 20th March to 21st June
  • Summer: 21st June to 22nd September
  • Autumn: 22nd September to 21st December

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  • Hottest in last two weeks of July
  • UV is strongest between 11am–3pm March–...
jan 9 2021 ∞
jan 20 2024 +
  • Garden Physic — Sylvia Legris
  • Twelve Words for Moss — Elizabeth-Jane Burnett
  • Of Sea — Elizabeth-Jane Burnett
  • Somebody Give this Heart a Pen — Sophia Thakur
  • Acrobat — Nabaneeta Dev Sen (Translatrix: Nandana Dev Sen)
  • Collected Poems — Carol Ann Duffy
  • The Complete Poems of Sappho — Sappho (Translator: Willis Barnstone)
  • My Lover Is a Woman — Various; Edited by Leslea Newman
  • Serious Pleasure: Lesbian Erotic Stories and Poetry — Various
  • More Serious Pleasure: Lesbian Erotic Stories and Poetry — Various
  • Surgically Enhanced — Pam Ayres
  • With These Hands — Pam Ayres (my first poetry book ever hehe)
  • Poems 1962–2020 — Louise Glück
  • Love Without Air — Daisy Lafarge
  • Honorifics — Cynthia Miller
  • The Built Moment — Lavinia Greenlaw
  • Teaching My Mother How to Give Birth — Warsan Shire
  • Flèche — Mary Jean Chan
nov 16 2023 ∞
feb 11 2024 +

January - January is a quiet month in the vegetable garden. It's all about getting ready for the growing year by planning what to grow and making sure everything is in place. In dry spells its good to get out and tidy existing beds and tubs. Cut down dead growth and pull out weeds. Dig over the soil if its not too soggy.

  • Week 1
    • At the allotment continue to dig over beds if weather is mild and soil not too wet. Leave the soil in big lumps for the frost to rain and break down.
    • This is the time to start planning what to grow this year. Make a list of your favourite fruit and vegetables and decide which ones to try.
  • Week 2
    • If growing potatoes its best to use speci...
jan 9 2021 ∞
dec 23 2023 +

pickpocketed me

  • £10 in 5×£1 coins, 6×50p coins, 5×20p coins, 10×10p coins
  • carton of eggs and a jar of honey from the local farm
  • 4 year old phone with duct tape on it
  • haruhi suzumiya purse from 2014 comic con

looted my corpse

  • 15k mAh portable charger
  • mixx streambuds
  • 4 year old phone with duct tape on it
  • stolen vintage sports jumper
  • stolen nike shoes
  • stolen sports bra
  • stolen egyptian cotton socks
  • moomin tote bag (gifted)
  • stolen leather notebook
  • blue satin hairband
  • red velvet hairband
nov 1 2023 ∞
dec 23 2023 +
  • zines
  • dreamwidth
  • femslash fic
  • sewing
  • vampire the masquerade
  • illustration
  • comics

9th feb

  • MOBILE TETRIS
    • 14th feb: okay i hit 82k and i can sorta-T-spin and that's good enough for me.

15th feb

  • i bought a new graphics tablet so DRAWING IS BACK ON THE MENU (inspiroy 2 medium btw)
  • webdev
  • calisthenics
  • ffxiv
sep 9 2023 ∞
feb 16 2024 +
sep 9 2023 ∞
jan 15 2024 +
  • Clay Work and Body Image in Art Therapy: Using Metaphor and Symbolism to Heal, by Trisha Crocker and Susan M.D. Carr
  • Art Therapy in the Treatment of Addiction and Trauma, edited by Patricia Quinn
  • DBT-Informed Art Therapy in Practice: Skillful Means In Action, edited by Susan M. Clark
  • Integrative Art Therapy and Depression: A Transformative Approach, by Vibeke Skov
  • Feminist Approaches to Art Therapy, edited by Susan Hogan
  • Mindful Art Therapy: A Foundation for Practice, by Barbara Jean Davis, Ph.D
  • Art Therapy and Eating Disorders: The Self as Significant Form, by Mury Rabin
feb 22 2024 ∞
feb 22 2024 +
jan 15 2024 ∞
jan 26 2024 +

from the body shop

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF DRY BRUSHING?

Like most beauty trends, there have been some pretty big claims made about body brushing. Die-hard fans swear that 5 minutes a day is all you need for smooth, glowing skin and reduced cellulite. While we’re much more in favour of embracing your soft bits – nothing will get rid of cellulite entirely – regular exfoliation and massage does have its benefits.

The brushing helps remove dead skin cells and ingrown hairs for skin that feels smoother, and massage is said to help boost circulation and stimulate your lymphatic system – the vessels beneath your skin that help the body detoxify. This, its devotees claim, results in everything from glowing skin to an energy boost. And all for a few minutes a day? We think it’s worth a try.

HOW TO USE A DRY BODY BRUSH

jan 9 2021 ∞
jan 13 2024 +

ughhhhhh i hate shopping so much (especially now that most shops have closed their changing rooms indefinitely ˃̣̣̥᷄⌓˂̣̣̥᷅) but i dont hate being short lol

  • small scale prints and motifs, vertically designed, bc larger prints overpower frame
  • make sure armholes dont show bra
  • sleeves should sit at the boney part of shoulders
  • v-neck and scoop necks elongate
  • above the knee hemlines are flattering
  • monochrome colour from head to toe elongates the figure
  • lift waistline with belt or go for high waisted style to give image of better proportion
  • choose narrow silhouettes and wear close to the body in fabrics with a soft drape, as stiff fabrics will give you a boxy (l...
jul 9 2022 ∞
jan 12 2024 +

The UV index does not exceed 8 in the UK (8 is rare; 7 may occur on exceptional days, mostly in the two weeks towards the end of June). Indices of 9 and 10 are common in the Mediterranean area.

(NB: At the end of May and start of June, indices of 8 in the UK have already begun to show, covering most of Southern England. Source: Met Office forecast)

In the UK, the sun's UV rays are the strongest when the sun is highest in the sky between 11am and 3pm, from [mid March] to late September. During this time, the sun can be strong enough to cause sunburn.

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UV index

Index Exposure

  • 1-2 Low - 60min to burn - sunscreen/parasol
  • 3-5 Moderate - 45min to burn - sunscreen ...
jan 9 2021 ∞
jan 12 2024 +
  • bolded = things I eat on the reg
  • ◇ = things I'm going to try next
  • three 125g/4.41oz portions of fruit and veg have shown the same health benefits as eating five 80g portions, this is especially helpful for low income families.
  • normal [80g/2.82oz] or dried fruit [30g/1.1oz]
  • sauce (haha get it)

Red Foods

LYCOPENE May protect cells, helping in the prevention of heart disease. Helps protect the skin from sun damage. May help protect against certain cancers.

Fruit

  • 1 tbsp of tomato purée
  • 1 tomato
  • 2 tinned tomatoes
  • 2 handfuls of raspberries
  • 4 sundried tomatoes
jan 9 2021 ∞
dec 23 2023 +

purpose of exercise for women

  • boosting energy and getting bones and joints ready for old age
  • getting strong enough to defend herself
  • joyfully moving her body to heal her mind
  • discovering the amazing things she can learn to do with her body
  • becoming stronger and more limber
  • feeling good
  • being able to climb, jump, laugh
  • filled with desires from a healed brain
  • strength and stamina to build and do activities with her own community
  • mental strength to become independent with her friends around her
  • not afraid of anyone
  • thriving in herself.

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  • note: a woman's purpose for exercise is n...
jul 7 2022 ∞
dec 23 2023 +

💣💥 The 3-part warmup checklist you should work through before doing push-ups

www.wellandgood.com

Even though a trainer may instruct you to drop down and give them twenty, it's not so great for your body to go from zero to 60 push-ups. There are many muscles and joints involved in executing an upper body exercise—like the push-up—and dynamic warmups are incredibly important to work through beforehand so that you don't wind up hurting something. To nail the push-up and get better at it, you're going to want to work on three key areas.

"Lengthening your muscles is so important, if not more important than strengthening them," says Devan Kline, CEO and co-founder of Burn Boot Camp. "For instance, a total of 17 muscles and joints attach into the shoulder blades, or scapula." He strongly recommends mobility work that ...

aug 1 2023 ∞
dec 23 2023 +

((will add personal notes using double brackets))

Barbara Currie Power Of Yoga on Youtube

also Barabara Currie's actual youtube ch...

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Healthy Eating Plan

Let this brilliant plan help you to lose weight and get into great shape fast

First the good news!

Most people find their shape changes beautifully when they start yoga. Bumps and bulges miraculously disappear and they are thrilled with their new lean muscle tone

Yoga balances your entire body including your weight, helping you to slim down easily and naturally. It does this by:

  • Stimulating your glands which can help to boost your metabolism.
  • Creating long lean muscles which look beautiful and weigh less than those toned by...
jul 30 2022 ∞
jan 17 2024 +

The Good Housekeeping Institute recommends the following as the correct order in which to wash up kitchen items (after clearing envelopes/keys/food away):

  • Scrape off as much food debris as you can. Give each dish a quick rinse before stacking at the side of the sink ready for washing.
  • Soak by filling really grimey items such as pans with hot water and put them to one side to soak. 
  • Clear up by making sure your sink is clean before you start. Using a plastic washing up bowl uses less water and helps to protect items from the sink's hard surfaces. If you don't have a double sink, the gap between the bowl and the sink means you can still use the hot tap for rinsing.
  • Glasses
  • Mugs & Cups
  • Saucers & Side plates
jan 9 2021 ∞
dec 23 2023 +