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What To Wear To Work


If any of you are like me, working in a business casual environment and wondering how the hell to pick something to wear that doesn’t require much effort, I have done research! Basically, assuming some staples in a semi-professional wardrobe, I’ve got a formula that might come in handy. These should work if you have at least one of each from the list below; more will allow you to have more variety. For example, I have significantly more than one cardigan.(I have a lot. What can I say, I get cold easily.)

The Basics

  • a blazer/jacket (solid color, black or navy is the most versatile) 
  • a skirt (work appropriate length is no more than a couple inches above the knee)
  • a pair of good trousers (doesn’t have to be slacks, but not jeans)
  • a dress (not too short and not showing off cleavage or too much back)*
  • a pair of nice darkwash jeans (ones that fit well and have no holes)
  • a blouse
  • a white button-up shirt
  • a nice long-sleeved shirt
  • a cardigan
  • a pair of fancy heeled shoes (I recommend close-toed)
  • a pair of fancy flats
  • accessories: any selection of belts, bracelets, necklaces, watches, and earrings

The Formula

  1. blouse + skirt + jacket + heels
  2. shirt + cardigan + trousers + heels
  3. dress + jacket+ flats
  4. shirt + jeans + heels
  5. button up shirt + dress + belt + heels
  6. shirt + cardigan + skirt + belt + heels
  7. button up + skirt + flats
  8. dress + heels
  9. blouse + cardigan + trousers + heels
  10. button up + cardigan + skirt + belt + heels
  11. button up + jeans + flats
  12. blouse + cardigan + skirt + heels
  13. dress + cardigan+ heels
  14. blouse + belt + trousers + heels
  15. button up + cardigan + skirt + heels
  16. shirt + skirt + heels
  17. dress + cardigan + heels
  18. shirt + jacket + trousers + flats
  19. blouse + skirt + belt + flats
  20. button up shirt + skirt + heels


So you want to make an OC?: A Masterpost of Ways to Create, Develop, and Make Good OCs!

i made this masterpost in hopes that it helps you in making your own OCs ah;; it can also apply to developing RP characters i suppose! if you’d like to add more resources then go for it sugar pea (´ヮ`)!

How to Write Better OCs:

Character Development:


Mary Sue/Gary Stu







again, this is to help inspire you or help establish your OCs! i hope you get a lot of info and help from this ahh ( ´ ▽ ` )ノ

(Source: herorosalyn)

carry-on-wayward-fallen-angel asked:

Once you get this you have to say five things you like about yourself, publicly, then send this to ten of your favorite followers (non-negotiable)

Hey, wow, um hi! Thanks for sending this to me~! 

1. I have purple hair.

2. My brain-to-mouth filter only ever operates at about 10% so I socialize at a point where if you like me, that’s cool, but if you don’t—oh well.

3. I don’t mind being wrong. Which really helps for participation credit in class—because I’m not so paranoid I won’t speak up.

4. I cook pretty well— about three steps up from edible.

5. I have legible cursive handwriting, which I use to take notes.

Still can’t believe senpai picked me~ <3 o(≧∇≦o)




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"Just got a brand new pack of Filibuster’s fireworks. Think I should set them off during Crowley’s class?"

"Dude, no, the last time you pulled something like that, you got two weeks worth of detention! It’s a stupid idea."

"I have to agree with Sam on this one, Dean."

"Oh, c’mon you guys, where’s that Gryffindor ‘daring’ you hear so much about?"

Only one person guessed all the houses right—nice work, va-va-voomstiel! :DD

So, what a lot of people forget about the sorting is that a person is not necessarily placed in the house that fits their most dominate traits, but rather, which they choose to act on. (That’s why Hermione wasn’t sorted into Ravenclaw, or Ron into Hufflepuff, or Harry into Slytherin.)

With that in mind, Dean is in Hufflepuff, because when all is said and done, he will choose family without hesitation. He is also enduring, as well as compassionate to the point where he will often put others before himself.

Castiel is Gryffindor because of his strength of will and loyalty to ideals. If someone challenges or threatens his sense of conviction, you can bet he will confront the problem head on or else do things his way. He has a proud head on his shoulders, and sometimes, it’s his downfall. 

Sam is in Gryffindor for his courage, daring, and chivalry. Though he has the intelligence and wisdom characteristic of a Ravenclaw, he often uses his intellectual ability as a means to protect, or as a weapon. Perhaps most significantly, though, is his need to self-sacrifice in the name of others. 

I know this is kind of an unpopular opinion within the fandom, but hey, I figured I’d put it out there anyway on the off chance someone else shares it~

I see a lot of hipster text posts wishing for autumn so they can have their pumpkin spice lattes and turtle neck sweaters. The sweaters are cute, but I thought you might want to know more about your seasonal addiction.

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best swear ever


Dude, you didn’t know that? Pretty much all of the Chinese in Firefly was a classic example of Getting Shit Past the Censors.

Firefly’s 15 Best Chinese Curses and How To Say Them

Just in case you needed to know useful Chinese phrases like “Holy mother of god and all her wacky nephews.”

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