i have never seen a cat look more like cas in my damn life man
little things that actually make a difference to general life happiness:
•drinking lots of water
•eating fresh fruit
•thinking positively about yourself and others
•washing your face twice a day
•changing your sheets once a week
•hot baths with Epsom salts
•face masks using from things in your house
•sleeping more than 7 hours per night
•reorganizing your clothes, makeup, possessions etc
•keeping your living space clean
If you are a man and you learn about the thousands of years of oppression against women which has culminated in truly hazardous social conditions for them in the present day, and your first reaction is “men have problems too”, then I ask you to take a moment to truly reflect on your position, and why you feel the need to make women’s struggle about you.
abolish the concept of ‘passing’ & start accepting that theres no specific way any gender has to look to be valid
3 Biggest Writing Mistakes
After constructing over 400(ish) posts on the art of writing, I’ve started to see some patterns. I feel like I’m always mentioning the same things and I worry about repeating myself. However, I realized that I say a few things over and over again because they’re important and they are the building blocks of writing a good story. Researching these topics and coming up with the same results has improved my writing over the past year and a half and I hope I have helped you. As a summary of all these posts, I’ve come up with the 3 biggest writing mistakes that MANY novelists make.
Weak character development
Character development is one of the most important things to focus on when it comes to writing. In order for people to care about your story, they must care about your characters. Do whatever you need to do to work on character development. Read blog posts, get books from the library, fill out character forms, etc. Developing strong characters is so important and crucial to any story. Here are a few posts I’ve done myself to get you started.
Being too wordy, over describing what’s going on, and over writing scenes is something that nearly every writer does. This is okay in your first draft, but you need to remember to edit these things down later. If you can say something in two words instead of a paragraph, do it. Don’t overuse adverbs and adjectives. Describe only what is necessary to your story or else you’ll drag it down and bore your readers.
How much you need to plan can vary, but it’s hard to jump write into a full length novel without any preparation. If you’re having plot problems, this might be because you haven’t planned enough. Take the time to prewrite and brainstorm before you begin writing. It will save you time and frustration later on. If you spend a good amount of time planning, you’ll also get your creative juices flowing. You’ll come up with great ideas that you might have missed otherwise.
what is remotely funny about skeletonsThe humor comes frominside us allOr maybe it’s just aninside joke
You might say this is a bare bones form of humor
i just think it’s humerus
this really hits my funny bone