johannathemad:

"MELISSA" AGGRESSIVELY PLAYING IN THE DISTANCE

emper-or:

OLD SCHOOL ANIME CRED
only 90’s shitty otaku will remember this etc etc etc etc etc 

LISTEN HERE ]

1 ; JUST COMMUNICATION from Gundam Wing || 2 ; Angel Blue from Those Who Hunt Elves  || 3 ; Datenshi Blue from Kaiken Phrase || 4 ; Yakusoku wa Iranai from Vision of Escaflowne || 5 ; Everybody! Shake it Buddy! from FAKE || 6 ; Fukai Mori from Inuyasha || 7 ; Heart of Sword from Rurouni Kenshin || 8 ; Love Me from Yami no Matsuei || 9 ; Never die from Slayers Excellent || 10 ; Tokimeki no Dokasen from Fushigi Yugi || 11 ; THE RAGE BEAT from Gravitation || 12 ; Velvet Underworld from Weiss Kreuz || 13 ; Tenchi Muyo! from Tenchi Muyo! || 14 ; Ultra Relax from Kodomo no Omocha || 15 ; truth from Shoujo Kakumei Utena || 16 ; Cruel Angel’s Thesis from Neon Genesis Evangelion || 17 ; VOICES from Macross Plus || 18 ; YOU GET TO BURNING from Martian Successor Nadesico || 19 ; Peony Pink from CLAMP School Detectives || 20 ; Evil Flowers from Nightwalker || 21 ; Get Over from Hikaru no Go || 22 ; breeze from Slayers Try || 23 ; FOR REAL from Gensomaden Saiyuki || 24 ; Senobi O Shite Follow You! from Magic User’s Club || 25 ; Beautiful Alone from Weiss Kreuz

snh-snh-snh:

I keep thinking oh man, I’m so immature. How am I allowed to be an adult.

Then I spend time with teenagers.

And it’s like, wow, okay, yeah. I am an adult. I am so adult. Look at me adulting all over the place.

I’m writing a list of “things I’ve done today” as an attempt to see if I can overcome my procrastination and crippling anxiety associated with it by tackling it from a different direction. Rather than making checklists of what I MUST do (which always just adds stress and makes me grow worse) I’m making a list as I go of things I have done.

So far it’s a list of ten things. Not very MAJOR things (one of them is that I took the dogs for a walk, another is that I took a small break for video games) but… I feel a little accomplished, even if it’s only small things. I also finished 1/2 of the homework due today, which didn’t take me long at all as I just suddenly did it (until I hit a roadblock and switched to doing something else rather than try to push it too much).

If I can finish it today, that’s great, but if I can’t, I’ll try later. It’ll be okay.

I hope it’ll be okay.

Reblog if you dont shave your legs everyday.

my-herbal-journey:

I just want everyone to see how unrealistic some expectations are.

I finished reading David Cain’s Article on Procrastination…

—And I’ve been crying for most of it.

Because I’m not reading someone’s idea of procrastination, with some magic solution on how to fix it, or why it “isn’t a problem”…

I’m reading me. Everything hits not only close to heart, but straight into the centre of it. And it’s dawning on me that perhaps rather than just call me a procrastinator, it’s better to try and look at it from a collective perspective.

I’m a Procrastinator, a Perfectionist, someone who received threats of not being allowed on the internet or on a computer when my grade card showed a B, someone who was afraid her mother would throw her out of the car the first time she risked a failing grade in a course she didn’t understand, someone with stress-induced IBS, someone with Anxiety.

And I’m terrified of failure.

And I know what you’re thinking; everyone is. Failing is horrible. But more than that, to me, failing is death. My worst fear is that someone will be disappointed in me, that someone will be let down, that I will not be able to achieve what people expect of me. Other people’s view of me is vital to my self-image, and that very same self-image is so desperately dependent on my achievements that it’s crippling.

I can’t say no; saying “no” indicates I can’t do something, that I can’t live up to expectations (“Because surely, they wouldn’t ask me unless they knew I could do it?”) and doing so = failure.

I can’t do written tests in a classroom. I break down crying before/during/after depending on how long my nerves hold, and I fear that I might be seen in a negative light; as if I’m a lesser human being unless I achieve A’s. I had a conversation with a thoroughly confused Japanese teacher when I expressed my disappointment in myself over receiving a mere B+ on a speech. He couldn’t see what I saw; that I had failed to perform as I should have.

All of these things might be correlated, rather than individual aspects of me, and my procrastination is likely (read: certainly) linked to more than just the pure procrastination of it. It’s not just about wanting to laze about and do things later; I become crippled by myself, spend days doing ABSOLUTELY nothing while imagining in my head that I have no time, there’s too little time, not enough time—

There’s always enough time. But if I start it and DON’T finish it now, I fail.

Maybe I need to talk to someone… but thinking of going as far as to talk to a therapist makes me cry again, because that means there’s something wrong with me.

It means I might have simply failed at being a normal human being. That I fail to function on my own. That I need help. And people who know me know that if there’s one thing (aside from all these other fucked-up things) I hate doing, it’s ask for help.

—Because if I ask for help, it means I’m not good enough to do it on my own.

And that equals failure.

It turns out procrastination is not typically a function of laziness, apathy or work ethic as it is often regarded to be. It’s a neurotic self-defense behavior that develops to protect a person’s sense of self-worth.

You see, procrastinators tend to be people who have, for whatever reason, developed to perceive an unusually strong association between their performance and their value as a person. This makes failure or criticism disproportionately painful, which leads naturally to hesitancy when it comes to the prospect of doing anything that reflects their ability — which is pretty much everything.

Procrastination Is Not Laziness | Thought Catalog

I’ve posted this before but I’m posting it again because it’s just so important and really gets at the heart of why so much advice about procrastination, much of it targeted at people who have ADHD but are just considered “lazy,” fails. Before you can tell someone to “just do it already,” you need to think about the reasons they’re NOT doing it, like all the meanings they’ve attached to vague terms like “success” and “failure.”

(via brutereason)

keyhala:

*rolls around* Playing around so much with different ways of shading with this piccccc—

But it’s fun owo

Small break now due to hand hurts, then on to fabric— I’m most nervous for when I’m getting to the 3DMG though———

*rolls around* Playing around so much with different ways of shading with this piccccc—

But it’s fun owo

Small break now due to hand hurts, then on to fabric— I’m most nervous for when I’m getting to the 3DMG though———


ARTIST: Nene
TRACK: Kusari no Shoujo (Part)

Found a new song I liked, called “Kusari no Shoujo” (Original Artist Noboru feat. Hatsune Miku) and I want to cover it but it’s both difficult to sing and a little too high in key for me— I won’t give up though, but here’s a sample to begin with~!

lellatron:

triceraderp:

Scar just explained my life in one scene.

He dropped simba

(Source: onceuponadisny)

euclase:

rockchester:

Sorry, I’m still stuck on that Gordon Ramsay as the Potions Master post.

"We’re going to use fresh, vibrant dragon toenails, locally grown and sustainable."

"You don’t add eye of newt to a room temperature cauldron, you ignorant shit."

"It’s fucking raw!"

This would go great with Bobby Singer, Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher.

"Here, let me look it up in my How to Sweet-Talk Ukrainian Dragons manual. Oh, wait. No one ever wrote one."