The other day at work, I told a coworker of mine not to forget her sketchbook. She thanked me, but told me that it wasn’t a sketchbook, it was a bullet journal. My look of confusion was met with an “oh you’re gunna love this!” as she opened hers up.
Fangirls, as I’m sure you’ve noticed, my newfound love of Pokémon knows no bounds. It’s a bizarre and beautiful game, and I love it a stupid amount. I’ve been playing Pokémon for less than a year, but a couple months ago I decided to embark on a new level of Pokétrash; I was going to literally catch ’em all. I want, more than anything, to have a complete living Pokédex. Having a living ‘dex is neat, because it means you can help other people when they’re looking for specific Pokémon, and you can complete your in-game Pokédexes. It’s a ton of work, but I wouldn’t be able to do it without the Pokémon Bank.
Fangirls, I love tattoos, and I love Kate Leth. I think her work is phenomenal, and her ability to do what she wants is really inspiring. So when I was in Earthward, I grabbed myself her mini from Retrofit/Big Planet called Ink for Beginners: A Comic Guide to Getting Tattooed.
I’ve stumbled into a pretty lovely little app, Fangirls. It does have some cons, but for the most part, this is a really versatile app that allows you to do a whole bunch right from your phone, and then do even more bunches from there. Letters, cards, notes, essays, even envelopes, anything you need to design, type up, brainstorm, or design, Pages has us covered from the comforts of Apple.
Every Friday, I try to put out the most useful information about sex and sexuality that I can to the online world, Fangirls. So I figured, why not talk about some useless stuff. Well, it’s not totally useless, random factoids do have their place. Like in this article. I’ve compiled some interesting & hilarious facts about sex and anatomy so that, in the true spirit of sex, we can all have a laugh and learn something new.
Hey Fangirls! I may not be the most avid of cosplayers, but when I set my mind to a cosplay, it’s hard to change it. Sadly, I am not super organized about it, so I end up taking weird amounts of time for everything. Luckily, my friend Mandy suggested that I check out an awesome app called Cosplanner.
Fangirls, numbers stress me out a bit. I’ve always been bad with numbers, it’s just how it is. There’s so many games & apps that involve numbers, and a lot of the time I find then overwhelming. However, Noda has proven to be a fun, comfortable way to play around with some numbers.
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