A masterpost on things that you could use to do better in school, and maybe to cheat just a little bit. 

Didn’t Listen In Class?  
Crash Course
Khan Academy
Best Damn Tutoring
The Video Math Tutor
Calculators & Solvers 
Square Root Calculator
Cube Root Calculator
Expression Simplifier
Multi Step Equation Calculator
Slope Intercept Equation Maker
Mathway (this can solve almost anything)
Chemical Equation Balancer
DESMOS Graphing Calculator
Didn’t Read That Book? 
Citing Sources 
Arts Department (Art, Choir, Band) P.S I take art so I’ll have the most resources for that
Instrument Tuner
How To Read A Painting
Mark Crilley Art Tutorials (mostly manga but with some realism)
Sophie Chan (mostly manga)
Oil Painting Techniques
General Tips and Tricks 
Change the time in an email (gmail), for due dates and all
Block Websites for a specific amount of time
Note-Taking Techniques
That’s all. It’s not a lot but I guess it will help. This is my first masterpost and I hope you like it. If any of the links don’t work, just message me. 

I every much enjoy ASOIAF theories, so I decided to make myself a master post of various theories and share it with you! Many of these theories range was serious to plain silly. Some of these links are very long and some of them are just a paragraph. Many of there theories come from Westeros.org, Reddit, asongoftheories and other tumblr users.
I know there are many more theories out there and if you would like me to put them on this list you may message me! (:
The Cleganes: gravedigger - x x video robert strong - x x
Jon Snow: x x x x x x video
Secret Targaryens: x x x x x x
The Knight of the Laughing Tree: x x x
Coldhands: x x x x x x
Aegon VI: x x x x x x
The Reeds: x x x x
The Hooded Man: x x x
Septa Lemore: x x x
Alleras the Sphinx: x x 
Quaithe: x x x
Jaqen H’ghar: x
Melisandre: x x
The Valonqar: x x x x
The Harpy: x video
Tysha: x x
Rhaegar Targaryen: x x x
Missandei: x
Varys: x x x
The Tyrells: x x
Faceless Men: x x
Purple Wedding: x x
Targaryen and Blackfrye Alliance: x 
The North: x x x x x video
Southron Ambitions: x 
The Vale: x 
The Citadel: x x
The Dornish: x video
Dreams & Prophecies:
Patchface: x x
Bran Stark: x x x x
Arya Stark: x
Jon Snow: x x x
Shireen: x
Melisandre: x x 
Moqorro: x
House of the Undying: x x x
Ghost of High Heart: x x x
Maggy the Frog: x x
Quaithe: x x
Mirri Maz Duur: x
Azor Ahai: x x x x x x x x x x
Oberyn poisoning Tywin: x x
Balon Greyjoy’s Death: x
Roose Bolton: x video
Syrio Forel: x x
Sansa Stark: x x
Arya Stark: x
Bran Stark: x x
Daenerys: x x
King’s Landing: x x
Summerhall: x
Winterfell’s crypts: x
Khal Drogo’s Fire: x
Shireen’s Purpose: x x
Benjen Stark: x x x
Meereen: x x
The Pink Letter: x x video
ASOIAF and the Revelations: x
The ending: x x x x x x
Multiple Theories: video

panic/anxiety attack



  • breath in for 4 seconds
  • hold your breath for 7 seconds
  • exhale breath for 8 seconds

repeat once or twice more.

This causes an autonomic nervous system shift from a sympathetic (fight or flight reaction) state to a parasympathetic response.

Use this for panic/anxiety attacks, exams, presentations.

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Fun things to say when someone tells you they’re going to go to the bathroom:

  • Stay safe
  • Congratulations
  • That’s what they all say
  • Different strokes for different folks
  • I hope you have the time of your life
  • But you have so much to live for
  • Please explain
  • think of me

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So what are the benefits of all these oils? Listed are just some of the many benefits of the individual oils for our hair and skin.
Olive Oil:
Penetrates the skin and provides a shield of moisture, keeping the skin smooth and supple.
Soaks into the skin without making it feel greasy.
Great moisturizer especially during the dry cold winter months.
Contains free radicals that help fight aging and skin damage.
Good deep conditioner for dry or damaged hair.
When used lightly can help combat frizz.
Acts as an anti dandruff.
Strengthens the hair.
Jojoba oil:
Helps maintain the oil balance in the scalp and prevent overbuild up that may clog hair follicles.
Great moisturizer (Keeps moisture locked in hair strands).
A close match to our natural hair/skin oil sebum therefore helps balance and maintain the balance of oil on our scalp and skin
Acts as a protective shield from bacteria and dirt.
Helps reduce and prevent stretch marks.

Castor Oil:
Penetrates skin prevents viruses and bacteria helping to cure acne.
Helps heal scars.
Thickens eyelashes and eyebrows.
Prevents hair loss and helps regenerate hair by protecting the scalp.
Using castor oil on scalp and roots of your hair helps regenerate hair growth and thickens the hair.
Leaves hair soft and shiny.
Prevents stretch marks.
Removes moles and warts.
Removes age spots.

Sweet Almond 
a humectant meaning it retains and/or preserves moisture.
It is a good moisturizer which softens the skin.
It can be used to reduce dry flaky itchy skin caused by eczema psoriasis and rashes.
Can also be used on scalp to relive dryness and to condition hair.
It is great for all skin types.
It is non greasy and easily absorbed.
Improves complexion and glow.
Reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
Lightens dark circles under the eyes.
Cures chapped lips and body rashes.

Avocado Oil:
Softens and moisturizes skin and hair.
Helps heal sunburn, scars and reduces age spots.
relieves dryness of skin and itching caused by eczema and psoriasis.
assists in rejuvenation and regeneration of skin. Increases amount of collagen on skin.
lightweight and easily absorbed by hair and skin.
strengthens hair and gives it shine.
has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
Vitamin E oil:
provides moisture as well as antioxidant properties.
Can be used for skin healing and preservation.
Prevents and repairs free radical damage great for brown spots and scars.
Helps repair split ends and hair damaged from heat (blow drying), curling and coloring.
Can be used to heal or prevent sunburn and chapped lips.
Speeds up cell regeneration.
Promotes blood circulation to the scalp.
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Naptural85's Video Tutorial here.

My official first moon photograph. 
Things I learned:
300mm is a decent focal length, but 400mm and above would probably be more ideal. I had to do a lot of cropping and I didn’t get as much detail as I would have liked. 
Use a cropped sensor camera if you have one. You’ll get more reach out of your lens. 
Take many, many, many, many photos at many different exposure levels. The camera will want to overexpose the crap out of the moon. I start there, and then I do one stop lower. One stop lower. Repeat 5 times or so. Don’t trust your little screen, sometimes the ones that look dark will give you the best detail. 
Repeat this procedure with many different apertures. You want to make sure you get a shot with the sharpest part of your lens. I think f/8 to f/16 is usually the butter zone for moon shots. However, for some reason, my sharpest photo came out at f/5.6. 
The image will look tiny. You can crop it later in software. 
Focus manually with live view. Maximum magnification! If you know how to focus on infinity, give that a try too.
The moon moves quicker than you think! Try to keep your shutter speed under 30 seconds. (A full moon is pretty bright so that shouldn’t be an issue) 
ISO 100 or 200. You will need the clearest image possible due to heavy cropping.
Use a tripod and shutter release cable. Even the tiniest shake will blur your photo. Moon is very unforgiving.