krublogslife

Recipes, life hacks, tips, crafts, etc

lifewithwingchun:

Workouts specifically made for nerds. I as a nerd myself am totally interested in trying some of these!

http://neilarey.com/

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mightyhealthyquest:

IT’S ALWAYS TEA TIME!

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panic/anxiety attack

  • breathe 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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asbaeks:

okay so I’ve seen a lot of really cool things around the internet so I thought I’d compile a bunch of references and fun things into one easy post for y’all! this has been a real long time in the making but it’s finally finished uwu (◡‿◡✿)

  • any links on this masterpost broken? use this!
BEING AN ADULT
CHEER UP
FILMS
FOOD
FUN STUFF
GENDER & SEXUALITY
MENTAL ILLNESS
SCHOOL
SELF CARE
SOUNDS
THEMES
TV
MISC

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Save Your Computer

rphelper:

hello095:

I have the worst luck. I’ve broken five computers and four laptops but I’ve finally learnt my lesson. After losing my work so many times, I have been great at rewriting because I’d never backed anything up.

Take it from me:

  • Even if you backup your work in one external source from your computer, back it up online or in as many places as you can
  • Back up according to how much valuable work you have so if you save work/programs frequently, back up once every week
  • If you have a Windows computer, go onto Control Panel and search “back up”. Click on the first link and follow through from there
  • Do not wait until it’s too late

I may add more information on if I can think of any, but here are some useful links on some other ways to back up your computer:

Windows help to backing up files

How to Back Up a Computer (among other devices)

How to Back up Data

The absurdly simple guide to backing up your PC

Three Best Ways to Back Up Your Files

6 cheap ways to back up your files

8 Ways to Back up Your Computer Files

How to back up your data

Done a Computer Backup Lately?

Google Drive is a great resource to use for backing things up.

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prettypasta:

Spinach and Ricotta Stuffed Shells with Spicy Chorizo

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starkexpos:

starkexpos:

Today I decided I wanted to make traditional Chinese tea eggs. If you don’t go to the night market, the night market comes to you.

🔪 Eggs (I used 8 medium-sized eggs because my crock pot is small.)
🔪 Soy Sauce
🔪 Chinese Five Spice
🔪 Sugar (however much 2 sugar cubs is)
🔪 Good Quality Black Chinese Tea (I used a combination of Adagio’s Yunan Noir and Dragon Pearls)


🍴 Hard-boil 6-12 (your choice) eggs in a large pan (I recommend placing the eggs in the pan, filling enough cold water to top the eggs, bring the eggs and water to a high bubble, immediately remove from heat and place a lid on the pot and let the eggs finish cooking for 15 minutes in the Hot Ham Water)
🍴 Reserve egg water
🍴 Remove eggs and bathe under cold water
🍴 Prepare your slow cooker broth with enough soy sauce to coat the bottom at least 2 centimeters.
🍴 Mix in a liberal amount of Chinese 5 Spice
🍴 Add the sugar cubes
🍴 Add the tea. You should eyeball like at least 2 teaspoons of the tea for this mixture. Add more if you want, idgaf.
🍴 Tap the eggs to crack the shells, but do not peel them. Cracking them gives the tea mix a chance to soak into the egg and create that beautiful marbling.
🍴 Add the eggs gently into the slow cooker.
🍴 Top with half of the reserve egg water. Dispose of the rest.
🍴 Simmer the eggs for 2 hours in high, and then reduce the heat to low and allow to simmer for however long you wish. The longer it cooks, the more flavor the eggs will gain.


That’s it. That’s the recipe.

Ignoring the typos, I do need to make these eggs again since it’s officially Autumn. In LA. In 90 degree heat.

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bidyke:

vengerturtle:

on the plus side, I found something that finds your untagged posts if you want to go back and ya know

tag em

Useful!

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itscolossal:

DIY Glowing Resin Shelves

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