SIMGIRLZ GLOW COMIC PRESET (FOR GSHADE)
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A Whole Lotta Gshade Presets
While testing out gshade last weekend I made a bunch of presets that now need new homes! A Whole Lotta Gshade Presets includes 9 gshade presets. No set theme, a hodge podge of looks ranging from the subtle (”ts3 but better”) to basic clean edits (”snailberry” & “pet a pigeon”), romantic (”love life” & ”faded”) plus some colorful options (like ”rambunctious racoon”) and a few others for good measure!
You can see all of them previewed here.
In search of truth and mystery, the Curious brothers got more than they were “expecting.” Can Pascal, Lazlo, and Vidcund cope with their new roles as cosmic parents?
178 Swatches + EA Colors in seperated files
2 Color Overlays with 178 Swatches
For All Genders
Teen To Elder
For Werewolves only
Found in Ring categories
Default Replacement for EA Werewolf Feet
Files for Feminine and Masculine frames included
Works only for Werewolves
PS2 Game Set - 4t2
Original by LaSkrillz
Found in Electronics > Misc for $0
The year is 2004, you’re having a singstar battle with your cousins on summer vacation, you don’t have to worry about bills. Life is good.
Sunday’s Outfit! Navy & White! 💙🤍💙
Grandma needs a summer dress!
I found this shoe swap in The Wishing Tree at GoS, and thought that it would be perfect for elders. Age converting isn’t so bad when you have the MeshToolkit!
I also removed the bangle from the outfit, as no one likes those. So this is a *new* MESH.
The first 4 recolors are mine - stuff from Spoonflower and random internet sources.
The last 4 are a mix: the purple one is from here (by @whattheskell), the orange one is the original H&M texture, the cherry blossom one is by HystericalParoxysm at MTS and the white one is a brand new texture by me.
A PSD of the plain white texture is included in the dl for recolorists!
Download - EF H&M Dress
quartz V2: werewolves add-on
cupidjuice / llamaloaf’s quartz V2 default eyes for your lycan-inclined pals. awooo!
edited to match ea’s larger iris size for ‘wolves
no specular shine, no glow (hopefully 🤞)
all credits to @llamaloaf, of course!
ride or tie top ✨
This is the long plaid shirt outfit from GP12 (Werewolves) converted into a top (tattered shirt and tied flannel). I loved the outfit so much, but I wanted to add some versatility to it.
30 swatches (15 flannel, 15 solid)
Custom CAS Icons
TF - EF
Disabled for random
Download + Disclaimers under the cut.
shopping in an unfamiliar grocery store instead of your usual is literally a survival horror
But still interested in feeding yourself? What if I told you that there’s a woman with a blog who had to feed both herself and her young son…on 10 British pounds ($15/14 Euro) per week?
Let me tell you a thing.
This woman saved my life last year. Actually saved my life. I had a piggy bank full of change and that’s it. Many people in my fandom might remember that dark time as when I had to hock my writing skills in exchange for donations. I cried a lot then.
This is real talk, people: I marked down exactly what I needed to buy, totaled it, counted out that exact change, and then went to three different stores to buy what I needed so I didn’t have to dump a load of change on just one person. I was already embarrassed, but to feel people staring? Utter shame suffused me. The reasons behind that are another post all together.
AgirlcalledJack.com is run by a British woman who was on benefits for years. Things got desperate. She had to find a way to feed herself and her son using just the basics that could be found at the supermarket. But the recipes she came up with are amazing.
You have to consider the differing costs of things between countries, but if you just have three ingredients in your cupboard, this woman will tell you what to do with it. Check what you already have. Chances are you have the basics of a filling meal already.
Here’s her list of kitchen basics.
Bake your own bread. It’s easier than you think. Here’s a list of many recipes, each using some variation of just plain flour, yeast, some oil, maybe water or lemon juice. And kneading bread is therapeutic.
Make your own pasta–gluten free.
She gets it. She really does. This is the article that started it all. It’s called “Hunger Hurts”.
She has vegan recipes.
A carrot, a can of kidney beans, and some cumin will get you a really filling soup…or throw in some flour for binding and you’ve got yourself a burger.
Don’t have an oven or the stove isn’t available? She covers that in her Microwave Cooking section.
She has a book, but many recipes can be found on her blog for free. She prices her recipes down to the cent, and every year she participates in a project called “Living Below the Line” where she has to live on 1 BP per day of food for five days.
Things improved for me a little, but her website is my go to. I learned how to bake bread (using my crockpot, but that was my own twist), and I have a little cart full of things that saved me back then, just in case I need them again. She gives you the tools to feed yourself, for very little money, and that’s a fabulous feeling.
Tip: Whenever you have a little extra money, buy a 10 dollar/pound/euro giftcard from your discount grocer. Stash it. That’s your super emergency money. Make sure they don’t charge by the month for lack of use, though.
I don’t care if it sounds like an advertisement–you won’t be buying anything from the site. What I DO care about is your mental, emotional, and physical health–and dammit, food’s right in the center of that.
If you don’t need this now, pass it on to someone who does. Pass it on anyway, because do you REALLY know which of the people in your life is in need? Which follower might be staring at their own piggy bank? Trust me: someone out there needs to see this.
My version of Goth family story.