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lovilaa · 3 months ago
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My life soon, full of luxury, travel, work, and comfort ✨
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morsaclizombi · 3 months ago
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angelvisuals · a month ago
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harusclass · 4 months ago
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Etiquette Tips
I swear when I focus on my etiquette I feel so powerful.
Firstly:
- Stop the slouching. Start training your posture.
- Slow down. Almost as of you're in a daze, but not so much so that you look stupid. Stop being in such a hurry to go here, there, sit down, walk around, snatch that drink, etc. Breathe.
- Eye contact is everything
Anyways! Onto my tips and tricks (I can't verify these, they're just what I know don't yell at me)
Elbows off the table unless you're at your home. Forearms are acceptable.
Place personal items into your handbag, and behind you in your seat. Or place the bag in your lap and place your napkin over it.
Look into hand placement for holding different drinks ! They're usually held by the stem but your hand placement completely changes the way you and the glass look. Wine glasses are generally held near the bottom of the stem, with your thumb and index finger primarily grasping it. here's a TikTok for those who would like it.
If you're walking down stairs with a long dress on, pinch /grasp with two hands on both sides of the dress and lift just above the ankles before walking down.
When handling butter & bread: if you're sharing butter, get enough for the entire piece of bread and place it on your plate. From there, tear off pieces of bread and apply your butter bit by bit.
To appear more elegant while walking up stairs in heels, turn a little bit to an angle, (almost prom style walk down, just a little less) and grab the railing. Keep your shoulders up. Walk up and it'll appear more graceful this way.
Instead of putting your arm up high and waving someone over, lift your arm a little and use two fingers, around chest/chin height. Make eye contact with waitress, smile, nod. This indicates you need help
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nftwife · 4 months ago
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high life
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mxghito · 6 months ago
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iridessence · 4 months ago
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Iridessence for Selkie, shot by Kelly Lenza
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luxus-aeterna · 3 months ago
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Iridessence in the Angel Delight Groupie Coat in black (S-5X) by Selkie. By KLP
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melaninmanifestation · 3 months ago
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@uchjn.
Ibiza, Spain
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urtoospoiled · a month ago
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Mood of the Board: My Favorite Color is Hermès Orange
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chaoticlyiconic · 5 months ago
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I’ve been hard to keep up with. |IG: @chaoticly_iconic
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lovilaa · 3 months ago
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POV~ you’re on a date
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morsaclizombi · 10 months ago
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lionheartapothecaryx · 7 months ago
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Rococo Noir Aesthetic
Black Glamour 💕
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danawithlove · 3 months ago
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nftwife · 6 months ago
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harusclass · a month ago
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Planning 6 Months Ahead
I know people are about to scream at me up and down telling me how stupid it is to do. Save your breath darlings, imma do it regardless. This is a LONG process so buckle up.
Areas covered: cleaning, habits, meals, exercise & stretching, studying
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Ground Rules:
You can't do this if you dedicate every second of every day to work and it is going to fail quickly if you don't account for being human. And I mean very quickly.
And also you need a transition period BEFORE you go through with this so please remember to account for that when scheduling. Transition period is about 1-3 weeks of building HABITS that you'll be writing later. This helps you succeed.
So here's a few things I'm adding to my plans:
Make-up Day once per week. This allows me to catch up to anything I may have missed that isn't habitual or unhealthy to do so.
Nature Day once per week. Whether it's a walk in the park or going kayaking. Do something small to get out and relax for an hour or two.
No socials for 20-30 minutes per day
2-4 out days per month. With friends, or without. Do something like go out to eat, go to a club etc. Giving myself a budget to each day.
Meal Plan, non obsessively. You want to collect a whole fuck ton of meal ideas, some aesthetically pleasing and some not. Splurge meals and cheap meals. But you need to account for the fact that you won't be able to stick to this completely. This is where easy, extremely low effort meals come in handy.
Find your resources now, not later. You'll get overwhelmed more easily.
You need need need fuck up buffers. Which means ways to catch yourself if you start falling. Low effort days, put away some money for car trouble, etc.
Make this as easy as possible, use apps for yoga if you need, reminder apps, alarm clocks, etc.
Add anything else to the ground rules that will make your life easier and help you personally. These are just examples.
Continuing..
Gather a bunch of meal ideas & inspiration, write them down. You can skip this step if it bothers you.
Write down all of your big, daunting goals. Turn those big, daunting goals into smaller goals.
Write down a list of products you use and an estimated amount of time it takes for you to run out of them.
Write down any self care/personal changes you want to work on, especially habits.
Find resources you need to meet your goals.
Find a cleaning list online, or write one yourself.
For studying, write down a list of all exams/quizzes and their dates
So now you feel a little overwhelmed. You've got a ton of lists full of stuff everywhere and you're looking at me like "oh my god what do I do" but zhhh it's fine it's fine.
Write down the easiest, cheapest meals you can. I'm talking canned soup, ramen, chips and salsa. Stuff that you're going to need to rely on every so often.
Write down the tasks it takes to get to each smaller goal in as much detail as possible. E.g. instead of "read lesson" try "chapter 1 bio textbook". Clear and consice.
If you're adding exercise/stretching to this, find some easy workouts that are ten minutes or less and write them down (like the name of them)
For studying, you can write down all the notes you need to do etc at this step.
Now for the fun (horrible) part ! Get out a calendar. It's time to organize all of this bullshit... And also figure out how to make this shit easier for you.
First things first, anything regarding cleaning, I'm telling you now : prevention works. If you start changing certain bad habits into good habits it gets a whole lot easier.
As for food, think of ways to make your favorite easy foods more satiable if possible. Tortilla chips and salsa your fav? Mix black beans and corn and your salsa to add more protein and nutrients into it. Remember you gotta have these to stick, so you don't feel overwhelmed.
Exercise / Stretching please give yourself at least one rest day per week to just fuckin vibe. It's also easier to do if you do it right after you wake up !
Make life easier for yourself. Find simple resources that work well for you. Use them. You don't have to HATE life to be successful.
Anyways..
The next step is to organize this all. Look through your months and organize those ground rules first.
Start with your out days, that you know won't have anything planned. Write down a basic budget for each.
Write down any major appointments, work meetings, etc.
Now move on to the smaller goals. Separate them however you want. Make a goal date to have them done.
The moment you have those separated you will slowly watch everything come to life. Now all you need to do is take the TASKS it takes to get to those goals, and plug them into weeks/days.
Look at your cleaning list and ask yourself how you can make the list easier to handle. If you have bad habits you'll work on them. The leftover tasks.. separate them into a schedule. If they need to be done weekly pick what days to do them and write them down.
Add in reminders to buy certain products that you know you're going to run out of
Write down any oil changes etc / grocery days / meal planning days
You're pretty much done at this point. It's a long process but now you have your goals properly mapped out and such. Now all you need is to write down what workouts to do on what days and what meal ideas you wanna try on what days. I don't recommend doing that part more than two weeks in advance.
If you want from here you can add all of this to a timeblock schedule.
Remember you are a HUMAN you're going to screw up somewhere along the way so please please place fuck up buffers everywhere.
I hope I explained how I did this to everyone properly. If you have questions just shoot me an ask.
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