Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Food Charts That Will Save Your Life

This will save your life ok.

1. the cake alphabet of happines

2. this goes out to all pizza lovers! Ur doing right.

3. you should try all of this ok

4. and then the food pyramid hat of life

5. how dr. nick riviera totally brought it to on the point

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Monday, August 24, 2015

#weeklylyrics Search Party #2

Pt.2 of the #weeklylyrics serie!

Search Party - Sam Bruno

Meet me out in Paris 
I'll be on the elevator 
Halfway up the Eiffel Tower 
Halfway up to space 
Lately I've been dreamin' by desert, uh We'll be riding through the thunder 
On a midnight train 
And baby would you see this on the best of our day 

And we go and we out, lookin' for us all night 
We gotta search party with that big flash light It's searchin' high searchin'low searchin' super wide 
Yeah, lil' choppers in the sky and they flyin' super high 

And we go and we out, lookin' for us all night 
We gotta search party with that big flash light 
It's searchin' high searchin' low searchin' super wide 
Yeah, lil' choppers in the sky and they flyin' super high 

Meet me out in Paris I'll be on the elevator 
Halfway up the Eiffel Tower 
Halfway up to space 
Jamaica, jumpin' over the equator, uh While we underneath the water 
We could ride the waves 
And baby let them chase us for the rest of our day 

And we go and we out, lookin' for us all night 
They gotta search party with that big flash light
It's in the searchin' high searchin' low searchin' super wide 
Yeah lil' choppers in the sky and they flyin' super high 

And we go and we out, lookin' for us all night 
They gotta search party with that big flash light 
It's in the searchin' high searchin' low searchin' super wide 
Yeah lil' choppers in the sky and they flyin' super high 

Boats and trains and cars and planes like Boats and trains and cars and planes like
Oh like oh sayin' na na na na na catch me if you can 

To value the cars 
Ain't no goin' down no no 
Ain't no lookin' down 
High, High, High, High, High, High, High, High 

Na na na na na 
Catch me if you can 

And we go and we out, lookin' for us all night 
They gotta search party with that big flash light 
It's in the searchin' high searchin' low searchin' super wide 
Yeah lil' choppers in the sky and they flyin' super high 

And we go and we out, lookin' for us all night 
They gotta search party with that big flash light 
It's in the searchin' high searchin' low searchin' super wide 
Yeah lil' choppers in the sky and they flyin' super high 

And we go and we out, lookin' for us all night 
They gotta search party with that big flash light 
It's in the searchin' high searchin' low searchin' super wide 
Yeah lil' choppers in the sky and they flyin' super high 

Be out all night, search party, flash lights Be out all night, search party, flash lights Be out all night, search party, flash lights Be out all night party

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Sunday, August 23, 2015

Websites You Need To Know!

The web hides secret treasures and also obvious famous hoards that deserve our attention again.

That's my top list of websites you need to give a try!
(And I wont write something with it cuz you breads have to try them by yourself :P )

10.The Vagenda Magazine
9. Polyvore
8. Bacvrdi's Blog
7. Foodiebliss
6. Zaful Fashion
5. Picmonkey Photo Editor
4. Girl At The Rockshow Blog
3. Tumblr
2. Pinterest
1. BuzzFeed

I recomment all of you to click every single one of this fabulous life-stealing nobel-prize worthy sites of greatness and pure happines.

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Beach Photoshoot

I'm on vacation right now and I'm taking you breads with me!

I took some photos at the beach today.

And some colored

And look what I made with my nails t'day! They're fitting my jeans!

Friday, August 21, 2015

The Time I Lost My Life or TV-Shows & Must-See-Films

You've probably gone through that life-changing progress when you discovered how the TV works when you were a kid. It was the end of creativity. It was the end of an are.

But now where it's too late anyways it it important that you don't die before you've seen the classics. And no - these are not Casablanca or the films your parents would call classics. 


• the Simpsons ok
• Adventure Time
• HIMYM obviously
• Sherlock 
• Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
• Orange Is The New Black
• Misfits
• Dr. House
• The Flash
• Breaking Bad
• The Walking Dead
• Doctor Who
• PLL (if you're a girl maybe)
• South Park
• Supernatural
• Under The Dome


Where I have to say that I just can't count  every single one. That's impossible.

every single Marvel Production
• Harry Potter
• Star Wars
• Shaun Of The Dead
• The rest of the Cornetto Trilogy
• Batman Trilogy
• The Fault In Our Stars
• Paper Towns
• Sherlock Holmes (with Downey Jr.)
• Now You Can See Me
• The Lorax
• Skyfall & Casino Royale
• Matrix Trilogy
• Mission Impossible Quintology
• Knight and Day
• The Hobbit Trilogy
• The Great Gatsby
• Jurrasic Park & World
• Men In Black Trilogy
• Life Of Brian
• Hitchhiker
• I Am Legend
• Magic Mike
• ...

Did I forget something? Comment it down below!

#back2school Study Tips!

I found these awesome study tips at Jen's Studying and they're just awesome!

But: I definitely recommend finding out what works best for yourself! If you prefer using a highlighter - do.

Things Top Students Do

1. They don’t always do all of their homework.
In college, homework assignments generally make up 5-20% of your grade, but can be the biggest time-suck for most students. Yes, working problems is one of the best ways to turn new concepts into working knowledge, but a large majority of those problems that take you hours and hours to work through, you’ll never see on an exam.
2. They never “read through” the textbook.
Per time spent, reading the textbook is one of the least effective methods for learning new material. Top students use the examples and practice problems, but otherwise use Google, lecture notes, and old exams for study materials.
3. They Google EVERYTHING.
It’s like an automatic reaction. New concept = go to Google for a quick explanation. Don’t think just because your professor gives you a textbook and some examples on the blackboard that you’re limited to that information. You have a massive free search engine at your fingertips, so make use of it.
4. They test themselves frequently.
Testing yourself strengthens your brain’s connections to new material, and gives you immediate and clear feedback on whether you know something or not. Bottom line, repeated self-testing significantly improves long-term retention of new material. 
5. They study in short bursts, not long marathons.
Studying in short bursts tends to help you focus intensely because you know there is at least a short break coming.
This also fits in nicely with our Ultradian Rhythm, the natural activity/rest cycle of our bodies, which makes studying continuously for multiple hours on end counterproductive.
6. They reverse-engineer solved problems.
It’s one thing to follow and memorize a set of steps to solve a calculus problem. It’s an entirely different thing to understand what a derivative is, be able to take derivates of complex functions, know when to use the chain rule vs. the product rule, etc. The problem with simply following the steps the professor provided, or the textbook outlines, is that you’re only achieving a surface-level knowledge of the problem. Top students, instead,take solved problems and work backwards, from solution to question, asking “why.”
Why did this get this value?
Why did they simplify this expression?
Why did they use that type of derivative rule?
By following this process, you begin to understand the interconnections of the concept, and how to directly apply that to a problem. This “working knowledge” of a concept is key to performing well on exams, especially on problems that you haven’t seen before.
7. They don’t own a highlighter.
Highlighting anything = unengaged reading. If you want to note something that stands out, underline and write a corresponding note to go along with it. Or better yet, write yourself a note summarizing the item in your own words.
8. They sleep–a lot.
The daily routines of top performers, in any field, are characterized by periods of intense work (4-6 hours per day) followed by significant quantities of high-quality sleep (9 hours per night). You see this trend in top violin prodigies and chess champions, as well as elite athletes. The idea is to alternate periods of intense work with rest, so that you create tons of new connections in your nervous system, and then allow adequate time to assimilate those gains.
9. They engage themselves by asking questions.
What happens if I tell you, “Thomas Jefferson almost single-handedly drafted the Delcaration of Independence in 1776.”?
You might say “Hmm.. that’s interesting”, try to remember it for later, maybe even write down a note or two.
But what if I ask you, “Who was Thomas Jefferson?” What changes?
You start searching your memory, sifting through images of old guys, founding fathers, thinking about the Declaration of Independence. You come up with your own narrative, and then realize that you have gaps.
When was he around again?
And why was he so important?
You’ll probably find yourself going to Google to fill in the gaps. Through that process your learning will be much more deeply seated in your brain than anything your history teacher ever told you about him. That’s the power of asking questions.
10. They make the best out of lecture.
Yes, your professor sucks. Yes, lectures are boring. Yes, it’s either too fast so you can’t keep up and miss all the important stuff, or it’s way too slow and you start zoning out because you already understand everything.
The best students look at this this way: I’m going to be there no matter what, so what’s the best use of my time while I’m in the classroom? Ask questions, bring the textbook and look stuff up, focus on the important practice problems to copy down in your notes, try to anticipate what the professor is going to say, make note of anything they put emphasis on as a potential exam topic. All of these things make the time you have to spend in lecture more productive and engaging. And that’s less time you have to spend studying later on.
11. They over-learn.
School is hard enough, with the amount of studying and homework you have to do. And on top of all of that Facebooking you have to get done? It might seem ridiculous to suggest learning more than you have to.
What!? Are you insane!?
But this is precisely what top students do. And paradoxically, they end up spending less time trying to understand how to do homework problems, andless time studying for exams because of it. Because when you “over-learn” past what’s presented in class, you build a better framework for the subject.
Think of trying to remember some details about Abraham Lincoln’s life. You try to remember the dates of the Civil War, or what he said in the Emancipation Proclamation. You study the same facts over and over and over again… but it’s just boring, and you quickly forget. But what if you knew his whole life’s story? About how Lincoln suffered from bouts of depression, and his relationship with his wife suffered? You start to learn that the dude was human, and you start to relate to the things he did and the struggles he went through. Now you’ve constructed a story in your head. And studies show that humans learn best through stories. So yes, it’s more information, but your brain knows what to do with it now that all those random facts are linked together. More learning, but less rote memorization and struggling to remember random facts.
12. They immediately study their exam mistakes.
Most students get their exam grade back, flip through to see if the professor made any mistakes they can argue about, and then promptly shove it into their notebook, never to be seen again until the mad scramble at the end of the semester to study for the final.
Instead, top students ignore what they got right, and use their mistakes as an indicator of what to improve on.
13. They’re busy with work and side projects.
Yes, to do well in a course, you need to focus and put in the hours. But like many geniuses throughout history have shown, involvement in a diverse set of subjects, activities, and skill sets keeps you active, and provides you with a rich and diverse set of mental models to pull from.
Also, as they say, “If you need to get something done, give it to the busy person.” If you stay active in multiple areas, you don’t have time to procrastinate, and are forced to be efficient with your study time. This generally translates into quicker learning and better performance throughout the semester.
14. They use lecture as a detective mission.
Though completely unaware of this fact, your professor has tells. Yes, like in poker. Tells during lecture will hint at particular types of concepts and problems that will be emphasized on the midterm or final exam. The best students pay attention to topics professors spend a seemingly inordinate amount of time on and make note. Chances are you’ll see something related on the final.
15. They don’t wait for motivation to strike.
Motivation comes and goes, but studying for a degree requires persistence and consistency. Just like Olympic athletes train even on their worst days, the best students figure out how to get their coursework done when it’s the last thing they want to do.
16. They practice under test conditions.

The old adage “practice makes perfect” isn’t totally true. Deliberate practice under the right conditions, with the correct mindset, is more like it. Instead of reading through all of the lecture notes and redoing old homework problems, top students make themselves practice exams, and rehearse their exam performance, under time pressure and in similar conditions (no notes, uncomfortable chair, quiet room, etc.) to what they’ll see on test day.
17. They use old exams.
Professors aren’t the most inventive folk. Along with coming up with lecture material and departmental responsibilities, they’re also primarily concerned with research. So typically midterms and final exams more or less look alike for similar courses year-to-year and even across universities. Because of this, old exams are a gold mine of opportunity for figuring out what problems you should be able to solve and study from.
18. They make their own study guides.
The best students don’t simply use the study guide the teacher provides, they create their own.
Creating the study guide is half the battle, requiring you to go through your notes, consolidate them, and organize them in a way that you understand–all valuable study activities. You’ll also be able to use your equations sheet much more effectively on the exam itself (if allowed) because you know exactly where everything is.
19. They actually write on paper.
Writing out notes on a laptop is efficient. Too efficient. Because it’s so easy to quickly type out exactly what the professor is saying, you don’t have to do the work of trying to figure out how to consolidate the information into your own shorthand. Some also believe that the act of writing helps retain more information.
20. They use the 80/20 rule.
Yes, some students who get good grades do every reading assignment, finish every practice problem, and attend every study session they can get their hands on. But these students are missing the point. There will always be an endless amount of information you could learn given the time and effort, but having the ability to discern what is worth learning will truly set you apart.
Top students identify the 20% of concepts they need to learn deeply, in order to determine 80% of their final grade. They focus intently on those few things, and simply ignore the rest. This is a formula for high performance, without hours and hours of busywork. And it translates seamlessly into the real world too.
21. They don’t complain.
Complaining simply has no place in the smart student’s repertoire. If something sucks, change it or ignore it, but don’t waste your time, energy, and mental state talking about it. Got a crappy professor? Either switch class sections or focus on teaching yourself. Horrible textbook? Find alternate resources (Google is free in case you hadn’t heard).
22. They learn by doing.
Any technical subject can only truly be internalized through use. Just like learning a new language, learning to be fluent in algebra or calculus requires active application of rules and formulas. Top students know there is a big difference between knowledge, and applied knowledge.
23. They take personal responsibility for learning the material.
The best students understand that they, and only they are truly responsible for their own education. So waiting to be spoon-fed by your professor and doing the homework assignments will never be enough. Despite your school’s best intentions, they’ll never be as committed to your academic success as you can be.
24. Following what they love
Those students you admire are passionate about what they are learning. They have the drive to develop their learning further based on their love of what they are discovering. This may not always be the case and is often unavoidable but if you follow what interests you and cultivate a curiosity of this area, your motivation to learn will thrive.
Not every student is the same and many top students don’t follow the status quo. The best way to create good habits for students is to try a variety of techniques and figure out what works for you.
25. Question your teachers
Thinking outside the box is a cliche but certainly a reality for students. They question everything–especially test questions they get wrong. This attitude is important because it shows a general inquisitiveness that is essential in learning. As any parent of small children knows, questions are a way to gain knowledge. Teachers can’t be offended when a student asks a difficult question and parents should encourage this behavior.
26. They know the best way to study.
It is important to know the best way to study for yourself. Do you need pictures? Sounds? Study better in quiet or noisy environments? Figure out what works best for you so that you can make the most out of your study time.
27. They play hard.
We all know that a balanced lifestyle is the best way to stay mentally and physically healthy! Top students don’t spend all day in the library grafting (contrary to what you might think!) Rather, they take the time to put their studies aside and do something which is fun and exciting!

Rainy Sunday Morning Survival

This is how to survive life.

Rainy Sunday Mornings

1. put on comfy clothes
2. sock time.
3. make coffee 
     2/3 cup of coffee
     1 1/2 teaspoons of cocoa
     Heavy cream
     Wipped cream
     Caramel or chocolate sauce

4. bake pancakes with hot berries and 
    vanilla ice cream
5. catch up a kids TV show while eating   
6. listen to really good old music
7. read a book
8. get more coffee
9. call your granny/friend/mom
10. or just sleep. A lot.

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Dragonfly Photoshoot

This little guy decided to move in my garden and I invited him on a photoshoot.

Summer Ombré Nails

If you want to know how to make ombré nail art with a sponge check out my watermelon nail tutorial!

You need
• 2-5 diff. nail polishes
• a sponge
• top coat
• nail polish remover
• Q-tip

Apply the colors on the sponge, stamp it on your nails, let it dry, then remove the polish from your skin using a Q-tip and apply the top coat. Et Voilà

If you want them to look pastel use a nail whitening polish as top coat on your nails.

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#weeklylyrics Thinking Out Loud #1

Part One of this new serie sharing my fav song lyrics with you breads.

THINKING OUT LOUD - ed sheeran

When your legs don't work like they used to before
And I can't sweep you off of your feet
Will your mouth still remember the taste of my love
Will your eyes still smile from your cheeks

Darlin' I will be lovin' you
Till we're seventy
Baby my heart could still fall as hard
At twenty three

I'm thinkin' bout how
People fall in love in mysterious ways
Maybe just the touch of a hand
Me, I fall in love with you every single day
I just wanna tell you I am

So honey now
Take me into your lovin' arms
Kiss me under the light of a thousand stars
Place your head on my beating heart
I'm thinking out loud
Maybe we found love right where we are

When my hair's over grown and my memory fades
And the crowds don"t remember my name
When my hands don't play the strings the same way (mm)
I know you will still love me the same

Cause honey your soul
Could never grow old
It's evergreen
Baby your smile's forever in my mind and memory

I'm thinkin' bout how
People fall in love in mysterious ways
Maybe it's all part of a plan
I'll just keep on making the same mistakes
Hoping that you'll understand

That baby now (ooh)
Take me into your loving arms
Kiss me under the light of a thousand stars
Place your head on my beating heart
I'm thinking out loud
Maybe we found love right where we are

Baby now
Take me into your loving arms
Kiss me under the light of a thousand stars (oh darlin')
Place your head on my beating heart
I'm thinking out loud

Maybe we found love right where we are
We found love right where we are
And we found love right where we are

Monday, August 17, 2015

Hi there it's Anna slash Annika slash The Bread Queen and from now to your life' s end you're one of my proud breads.

I'm blogging about the sweet incidents in my life slash real life and you all got the opportunity to be a part of it.

Join the breads of Incedenia!
Stay as long as your bready hearts want and enjoy your time on this blog!

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Harry Potter Quotes Wallpaper Freebies!

I made some HP Fandom Wallpapers for u breads.
Enjoy and leave me a +1 if you like it!

To be continued.
(No, really Ima make some for you)

Sunday, August 16, 2015

DIY Hanging Plants

How to make hanging plants out of plastic bottles and string!

You need:
• a plant
• bottom of a plastic bottle
• string
• scissors or x-actor knife

1. Cut the bottom off the bottle

2. Put some earth in the bottle and dig a hole for your plant. 

3. Plant in the plant and fill it up with earth (mine had roots like these screaming Harry Potter thingies lol)

4. Knot the first string around the bottle. Then cut two similar pieces off your string and knot them around the first one, creating the suspensions as shown. Knot these suspensions together like this:

5. Hang it up. I used transparent adhesive tape in a star shape because mine's pretty light.

And you're done!
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Saturday, August 15, 2015

The 7 Cutest Things Ever or Firefighters Saving Animals

1. Look at its eyes!

2. Look at his eyes.

3. They're holding hands!

4. "Don't leave me alone!"

5. He's saying Thank You

6. He's kinda hiding in his arms. Cuteeee!

7. He's a mountain they have to explore

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Friday, August 14, 2015

How To Make Ombré Glitter Nails

Because you breads liked my watermelon tutorial so much, here's another nail DIY!
If want more nail art tutorials comment "You've got blue on you" down below.

I weard this at a party and it fitted my blue jeans and silver jewelry. Goals.

You need nail polish in blue and glitter and a sponge.

1. Apply your colored polish (mine is a blue 628 high five by p2)

2. Put the glitter nail polish on a sponge. Apply a second and third layer on one end of it.

3. Stamp the sponge carefully on the top of your nails.
Aaaand you're done!

Thursday, August 13, 2015

10 steps to be tumblr

We all know these girls with messy buns in white bed sheets holding a cup of coffee.
(If not, enjoy it. It's a spreading disease)

So now. 10 steps to become so very tumblr.

1. It's all about coffee. Much coffee in huge amounts.

2. White bedding.

3. Long messy beachy beach hair. Ombré or balayage, that's it.

4. It's seems to be like crashed denim is an important part of the recipe.

5. You also need need neeeeed black and white nikes. Need.

6. Also, real tumblr girls go the gym in really short nike sports clothing...

7....and eat healthy. Prefered are tropic fruits and strawberrys. (But it's okay. The other tumblr girls like to talk a.lot. bout their crush on pizza)

8. Flowers are somehow really important.

9. Polaroids.
(I thought Im clever and just printed my photos smaller and cutting them to look like polaroids. No money makes you really creativ)

10. Bands. Arctic monkeys, 5SOS and so happy bout it NOT One Direction (one direction is twitter & facebook).