In this tutorial we’ll teach you how to make a copy of your Tumblr blog onto WordPress.com to act as a backup.
The first two steps don’t need to be followed if you already use WordPress.com.
You need a WordPress.com blog, simply follow the steps to select your username and confirm your account via email.
2. Skip through the welcome steps
3. Visit the dashboard
- Click on your username
- Select the blog name you wish to import into
- Select ‘dashboard’
4. Visit the import tools page
In the sidebar menu select ‘tools’ and then ‘import’.
5. Select import from Tumblr
6. Allow Tumblr access
Click the ‘Connect to Tumblr to begin’ button. You may need to log into Tumblr if you haven’t already. Be sure to allow access to WordPress.com
7. Start the import!
Once authenticated you can select your Tumblr blog from the list of your blogs and click on ‘Import this blog’.
And you’re done, WordPress.com takes care of the rest and will create a copy of your posts onto your WordPress.com blog.
A wonderous fuck-ton of human hand references.
[From various sources]
I got to “Dad” and had to scroll down and reblog for a break because I laughed so hard I nearly threw up twice.
"Killing her seems a bit harsh"
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I HAVE THESE THEY’RE MY FAVORITE
Women of Steel
deep, heavy breathing
Give me armour and let me kill some shit.
pay special attention to the lack of boob cups and thank you
Nice. Thanks, NASA!
NASA is amazing. Scroll to the bottom for other sci fi lit assistance!
If you have problems focusing while you write, try using ILYS.
The site is coded so that you can’t see what you are writing, only the last letter, and you can’t edit anything until you get to your words goal.
This means you have to focus on writing and what’s on your mind, and not the editing of what you have written so far.
You have to write or you can’t edit.
Once you hit your goal you can edit and write normally, or go back and use ilys once again.
Since you don’t have to worry about editing, you can let your creativity flows.
It can be frustrating, but it’s also liberating because you have to let it go.
Write first, edit later.