I think I’m out of my slump! I haven’t been watching things nearly as much as I usual and it’s been making me sad. However, I think August cured me—I’m getting my groove back!
So it’s hard to think about anything other than Avengers: Endgame right now (the day this goes up, I’ll be in my 2nd viewing), but I did watch some really great stuff this month.
Beyonce. Bey. Queen B. Mrs. Carter. The woman is a Goddess.
Well, this month I read so much that I have to separate my entertainment wrap-up. So let’s get in to all the great things I watched with my eyeballs in the month of March.
I know I’m a little behind, but I only just recently watched all of Netflix’s new show Sex Education. I had so many feelings about the show that I could not wait for my monthly wrap-up. It really needs its own post.
“All my life I’ve had a body worth commenting on and if living in my skin has taught me anything it’s that if it’s not your body, it’s not yours to comment on.”
Hello! Pop culture and entertainment rule my life. I decided that it would be fun to do a little recap of all the media I consume each month:
Hello! Pop culture and entertainment rule my life. I decided that it would be fun to do a little recap of all the media I consumed each month:
So this should have gone up in August, but with the stress of packing and moving, it’s only getting up now.
Apparently, 2018 is the year of the YA adaptations, and for the most part they have been pretty incredible. Love, Simon set the precedent, after years of mediocre adaptations that established a stereotype when it comes to this “genre” of movie.
Something about me: I’ve been sick for about nine years. It all started New Year’s Eve 2008, halfway through my senior year of high school. I had my very first migraine and from that day on, I’ve had some type of headache every day. Every day for the past nine years. Then in the middle of college, I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. Strange word, right? Fibromyalgia is a disorder that causes widespread pain, fatigue, memory issues, and basically anything else that can go wrong with your body. One way to look at it: my body feels like a gigantic bruise. My headaches only added to the problem. I spent a lot of time stuck in bed. I STILL spend a lot of time stuck in bed.