Often times when I tell someone, I’m going to go see a movie, it’s not an invitation. Don’t get me wrong, I love going to see movies with people. But I love going to see movies by myself just as much. When I go to see movies by myself, I don’t do it to make people feel bad for me. I go because I enjoy watching movies. I do it because I enjoy the atmosphere of seeing a movie in a theater. Mostly, I go because I want to see this movie so bad, it doesn’t matter if I’m alone. All that being said, here is what I discovered as benefits to going to see movies alone. Read More
Reading: Lily and Dash’s Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
Watching: Being Human (US) ` Season 4
Listening To: Right Place, Right Time ` By Olly Murs
A group of people are lured to the same downtown Los Angeles bar by an ex-girlfriend they all have in common. She’s beautiful, conniving — and downright insane. But now she’s got one last surprise for them.
Reading: Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)
Watching: 30 Rock` Season 2
Listening To: Skyway Flyer by Jason Munday
With the new year comes new years resolutions. Every year I make resolutions, and every year I fail to attain them because I think I make them too grandiose. I know deep down that I have yet to gain the self control needed to lose 40 pounds and stop drinking soda, so I justify it saying that everyone breaks their new years resolutions.
This year however, I want to create some realistic resolutions. It’s only going to be a few, so that I don’t feel overwhelmed, and I’ll actually believe that I can attain it.
Realistic Resolutions Read More