television, films, music, anything that passes the time & distracts the mind
There is something so life-changing and rewarding about starting a podcast. You don’t realize you have a lot to say until someone puts a mic in front of your face and says “Say what’s on your mind.”
With that in mind, I wanted to share some benefits of starting a podcast. Well, I think they’re benefits.
I’m that annoying person who tries not to cave into anything that is popular among the media and society, like Tik Tok (still haven’t downloaded it yet).
However, when it came to Bridgerton, I caved as soon as I got a glimpse of the Duke of Hastings and managed to watch the entire show with hour-long episodes in two days.
With the help of memes and links, I wanted to share my thoughts and opinions of the wildly popular Bridgerton.
As we round out a year of confusion and uncertainty, I wanted to share a list of all the albums I listened to for the first time in 2020 (with an emphasis on my absolute favorite ones).
Some were good, and some were bad; regardless, these albums allowed me to step out of my comfort zone and hide from the world falling down around me.
As we finish one of the weirdest years in history, I wanted to share all the films I watched this year, ending with the Death of 2020.
Some of the movies were a waste of time, and some of them I watched more than once. Thanks to streaming platforms, I will watch them again in 2021.
With everything going on, we are still in the midst of a pandemic (enter Corona Chaos). Though people’s time is currently being occupied by fighting for Black Lives, I still compiled a list of books, albums, podcasts, television shows, and movies you could check out.
This isn’t everything/everybody, and I’ll definitely do a part two.
For now, I think this is a good start.
From being completely screwed over by an advisor to working at Wendy’s for a little over a month to going on a couple of trips with friends to immediately evacuating because a Pandemic is taking over the world, this semester was a little crazy.
It brought great memories, important life lessons, and lots of self-growth.
This is a review of my third year of college in song.