television, films, music, anything that passes the time & distracts the mind
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.
It’s time to stay home and take a much needed break from life. It is very unfortunate that the unemployment rate is rising and the economy is suffering, but I genuinely think we’re all safer at home.
Since most of the world is stuck in their houses, I created a short list of activities you could do during this time. These are meant to be accomplished in your free time; I know quite a few people are in online school or working from home, and those assignments should definitely be your first priority.
As we enter a new year (and a new decade), I wanted to recount all of the albums I listened to this past year because, believe it or not, I kept record of every album I listened to (59 total).
Before you get overwhelmed, I’m not going to review every single album I listened to because that would be a lot. Instead, I decided to rank my top nineteen albums of twenty nineteen.
For many digital platforms, it’s rewind time. I want to wait a little longer before I do all the rewinds I plan on doing, but I wanted to go ahead and share my top songs of 2019 according to Spotify.
If you’re into lists, or just checking out new music, here are my top songs of 2019, in the order of most to least listened to.
I finally made the decision to sell my old iPod touch.
I don’t mind getting rid of an inanimate object I’m not attached to, but that old iPod did have all the music I listened to my senior year of high school. Before saying goodbye, I wrote down every song I had on repeat that final year of high school.