Not too long ago, I decided to sit down and watch Mad Men for the first time. I know, I know, I'm incredibly late to the game; but I've now finally seen it and I'll admit, I get the hype. Don't get me wrong, the show is far from perfect (it definitely has its flaws) but there are so many shining moments throughout.
Recently, Jane the Virgin came to an end with five seasons under its belt. It really is such a wonderful show and a couple of days ago I wrote a piece listing my top 15 Jane the Virgin episodes; so for this post, I figured I would rank the seasons.
In the past month or so, I watched a couple of shows on Netflix that have an average episode runtime of 30 minutes each. I noticed pretty quickly that there were actually quite a few shows that I loved that had the same amount of runtime and were on Netflix, so I thought I would put together a recommendations list!
So, I own a fair few books, and I know that rearranging a bookshelf can be daunting for a lot of reasons, especially if you own a lot of books, but one element is trying to figure out how you want to organise it. I tend to find it much easier to do if I know beforehand how I want to do it, so I thought I would put together five options that I've personally tried in the past that have been of great use to me.
Right off the bat, I want to say that this post is written based on my experiences at a university in England. While education can work differently depending on the university and where in the world it is, these points should be broad enough that you can hopefully apply them to your situation in some way, shape, or form. This also isn't the end-all or be-all of lists, but these are certain things that helped me in making my own decisions when it came to what degree I wanted to get.
I don't often talk about fanfiction and if I ever do, it's usually with people I know already engage with it themselves, or have at least done so in the past. I often see a lot of opinions floating around in regards to it. Some in support, others not so much.