SPOILERS WARNING: There are spoilers for several shows and films below, so fair warning.
A trip to Florida is always going to be expensive, regardless of the time of year you go, and it’s mostly because of the ticket prices, but there are other ways to save money when going to Florida.
Over the years Netflix have released some really good original content; however, most people just associate them with Orange Is The New Black. This is a list of Netflix originals that you should check out if you haven't already seen them.
As my sister has already started mentioning Christmas I've began to realise that the decade has slowly began to draw to a close and so it's time to discuss the most empowering songs for women across the whole decade. It was too hard to just choose ten songs so this will be a longer list than I'm used to. All of the songs on this list will be perfect for your girl power Spotify playlist. I will link my own girl power playlist that includes all these songs and more at the bottom of the article so feel free to listen.
So season 3 of Stranger Things dropped on Netflix on the 4th of July and if you're anything like me, you binged the whole thing in a day. There was a lot to love in season 3, although there was a lot that could have been done better, such as Max (Sadie Sink) and El's (Millie Bobby Brown) growing friendship, Nancy (Natalia Dyer) once again proving she's a badass and Hopper's (David Harbour's) shirt. However, from the very first episode, my favourite part of season 3 was the new character of Robin, played by Maya Hawke. Robin works at Scoops Ahoy with Steve Harrington (Joe Keery) where she constantly makes fun of him and wonders how many children he has. However, Robin is also a genius. She speaks four languages, translates Russian code, cracks the code and is tortured and drugged by Russians. To summarise, I would die for Robin.
A pre-warning that there are some controversial picks in this article and undoubtably many of you will disagree with me. However, for me, music is both universal and individual, and what an album means to you might mean something different to someone else.