Episode 4 is here, and it gave us so much of what we needed. This is where we say all the leg work into the collection, and we got some very important information and more sneak peaks!
Every woman knows that the longest part of the morning routine is a toss up between picking out the day's outfit and getting one’s makeup done. Waking up an hour or two earlier than needed takes so much extra work than what is really needed. Now helping with an outfit is too complicated because each workplace is different and has different dress codes.
Every now and then, you need a feel-good movie, a movie to watch when you are down to motivate you and make whatever you are going through feel a little but better. I am also not sure why but it seems that so many great motivational movies are sport related. Could be the element of the underdog story is always one that makes you feel better, like you could do anything. My top three are the following:
This movie was highly anticipated. Everyone wanted to know what happened to Jesse at the end of Breaking Bad. I will go on to say that I loved how they started the movie right from the last scene, in the show where we saw Jesse freed from capture, driving away.
So unrelated to the actual content, but I wanted to note that it is awful how another one of Jeffree’s dogs, Daddy Star, unfortunately passed away, due to complications from a liver surgery. This would be the second dog lost in five months for Jeffree. I can only imagine just how tough this must be for him, especially when Daddy was only three years old. So, our thoughts are with Jeffree and the rest of the family.
Many people complain why millennials don't vote. They think it is because we do not care about what happens, or that we are lazy, or simply don't believe in the system. All of this is somewhat true, but mainly because we do not think there is a point to voting when the same two parties always win, even though they are not the right choice.