After debating whether being a full-time college student, part-time worker, and a full-time social butterfly would leave enough room to be a proper "full-time dog mom," I took a leap of faith into what I felt like was actual motherhood, and ended up adopting (I recommend adopting from your local shelter) an animal who has seemed to rescue ME more than I have rescued it.
After being named the "world's hottest app," having 100 million downloads, and the fact that it's considered the "#1 grossing lifestyle app," I'll admit—I was sold on installing Tinder to "find friends, dates, relationships, and everything in between." As a matter of fact, being a member of the LGBT community, dating apps have been one of the many ways I've met long-term friends, whom I was once matched with—and after a bad breakup, I was ready to get back out in the dating field. Ultimately, there's nothing like swiping right on some stranger 20 miles away, only to find out that "You're a Match!"
So, once again, you've found yourself in the classic "I'm bored" situation. After already binge-watching shows like: OITNB, Grey's Anatomy,The Walking Dead, Shameless, AHS, and other popular series; "What's a new Netflix series I can watch?" "Does anyone have any Hulu suggestions?" and "I need a new movie to watch on Amazon," have become some of the most popular phrases today. However, why stick with popular internet streaming software, when you can fall in love with real "characters" and channels on YouTube? With most YouTubers making weekly content, people who watch YouTube videos AND keep up with channels, can easily pass hours of time—at the cost of nothing but their boredom. So, here are five channel suggestions to start you off on the right binge package.
The first job I ever loved was the only job I applied to where I said to myself: "I really hope they don't call me." I was hired the summer after high school to make sub sandwiches, and clean dishes, starting out at about $7.50. With my performance being a smidgen below average, I was labeled as: quiet, slow, too nervous to speak to customers, and too shy to interact with coworkers; it wasn't until one of the girls that worked on morning shifts said: "Hey, I wanted to let you know I heard people saying if you don't step up a little bit, they're going to let you go." Then I really started applying myself in all the tasks I was given.