So anyone who knows me, knows I love classic anything. I mean, classic books, music, movies, shows. But for the purposes of this list, I wanted to keep it as simple as possible. There are five shows on Netflix that are either actually retro or are older than three years ago that you should definitely take the time to watch.
As anyone who knows my bio, then you know I work in the entertainment industry as a technician. With the wave of this pandemic and now current strife in our country, my colleagues and I wonder what the future holds for our industry. We’re living on unemployment with held breath for knowledge on any sign that we might be going back to work soon. I think people have a tendency to forget about us, since we work in the back and no one wonders what happens to writers, designers, etc. We exist and we’re very real and we are struggling like so many are struggling. We remain quiet because there are bigger problems at hand, too many people dying, people working on the front line working under stress and now with new problems arising I think we feel lost. It’s overwhelming for anyone and everyone during this time, we’re consumed by the media and the concerns of what will happen tomorrow let alone today. I felt this need to let my fellow colleagues know, I still question the future of our industry in private thoughts and know many do too.
My bullet journal for June is in the theme of Bubble Tea. I was inspired by a creative Youtuber who posts her bullet journaling and I did use some of her theming on my own, and I also made some pages simply inspired by the theme. I am not new to bullet journaling but I never quite picked it up seriously either. I tested the waters for a bit and had decided it wasn’t for me, it felt silly. Then COVID happened and I lost all three of my jobs and went on unemployment. Fours months of being at home everyday all the time can really make a person question their sanity. So I started picking up old hobbies I had lost time for and picked journaling backup as well. I needed something to fill my time as well as a need for a creative outlet since my career is all about creativity. The first month I did was back in May and I will not be sharing any pictures from that because WOW. It sucked hardcore.
There is so much going on right now that it’s hard to take in everything all at once. It’s overwhelming and stressful. The best way that I unwind and distract myself these days is I watch shows and movies. I also listen to podcasts when I’m on the road and music anytime of day. My guilty pleasure shows are always K-dramas. Here are five must watch K-dramas on Netflix.
Is Shudder worth the subscription? I had decided to make an account with a free trial for seven days so I could watch Shudder’s new show, “Cursed Films”. Having a love of movies and especially horror, I thought it was a show I would just love. I will provide a brief review of that in a moment.
So you’re home and you’re stuck there until things start to go back to normal with all this COVID-19 stuff hanging over our heads. I have found myself watching way too many docu-series and I think more and more people are starting to get hooked on them too. These are the Top five docu-series/dramas you have to watch during the quarantine. You can find these on Netflix.