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**Warning! Possible spoilers ahead - read with caution!** I can’t be a thorough horror movie reviewer without lots of movies to choose from, so I renewed the Hulu account. Upon doing so, I found “Run.” It stars Sarah Paulson, the oft matriarch of AHS (American Horror Story). While the film is listed as a “thriller,” the description definitely gave me some horror-vibes.
Adulthood isn’t always fun. You get up, go to work (even if that means turning on the computer), clean house, go to sleep. If you’re tired of going through the motions, it’s a great time to change things up.
If you were busy scrumping like bunnies at the very beginning of the shutdowns, you might be about to give birth right now. As for me, I’ve been trying to focus on work and art and think only about the fact that warm weather is just a few short months away.
**Possible spoilers, though I try not to give too much away!** I’ve been over the whole “Blair Witch” aesthetic for years now, so when a movie looks like anything similar to that, I tend to shy away. The preview that popped up on Amazon Prime for Camp Cold Brook almost kept me from watching this film, but I’m a Chad Michael Murray fan from all the way back to “One Tree Hill,” so I thought I’d give the film a shot. Note: This movie is really NOTHING like “The Blair Witch Project.”
Ever dreamed of being a travel writer? I’ve read that it’s not easy, but I intend to take my writing on the road. I’ve written a lot about travel topics, but never while at the destinations.
There’s something about 2020 that made it both the longest and shortest year ever. It was also a year of learning - learning to let go, learning to start anew, and learning to take it slow. Hopefully, 2020 was the springboard into an amazing new year of growth.
When most people think about self-care, they think about doing a facial, getting a massage, or taking a vacation. There’s far more to self-care than pampering yourself and taking some time off. In fact, there are six categories of self-care.
When the dark days and cold weather of winter hits, even when there isn’t snow piled up outside (but especially when there is), it’s extra difficult to stay productive. If you’re working from home right now, you might find you want to nap more than work. Even if you’re at the office, you may feel like you’re moving in slow motion most days.