If you live on the east coast I’m pretty sure you’re experiencing this blizzard. We’re all snowed in and bored so with that being said I’ll be spending my weekend watching movies and tv shows all day so I thought I’d share a few of my “must watch” movies and shows with you guys
- Top Boy – British series following drug dealers in London
- Girlhood – French movie about a Black teenage girl looking for acceptance and a way out of her troubled home life
- Mississippi Damned – A movie that follows different members of an African American family that are struggling to get by in the south
- Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2 – Follows a woman as she seeks revenge on those that have wronged her
- Sense 8 – supernatural series that focuses are 8 people who are somehow connected through a newfound power
By: S. Easley
Happy New Year, guys! I hope you all brought in the new year with loved ones and enjoyed yourself.
So I’m writing to this post to share my thoughts on new year’s resolutions. So typically people have this notion that with the new year they can revamp themselves and become this new person while coming up with all of these unrealistic goals and etc. that they swear they’re gonna achieve and stick to. I’ve come to realize that associating the new year with things you want/should do is not a good idea… However I think it is a good idea to incorporate the new things in your daily life meaning instead of saying “I wanna lose 25lbs. this year.” make it a regular thing to go to the gym. Also, I think it is important to consider your goals and how realistic they are. Is it feasible for you to accomplish them? Don’t go beyond your means. Will you have time do it? Will you stick to it? You could always just plan to do something it doesn’t all have to happen in one year. Go at your own pace.
I just say all of this to express that I suggest that you should want to do these things long term depending on what the goal is. I think it is important to consider that you want to continue doing this thing rather than for a short period of time and constantly continuing the cycle of coming up with something new every year. Just consider what you want to do as improvement rather than becoming a new you.
Happy New Year again,