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Journal Entry (#56)

December 30, 2018

1:14 PM

I’ve been overwhelmed.

It’s funny, I feel like I’ve been waiting so long for this chance to be on my own, but I wasn’t prepared for all the setbacks that have come my way.

Things are slowly coming together though, and I’ve been pushing through my anxiety and depression and working on bettering my mindset about things.

Surviving paycheck to paycheck has been a struggle.

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Journal Entry (#43)

April 26, 2018
9:36 AM

Isn’t it crazy how things can go from 0-100 in 60 seconds? Monday night I had spent all evening and part of the night with C, and things were really great. We just keep moving forward. Then Tuesday night came around, and things got real harsh real fast.

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Weekly Movie Watch: The Disappointments Room

Here’s our recent Weekly Movie Watched. I mentioned in my one post last week (here) that this was the last movie that I watched. Have you ever watched it?

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October is here, and we decided to go with horrors and thrillers to fit the mood. Here’s movie #1. The Disappointments Room:

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Weekly Movie Watch: Seeking A Friend For The End of The World

Reblogging this a few days late. Last week we watched Seeking a Friend For the End of the World. Here’s our thoughts!

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September’s theme is Post-Apocalyptic/Apocalyptic movies. Here’s movie #4, Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World:

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Weekly Movie Watch: V For Vendetta

Last week we watched V for Vendetta. Here’s our thoughts on the movie! Surprisingly, I never watched this movie before. I really enjoyed it!

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September’s theme is Post-Apocalyptic/Apocalyptic movies. Here’s movie #3, V for Vendetta:

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Recent Shows I’ve Watched

Hey guys, I wrote this on my other blog, but this is a bit of a recommendation post for some of my recent watches! Check it out (:

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Hey guys! Lately I’ve been on my own drama binge and I’ve finished three seasons of three different shows. This is my post sort of recommending you to check them out. So let me start:

Game of Thrones (Season 7)

I’m a huge GoT fan. Ever since I got hooked on the first season (a year ago), I’ve been obsessed. I binged the first six seasons in less than three weeks. Then had to wait months for season 7 to come out. And… now that season 7 is over, I’m disappointed in the fact that now I have to wait almost two years for the final eighth season to come out. Like… what kind of bull is that?

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Netflix Originals: Gypsy [REVIEW]

Here’s a post I’m sharing from my other blog! I watched this series and wrote a review on it. Have you seen it?

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Drama / Thriller
10 Episodes (1 Season)
~ 51 mins per episode~

“Academy Award-nominee Naomi Watts stars in this Netflix-original psychological thriller as Jean, a therapist in New York with a successful practice and a life that seems picturesque. As Jean starts to develop intimate and illicit relationships with the people in her patients’ lives, the borders of her professional life and personal fantasies become blurred. Jean descends into a world where reality and the forces of her desires are disastrously at odds, which impacts her life and the lives of those around her.” – Google


I picked this show out randomly to watch. Before, I had been watching Supernatural, and while that’s a terrific show, after 5 seasons I was looking for a break. So I was browsing My List and I came across this random show I added. It said psychological thriller, so…

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Let’s Talk: Game of Thrones

Okay, I just watched the latest episode of Game of Thrones (S07 E04), and… that ending! Game of Thrones is notorious for these kind of endings, but having to wait a week to see what happens next? That sucks.


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Drama in the Workplace

The ideal day would not start with a trip to the job, but rather sleeping all day, streaming Netflix and listening to music. Ohh and completely avoiding all aspects of life – with the exception of a few.


When I first started working at my job, I went in with this attitude that I would avoid drama at all cost and just do my best to get along with everyone. Which I have managed to accomplish – for the most part – in the year and a half since I begun working there. However, the longer I’m there, the more I start to see the problems more clearly. Coworkers who can’t stand each other, rules that get changed around with each manager or shift supervisor, and people who get away with things  that most of us aren’t able to do.

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