This Friday is all about animated Disney movies; and oof, they're emotional rollercoasters. Have you shed any tears over them, and if so, which ones? I've lost count, haha! Anyway, here are five Disney animated movies I will always recommend:
I'm no expert when it comes to reviewing things; especially movies/shows. However, I do love to share my opinions on them, and so, I'm going to call this little corner of my blog Simple Thoughts. Where I share my personal opinions of a movie/show without getting too technical. Encanto. Boy was this an emotional rollercoaster of a movie... and I LOVED it!
To write, or not to write? That is, well and truly, the question. Is writer's block actually a thing? Or do us wannabe writers use it as an excuse for why we haven't written more than four chapters of a book yet?
Wow! That was the word circling around my head for the first two hours of playing the new Pokémon game. I want to start by saying that this is the first Pokémon game I've played of its kind, but I also need to inform you that I haven't played the Sword/Shield game yet and so my opinions will strictly be in comparison to the games that came before that one. I'm also going to start with the few negatives as I always think it's a good idea to finish on the positives. So, let's dive in, shall we?
You're all snuggled down in bed, with a blanket around your shoulders, and a hot chocolate steaming on your bedside table. What could possible make this moment more perfect? A cosy game to play... that's what!
They're the best aren't they? For those unfamiliar with what they are; they're basically films that we never tire of watching, no matter how many times we've seen it, and watching them feels like someone's wrapping a blanket around your shoulders while they make you a hot chocolate and tuck you in all cosy.
Now, you either believe in ghosts or you still have your sanity intact. If like me, you're the former, then grab a cuppa and snuggle under the blankets while I discuss all things that go bump in the night.
"To be what we are, and to become what we are capable of becoming, is the only end of life."Robert Louis Stevenson, Familiar Studies of Men and Books I have no idea. A better question to ask yourself would be 'what is the meaning of my life?' But again, I have no idea. Since before… Continue reading What is the meaning of life?