Please Add Me on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Ok so…this post is a little different from what I normally post and in fact, this may read more like diary or a letter to a penpal or even a conversation I should be having with a licensed professional, idk? I’ve decided to bring a little bit of my instability to my blog since it’s pretty evident already on my Finsta, Twitter or even Rinsta. This is just what I felt like writing today. That’s not to say I’m done writing about Colombia though, because I probably have about 5 more posts about it but I was thinking, why not diversify for a bit! 

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I Hate True Crime But Here Are My Favorite Podcasts

Podcasts have been around for a while but they’re only now starting to pick up popularity in the mainstream populace. Like, at least once a week someone I’m related to or went to high school with posts a Facebook status that says something like, “Comment podcast recommendations below!” The problem with these podcast recommendations is that they are overwhelmingly true crime pods. In fact, some people even say “I like true crime!” to guide people’s recommendations. Sometimes I think Facebook locals think podcasts have only one genre and that is true crime. For me, however, true crime is overdone and boring so I’m here to share with you some of my favorite podcasts.

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The (Happy) People v. The (Unhappy) People: A Defense for Those Of Us Who Are Already Listening to Christmas Music

It seems as though every year we start listening to Christmas music earlier and earlier. In the beginning it was December 1st, then we backed up to the day after Thanksgiving, then November 1st, and then brace yourself…some of us actually start listening before Halloween. I know, the horror! But what has caused this change? What’s behind the Christmas craze? And why are some people so against it?

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