So, it’s only been a week since I’ve started doing the mini project, and I already have to cut back on the amount of posts. Over the weekend, I was thinking to myself, What the hell was I thinking saying that I would try to do two posts a week, with one dealing with TV shows and movies? I’m constantly backed up on my shows, and I don’t go to the movies that often. Even then, most of the time, I don’t do a lot of reviews on movies. So, with that in mind, I’m going to only do weekly posts on whatever book I am reading, and do the occasional post on my TV shows (the ones that make me want to write a post on) and the movies that I watch.
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So, I have been thinking about having a recurring theme to this blog after I read this post. The reason that it struck a chord with me was because I realized that I haven’t really been posting as much as I used and I found that to be a little bit sad. I mean, I kept up this blog for a reason and that was to post things that I was thinking about at the time. So, I was thinking, what is there for me to write about that I can keep up and do in a regular fashion? I don’t want to write about school because I am almost done and don’t feel entirely comfortable having it posted where anyone can read it. I’m not currently working and wouldn’t write about it because again, anyone can read it, even if I had a job. It’s the same with talking about my friends and family. The only things that are constant in my life that I feel comfortable talking about on a blog right now are movies, TV shows, and of course, books. So, I thought, I’ll mainly focus on movies, TV shows and the books I’ve read. Hopefully, I’ll be able to do at least two posts a week, one talking about the book that I’m reading during that week, and another dealing with the shows that I’ve watched during the week.
I found this post on the Fresh Pressed. When I read this post, I realized that I’m not the only one who wants to read, review, and blog about books and movies as an ideal job. I would just love to be able to just sit around and read a book at my leisure, and actually get paid for it. The same applies to going to seeing movies and reviewing them by blogging. It would take a lot of stress off from finding a tedious job.
As I was doing my “research” for all of my classic Disney related blogs, I noticed that there were quite a few of comments that said that the movies from the ’90s are so much better than the more recent stuff. Case in point would the comment that veranasy16 made. This person said that he/she misses old Disney and the he/she won’t get bored watching stuff like The Lion King no matter how old he/she gets. Now, I’m a bit biased because I was raised on the ’90s movies and whatnot, but I have to agree with comments like that. I’m not saying the stuff nowadays is crap, but there’s a reason why the classics are called classics. I can’t really explain it. I think what it might be is the stuff from the ’90s is the best of cartoon animation. The current stuff, I think, is the best of computer animation. Although, I think stuff like High School Musical is kinda crappy. Anyway, that’s just my opinion.