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    February Favourites

    worst behaviour – Ariana Grande Still Watching: Wandavision podcast Wandavision, in general It’s A Sin   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by It’s A Sin | The Pink Palace ✨ (@thepinkpalace) Superstore on Netflix The casting in This Is Us for Annie and Deja Films 30 watches. 4 rewatches, 26 first time. Out of the first time watches, I particularly loved: Erin Brockovich The Pianist Other People Minari The Map of Tiny Perfect Things Tweets that made me laugh i think about this every day pic.twitter.com/rWp89k5Yq8 — kendaya (@kungfukenny2000) February 4, 2021 marvel is so sick for this… pic.twitter.com/FuypScHhGe — zae (@ItsZaeOk) February 5, 2021 god…

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    January Favourites

    This year I’m doing my favourites slightly different. Instead of lots of text and explanations, it’s more of a basic list with minimal explanation. Seeing as this is for my own interests anyway and I doubt people read it, it makes sense. Bunch of things I liked during this looooong January, spent at home in another lockdown. Oscar Isaac and Pedro Pascal spending NYE together May all of 2021 be as fucking sexy as this shot of Oscar Isaac and Pedro Pascal celebrating New Years together pic.twitter.com/PvX91pgEdo — Jason Adams (@JAMNPP) January 1, 2021 Potential Breakup Song Explicit – Aly and AJ ‘tis the damn season – Taylor Swift Animal…

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    2020 Favourites

    Instead of thinking about how gloomy and awful 2020 was, there were good things I watched, listened to, read, and enjoyed (most of which was due to having extra time for these things and there was nothing else to do!). Here are those things from 2020. Film I watched 96 U.K. 2020 film releases during 2020. Not many of those were in the cinema for obvious reasons. It was a weird year for film. With many delays, closing of cinemas, 2020 film seems weird. Would my top 10 favourites be the same had the year been different? Most likely. Top 10 favourites of 2020 (U.K. release): The Trial of the…

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    Ways to feel more in control of your social media apps

    I shared the following post on my Instagram feed (@nadineecohome) and wanted to provide more detail here. The average user spends just under 2 hours and 30 minutes on social media a day. This length of time has likely increased during a worldwide pandemic too, as we’re spending more time at home and less time out. If we spend so much time on social media, we should at least utilise the functions to make it as nice a place for our mentality as possible. Here are some simple ways to feel more in control of social media: 1. Unfollow accounts that don’t make you happy Like how you would choose…