Are you one of those summer people? I am definitely not and that may or may not something to do with the fact that I am from a hot tropical country and am currently living in the middle of a desert.
Anyway, I am already hyped that the last leg of summer is already here, not that the humidity is an indication of that. And I just realized all I do in the weekend posts is complain about the climate. So moving on to other news.
I have had a very productive week in terms of binge watching Netflix. Yes I am on Marvel phase and I went through Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Daredevil and Iron Fist all in the past two weeks. And Oh my, Mike Colter as Luke Cage is damn freaking hot! RIGHT?
I am just gonna leave this here.
Also I watched the new Ant Man and the wasp, Fallout- Mission Impossible and a Tamil movie in the theaters. It goes without saying that I have not got much of reading done.
All is not lost because I am currently reading ‘The Forty rules of Love’ and am liking it. I have been recommended the book by at least three different sources and yet it took me so long to get to it.
I have been to ask you WordPress users, whats with this new editor Gutenberg? Did any one else get the hang of it yet? I agree I have only tried it once before and I didn’t like it. I would give it a try again, but any pointers and why does it have to be so complicated?
I know it has been a while since I shared nuggets from around the internet web that I liked but here are a few that I found last week.
- This interesting post on if reading makes us smarter will help you out the next time you run out of smarter things to say.
- I have been meaning to read The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck, but lets face it, I have got too many books on my TBR that we will never know when I will reach for this one. But I liked this post of his on stop trying to change yourself.
I will be linking today’s post with Caffeinated reviewer’s Sunday post Meme.
How was your week? What did you read or watch? And are you ready for the summer to be done and dusted already? Let us talk.