Your Weekend Reading, Watch & Listen List #12


I hope you’ve all had a good first week of September? I’m such a summer lover but I can’t deny that I’m a little excited for the cooler weather, for the leaves to turn a vibrant shade of red and to not have to worry about walking my dogs. September is one of my favourite months for a couple of reasons; it signifies a fresh start and all the good tv shows come back on tv and this is everything that I've been enjoying lately on tv and online.

  • The Great British Bake Off has returned, nothing makes me happier than seeing that return to tv.

  • I’m not much of a film watcher but I thoroughly enjoyed Us, a very clever horror movie.

  • Season 3 of 13 Reasons Why came out and we’ve finished it and I’m still not sure what to think, the shows gone down a whole different path that I didn’t expect.

  • I finally decided that Amazon Prime TV was worth it and I’m currently rewatching The Walking Dead as I lost track with the show a while ago and I forgot how brilliant the first few seasons are.

  • And I managed to convince my boyfriend that we should watch Modern Family, if you enjoy the likes of F.R.I.E.N.D.S and The Office then you will probably love this show.

  • I ventured back through my iTunes library and rediscovered Best Coast, easy summer listening at its finest.

  • I’ve also been loving PVRIS’s first album.

  • And all of Paramore albums.

  • Meg launched an incredible website and podcast all about mental health called Listen Louder and I’ve been thoroughly enjoying the episodes, such a comfort if you struggle with your mental health.

  • Finally, my dreams were answered when I saw that Sali Hughes released a podcast all about beauty.

  • Despite not really wanting children myself I’ve really enjoyed Clemmie Hoopers Birth Stories podcast.

  • A great think piece from Michelle on leather, as a vegetarian I don’t eat animals but I still use animal products in my life which I would desperately like to cut back entirely.

  • Such a beautiful post about adopting a child from Elsie Larson.

  • Another great one from Elsie about The Art Of Letting Go.

  • If you’re looking for a new TV show to watch then this post is a must read.

  • This is a really important post on cultural appropriation and something everyone should read.


Rebecca WarrinerLifestyle