3 Guilty Pleasures on Netflix 🍕
Confession: Before I even think of making weekend plans (ie; the outdoor activity kind) I can't help but run through "My List" on Netflix. What's up, what's new, what's next and then all of a sudden it's midnight on Sunday. Boo.
Netflix has become a whore in all of our lives, but she's a good one though right? The fact that she never gives you more than you can handle, yet sometimes not enough, Netflix is that fuck buddy on speed dial.
This weekend you need to relax, literally just chill and turn your brain off. There's a variety of series that we recommend can do the trick.
Stranger Things is a Netflix original with all the 80's mystery style, back when kids took off on bikes in search of adventures. And the soundtrack is hella good. It's "Stand By Me" meets "Now and Then" with sci-fi in the mix. Must love Winona Ryder.
Everyone - everyone - loved Gossip Girl when it was on network TV. That one night of the work week where it was okay to indulge in the absurd teenage wealth of New York City's Upper East Side. Man, did they have some extreme, but fancy problems. The irony is that it was our one emotional cure for the Great American Recession. I miss Dorota.
I don't know why I need to watch a group of Japanese millennials cohabitate in a kick ass minimalist house in Tokyo, but I just do. For hours on end and while I'm folding laundry. Terrace House: Boys & Girls in the City is the unscripted Japanese rendition of MTV's Real World without the overhyped antics of young Americans. Instead these group of six people are polite, considerate and don't want to physically harm one another. Why am I fixated on them?
Happy binging! Don't forget to tip the pizza delivery guy.