Hola, dear ones!
Weekly mixed cuentos are here, once again. Life these days does make me feel a bit like a poor little hamster in his wheel. But the wheel seems to be in the middle of nowhere, with wind and rain and chaos all around. Anyway, this hamster (myself) has some recommendations to share, so here they are:
Netflix and chill
You simply must see the 23 hours to kill, by Jerry Seinfeld. I have read quite a few very bad reviews, but I found it to be crazy funny. Funny as in your tummy will hurt after all that laughter. We do need that now, right?
I also binged season 2 of Dead to me. Now, this is not a masterpiece meant to be talked about for many centuries to come, but it is funny and the acting is surprisingly good, so, why not?
More on the chill side, after so much working in awkward postures, some yoga stretches to relieve the back pain are more than needed:
This guide on social distancing is the best ever 🙂
Here you can find some weirdly awesome backgrounds for your Zoom conferences.
An interview with Esther Perel about couples under stress is very useful, always.
About the importance of singing badly:
We’re encountering a fundamental idea: that we don’t need to be good at something, anything for us to join in. That we belong here anyway. That we deserve to exist. Others – much more than we think – are like us; they’re not judging us harshly most of the time; they’re wishing that they, themselves, could take the step we’re taking and – in fact – they are finding some of the encouragement they need precisely in our own inept, gloriously out of key but utterly genuine and beautiful efforts.https://www.theschooloflife.com/thebookoflife/the-importance-of-singing-badly/
This is all for this week. More chaos than ever, I know. It happens. 😀
Be good and remember:
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