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Series I am watching on Netflix

Watching Netflix is one way I relax. I don’t have as much time as I would love to binge watch my favourite series, but I watch a few hours every week and I look forward to it. It is my own way of unwinding. I am super homely, hardly go anywhere and I don’t feel like I am missing out on anything. I guess that’s why Netflix really works for me. Plus there are so many new movies and series to watch on there. It is sometimes impossible to decide on what to watch, which is why I now have a list on there. That way I go straight to my list to watch what I have added previously. If not I am be undecided all night.

 

 

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Series I am watching on Netflix

Here are some of the series I am currently watching on Netflix –

 

YOU

I found the first season of YOU so entertaining and I am now loving the second season. Initially, I struggled to get into it but Ince I did, it is episode after episode. It is definitely worth watching. The lead actor is such a psycho. Do you watch it?

 

Power

I love POWER so much. It is super entertaining with the twists and turns. I have seen all the new episodes in the new season and waiting on the last set to come through. I can’t wait to see who really killed Ghost. Who do you think it is?

 

The Stranger

I only just started watching this and I am so into it already. It is a fun storyline with a lot of suspense. I think the acting is amazing and I can’t wait to get to the root of the matter. This is another must-watch on Netflix.

 

Don’t F***k with Cats

This criminal documentary was quite disturbing to watch but I couldn’t stop watching. It was full of suspense and I found it very informative because it was my first time hearing about the case.  If you love crime, you would love this.

 

The Witcher

This was a good watch. I have seen a couple of episodes and I like the storyline. Highly recommended for those into the supernatural and fantasy. You won’t want to miss this.

 

Have you watched any of these Netflix series? What are you watching now? Do tell in the comments section below, let’s chat.

Thanks for reading, commenting and sharing. Have a fabulous week ahead.

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Beauty Muse – Merle Dandridge

If you are a Netflix lover like me, this face may be familiar to you. Merle Dandridge plays the role of Grace Greenleaf on the hit Netflix series – Greenleaf, and she is a Beauty Muse. I love everything about this woman, she is definitely a stunner and my beauty goals. Her skin is so smooth and spotless.She is blessed with a natural beauty with or without makeup. I also like the fact that she wears minimal makeup on the series. The kind of makeup that is hardly ever there, and she looks fab every time. Do you watch Greenleaf? The new season starts in November and I can’t wait to watch my favourite cast again.

 

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When it comes to beauty muses, I like to go for women with lovely facial features. The more natural beauty, the better. I also like featuring confident women, women doing big things with their lives and careers. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, and for me beauty is a lot more than how you look on the outside. Having a pretty face helps, but I look at the complete package. I love seeing beautiful independent women with great careers, especially when they are mothers as well. They inspire me to aim for the starts and pursue all my goals. This Beauty Muse right here is one of those women.

 

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Merle Dandridge was born in Okinawa, Japan, some 44 years ago, to a Korean mother and an African American father. She has lived in many cities/countries throughout her life, and started her acting career in Chicago theatre productions, before appearing in Criminal Minds, The Newsroom, 24, Drop Dead Diva, and more. Dandridge is a beautiful breath of fresh air and she is definitely a beauty muse.

What do you think of Dandridge? Will you call her your beauty muse? Please sound off in the comments section below.

Thanks for stopping by. Have a good one.

Fashion World – The Death of the High Street

Incase you have not noticed we are currently witnessing the death of the high street in the fashion world. Many high street shops are closing down all over the UK. The big fashion/retail giants are not left out of this, many of them have closed down a lot of their stores, and some have closed all of them, moving their business full online. The death of the high street is happening and it is quite sad to see many of my favourite shops leave. It is also horrible to know many people have lost their jobs as a result of this crisis. It makes you wonder what the high street would look like 10 years from now.

 

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The number of high street shops have been decreasing in the UK for many years now. Research has shown that shops in the UK have been decreasing for at least a century. Internet giants like Amazon and eBay have contributed to this decline. Many people like me rather shop online and have it delivered. Life is too busy to go into the shops to spend hours looking for what you want. It is a lot easier using the search bar on the brand’s website.

Nowadays, many people rather shop online which means business is slow in the brick and mortar section. Also, running a business online is a lot cheaper than having shops around. The online costs running a business  are between 10 per cent and 20 per cent less than running high street shops.This new way of life revolving around the big wide web has contributed massively to the death of the high street.

 

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Some writers argue that the online shopping trend will stop in a few years and people will go back to shopping in stores. I don’t agree with that at all. That is like saying people will go back to renting DVDs over streaming on Netflix. I think shopping online trend is here to stay especially in the fashion world. It is just too convenient for consumers and cheap for businesses to run. Which is why I don’t see it going away. What I do see is the gradual death of the high street in the fashion world. More and more shops will close for good on the high street, and focus their energy and attention on running their businesses online. The future is online and the faster we embrace it, the better the shock will be for all of us.

What do you think? Please share your views in the comments section below.

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