8 Binge-Worthy Shows To Watch This Summer

8 Binge-worthy Shows That Will Add More Than Just Sunshine To Your Summer

Say goodbye to the heat and hello to your bed.


It's summertime! And that means free time, which also means the thing we all love … binge-watching time. If you're anything like me, you compile a list of the shows you're ready to watch or add them to your Netflix list, whatever it is that you do. It's finally the time you've been waiting for … to sit back, relax and not move for an obscene amount of time that we're going to casually skim over.

If you're looking for a show to add to your list, well I've got some of my picks for my binge-list this summer.

1. "Once Upon A Time"


I have always wanted to watch this show but just never got around to starting it - until about three weeks ago. Now, here I am, 6 seasons in and can't get enough of it. The characters are amazing, the costumes are mind-blowing, and there's just so much creativity. You will constantly wonder what's going to happen next. This is now one of my favorite shows, ever.

2. "The Crown"


Anyone else want to indulge in your favorite guilty pleasure, the Royal Family? Yeah, me too. I've only ever heard amazing things about "The Crown", so I think it's time I added it to my list and get to it.

3. "This Is Us"


I started the first episode of this one with high hopes and finished sobbing uncontrollably. Just an insight into what you'll be like when you watch this one. I still have a lot more to watch, but it's just so good. You'll understand the hype within a few minutes. Trust me.

4. "Westworld"


I have to be honest. I have zero idea what this show is about. All I know is that I've heard people talking about how amazing this show is for quite some time. I'm as curious as you are to find out what it's about, that is unless you've already seen it and actually do know, which in that case go you for being ahead of the trend.

5. "13 Reasons Why" Season 2


OK, now this one is a very controversial one. I personally loved the first season, which I'm aware is a very split decision. I really enjoyed the second season for the most part. There were definitely certain elements and scenes that I was not a huge fan of, but it is still raw, emotional, and filled with fantastic performances from a young and talented cast.

6. "Pose"


This one I have not seen yet, but I've hear such great things about it. With a killer cast and a storyline that should be told, I think this is going to be a good one. Did I mention it's from Ryan Murphy, aka the genius behind "Glee" and "American Horror Story"?

7. "Beat Shazam"


So this one isn't necessarily a binge-worth show, but it's very fun and entertaining. It has music, laughs, and Jaime Foxx. What could be bad about that? The answer is nothing.

8. "Disney Fairytale Weddings"


If you're like me, then you live for anything wedding related. Just add Disney to the mix and you've got a bonafide hit on your hands. This show is beautiful, romantic, and might even make you tear up a little bit - or a lot. It also can potentially give you an unrealistic idea of what your wedding and/or proposal will be, but that's besides the point.

Well that's it. Say goodbye to heat and hello to your bed because there's tons of binge-worthy TV for you to enjoy this summer.

Happy binge-watching!

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7 Things Every Real Taylor Swift Fan Knows Will 100 Percent Happen On TS7



On April 13th, Taylor Swift posted on her Instagram a picture with the caption "4.26"... since then, every post since has had the same caption, and fans have been theorizing ever since.

1. It's going to be very different from "Reputation"


Looking at her current pastel Instagram theme, it is very, very different than dark, mysterious vibe from her "Reputation" days.

2. This will be one of Taylor's happiest albums yet


Taylor has stayed out of the media for the most part since the release of "Reputation", and I believe that she's enjoyed her time, focusing on her music, friends, family, and relationships during this downtime.

3. This album will reflect on her childhood


In 2016, in an interview with Glamour magazine, Taylor revealed that she was bullied in school, and her mom would often take her to T.J.Maxx after school to look at the opal jewelry in order to cheer her up. On April 14th, she posted a picture of jewelry, including opal. Also, one could say that her current Instagram profile picture has an opal tone to it. These could be hints to Taylor tapping into her childhood for her newest album. Oh, and she dressed up as a "childhood hero" for a New Year's Eve party...

4. ...But also focus on moving forward


From her fresh, pastel Instagram theme to the flowers, butterflies, and overall springy vibes, Taylor has an airy, happy vibe that yells fresh, new life. Perhaps the album will also focus on her rising above everything from "Reputation" and all of the new things in her life.

5. It's going to have hidden eggs placed within the lyrics


All Swift fans know that Taylor loves to play games and create puzzles for us to figure out leading up to album releases. Why does the album itself have to be any different? Hopefully TS7 will have hidden gems in it as well...

6. Jack Antonoff and Max Martin will be back


Jack and Max have been with Taylor since "1989," and I don't think they're going anywhere. If they made it through the sound shift between Swift's 5th and 6th albums, they can work with whatever new ideas Taylor comes up with.

7. If the old Taylor is dead, I think TS7 will be when the new Taylor fully emerges


There's been some butterfly emojis and imagery flying around on Taylor's Instagram, and in a way, I think TS7 will be Taylor emerging from her cocoon of sorts into a butterfly. "Reputation" showed that she was capable of change, and this new album will show a more mature version of Taylor.

Chances are all of these are 100% wrong... but hey, it's fun to theorize while we wait for her new single/album to drop on April 26th.

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Easter Is More Than Just A Day

He is risen, and LIVES today... Not just on Easter.


Every Easter there is always a flood of posts on social media, and every post has a similar caption: "He is risen!" And indeed He is.

Not that there is anything wrong with these posts. It's nice to see everyone in their "Sunday best." However, my question is why do we make Easter a one-day ordeal? We should be celebrating the resurrection and life of our Savior every day, not just one day a year.

Jesus's death on the cross is worth so much more than one day. He is deserving of far greater.

So often, we let ourselves be consumed by life and all our problems that we get distracted. We let ourselves forget the work that Jesus did on the cross.

Yet, this should not be our reality because Jesus won.

Jesus won. He defeated the grave. Let that sink in, because all too frequently I feel like this falls deaf to our ears and hearts.

Understanding that Jesus conquered death and has already won the battle for the world (John 16:33) should give us peace.

Having this knowledge should help us to say, "I see these things that I can't fix. But Jesus has conquered death, and everything else is taken care of."

Celebrate who Jesus is and what He has done every day, not just on Easter.

Lord, thank you that I can celebrate the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ every single day. Thank you that Easter is so much bigger and far better than just a holiday. You have defeated death, so now I can rest in that truth--knowing that you will take care of even the most minuscule details of my life. You hold today, tomorrow, and forever. Thank you that I can celebrate who you are and what you've done from now until eternity.

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