Last month was very eventful for Jonas Brothers fans, to say the least. Their documentary "Chasing Happiness" was released on Amazon Prime on June 4 (I'm still so emotional about it, by the way, I strongly recommend), their first album in roughly 10 years titled "Happiness Begins" was released on June 7, and they began performing live on June 13. In honor of all this, here are 11 Jonas Brothers song lyrics that everyone should live by.
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My boyfriend and I have the best holiday date list prepared so you don't have to search Pinterest for your next idea!
I would just like to note that I am a little biased because they were all great dates, and I know he's going to read this. So here's a quick, little reminder that I love my boyfriend very much!
It's time to repair the fissures in our American society.
With a huge sigh of relief, we can safely say that Joe Biden has won the election.
You never know where you might end up...
At the end of their last episode, "Grey's Anatomy" teased the return of another character from Meredith's past. After the return of Patrick Dempsey's, Derek Shepherd, Grey's fans know that no one is off-limits.
The return of these characters comes after Meredith was diagnosed with COVID-19 and began experiencing hallucinations of her loved ones.
Tired of hearing the same songs every Christmas?
I love listening to Christmas music just as much as the next person, but when I turn on my local holiday radio station each year, it just feels repetitive. No hate to musicians like Burl Ives or Nat King Cole, but Christmas music needs an update. Personally, I'm tired of the same "Let It Snow" and "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas". So plug in your Christmas tree, make some hot cocoa, and listen to these amazing (and updated) holiday songs.
'Tis the season for Jenny from the Block.
With the holidays right around the corner, there are many things to look forward to. Time with family, friends, great food, overall seasonal joy... And now the fragrances from Jennifer Lopez.
I have no shame in starting to feel festive super early.
All of these songs are definitely popular. However, I have the strong opinion that having the songs on your Christmas playlist be popular is extremely important. Having everyone sing to the songs is most of the fun; it adds to the festivity of whatever you're doing.
Personally, I love to bake cookies and hum along as I cannot sing and no one should ever hear me. Whatever you do for the holidays, enjoy your festive time and the season!
There is a very fine line between representation for mentally ill people and demonizing them for the sake of entertainment. Hollywood has a tendency to sensationalize mental illness, but these shows and movies got it right.
At the risk of being dismissive of all the progress we've made, mental health representation is still seriously lacking. Many shows fall into the traps of making their mentally ill character violent, making professional help seem useless, or making characters who don't reflect the reality for people living with mental illness.
Another month of finding new music during unusual times
A new month means new music! Like each month, I've collected my top 10 new songs or discoveries into a playlist. This November didn't have too many new releases, however, I did find a few and a couple of new discoveries.
1. Brittany Morgan, National Writer's Society
2. Radhi, SUNY Stony Brook
3. Kristen Haddox, Penn State University
4. Jennifer Kustanovich, SUNY Stony Brook
5. Clare Regelbrugge, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign