Sunday Post #86: Good busy!

Posted January 16, 2022 by Angie in Sunday Post / 10 Comments

I feel like last week went by really fast! I did quite a bit, but didn’t feel like I was doing a lot. Most importantly, I was working through the Google Data Analytics program. I finished the second of the eight courses, so I am on my way!

I watched Don’t Look Up (Netflix), which was sooo true! WTF kind of world do we live in?! And in semi-related-but-not-really news, HBOmax is rebooting Degrassi! I am beyond excited! I was sooo annoyed that Netflix just dropped the ball on Next Class, but now it’s coming back! I can’t wait to see what they do with my favorite high school! This calls for another rewatch!

Other than that, I did play Animal Crossing like always, and I also played Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker since it’s available for FREE right now. It’s super adorable! But I’m glad it was a free trial, because it’s not a game that I’d find worth spending $60 on since it’s so short. It reminds me a lot of Super Mario Galaxy, just not as challenging. I’m definitely glad I got to play it though, because I really enjoyed it. It gave me a sense of accomplishment! I’ve also been playing Paper Mario on-and-off. I didn’t like it at first, but now that the battles are a bit more involved, I’m enjoying it more.

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Just a few things this week, since I wanted to read more books that I already own.

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10 responses to “Sunday Post #86: Good busy!

  1. Lisa Mandina

    I watched Don’t Look Up this past week too! It was definitely true about a lot of things. I just can’t seem to get interested in my Animal Crossings game, although I need to! Have a good week.
    Lisa Loves Literature

  2. Captain Toad sounds interesting. It’s a shame it’s not worth the money though. As you know, I finally started working on my island after it was neglected for so long! Lol.

    Happy reading!

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