5 Favourite Friday

I’m writing this from a Bella Italia in the middle of London. Not bad eh? I thought I would round up my favourite things from this week.

1) Kindle Unlimited

I got an email recently telling me about the Kindle Unlimited deal where it was £1.99 for 3 months. Until this point I hadn’t really looked at kindle unlimited and didn’t know what it actually was. I’m an avid kindle reader and amazon prime subscriber.

It turns out Kindle Unlimited is where you can read essentially anything that’s on Kindle Unlimited can be read for free while you’re subscribed. I’ve found a ton of Kindle Unlimited books to read so will be sharing those on my Good Reads(link) .

It’s certainly worth checking out if you’re an avid reader. The best thing to do is see what unlimited offer first before you sign up because they tend to be less well known authors so I’ve chosen things based on ratings and subject but don’t know the author’s work.

2) Hannibal TV Show

My other half has a serious love for the TV show Hannibal so I thought I’d give it a go. It follows Hannibal as a psychiatrist set before the Silence of the Lambs film. The main focus, however, is the crime scenes and Will Graham, an FBI agent with an interesting way of empathising with the killer to solve cases.

I’ve just finished the first season and it’s so good! So many twists and turns that always keep you guessing. It also strays from the somewhat disturbing idea of cannibalism and is eluded to in beautifully presented meals. It makes it all oddly appealing looking. :S

3) Tarot Cards

I will shamelessly say that I have been looking for some tarot cards since Christmas when Kalyn Nicholson got some and showed them on camera.

I am intrigued by how they work and what they can teach me and others around me. I ended up picking up the classic cards and also some positive cards. They’re all so beautiful in the positive pack and I’m so glad I got them both.

So far they have been eerily good at predicting how my day has gone or will go. I did a tarot reading for a lot of my family and some of us got luck and abundance. We then went and bought some scratch cards for the hell of it and I won £10.

I’m thinking of starting a weekly or daily post where I do my cards and show you guys and see how well they prophesise my day. Let me know if that’s something you’d be interested in?

4) The Tim Ferriss Show – podcast.

I’m fairly sure if you’re from the states then you’ll have heard of Tim Ferris. For those of you who haven’t he is essentially motivational speaker and life coach. He also has a podcast and apparently a TV show I have learnt recently.

The podcast interviews amazing people and provides insight into their lives and how other people can become successful in their everyday lives.

It is seriously good at motivating me to live my best life and also helps me to get out of bed in the morning and be productive! Certainly worth a listen if you need some motivation.

5) Screen Unseen

If you have seen my Instagram or twitter you may have seen that I’ve been to Odeon’s Screen Unseen a few times now and absolutely love it! The premise is that you will see an advanced UK screening, guaranteed not to be a horror and aged between U and a 15. That’s all you know. Tickets are £5 so it’s a lot cheaper than regular tickets.

The movie of choice is hinted at with 4 hints during the month on twitter but they’re always literally the hardest to work out ever. Like ever. It’s roughly once a month on a Monday.

Recent films I’ve seen are;
Brigsby Bear 🐻
3 Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri 🗡️
The Shape Of Water 💦
and finally I, Tonya. ❄️

As you can see there have been so many award winning films already and to see them for £5 is crazy. Definitely worth a look!

Let’s be friends;




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3 thoughts on “5 Favourite Friday”

  1. omg i have a huge obsession with tarot cards, I bought a set a few years ago, and use it monthly now for my card of the month. I even have a tarot card app. You know what I didn’t know if Kindle Unlimited would be worth it, because while I read some book on my ipad, I really prefer hard copies so much more, you really can’t beat that price! Let me know how you like it! Great post Isabelle xxx
    Melina | http://www.melinaelisa.com

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