On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks my sweet sunshine sister Arsineh joins me in discussing a topic that we feel is deeply important not only in our lives but for mankind. We talk saying “I’m sorry”, apologizing when need be, kindly approaching confrontations, and self forgiveness, too. We even discuss a huge flaw we both have that’s often pointed out to us and the approaches we’ve taken to manage it.
To kickstart year-end reviews, we’ve got a brand new episode of Marvelous Geeks! On this week’s episode, I cover some Trader Joe’s favorites, Disney, beauty, skin care, and some miscellaneous goodies, too. I wanted to thank you all from the bottom of my heart for all the support towards the podcast this year — it’s been so much fun, and I can’t wait for more next year. As promised, here’s a list of everything I could find online that was mentioned in the podcast. Be sure to come back next week for TV/film Best of the Year reviews.
On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks, I throw it back to October 17 when I got to sit down with two of my incredible friends in Philadelphia, Melody and Leen to discuss a topic that’s very near to our hearts. We talk about how we all met and what it’s like to carry on a long distance friendship all while giving our input on what makes a healthy friendship. The good, the bad, the ugly? We get into it. The podcast gets a little bit emotional as we share some of the struggles we’ve gone through in our lives (i.e. depression, anxiety, grief) and the kind of help/space that’s appreciated.
On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks, I’m joined by my beautiful tropical fish Maneh Sar to talk about our raw, unfiltered thoughts on living in Los Angeles. We dive into mental health, our heartaches, pressures, and the overall city’s energy in an attempt to figure out why we’re so often drained by it.
It sounds like a Hallmark film doesn’t it? Good, because that’s what I was going with when I chose this title. The real time of new beginnings and cozy feelings is finally upon us again and all is right in the world now. And hello yes, I’m that one person in your life that perhaps loves pumpkin everything a little too much, but when did pumpkins ever hurt anybody? Ugh. A mood. On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks, I review all my favorite fall/pumpkin goodies from the greatest place on earth, Trader Joe’s, from cheeses to crackers, the most heavenly salsa, and all the cookies, too.
On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks, one of my best friends/sister joins me in talking about the importance of traveling, our favorite places in the world, packing essentials, and getting super real talking about how much we’ve changed from our experiences. If you’ve ever wondered about whether or not you should take that trip you’re thinking of, we’re here to convince you that it may be one of the best decisions you make. Our opinions are from our own experiences so please be mindful listening.
Disney’s Christopher Robin was one of the most darling films of the year — a time for celebration for any of us who’ve grown up with the noteworthy stories of Winnie the Pooh and his friends. It was a film about the struggles in life and the most significant part of it, love. It was a film meant to inspire in every way, shape or form. And it did, it definitely did where my own life is concerned so be sure to check out our brand new podcast to hear more.
“Do you suppose it’s possible for us to belong to someone before we’ve met them? If so, I belong to you or you to me, or me simply to the spirit I found among you in Guernsey. […] And hope that if books do have the power to bring people together, this one may work its magic.”
Yes, yes I do suppose – and that’s certainly the case with a film as remarkably captivating as this one. If you know anything about me, I hope it’s how much I adore a story of triumph and adventure cobbled with a romance that’s to be treasured for all eternity. I’m a complete sap, that’s a given, but The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is the first period-drama film I’ve ardently adored since Jane Austen adaptations. And that seems oddly fitting because the film’s very own hero/writer is a fan of the beloved Miss Austen, too. Win win. The film takes us on the kind of enamoring adventure of finding oneself through another’s story, and isn’t that how we all find inspiration every now and then? The stories we hear, the people we meet, and the journeys we embark on. The film adaptation of Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrow’s novel of the same title is an exquisite masterpiece filled with a stunning cast and pleasant twists to the story’s original format. The riveting cinematography, astounding performances, and thought-provoking themes have given us something truly great to hold onto.
P.S. let’s just go ahead and declare the summer of 2018, the summer of Lily James, because she’s doing it all, captivating our hearts one wanderlust evoking movie after another. (The first I’m referring to is Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again if that wasn’t obvious.)
On this week’s episode of Marvelous Geeks, Morgan’s back to talk all things Ant-Man and the Wasp with me. This isn’t a spoiler free podcast so be warned if you haven’t seen the film yet. Who’ll save who? What was our favorite part? And naturally, there’s more Avengers 4 speculations. Come talk all things MCU with us.
Surprise! I bet you thought you heard the last from me re. this movie. On this episode of Marvelous Geeks, I’m here to talk about the greatest film in existence, a true cinematic masterpiece, Guy Ritchie’s The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Ugh. It’s the best, fellow geeks. It really truly is. There’s something for everyone, guaranteed.