It’s that time of year again! The time of year that if you live in Los Angeles, most of your small-talk is based around awards season. We’re talking about what we liked, what we didn’t like, how it’s possible that so-and-so did or didn’t like such-and-such. Basically, we can’t stop talking about movies. And all of this energy and gossip culminates on February 9th when a bunch of fancy (see: mostly out of touch) industry people get even fancier and hand out the fanciest of trophies to those they deem worthy.
Basically, I love it.
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If you follow me on Instagram, you already know that I went to my very first craft/creators conference recently. I spent 4 days in Ventura, CA at Craftcation and the joy and inspiration that it filled me with was beyond any expectation I could have had. Don’t worry, I’ll do a deep dive post on Craftcation soon.
I have been feeling this creative afterglow since the conference. There was so much positivity and championing of each other and our work. The lack of negativity was astounding. I could almost feel my molecules rearranging into a non-cynical person! Me! Can you believe that?
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I’m not going to lie to you. I have definitely not seen as many Oscar nominated films this year as I have in years past. I saw plenty of movies this year but for some reason, the ones I loved weren’t nominated (I’m looking at you Sorry to Bother You).
But not seeing all of the movies never stops me from enjoying watching The Academy Awards. I cannot tell you the last time that I missed the Oscars. This is partly because I live in Los Angeles and partly due to years of working in the entertainment business, but honestly, I was watching the Oscars in my single-digit childhood years too. I can’t kick the habit.
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I love Valentine’s Day. I love the celebration of romantic and platonic relationships (did you read about my Galentine’s Party?), all the pink, and all of the chocolate. What I don’t love is the crowds on Valentine’s Day night.
Lucky for me, I have a partner who feels the same way. For the past several years, we have celebrated at home, cooking a delicious meal, and watching the NBA All-Star events.
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