June Round Up

Oh June. A month filled with freedom. Since the start of the year, I’ve been longing to get to June as I would finally finish university and I’d be free of coursework, revision and messy housemates. Therefore, in June I moved back home, started a new part time job, got my university results and potentially landed a graduate role. I was able to catch up with friends, do boring life admin and watch a whole load of telly. So here is everything I’ve been watching/reading and listening to this month.


Orange is the New Black: Late to the party on this one, but me and the boyfriend were in need of a new series to sink our teeth into. It’s a Netflix Original and is set in a female prison. It’s explicit, has an interesting storyline and often funny. I’m looking forward to catching up to the latest series – its meant to be amazing!

The Walking Dead: *SPOILER ALERT* This show, for me, is enjoyable but often gets forgotten about behind all the other tv shows I’m currently watching.  If you enjoy apocalyptic movies, this is the show for you; there is a lot of gore. The latest season started off explosive (RIP GLEN), but has slowed down as we reach the end. I’m hoping the last couple of episodes pick up the pace a bit!

Other: This month I’ve also been catching up with Law & Order, Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and Modern Family. 



My Dad Wrote a Porno: Season three started again recently and is so. so funny. If you haven’t listened to this podcast yet, you are missing out. Three friends, one of which has a dad who has written an explicit porno book, read a chapter out loud every week and completely rip it to shreds. Its cringe-worthy, but laugh-out-loud-on-public-transport funny #truestory. If you are a secret #Belinker too, let me know!


Moving back home, finally earning money again, getting a 2:1 at university and sunny weekends.


Graduating from university, looking for a new home for me and my boyfriend and potentially starting a new job?!

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