Remember that song “Working for the Weekend” by Loverboy from the 80s? Here’s a look if you don’t remember or just want to dance at your desk.
I really do make lists about everything and anything — and I figured I’d share my latest list with you.
I watch “The View” on TV every single day with my coworkers. We comment on the interviews they get, what they’re wearing (especially Whoopi and her ridiculous smocks,) and whatever “hot topic” they’re discussing.
I love Barbara Walters and have always looked up to her as a journalist and woman. I even emailed her once after reading her book and she actually emailed me back! But sadly she’ll be leaving “The View” in the summer of 2014. It was also announced that Joy Behar and Elisabeth Hasselbeck are moving on too. So this leaves a very large hole to fill in daytime programing. The show will go on but who will host? I’ve got a list of my own of course.
My coworkers, friends and husband also contributed to the list that I made on Pinterest. Who would you add?
I’ve literally been glued to my TV for weeks watching Breaking Bad on Netflix.
Each night Jay and I would watch a few episodes and we are finally all caught up and excited for the series finale in August. The writing and the characters are superb. If you don’t watch it — you need to!
- Breaking Bad (Netflix, Amazon Instant Video)
- Homeland (Amazon Instant Video, Showtime Online, iTunes)
- Downton Abby (Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus)
- The Sopranos (HBO Go, HBO on Demand)
- Lost (Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus)
- Grey’s Anatomy (Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus)
- Bones (Netflix, Amazon Instant Video)
- Mad Men (Netflix, Amazon Instant Video)
- Alias (Netflix, Amazon Instant Video)
- Dexter (Amazon Instant Video)
- Heroes (Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus)
- Girls (Amazon Instant Video)
Just last week an old friend (as in we’ve known each other a long time — not old like she’s actually old. I’m sure she would want me to clarify) dragged me to a concert. I’m half excited and half embarrassed to tell you we went to the New Kids on the Block concert at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Eee — I know! So I really didn’t want to go and she made me. And I’m really glad she did.
It’s was so fun to hear all those old songs again and remember what life was like back in the 90s. haha! I had a smile on my face the whole time. (Maybe some of that had to do with the Pinot Grigio…but I digress.) So I wanted to take the opportunity to tell all of you how good for your soul a little trip down memory lane can be! Whether it’s music, pictures or even clothes — remembering the past can be a blast.
Remember how much fun it was for Carrie and the girls from Sex and the City?
As a TV producer — I think in lists all day long: segment ideas, schedules, questions, shots, etc. Many of the skills I use at work come in handy in my everyday life too. Grocery shopping, looking for an apartment, traveling and even clothing shopping becomes much easier with a plan — and a list!
If you think of your life like a newscast — and break it up into little bite-sized segments — it will be much easier to manage and be successful. I talked to Hilary Topper on her show, “Hilary Topper On Air” about how thinking like a producer will make you more efficient and less stressed in every aspect of your life. We talked about websites to make your life simpler, how to get your holiday shopping done with ease and ways to save money.
Take a listen to her show on Blog Talk Radio and let me know what you think!