Top Products of 2017! What I loved, What I Used, and What I’ll continue to use

In a society where there are millions of products easily accessible to us, it says something when a person goes back to something again and again. I thought it would be helpful to tell you guys what I used the most this year, and what I plan to continue to use! In a wide variety … Continue reading Top Products of 2017! What I loved, What I Used, and What I’ll continue to use

My Top Moments of 2017!

5...4...3...2...1....Happy New Year! As we all prepare to ring in the new year, the world falls into a unanimous feeling of sentiment and reflection. Either looking back with fondness on that one item on your bucket list you achieved, or cringing over that relationship you may have wasted your time on, each of those experiences … Continue reading My Top Moments of 2017!

Life Update: Starting College, Anxiety, Deleting Social Media, Forgiveness, Switching Schools? Changing My Major? Let’s Catch Up!

It's been awhile since my last post, and honestly, I've missed posting on here SO MUCH! But, as you may or may not know, I recently started my first semester of college, and I did not expect to be so busy, especially because I am only at the Columbus State Delaware Campus. This college was in no … Continue reading Life Update: Starting College, Anxiety, Deleting Social Media, Forgiveness, Switching Schools? Changing My Major? Let’s Catch Up!

Get off the couch, see these movies

the inspiration behind my recent Movie Monday post!! Check out Chlo’s thoughts on a variety of movies!

Chloe Murdock


Working at a movie theater in the age of Netflix and Chill is like watching a car accident—I’m not a key player, but I’m a witness to how two forces spin themselves out of proportion. Then again, I work at a theater without reclining seats; the industry may not be as declining as I’m making it out to be.

What my movie theaterlacks in butt comfort is made up for in customer service and ticket discount opportunities. Cinemark matinee showings before 6 p.m. are $5 for standard theaters and $8.50 for movies in XD and three-dimensional theaters. However, students who show their school ID, children under 11, seniors and military personnel pay matinee pricing at all hours. I took advantage of my work perks all in one night to review four movies (of varying quality) sans spoilers. I never want to see a movie again, but you’re welcome.

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Let’s Talk: My Thoughts and Experiences on life in a wheelchair

I wanted to get on here and discuss a few things that have been on my mind. Recently, I was asked the question, "what are some of the most frustrating parts about life in a wheelchair, and what's the most helpful thing for people to do?" After mulling it over for a few weeks, here's … Continue reading Let’s Talk: My Thoughts and Experiences on life in a wheelchair

Movie Monday: The Big Sick vs. Baby Driver

**SPOILERS AHEAD** Working at a movie theater, I get the common question from customers, "Oh, have you seen this movie yet? What did you think?" and its a logical assumption that I would see a lot of movies. I get in for free, I know what's out, I get discounted concessions etc. But truth be told, once … Continue reading Movie Monday: The Big Sick vs. Baby Driver

How to Survive Your First Road Trip, and How Mine Went

The end of senior year is jam packed with so many activities and responsibilities, that before you know it, it's over! I never once believed anyone who told me that high school would be the quickest four years of your life, until I was stepping off the stage at graduation, and then it hit me, … Continue reading How to Survive Your First Road Trip, and How Mine Went