I’m one of the people who gets easily sucked in by the smallest things and activities in the world. I tend to get overly obsessed almost weekly with new stuff, whether it’s a coffee shop, all kinds of products, albums, TV shows, movies, YouTubers and pretty much everything that makes my life a little bit more colorful. I find happiness in just about anything I lay hands on. So, as a fun post and something for you to try, discover and expand your everyday experience, check out this year’s so far personal obsessions. And, if you like this post, I could return every month with an update to the list. Also, feel free to share your obsessions!
I’ll start with Chatbox, the event I organize every month at a coffee shop, in my city. An event, open to everyone, similar to TED Talks where I, my team and a few amazing guests become speakers with a unite goal – to inspire, to motivate and to help the participants, through our personal experience, to reach for the sky, conquer their fears and fulfill their wishes, goals and dreams.
Then there’s the new HBO series called Looking, which is kind of a gay version of Sex and the City. Finally something organic, normal and casual on TV. Something you can watch even with your grandmother. Plus, one of the guys is a hipster. Win!
8tracks.com is my everyday music provider. Love the idea of playlists based on mood, activities and what-not. Yet, if i’d have to put out an album that I secretly listen at the gym, I would definitely say The Marshall Mathers LP2. And movies, I totally recommend The Lego Movie. Can’t wait to see it this week. I’m a huge fan of Lego and the concept of the movie, the mixture of universes in the plot, is phenomenal. Plus, come on! It’s one hundred percent Lego!
YouTubers. Since 2013’s best investment, my Nexus 7 tablet, all I do is watch my favorite YouTubers. The guys from UK and the ones from USA. Ideas, fashion, social skills, and ways of being; there’s a lot to learn from them. That’s for sure!
Worth mentioning: SuperFruit, Tyler Oakley, Connor Franta, Joe Sugg and Marcus Butler.
I’ll mention once again the Hunger Games trilogy. It’s a must read for those who’re into leadership, personal development, revolution and emotional intelligence.
These are my so far obsessions of 2014, besides the never ending fashion and shopping addiction.
That’s all for now. Wish you all an amazing week, the best so far, and see you next Tuesday. Comment down bellow and tell me: What’s your ultimate obsession? Mine’s Haribo, the pack of gummy bears.