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Link Love #89

Happy, happy Friday!

Does anyone else feel like January, February, and March are their most relaxing months of the year? I don’t travel very much this time of year and the holiday madness has died down, so the result ends up being a lot of chill weekends at home. While I love to be on the go, I do appreciate this down time—and so does my bank account! I want to travel a lot this year, so I’m taking these few months to really focus on building up my cash reserves so I can enjoy myself on those trips.

One of the highlights of my week was on Tuesday when I went with a few coworkers to see The Greatest Showman after work. I work across the street from a movie theater, and in the nearly five years I’ve been working, I’ve never seen a movie at that theater or seen a movie on a week night—it was such a treat! The movie was amazing, and the soundtrack was even more amazing. I rarely buy movies when they come out on DVD anymore—lol, yes, I still own a DVD player—but I am definitely snagging The Greatest Showman as soon as it comes out.

Since I saw two movies this week—I saw I, Tonya last Sunday and loved it—my interest in MoviePass has spiked. For $10 a month, you can see unlimited movies at participating theaters. In my area, the only non-participating theater is the E Street Cinema. The one catch is you have to buy your ticket at the theater, so you can’t choose your seat until you get there, but that’s not a deal breaker for me. I asked on Instagram Stories if anyone had experience with MoviePass and the response was overwhelmingly positive, so I think I am going to bite the bullet! Next up on my list are Darkest Hour and The Post—I’m hoping to squeeze at least one in this weekend!

This is the first link love I’ve done in the new year, so there are a lot of good links for you today. I hope you have a good one! x

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  1. Rachel wrote:

    Ooh so many good reads this week! I’m definitely going to read all of the royal-related ones 🙂 And YES! Totally with you on lots of downtime early in the year (although it’s the busiest time of year for work) – it’s quite refreshing considering the end of the year was so busy!

    Published 1.14.18
    • Katie wrote:

      Yes! I just feel like after December, I am *exhausted*! Hope you get through busy season at work!

      Published 1.18.18