I enjoy watching Netflix. There are many different shows to choose from, from single movies to whole seasons of television shows and Netflix originals.
So far I’m enjoying the Netflix original series Ultimate Beastmaster, a thrilling obstacle course set up like a video game featuring competitors (2/country/episode) (and broadcasting teams) from six different countries around the globe:
- United States
- South Korea
Complete each obstacle in the first three levels to earn a set number of points (fail to complete an obstacle and your run on the level is over and you don’t get those points for that obstacle), with a fewer number of competitors moving on to each level. The final two get to compete head-to-head on the final obstacle, a climbing wall that’s eighty feet tall and split into four parts, each harder than the part before it! So far, only one competitor has completed the final obstacle, and he is a rock climber from Brazil! I have three more episodes to watch to complete the first season, including the championship that will put the nine Beastmasters (the title you win in a episode alongside $10,000) against each other for the chance to win fifty grand and the title of Ultimate Beastmaster! 😀
I’ve also been enjoying the science documentaries and series as well that Netflix has to offer from The Pyramid Code to Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. I love learning new things, and seeing amazing sights and the shows on Netflix allow me to do so. For just $11.99/month, it’s a lot cheaper than television, which I plan to get rid of on November 1st when my contract with Telus expires (it will also help me pay off my credit card faster by shrinking that bill).
I’ll explain what I have planned to pay off my debt faster next time I post. Until then, stay safe! 😉
I do not like being sick! I do not like the stuffed-up nose and sinus cavities, the feeling of being unable to control my body’s temperature, or the sore limbs. I’m thankful that so far I have not yet thrown-up, and if that happens, I would be using the new website (WallmartLiveWell.ca) to tell work that I’m taking a sick day.
Unfortunately, I do not have any cold and flu medicine at home today, and I don’t have enough cash to buy any until tomorrow. That means I have to deal with the symptoms the best that I can during my closing shift at work this afternoon and evening. With me feeling like this and the weather looking to be unpleasant, I will no doubt be accepting a ride home from work from my parents after work today. 😉
Hoping I feel better in a couple of days, take care! 😉
Today, I am now 32 years old. Time seems to have that habit of every once in a while creeping up on you and reminding you of the wisdom of not wasting it. There are things that I wish could have happened in the past but did not happen, and there are things that if I could change them, I would.
I am looking forward to this afternoon and spending some time with my family at my parents acreage (and having sweet and sour spareribs for supper 😉 ). I’ll be taking along the Black Forest cake I bought on Sunday for my birthday for dessert tonight. My roommate works this afternoon or I’m certain he’d want to come out as well, so I’ll bring the leftover cake home so he can have a slice. 😉
Have a great day today, and if you share my birthday today, Happy Birthday! 😀
I’m planning on donating monthly to the Canadian Diabetes Association through CanadaHelps. It will help me next year on my tax return just as donating through work at Superstore and at church did this year.
I’m going to be donating $25 each month and I will be setting it up this afternoon after I deposit Jon’s rent payment to me. This is a way that I can help others with my money. I will look at donating to more charities after I get my business up and making money.
Take care and have a happy Family Day tomorrow. 😉
The carbon tax has been active in Alberta for a little over six weeks now, so I have had enough time to make an opinion on it. The other day I read an article in the Financial Post about how British Columbia’s carbon tax is no longer revenue neutral after ten years in place. In… Continue reading My Thoughts on the Carbon Tax
I would like to wish all of my subscribers and readers a Happy Valentine’s Day today. May you enjoy the romantic love that is in your life today, and if you do not have any in your life yet may you find that special someone soon.
Today’s holiday is named after Saint Valentine, who married soldiers and their sweethearts against the emperor’s orders and was imprisioned for it. The emperor thought that unmarried men made better soldiers, so he forbade his men to marry as long as they served in his army. Supposedly the first Valentine was sent by this saint as well as the note to a young lady was signed “Your Valentine”.
Personally, love has been pretty cruel to me, as I’ve suffered four broken hearts in eight years. I’ve almost given up on finding that someone special for me, but as a romantic at heart, I still hold out hope to find her.
Have a great day all and I’ll post again soon! 😉 ❤
Tomorrow I donate blood in the afternoon at the Red Cross clinic at the local Norsemen Inn. I usually do this twice a year, even though I could do it more often. The only reason I don’t do it more is that when I do it more often my arm starts to hurt.
I’m glad it’s in the afternoon as I have shopping to do in the morning tomorrow. I get tomorrow off due to booking it off from work, and I also have Saturday off due to the schedule (as a Wal-Mart work week is Saturday to Friday). After that my next multiple days off in a row is for my birthday when I get four in a row.
I got to get going so I can finish my breakfast and get ready for today’s shift at work as I work at noon today. Take care! 😉
Tax time is here again, but thankfully I’m already done the work necessary thanks to SimpleTax. All I have left is to file this year’s tax return via Netfile on the twentieth of this month, and then wait for this year’s tax refund to appear in my bank account. 😉
I’ve already decided to put the lion’s share of the return into my savings account towards my goals (most importantly launching Gate 90 Marketing Inc next January). I’m also going to make a one-time payment on my credit card to help reduce it as much as possible.
Another new savings goal of mine is a computer to act as a server for my own blog. It’s going to cost me around $2,700 after shipping and GST for the parts, plus another forty bucks or so for an account at NoIP to ensure my domain name points to the server. I likely won’t do this though until I have my own house due to the lack of free power jacks currently in my apartment. I will rent space from my company on it’s VPS for the blog after it launches until then (and let the company run ads on it as well).
I am thankful I don’t work until five this evening, but I still have other things to get done before I have to leave for work. Take care until the next time! 😉
As you know, I enjoy playing the game Minecraft. It’s one of the few games that I’ve constantly played since buying a license for it. I truely love playing this game, and there is a good reason behind this and I’d like to explain the reason why. Minecraft is a game that lets me tap… Continue reading Why I Love Minecraft