“The One with the Top 10 Worst Episodes” has arrived. I’ve already gone over the Top 10 Best episodes of Friends, but even in a cultural phenomenon such as this, you’re bound to hit a few clunkers.
I’ve been telling everyone that will listen that I’m gearing up for my first trip to New York City. I’ve been looking for restaurant, shopping, and attraction recommendations from friends, and even strangers. It got me wondering what kind of suggestions I would give people visiting Pittsburgh. What is there to do here? What is there to see, and eat? As I crafted and plotted a Google map of all my favorite places in the city, and outside of it, I realized this could be a helpful resource for travelers, but also for people new to the city that don’t have a clue where to begin.
Friends premiered on NBC on Thursday, September 22, 1994. For 10 years, the core six cast of Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Chandler, Joey, and Ross captivated audiences with their job searches, dating disasters, and navigation of the adult world. The show was fun, fresh and relatable to its main audience: people in their 20s who were also trying to negotiate the same struggles.
In the last year, I’ve become more interested in doing my makeup, and doing it right. In addition to being application challenged, I’ve always balked at the cost of makeup as well.
I’m all about saving money, while still achieving fantastic results. Whether you’re just starting your makeup journey, or you’re looking for some inexpensive drugstore alternatives to your favorite high-end products, help has arrived. I’m no expert, but sometimes a non-expert will give you more honest tips than an expert (at least that’s what I told myself to trick myself into thinking I had enough credibility to write this article).
If I could work my dream job, it would be in the music field. While my actual musical talent is average at best, my passion for music is overwhelming. Concert or album reviewer would be my sweet spot, though I wouldn’t shy away from artist profiles, or album cover design.