Mon, 27 September 2021
Think more about a sustainable way to approach life and share some of our tips to take some of the stress out of your life. This week we talk about mindfulness in the things we enjoy. Come on a fun journey with Jay and Shua as we Enjoy Stuff!
Come with us, leave yesterday behind and take a giant step outside your mind. Jay and Shua look into mindfulness this week.
-Turkey Dinner and other new candy corn varieties are here for Halloween
-Build-A-Bear Workshop Launches Online-Exclusive Beetlejuice Plush
-‘The Thing’ Board Game back in Stock at Mondo
-‘Flight Of The Navigator’ Reboot In The Works At Disney With Bryce Dallas Howard Directing & Producing
-Ikea has some cool, TRON-like gaming furniture
-Is the TRON Arcade1Up cabinet coming October 20?
-General Mills Releasing New Apple Pie Toast Crunch Cereal For the Holidays
What we’re Enjoying
Shua took his own advice and started a rewatch of the classic sci-fi series Buck Rogers. It’s exactly what he didn’t know he needed right now. Jay revisited a retro Jackie Chan movie called ‘Wheels on Meals’. Sounds like they’re in the mood for some action and cheesy humor.
Are you grateful for the things in your life? Do you experience your day with mindfulness? How have movies made a difference with the way you see the world? Jay and Shua examine what helps them.
Jay shares a recent Eddie Murphy movie called A Thousand Words. Murphy’s character learns how his words and the way he views the world can really make a difference in people’s lives. Hopefully none of us has to be spiritually connected to a tree to learn about ourselves.
Bill Murray showed us that it takes a lot of work to get things right. And even then, it may come down to how you view the world. Have you found yourself in a destructive pattern?
The Truman Show helped us understand that we can learn things from watching other people. They’re triumphs and tragedies can teach us valuable lessons. Question your place in everything and you may just find yourself, even if it is a little scary.
And the classic Tom Hanks existential trip Joe Vs The Volcano reminds us to see the world as a big and wonderful place, and not as something that’s holding us down. These movies and so many more have helped to shape and influence us throughout our life.
What entertainment has made a positive difference in your life? Let us know in the Discord channel or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org