5 Guilty Pleasures that Prove I’m Still a Kid at Heart

  1. Taylor Swift

Today as I was making my evening commute home my Spotify stopped working (and I am too annoyed by ads to listen to the radio) so I resorted to playing music that I had downloaded on to my phone. I hit the shuffle all and T-Swift came over the speakers.

The next thing I know my volume is at 95% I’m dancing in my seat, and busting out all the lyrics to “Blank Space”. While many people may age would likely be embarrassed to admit this… I am totally willing to own it! I would never say that T-Swift is my favorite artist, but that girl knows how to write a catchy tune.

Truth be told, blaring T-Swift on my drive home tonight put me in the best mood I’ve seen in weeks.

  1. Boy Bands

Just like T-Swift, I think a lot of my peers would be self-conscious about being caught rocking out to the Backstreet Boys, NSYNC, Fall Out Boy, Fountains of Wayne, and Jesse McCartney. And I can totally understand that, because I would be too. But can we all just admit it? We love them!

If you’re ready to face your boy band guilty pleasure… check out this playlist. You’re welcome!

  1. The Lizzy McGuire Movie

Last year, prior to moving in with my boyfriend Ethan, I lived in a house with two other girls. One Sunday afternoon while I was at work I got a text asking if they could go through my movies and watch some of them. Naturally (like any good roommate would) I told them to go for it! Later that day I came home to the two of them sitting on the couch watching my copy of the Lizzy McGuire movie. This literally made my day! Even better part, just like me, they knew all the words to every song. At that moment I knew… these are my people.

  1. The Cinderella Story

Guess what movie we watched next… no explanation needed.

  1. The Lego Movie

The idea of a movie revolving around Legos seemed really weird and cheesy to me at first, but seriously, if you haven’t watched this movie… do yourself a favor and check it out. Not only is it hilarious, it has some wonderful adult humor, and actually sends a very good message to young adults as they enter the professional world.

As always thanks for reading.

Best, Faith

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