Thymeline | October 2020

Welcome to Thymeline – The Spooky-Pumpkin-Halloween Edition!

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Our world is a pretty terrifying place – especially right now. The current American political climate is not something we can (or should) ignore or make light of in our every day lives. That being said, we also need to continue to find joy in the little things around us – and right now my biggest joy is that it’s finally Halloween Season. That’s right – time for decorative gourds, creepy foods, and more pumpkin spice than you can shake a stick at. Without the normal anticipation of costume parties, the month might look a little different to you. That doesn’t mean we can’t still have a spooktacular time celebrating it.

News & Inspiration:

Eye-Catching Recipes:

Books On My Coffee Table:

Currently Streaming:

  • The Vow (HBO) – a nine-part American true crime documentary series revolving around the cult NXIVM and its leader Keith Raniere. The insight into human behavior is as astonishing as it is heartbreaking.
  • My favorite horror series all month long, including: The entire Conjuring series (+ Annabelle spinoffs); Nightmare on Elm Street; Insidious series; Alien series (yes, all of them); and many more I can’t think of at the moment.
  • And if you need some new horror, I utterly adored the this year’s Invisible Man as well as Crawl, both of which are tops on my movie list now. And to the latter, yes – the dog lives!

Stick around for more October-inspired posts this month, and take care of yourself out there.


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Thymeline | October 2020

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