I’m incapable of going out of order. Books, TV shows, movies, it doesn’t matter. I start at the beginning and move on from there. I’m in Pretty Little Liars Limbo because I’ve started it three times and then quit. Enough time passes where I feel compelled to watch from the beginning again but don’t really want to, so instead I just admire Keegan Allen from afar.


Arrow has been on my watch list since I got Netflix, but the start is just so dull. I wasn’t sure I’d ever watch it despite hearing it was good. Then Tumblr introduced me to the adorableness of Ray Palmer, and I really, really want to see Legends of Tomorrow.  I just have to get through Arrow first. I’m on season two and it’s gotten better, and I’m still eagerly awaiting Ray. Of course, I also have to watch the Flash before LOT.



So, I’m slowly making my way through Arrow, then the Flash. However, if I ever need an incentive to keep watching, I think this is it:

2 thoughts on “Motivation

  1. Josh December 10, 2017 / 2:23 am

    I am totally the same way. If I want to see a movie based on a book I won’t let myself watch it till I have finished the book. I’m like 1,000+ pages into IT and I just can’t finish it.


  2. finnmanningblog December 11, 2017 / 8:48 pm

    Movies rarely measure up to the books they’re based on, so it would make more sense to watch first to avoid being disappointed by a movie adaptation. I never do that either though, because that would be out of order. 😛


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