Sunday, March 3rd
positive affirmations will change your entire outlook on life.
— Shirley Ju (@shirju) March 3, 2019
Happy Sunday. I can’t believe we’re already in March… time flies. Just more reason to live each day to the fullest & always be present in the moment. Today I was able to attend my girls Zen Thug Day (s/o to Gizzle), and loved every second it. It’s essentially an event full of meditation & positive affirmations to get your mind right. I’m super grateful to have experienced it, and hope to spread that same love and energy amongst everyone I cross paths with.
Hung out with my bros later & they were faded as hell. Smh. We got a massage & saw Fighting with my Family, which was so fitting because I was def beefing with my bro. You would think by now at 28 years old, you would quit the petty arguing but here we are. Ended up okay though, this movie was definitely a life lesson that family prevails over everything.
IMDB plot: A former wrestler and his family make a living performing at small venues around the country while his kids dream of joining World Wrestling Entertainment.
We hit the 9:40pm showing at Regal LA Live, which was empty af. No one is going to the movies Sunday night lmao. I was just down because it got high ratings (92% on Rotton Tomatoes) & it was produced by Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock. The movie’s actually all about WWE & wrestling which was cute because my bro & I def watched that growing up. Like that was our entertainment.
The movie is centralized around Paige, who proves she can make it as a WWE star. Not for herself, but for her family. Well, eventually herself. It’s entertaining for the whole hour and 38 minutes. I definitely appreciated it. Loved Vince Vaughn’s character too as her coach. Also, it’s based on a true story! I would recommend seeing this with your family — fasho.