What I'm Geeking Out About This Week - 12/12/14


Here's some geeky stuff I'm into this week!

  • Mid-Season Finales!

All my favorite major shows on the air right now have taken their winter hiatus (Arrow, The Flash, Agents of SHIELD) and I have caught up all the way with them. All these shows have been on point recently, with Arrow continuing it's strong stride it has had since the series premiere, The Flash coming strong out of the gate, and SHIELD finally figuring out a good flow and setting up some shock waves for the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). I recommend all of these shows and I feel like I talk about them often, so that should give you an idea of how much I enjoy them all. I'm glad there are so many great options for geeky, superhero based television right now. I can't wait for another good option to be premiering soon...

The hype has been building for this show recently, as it will be a filler during the hiatus of Agents of SHIELD. It will premiere with a two-hour event on January 6 and then continue on until SHIELD comes back on March 3. I'm looking forward to more Peggy Carter (never a bad thing) and to see more of the MCU and the origins of SHIELD. I am a fan of everything Marvel has churned out lately so I don't expect this to be any different. Peggy deserves her moment in the spotlight so I'm glad she's finally getting it.

  • Reflection

I enjoy reflecting back on things that happen in my life. While it is important to be present in our lives, appreciating all that we've accomplished is important too. It often amazes me all that can happen in a year even when it feels like it flies by. This year was a big one for me, which I've detailed in several blog posts (here, here, and here). I'll be posting a year in review episode as the finale for the first season of The Student Affairs Spectacular podcast (check above or here) on Tuesday which will focus on looking back at that aspect of my life. 2014 was a landmark year for me, and I'm excited for 2015 and to live my life as a working professional, out of school and doing the things I love.

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