Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Mirai Nikki Yuno Black Cosplay Dress

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Thursday, January 2, 2014

[Review] Mirai Nikki (Future Diary)

The most popular image of Yuno is overused, so I'll use this one instead.

I'm almost two years late to watching this series (mainly because I refuse to watch a series until all the Blu-Rays come out; unless the series is known to not be worth it, due to being an upscale), but I must say, this is one heck of an Anime. I knew right away after watching the first episode that I'd absolutely love this Anime, but HATE the main character, Yukiteru Amano. I know it's quite common to dislike the main protagonist of an Anime (especially the male ones), but this is something beyond any level of tolerance.

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

2013 Anime Wrap Up and 2014 Backlog Goal

Happy new year!What are you looking forward to in 2014?Personally, I've got another Disney vacation in the planning stages and a move.Ooh, scary.Also, I want to spend as much time with my baby nieces as possible unfortunately, they live in a different time zone, but I'll figure something out.I've got my anime backlog project to keep me busy, and here is the starting number:

That's right.240 anime currently being watched.(It would have been 241, but I finished something this morning.Whoops.)I will not go over this number.I'd like to cut it down to 200 by the end of the year, but I have no idea if that's even possible.

Monday, December 30, 2013

Top 10 Anime of 2013

I thought 2013 was a pretty weak year for anime. Of course there were certainly a decent amount of things that I liked and enjoyed. It was difficult compiling the top ten list this year. For the first time I have movies and specials on here simply because I didn't have enough TV series that I loved this year. Number ten was, again, a fight between a couple of series.


Sunday, December 22, 2013

Write you own Future!

I recently re-read a book from 1980 titled Future Diary, by Mark Victor Hansen (co- author of Chicken Soup for the Soul and many other books).There are many great points in this book about goal setting and some tips and techniques to develop effective goal setting.

One part of the book that I particularly liked was early in the book.Mr. Hansen wrote about how we all daydream and think about the great deeds we will do, how famous we will be, how many homeruns we will hit, and all those wonderful things that seem so possible and uncomplicated when we are children.The point he makes is that the one "magic" tool we didn't know how to use was the principle of writing it down.As he points out, we grow up and leave our childhood dreams and goals behind in most cases, and often we leave behind our enthusiasm for living like we lived as children with a "no mountain too high" attitude.

Saturday, December 21, 2013