3 Grade A Ways to Chill Out

Veronica is my evil alter ego and co-author of my new workbook Your Alter Ego… Revealed!, a fun, sexy workbook that will change your life! Tarot Reader by day, martini swiller by night, this domineering vixen is here for one reason….to tell you how to live your life.

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Your TV is like an electronic dictator in your own home that distracts and brainwashes you…worse than organized religion and the education system combined!

If you got rid of your TV you would be more creative, free and blissful. Trust me.

But you’re used to TV. You’ve always had one blaring in the background of your life. It’s become a creature comfort, a beacon of familiarity.

Without TV, how can you properly “veg out”? What will you snuggle up to after a long day of smiling and pretending to care?

As a proponent of the leisure and pleasure filled lifestyle, I understand your concern. It’s a valid one. So here are my top 3 TV alternatives for chilling out:

  1. Stick those glow in the dark stars all over your ceiling and lie in a sleeping bag on your floor and stare at them. Booze helps.

2. Set up a hammock in your living room and put on some Reggae. Weed helps.

3. Curl up on the couch with a heating pad and something smutty on your Kindle. Hot chocolate helps.

Okay, now I’m off to watch some shit on Netflix.

Oh shut up. It’s Netflix, not TV. It doesn’t even count!

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This entry was posted in January 2017, Veronica Noir and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to 3 Grade A Ways to Chill Out

  1. Tomas says:

    I’m going to take Veronica’s advice and stick some glow-in-the-dark stars all over my room— even if I’m an adult! Love the idea 🙂

  2. Donnalee says:

    Funny, I haven’t even thought of TV in decades–there are still series from the 80s that I was going to get around to watching but never did. Any interest in that got replaced for me with internet, and I still read paper books etc. I find being online, with its feeble promise of actual interaction with others, to be much more of an addiction personally than TV. TV-to-excess seems completely not helpful for folks, and is a crappy hierophant to be dictated to by, I agree with you on that–and yay reggae and hot chocolate. We choose reggae and hot chocolate. We choose reggae and hot chocolate. We choose reggae and hot chocolate!

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