Welcome to my November 2019 recap! November had a couple of posts centered around Thanksgiving, but it mostly full of tagged posts and award nominations which filled my heart with love after more than a few rocky mental health weeks. With the first of December already upon us, let’s take a look at the month of November here on A Geeky Gal!
A few weeks ago, I had been back on my skincare routine for a whopping two days and my face was already looking ten times better. I had been back on the (accurate) calorie counting wagon for a week. I started getting up on time to get my mobility exercises in, put together my lunch, and make a breakfast protein smoothie. I cleaned the house, did the laundry, made dinner (that would leave leftovers for two days of lunches), and baked an apple crumble dessert from the apples Alec and I had picked on a farm the week before. I was tired when I picked up Alec from work. I was tired, but I felt better than I had in ages.
As I went to wash my face that night, I had an epiphany. I realized that I was feeling so good because I was taking care of myself again. I was washing my freaking face. I was battling the freaking negative self talk. I was cooking from freaking scratch. I was eating good freaking things that were good for my body, too. But these annoying, time-consuming things were helping me. I knew it was time to finally start putting myself first again.
Catherine: Full Body brings us even more amazing content and some major changes to the gameplay. There’s now 20 new animated cutscenes added to round out Katherine, Catherine, and, now, Rin. There’s even more extra spicy scenes added! We get twice the amount of puzzle stages from the original game. We also get new endings for Katherine, Catherine, and, of course, Rin.
Full Body introduces ‘Safety’ to its difficulty options: no game over, no time limit, and the ability to ‘skip’ puzzles. ‘Easy’ and ‘Safety’ modes also include an autoplay feature now that climbs the shortest route for the player. New to the game is also two modes: Classic and Remix. Classic allows the players to play unaltered stages (with a few adjustments) from the original game. Remix features new mechanics and gimmicks in puzzles stages. There’s more changes than what I’ve listed, but you get it! It’s a huge improvement form the original bust still carries all of the uniqueness that is Catherine.
Posts from November
5 Fandom Friday
Shane Dawson Conspiracy Palette // My First Big Girl Palette!
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I’m sorry for the unplanned absence around here. I’ve been finding it a bit difficult to keep up with instagram with my mental state. I took a break from Facebook abd it was a really good thing for me. I think a digital detox might be in order. Life has been pretty busy between seeing my personal trainer, therapy, trying to have a little bit of a social life, etc. I’m still blogging and recording videos. It’s just been a juggling act lately. I appreciate your patience. ❤️
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Decided to take the time to color my self portrait. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/gRLsfMGRFF
— Megan // A Geeky Gal (@ageekygal_) November 24, 2019
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