This week I have some Netflix faves for you! I’ve been doing lots of late nights this week so my Netflix has been used up and worn out (ha!) here’s what I’ve been loving this week:
I mean… where do I even start with this. AMAZING in a word. For anyone who hasn’t heard of Tony, he is America’s leading life and business coach and has worked with people such as Bill Clinton and two women I’ve such admiration for, Serena Williams and Donna Karan. I’ve long been a follower of Tony’s, his teaching massively helped and inspired me during one of the darkest periods of my life and not a week goes by where I don’t read, watch or listen to something of his. This documentary follows behind the scenes as he organises and holds his Date with Destiny event. I laughed, I cried (literally within about 2 minutes of it starting, and I very rarely cry!) and I came away inspired. I actually can’t wait to rewatch it again soon (it’s two hours ish so leave yourself some time to really take it all in!) There is some salty language, just a heads up if that kind of thing offends you.
And speaking of salty language… one of my favourite people I don’t know, Chelsea Handler has this series with Netflix where she basically investigates and tries stuff out. I find Chelsea H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S I mean, seriously, this woman is my spirit animal. I’ve only watched one so far, Chelsea does Marriage. In this episode Chelsea speaks to her own family and friends about their marriages and their opinion of why she herself isn’t married, carries out visits to people with alternative views on marriage or non-traditional marriages, all with her own humorous and insightful observations and spin on it. Again, so interesting and made me laugh so hard. I’m also properly nosy so I love hearing peoples stories and how they live, especially when it’s something different to the norm so this totally intrigued me to see how people take something very traditional and totally put their own spin on it (big fan of that! lol)
My final choice is a film, I don’t often watch films, I don’t have a very good attention span and usually get bored within the first 10 minutes but this one held me. Cleaner with Samuel L Jackson, Eva Mendes and Ed Harris. Samuel L Jackson is an ex cop who has a new business clearing up crime scenes, only his latest job is not as it appears… no spoilers here but it definitely kept me guessing and was simple to get into with a good storyline.
I’d love to know your fave Netflix picks, leave me a note in the comments and if you watch any of these, let me know what you think!