While everyone's out getting their Fall-enfused lattes and pumpkins, there's one thing I look forward to above all else: new Fall tv shows.

The television market is so saturated with new shows this time of year, so I wanted to share my new favorites. Seriously, they're fantastic.

The Good Place (Thursdays at 8:30pm EST on NBC)

Kristen Bell's return to network primetime and what a return it is! After one episode I was hooked on the highly entertaining quirk comedy that follows Bell's Eleanor who's accidentally sent to heaven after she dies. I know what you're thinking, where do you go from there? Well, there's a soulmate, a clown obsession (the non-threatening kind), and a whole lot of frozen yogurt to boot--and that's just the start. 

This is Us (Tuesdays at 10pm EST on NBC)

Chances are that you've heard about this tearjerker drama, but the tears are not what I'm here for. I love intertwined stories like this and since it's so impeccably cast it's easy to become invested in these characters' lives. The writing is phenomenal, coming from the writer of Crazy, Stupid, Love., and will have you hooked immediately.

No Tomorrow (Tuesdays at 9pm EST on The CW)

The unrelenting positivity and fun that No Tomorrow radiates is what keeps me coming back for more. The premise is interesting enough on its own, but the two leads are a fantastic duo and automatically make me smile every scene that they're in together. I wouldn't call it a guilty pleasure, but more of a meditation in the 'seize the day' mentality (which I wish I adhered too more, to be honest).

Speechless (Wednesdays at 8:30pm EST on ABC)

Speechless is such a refreshing family comedy with a family dynamic that I love from top to bottom. The jokes are genuinely funny and it's one I find myself cringing and yelling at the TV weekly.

What Fall shows are you crazy for this season? Hit me with them in the comments.

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Anyone who knows me is well versed in how much I'm a stickler for all things eco-friendly. Making your life more environmentally friendly can definitely seem overwhelming, but I'm here to make your life easier...at least I like to think so. Here are my quick and simple tips to making a difference for our beautiful planet.

Recycling bags are my saviors. Not only do I use them at the stores, but most are highly functional bags in their own right. Skip the plastic and gravitate towards the reusable bags. Pro-tip: if you go to any sort of convention, vendors always have loads of free ones on their tables, so I highly recommend taking advantage! It's a money and planet saver; win-win!

Donating you old clothes can seem like a drag (yes, my closet is just as packed and messy as yours), but not only will you be donating clothes to those who could rock them as new, you're also freeing your room of unnecessary items. 

Buy in bulk: a story as to why Costco/BJs is your new best friend. Not only is it a money saver (most of the time), it'll also help you reduce the amount of product packaging you're using daily.

Reusable bottles are cute, environmentally friendly, and will save you a hell of a lot of money on water bottles. When I say that I drink a lot of water, I mean that I drink it constantly. Last year, I reached a point where I was disgusted with how many water bottles I was going through (not to mention the cost), so I broke out my trusty Brita pitcher and haven't used a plastic water bottle since. Either utilizing your fridge's water dispenser or buying a long-lasting water filter pitcher will save you countless bottles in the long run.

Use your leftovers in other meals. Few things drive me crazier than food wastefulness. Seeing others throw out food that could've been eaten if proper food planning was implemented is sad. It's easy to make a larger component and repurpose it into other meals during the week. Chicken is my go-to here.

Recycle recycle recycle. Chances are that if you're questioning if something's recyclable it is. Things like batteries, phones, body wash tubes can all be recycled properly. It takes a simple Google search to find places that will take your odd items and break them down to be used again, if they're not taken in your local recycling systems.

Let me know in the comments your favorite eco-friendly tips!


This year's Golden Globes were lackluster to say the least, but there were a few shining moments.

I cringe every time...

Here are my Picks!

Kate Winslet's surprised face. She really is the greatest.

Jonah Hill being high as hell while presenting with Channing Tatum.

Aziz Ansari's being the cutest human. If you haven't watched Aziz's Netflix series Master of None yet you need to immediately!

America Ferrara and Eva Longoria speaking the truth.

Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg making me laugh more than I ever expected.

Jen and Amy: America's favorite BFFs.

Jen winning Best Actress in a Comedy.

Oscar Isaac winning (and being on stage) is all I ever needed from the night.

Brie Larson: Queen.

Hit me with your favorite moments in the comments!