As you can see by the theme of this blog, I obviously watch too much television. Now while this makes for endless hours of entertainment (on a good day, my friends and I end up enacting what could be rejected scenes from The Big Bang Theory) and much of apocalyptic survival knowledge may be gleamed from pop culture, this has lead to my neglect of other worthwhile life endeavors. For instance, running a company. And writing. And shopping. One day I realized I’d been wearing the same pair of shoes for the past five days, mostly because I had no time to get a few decent new pairs. Why hang out at the mall when I had episodes of King of Baking waiting home for me? But I saw the error of my ways and did the one thing most geeks are loathe to do: trim down my TV viewing list.

So, CSI had to go. Same with Law and Order. Even the UK series, as much as I adore Jamie Bamber. I basically quit all police procedurals save for Criminal Minds (which you will have to pry from my figurative cold, dead hands because I heart Reid/Garcia/Hotch/Morgan and a girl needs a weekly dose of extra-horrifying heinous acts of murder and depravity to prepare her for whatever horrors await humanity come the apocalypse).

{Read the full post in A Girl’s Guide to the Apocalypse.}