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I don’t know about you, but as much as I enjoy being busy and challenged, I need to make me time to recharge at least once a week. As the mother of three tween and teen children and the wife of an active duty military member, throw in a dog, leopard gecko oh, and my own business, I’m a busy, busy woman. I find that taking 30 minutes to an hour for myself really helps me recharge and focus later. When I do make time for me time, I like to watch shows with a positive message like the Feeln Original Short Film ‘The Eleventh.”
When I’m unwinding and relaxing, I want an uplifting story line. With three children, chances are one of them will join me to cuddle and watch whatever I’m watching. Knowing that I’ll have company in watching my show, I appreciate a show that I will be comfortable sharing with my children and that also has positive messages about the triumph of the human spirit. These types of teachable moments often lead to meaningful family discussions that are invaluable.
Are you familiar with Feeln, the leading streaming service that provides heartfelt stories that are available anytime, anywhere? All the movies on Feeln are handpicked so I don’t waste my me time searching for a show I’d like to watch. And that gives me more time to actually enjoy my me time and my show. The exclusive library of Hallmark Hall of Fame features, Hollywood movies and TV series and also award-winning originals can’t be found anywhere else but on Feeln.
I just spent this morning watching the first two episodes of “The Eleventh,” which is an original drama on Feeln about a young girl’s journey to get to know her estranged grandmother and unite her family. The show features my long-time favorite Academy award and Emmy award winning actresses and actors that I grew up with, like Cloris Leachman, Ed Asner, Florence Henderson, Chris Atkins and Tracey Nelson. I have to tell you, I’ll be catching all the weekly episodes of “The Eleventh” because I’m already hooked and just have to know what’s going to happen next.
With the price of Feeln comparable to other streaming services and its availability on a variety of different devices (AppleTV, Roku, your tablets and smartphones), it’s easy to enjoy all the positive shows that you love anytime you want. You can learn more by following Feeln on Facebook , Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest .
Join me in taking some me time for yourself. You know you deserve me time, too. Go ahead and grab a drink and pull up The Elventh on Feeln; take some time for your own health and well-being (oh, and your enjoyment, too).