Why I Believe that Judging Other People's Creative Spaces is Wrong

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Julie & Julia was one of those movies that I knew I would love as soon as I saw the trailer. Amy Adams and Meryl Streep are an acting dream team and almost every scene involves tantalizingly delicious food. While the prospect of seeing these two extremely talented actresses together onscreen (still disappointed that Julie never met Julia) was reason enough to take a trip to the movie theater, it's not the reason why I fell in love with the film. The raw sincerity that Amy Adams brought during the times when her character was frustrated with her Beef Bourguignon and her life was extremely relatable and drew me into the story. Having watched it for the second time last night, I was able to find more similarities in the story of Julie and Julia that related to my life, especially my feelings about my blog and the blogging community as a whole.

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