In spite of trying to keep up with the current agenda and tendencies, I can't help perpetually ignoring most of them and turning to the good old days.
I'm not much into the conventional sort of things and I like to think myself open-minded (I wish it was as true as it should), so almost no conservatism involved. My love for the "gone" bursts out in my love for some historical dramas.
I've always preferred to read, watch, listen to the stories happened long ago. The more it's been so since I discovered the feelings being caused in me by historical drama. These feelings are just there - inexplicably, no other genre evokes such a deep response. Starting from "The Magnificent Century" however silly it is and continuing with "The Crown" which I'm currently watching, I keep drowning in these aesthetic decorations and gripping plots. They're generally, yet pretty stereotypically, considered to be for the female audience: that's the case when I fit the stereotype quite well. This year's achievement: learnt to admit and accept it✌️