This is a sponsored post in partnership with HBO. All opinions are 100% mine.
Since making the switch to full-time blogging, there have been a lot of schedule changes. Long gone are the days of my set work hours, where once I returned home in the evening, I was free to binge watch to my heart’s desire! The blessing and curse of self-employment is that I’m always working. Don’t get my wrong, I love this job, but being extremely busy sure takes a toll on you.
That’s why I love HBO’s streaming services so much. I now have HBO through my cable provider, so I use HBO GO, but earlier this year, I had an HBO NOW subscription (Learn more about the difference at HBO.com).
Both HBO GO and HBO NOW give unlimited instant access to ALL of HBO – every episode of every HBO original series. This means even though I was traveling for work all summer, I was still able to keep up with my Game of Thrones addiction and contribute to the group text I have with my friends.
I also love using HBO GO to watch movies! With HBO GO and HBO now, you can stream more of the biggest and latest Hollywood hit movies before any other streaming service. I recently watched La La Land at 3 AM after finishing up a big holiday blog post (#selfemployedproblems). Get Out is next on my HBO GO watch list!
If you are a student, visit HBOGO.com to see if your school has access to free HBO GO on campus. Click on sign in and look for your school in the drop-down menu. If your school isn’t included, please go to HBONOW.com/student for an exclusive student offer!
If you are like me and are living the postgrad life, you may already pay for HBO through your cable provider. You can take that subscription to go with HBO GO! However, if you’re a cable cutter, you may prefer to pay directly for an HBO subscription with HBO Now.
Either way, I know you’ll love HBO’s streaming services as much as I do. Anytime, anywhere, I’m one click away from my favorite HBO shows and new movies!
Fellow Game of Thrones fans, feel free to comment below so I know who to fan girl with next season 🙂