I don't know if it's the same for anyone else, so I might sound a little ridiculous in this post, but I was always taught that being easy to impress is a bad thing and that you need to be more critical of things you see or hear. However, in an age where everyone is critical of everything, I can't help but question that line of reasoning. I mean, is it really such a bad trait to have? Now I wouldn't say I'm easily impressed, easily pleased more like, although there's admittedly not much difference. I grew up watching inherently bad movies without even realizing that there were considered bad, because I actually enjoyed them, and still do. Of course this doesn't mean I can't be critical, I can if I need to, but sometimes it's a struggle. I find it far easier to just sit back and enjoy those things that most people would hate without a care in the world. Anyways my point is that I think it's good to be easy to impress/please in a lot of cases, because you get more joy out of it. I see these people everyday who are always so darn critical of every single thing that they barely get any satisfaction out of life. Whereas here I am, a guy who's been struggling with depression for a couple years now, and I'm getting far more enjoyment out of my daily life than they ever will. If it weren't for my easy-to-please personality, I probably would have given up on living a long time ago.