There are plenty of things a person could do on a Saturday morning. One could go outside and take advantage of the fresh air after being trapped inside for the duration of the work week. A particularly adventurous person might go for a hike, or try a new dish at a restaurant they'd never been to before, even if it contains olives, and they have yet to find a dish that incorporates olives in a way they've enjoyed. One might also read a pleasant book, or stream a pleasant show from the comfort of their own home.
The tale of the Baudelaire orphans is neither pleasant nor comforting. It is my solemn duty to document their lives, but you, mundane, and all the rest of the users of this website are under no such obligation. I can scarcely imagine why anyone would want to spend their free time learning about these unfortunate events, when the end result will undoubtedly involve burying yourself under your blankets and weeping in despair.
Just like there are plenty of things to do on a Saturday morning, there are also plenty of characters from all kinds of books, movies, and streaming TV shows to put yourself in the shoes of. "To put yourself in someone else's shoes" is a phrase which here means "ask yourself what someone may be thinking and feeling in the hopes of understanding their actions better, so that they might be played accurately on a journaling website." My shoes are damp and full of holes after my latest perilous journey through the Rancorous Rainforest. I implore you to fit yourself with a better pair.