I love music. I love music with every fiber of my being. And I think almost all of us do, we all have this unique and personal relationship with music. Our music preferences, our music histories, the music we grew up with or were surrounded by and influenced by, are all different.
Some of us are enthusiastic listeners, others are lucky enough to be avid concert-goers, and some are even creators themselves. Either way, all our music stories are so, so important as a whole, not just to the industry itself but to who we are as people, as individuals that could never be replaced. This is my music story:
Continue reading “The Music in me.”
Ever since I was about 7 years old I’ve been keeping a journal, and writing. After having done it for so long it’s become a habit, second nature, almost.
It’s so nice to read back on old journal entries and get to kinda go back in time and relive the day. And it’s so exciting to put down a story that’s been floating around in your head, to paper. Continue reading “Heart on paper.”
I’ve known for a while now that today was World Mental Health Day. What I didn’t know was whether or not I wanted to write about it because I didn’t really know from what angle I was gonna talk about it from. So bear with me if this post feels like a long, winding, bendy, crooked path to nowhere. Continue reading “Let’s talk about mental health.”
I’ve never done one of these before, but I always find Taking Stock posts so interesting so I thought, why not give it a shot? 🙂 Continue reading “Taking Stock.”
Happy (almost) New Year!!
Thank God the year is finally over. I’m usually a major New Year’s Eve fanatic but I feel like all that buzz is dying out as the years go by. However at the end of the day I really am looking forward to a fresh start, a clean slate! Not that I don’t believe that each and every new day brings the hope of a new start, because I do, I’m the biggest advocate of this line of thinking, but new year just has that extra little something, y’know? Continue reading “2016: My year in pictures.”
2 countries, 5 cities, 8 houses, 9 schools.
I feel like at this is the point I should start strumming away at my guitar, play ‘Story of My Life’ by One Direction in the background. 😂 Continue reading “That four-letter word”