Thursday, May 28, 2015

This Song Will Save Your Life

Does it sound weird and dumb, to say you remember falling in love with music? Because I do. I remember being 13 and discovering all these new bands, finally understanding why my peers were constantly wearing headphones. I remember connecting suddenly with a song, and thinking wow. I still have those moments, when I listen to a song for the first time, or the thousandth, and it hits me all over again.

I think music is one of the most amazing things humans have ever come up with.  Music makes us want to dance and cry, sometimes all within the space of one song. You can turn the sound up, and be drowned by a song. Maybe it's hearing someone else sing, hearing their voice, saying the same things we think or feel that makes music special. Whatever it is, music connects us in a unique way, it brings us together.

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Monday, May 18, 2015

The Creative Blogger Award




Alyssa and Liz, who are quite equally wonderful both tagged me for the The Creative Blogger Award. Before you go any further, if you don't already follow Liz and Alyssa, go forth and do so. You will not be disappointed.

Thursday, May 14, 2015

When Life Gives You Lemons





Sometimes, life doesn't go our way- the way we think it should go. We fight with people, we make mistakes, we find out the person we loved didn't love us back, we get teased for something we can't control.

Monday, May 4, 2015

Guest Post: Jo Day



Today I'm pleased to introduce a blogging friend! Jo Day has an amazing blog with equally amazing posts and she is super talented at blog design. We share the same personality (INTJ) and live in the same hemisphere, which makes me happy, because I feel New Zealand and Australia are under represented in teen bloggers. Please extend a warm welcome to Jo!

Friday, May 1, 2015

Recently | Hello May


Ummm, where did April go, exactly? I think I missed it. Last week someone said to me 'this year is hard, but savour it because it's also good.' I'm tying their advise to heart, I really am. But when you have an assessment in nearly every class and your teachers keep trying to squeeze a tiny bit more out of you, it's hard.