a strange sort-of self-reflective post about embracing all of that chaotic bitch energy. Continue reading embracing chaotic bitch energy
In which I try to force the Law of Attraction into helping me achieve something in my bucket list: Running a marathon. Continue reading Shouting into the void.
Comparison is the thief of joy. Procrastination is the thief of time. Went wildly off-topic, of course. Continue reading To compare & despair.
The first album by English rock band, The Beatles. Continue reading Album Review: “Please Please Me” by The Beatles
So I tried to write a heartfelt piece of about broken connections and unfulfilled expectations. Continue reading to all the broken connections: a self-reflection
Aconversation with a friend, turned into a writing challenge, which resulted in the weirdest piece of melodramatic, pretentious writing that I will ever write and share with the world. Enjoy! Continue reading Tearful Teacups
Life has changed drastically since this account was first created. For a while, I did upload on a semi-regular basis, and then…I stopped. And now, I’d like to restart. Project: Appreciating Rock Music Also, I listened to The Beach Boys. Surfer rock is pretty iconic, honestly. Their songs always make me feel so positive about life in general, and isn’t that something to strive towards? Somewhere down the line, I started listening to Simon & Garfunkel. I love quite a few of their songs. The lyrics, the melodies…folk rock is pretty cool, especially the way these guys do it. Legendary. … Continue reading Clearing out the tremendous backlog
Here is the tragic tale of a talented, tortured American folk musician, whose life and career ended in near obscurity. Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Jackson C. Frank
It Won’t Be Long / All I’ve Got To Do / All My Loving / Don’t Bother Me / Little Child / Till There Was You / Please Mister Postman / Roll Over Beethoven / Hold Me Tight / You … Continue reading Album Review: “With the Beatles” by The Beatles
Ah, April, the month of Game of Thrones’ final season, Avengers: Endgame… It’s a pretty solid month for movies and TV shows, whether or not you’re following along with these shows or not. Netflix continues to be putting out new … Continue reading April: Movies and TV Shows!
Inspired by the book “The Beatles Lyrics” by Hunter Davies. I wrote a (kinda rambly) post about why I enjoy reading biographies of musicians and why it’s important to me to contextualize the songs that I listen to, into the lives of the artists, and how it makes a difference. Continue reading Words over Melodies (Or “Why I read Musician Biographies and song explanations”)