How are you holding up? 2020 has shaken things up in our lives quite a lot. We have suffered such emotions as joy, confusion, pain, loss, and anxiety. This is…
"Vivir Por Mi" sounds like an upbeat, feel-good tune about life and growing up for yourself. What else is nice about the song is that the male members sing is lead vocals, which is really good for their range. Besides that, the song sounds like another pop song, but the instrumentation is positive and the tempo is upbeat that "Vivir Por Mi" makes you feel good.
Happy Sunday! The cherry blossoms have started to bloom here in Japan. Although it is advised to stay indoors during the current pandemic, I have sneaked out for walks to…
What figure, song, or quote that compels you to be brave in adversity?
For me, it is Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” and also my favorite anime character, Sailor Moon. I know those two are extremes but they, out of many, have help me to brave in tough situations. I have so many other examples but it would be a really long list.
Jeremie Johnston, an Indian living in United Arabs Emirates, embraces a certain recent figure in recent years as the symbol of bravery in his latest release “Like Latifa”.
I recently conducted an email interview with Jeremie about the song as well his musical career. You can click below to read his answers. You can also listen to his latest release and my current favorite song from him.(more…)
Before beginning today’s post, I have an important announcement to make. A dear blogger, Crisly Zerrudo from Empowering and Uplifting, recently had a family emergency. Her father suffered a stroke last week. He made it through surgery but has a long road of recovery ahead.
Please take your time and help Crisly out by donating money to pay off the medical bills. Also, please share her story on social media. You can check out the information and ways you can give here: https://gogetfunding.com/help-my-dad-recover-from-stroke/
Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.
I can admit that I am not ready for the cold weather. Recently, I have been sleeping in a cocoon of blankets during the nighttime. Using the heater here in Japan is very expensive, so you have to be creative and think about other ways to keep yourself creatively.
But the cold weather hasn’t stopped the positive vibes flowing in the mornings. Excellent breakfast with a homemade latte makes the mornings even brighter. But, what makes it genuinely fantastic is this one unknown song from a well-known singer.
I mentioned last week in the Versatile Blogger Award post that I received another award. It’s the Sunshine Blogger Award this time from the lovely Amanda, the author of Walk a Myelin* My Shoes. I was so honored to be given this award by Amanda and I want to thank her for it.
If you haven’t had a chance to visit Walk a Myelin* My Shoes, you most definitely check it out as it is inspirational for maintaining a healthy lifestyle in today’s busy world. The content is also relatable as we have experienced various events in our life that Amanda writes about each week.
I was lucky enough to be nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award by Polly’s Pad. This is my second award in like two months. I am pleased to receive one! I also received another one recently and have to write about that one very soon! (Don’t worry Walk a Myelin* My Shoes, I haven’t forgotten you!)
What is the Versatile Blogger Award? You have to cross over the cut to find out!
October has been a rollercoaster for me! This weekend, I caught a terrible cold that had me bedridden for a couple of days. I am just coming back “online”, aka back to normal, after spending pretty much four days sleeping and fighting a head cold.
I have meant to write about today’s artist for a while now. This artist has recently released two new songs within the past three months, with the current released about two weeks ago. As a singer-songwriter, Jeremy Hoekstra has a beautiful talent for blending the sounds from different musical genres into his songs.
I had the privilege to review his latest release “We’re Alright”. This song’s message is very relatable to our lives. How so? Find out behind the cut!