— John Green (via dailydoseofstuf)
I didn’t realize until now that even as a kid, I already adored British musicians. - Can we bring back the good ol’ days where Disney Channel movies were the best thing EVER?
Recently found this Australian musical gem that is Throttle on Soundcloud and I’ve been loving his tracks; remixes and all!
I could talk about how good his tracks are but his music speaks for itself.
I See Fire - Ed Sheeran
Ed has one of the most calming voices I have EVER heard in my 21 years of existence. I could just listen to him sing all day long. He could sing the alphabet and I’d still be mesmerized.
And although I am not the biggest LOTR fan out there, this track has definitely gotten me excited to the second installment for The Hobbit! But before that, I must see Frozen because all my artsy friends are going crazy over it; and they haven’t been like this since Tangled, Brave, and Wreck it Ralph! Oh and not to mention the Disney short ‘Paperman’ which btw has oddly gotten me to tear up a bit because my mind created what seemed to be endless ending possibilities to the storyline while watching it in the cinema.
But for now, let’s head back to Middle Earth, sit around a bon fire, and just listen to Ed Sheeran sing about fire.
I ate alone (in a restaurant) for the first time and I have to say that it was most nerve wracking yet calming thing I have ever experienced.
I tend to text everyone I know whoever may be in the area and ask them if they want to have a meal with me and usually everyone I know is busy (how do I have this much free time?) so I end up going home, opening a pack of Top Ramen, sit in front of my laptop, and have a meal alone. Sad, isn’t it?
Last night was insane because unlike most people on the face of the Earth, I do not own a smartphone. I do however own lots of books, mini notebooks, and a phone that is primarily used as an mp3 player. - So after my event at CEU Makati, I decided to head over to Peace and Happiness and get me some Xiao Long Bao because I’ve been craving for ‘em for quite some time and I did not feel like giving myself a panic attack while waiting for a jeep with an empty seat hoping that I don’t get mugged or killed. Yes, my thoughts are always that insane while having to wait.
As I am getting way off topic about what this is all about, let’s try and focus! So at “dinner”, I had proved to myself that I am a complete klutz because I couldn’t seem to stay still and not mess anything up. Here are some examples as to how I am a klutz; 1) I think I bumped into a post, 2) I didn’t know how to order food, 3) I almost spilled the bottle of vinegar on my pants while reaching for my bag, and 4) I burnt my tongue whilst taking a bite of my dumpling.
I think I need to get used to being alone, out in the real world, without my laptop. It just has to be me, my notebook, my music, and possibly a giant glass of Earl Grey tea.
— Steve Jobs (via escapekit)
I love the original, but Julia Sheer's cover has gotten me all sentimental and wishing that maybe it'll suddenly start snowing in the Philippines so I can stay in bed and just listen to her voice and not wonder if there's life outside. Okay that sounded creepy but her voice is really soothing to listen to.
Just watch it.
Finally got to experience dining at Sofitel Philippine Plaza’s oh-so-famous ‘Spirals’! Blog post about my 21st birthday treat coming up soon.
Thank you for having me, Sofitel! Until next time.
Just Another Girl - The Killers
Is it weird how I ship Brandon Flowers and Diana Agron? Because I do. Look at how perfect they are! Look!
But on another note, if this were written in a girls perspective, I would have to say that this song was definitely written for/about me. As much as I’d (usually like to) get into detail, I won’t because this is the internet and no one is safe. Haha!
Why hello, The1975. H E L L O!
I don’t really have much to say about this except for how much I love this crazy, British band! Watch the video, enjoy the music, and the girls, girls, girls.
I told myself that I’d try and stay away from electronic music for a while and get back to “my roots” which happens to be punk-rock and alternative music but these great tracks keep on appearing and who am I to say no to good music? (What?)
This track is from a new found love, Spaveech!! This New Jersey, USA DJ has caught my attention with his remixes which include tracks from some of my favourite DJs such as Alesso, Afrojack, Mat Zo, and Porter Robinson.
I’m going to shut up now and let his music speak for itself. Enjoy!