Recent favourites: Music, blogs, and everything else.

I don’t really do weekly, monthly or any other kind of roundups. My attempt at regularly listing five things that have recently made me happy failed miserably, and over the last few weeks and months, I felt like there just…

2017 favourites: Lifestyle.

Another year has passed in which memes were born, songs have caught our ears and thrilling dramas have kept us captivated in front of our TVs. We were given 280 characters and a new thread option on Twitter, celebrated marriage…

5 things that have recently made me happy.

Although I love reading these types of posts, I never seem to do them myself. It’s lovely reading about the things that made people happy, especially the small, seemingly mundane ones. So today, that’s what I’m going to do: Focus…

My favourite musicals & a musical wishlist.

I absolutely love musical theatre. If I was only a little bit more talented in the singing department, I would have definitely gone into it during and especially after school (Fun fact: I looked up everywhere if I could study…

A Sunday breakfast playlist.

Weekends are for long and cosy breakfasts. I love to take the time and cook my porridge, slice my fruit, brew my cuppa and just ease into my favourite two days of the week.   The most important part? Music…

The one who changed my view on music. (or: The Newton Faulkner …

I used to laugh about people who said that a certain musician or band helped them through difficult times. “It’s just music, how helpful can it be?”, I thought. Music was an important part of my life, yes, but it…

William Fitzsimmons – The Sparrow and the Crow

This is a recent re-discovery of mine.   I’ve known William Fitzsimmons and his music for many years now but in all honesty, I’m not always in the mood for it. His lyrics are very deep and very relatable so…

A year ago today: The Newton Faulkner Experience 2.0

As I already explained here, I have a little bit of an obsession with Newton Faulkner. Although personally, I wouldn’t call it a proper obsession. It rather is an utter admiration for the person and his music, for his lyrics…

The Newton Faulkner Experience

My love for Newton Faulkner got its first tiny sparkle back in 2007. I was living in Brisbane at the time and every Saturday morning, I’d watch a music show whose name I forgot. Anyway, his song “Dream catch me”…