With everything that’s been going on towards the end of 2016 including the rise of a real and much more terrifying He Who Must Not Be Named, I thought it might be nice to take a break from the shitstorm that is the present day and look back at the days where my biggest concern was what color rubber bands I should put on my braces. Here I offer you a playlist of my favorite early to mid 2000s pop with a strong emphasis on female artists. Also because people can get emotional about this kind of stuff (and who wouldn’t, I mean this is our childhood, right?) please note that I could not include all the musical gems from the era in this playlist. If you have any issues you can take them up with Smarter Child.
This is a playlist I made to pay tribute to the divas of modern pop culture. It was inspired by a conversation I had with my cousin that prompted me to consider why I love just the pure concept of a diva. What I realized was that… Continue reading “A Playlist For Unapologetic Divas”
When I return to school in September and my friends ask me what I did this summer I will tell them the truth; I worked at a summer camp and as a PA on my mom’s film; I took trips to Vermont and Boston; and started this here blog. Continue reading “Thursday Playlist: An Ode to Daria”
When summer comes I slip into a state of mind that prevents me from remembering responsibilities, what day of the week it is, and that the hustle and bustle of school will eventually return. For now, during these first weeks of June, all I can think about is the series of endless lazy days ahead of me, ice cream, and sunshine. Time moves sinfully slow, and I don’t want it to stop. This new playlist Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days is an ode to that feeling. Enjoy!