You guys.. I did it.
This is the third post of the month! No repetitive apology for only getting up a playlist. I feel so whole, so great.
Lately, I’ve been more focused on being present and living in the moment. Focusing too much on the future can get to be really stressful and taxing on the mind and body. My blog is such a passion project, and I am manifesting it’s success. This is what I love to do, so I will put the work in for as long as it takes, and I will believe in myself until I’ve created the community I know will benefit from myself, my love, and my compassion. Even if I put up a silly post about a face mask or chat about my new favorite record, I am always coming from a place of being your friend.
So this month, I’ve bought a new desk, which my MacBook is resting on, while I click away. My cats are sleeping on my bed and the light is coming through my window. I got to see one of my dearest friends today. I hope you’re in a good place reading this; and if you’re not, I hope you know it will get better with time and perseverance.
Back to the music – this month’s playlist took me a little by surprise. As a firm Halsey-hater, I never thought she would make her way onto a playlist. I was wrong. Her new album slays and I am just going to accept it. Also, three eras of Miley Cyrus, which you all should know by now is one of my favorite artists of all time. Again, don’t drag me for adding Taylor Swift in there. This single is even better than the first.
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For those who still don’t have it, you’re lucky. It’s listed below:
- Miley Cyrus – Week without you
- Halsey – Alone
- Taylor Swift – …Ready for it?
- Miley Cyrus – Space bootz
- Tove Lo – Disco tits
- Camila Cabello – Havana
- Halsey ft. Quavo – Lie
- Rationale – Loving life
- Lorde ft. Khalid, Post Malone, SZA – Homemade dynamite
- Miley Cyrus – Obsessed
- Blood Orange – Best to you
- Camila Cabello – Crying in the club
Okay. So I always feel so excited for artists who flee groups and flourish on their own. (See: Beyonce, Justin Timberlake, Harry Styles) Long story short, you can’t go a day without hearing a Camila Cabello song on the radio, and I’m not mad at it. I was never a Fifth Harmony fan, so there was no heartbreak when they broke up. What I dislike though, is the pettiness from the group when Camila left. Could it be, perhaps, since she’s the only member people could recognize in a group of people? Their sourness has been a huge turn off, and Camila’s succcess must make this taste in their mouths even worse. You go, girl.
Well, that’s enough from me. Who knows, maybe I’ll get another post up before this month ends.
I love you guys with my whole heart. See you on my next post – until then, catch me on my socials.
Passionately, Cody Johnathan.