Foodie February! Favorite Restaunts In Toronto.

Hello everyone,

Welcome back to Foodie February! I apologize for the lack of posts for this month’s theme, but not to worry I will have plenty of posts coming up this week.

Today I want to share with you my favorite go to restaurants in the city, that I’ve been visiting frequently over the years.

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Let’s begin.

1 Pickle Barrel.

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Pickle Barrel is a restaurant I’ve been visiting for years, and I absolutely love it. When I was a university student, there was a location near my campus and I would go there often with friends and family. This restaurant is very affordable, the food is fresh and delicious. In addition, if you need to make some changes to your meal and if you have any allergies or intolerances they are flexible in making the food to suit your taste. If you are on a budget, this is the place to go.

2. Cibo Restaurant.

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I am a huge lover of Italian cuisine, and one of my favorite Italian restaurants is Cibo. The food is absolutely delicious, and I typically go for brunch when they have a buffet style setup. Cibo usually offers Groupon coupons for two people, because it can be quite pricey for one person. I love the food, and I feel like I’ve taken a trip to Italy. If you are in the mood for a fancy day out and treat yourself then this is the place to visit.

3. Sushi Sky.

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I love Asian cuisine, Korean, Japanese, Thai and Filipino food. Sushi Sky is an all you can eat restaurant in downtown Toronto if I can recall correctly the cost for the lunch menu is $13 and $20 for the dinner menu. You can order more than just sushi and the food is delicious. You can get sushi, sashimi, hand rolls, teriyaki meat and more. I am very particular about the freshness of the sushi I eat and this place gets a two thumbs up.

4. Spoon & Fork.

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If you are a lover of Thai and Japanese food, this is the place to visit. I love their pad thai and of course, I go mainly for the all you can eat sushi. The service is fast and the food is delicious. I started coming here five years ago and I love their food!

5. Pizzeria Libretto.

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If you are in the mood for pizza this is a great place to visit, the pizza is so delicious and it feels like it melts in your mouth. With great confidence, I can say that this is the best pizza I’ve had in a very long time. They offer a great variety of topics, so I highly recommend this place.

6. Calii Love.

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This place is a bit more down to earth and casual, which is more my style and the food is healthy and delicious.

7. Kinton Ramen.

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Kinton Ramen offer a variety of ramen. My favorite is the classic ramen, I love ordering the miso ramen. The place is clean and the ramen tastes very fresh. The staff is also very welcoming and service is fast.

8. Asian Bowl.

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Asian Bowl offers Pan-Asian dishes, I started coming here three years ago and I love the variety of the delicious dishes they offer. Asian Bowl is located near Dundas Square and you have an access to Eaton Centre.

9. Luma Restaurant.

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This restaurant is on the upper scale of restaurants, but I enjoy their food during Summerlicious and Winterlicious. Those are an event when you order a three-course meal for half the price. The food I had was so delicious and I love going back there whenever I can.

10. Sushi 2 Go.

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Sushi 2 Go is a restaurant I’ve been visiting since my university days, I mainly go for their sushi but they also have a delicious salmon teriyaki. The prices are reasonable and the food is fresh.

That is all for my list of favorite restaurants in the city, let me know where you like to eat out.

Thank you so much for reading and see you soon!


East Coast, Meets West Coast 2016! Part III – Portland, Cannon Beach, Oregon and Seattle, Washington.

Welcome back everyone,

We are back with part three of my West coast travel story, sorry to keep you waiting for the next installment of the story.

Where did we leave off for the last post? Ahh, yes it was right at the moment when my friend and I crossed the border. It was a great feeling to know that I am finally in the United States, I didn’t know what to expect so I made sure I enjoyed each moment to the fullest. The first thing we did was to stop by McDonald’s to get something on the road because we had a long drive ahead of us. We ran into a family that was traveling together, they had a minivan and they made it look so cozy inside for their journey. We chatted with them for a bit, the mother was telling us about their road trip journey and that they are on the road all time. It was cool to see a family that is so adventurous! Afterwards, we got in the car and continued driving to Portland. On our way there, we passed by Seattle, which was our last destination after exploring Portland. The drive was really pleasant, but also very tiring.

We were up all night, so we decided to stop at a McDonald’s parking lot to catch a snooze. The nap didn’t last too long because some questionable individuals started gathering in the parking lot, so we drove off as fast as possible. Before we drove to the hostel, we did some research back in Vancouver and we went to see the Rocky Butte Look Out. It had a beautiful view of Portland, the architecture was also very unique, it had a medieval vibe. We took so many photos and then it was time to go to the hostel.

This little red car took us everywhere this summer! What an adventure.

 We checked in early, but we couldn’t get into our room until 4:00pm and it was only 10 or 11 o’clock in the morning. We checked in and then my friend suggested to go to the beach and grab some of her favorite gluten-free pizza from Sizzle Pie.

It was the best pizza I’ve ever had if you ever come down to Portland make sure you stop by to grab a slice. We drove to the beach and spent a few hours there just relaxing and enjoying the sunshine. There were many people coming to enjoy the sunny day we had, I went up to the shore to collect some seashells and there was a playful dog I played with on the beach. After spending a few hours at the beach, we decided to drive back to the hostel and rest. We were both very tired because of the lack of sleep so getting some sleep was essential. I believe the next thing we did that same day was to go out for a walk and have dinner. I saw someone’s Trader Joes shopping bag in the fridge at the hostel, so of course, I had to go because I’ve always wanted to. Trader Joes is a grocery with tons of organic and healthy foods! After exploring the downtown area, my friend and I went out for dinner at Deschutes Brewery. It was a delicious dinner, after eating we continued walking around.


The following day was really fun, we had a lot planned and a spontaneous trip to Cannon Beach. We went to Chinatown, my friend took me to see the famous “Keep Portland Weird” sign, and we stopped by Voodoo donuts but the line was taken long so we left.



Afterwards, we went down to Steel Bridge, another popular tourist attraction in Portland.

It was a sunny day, the weather was nice and warm, and there were lots of people exploring. My friend and I decided to rent a bike and bike around the park. It was so much fun and it was also very funny when were struggling to go uphill. We had a fun, but we decided to head back to the area near our hostel. My friend had a suggestion to travel down to Cannon Beach, which was an hour and a half away from Portland. Before we drove down to Cannon Beach, we went to Starbucks to cool off from the warm weather and we also went shopping at World Market. I wish we had World Market in Canada, it has great selections of household items and much more.

When we were done, it was time to drive to the best beach I’ve been to. Now we are getting to my favorite part of the trip! I had no idea I was going to fall in love with this beautiful place, it was so picturesque. The drive to Cannon Beach was a lot of fun, it was long but scenic. Rows and rows of trees, stunning views and the anticipation of going somewhere new was exciting. We had some snacks and listened to music. As we were driving, the weather started to change, it went from sunny, to cloudy and foggy. This was slightly disappointing because the reason we drove to Cannon Beach was to take pictures of the sunset. The drive seemed slightly long, but it was enjoyable and super relaxing! I was in love with the scenery and I couldn’t look away.

Before we knew it, we arrived at Cannon Beach! It was getting dark, but there was some daylight left. As soon as we entered the town, I got an instant feeling of peace. There was something about this place that captured my heart instantly, the cute little houses and overall vibe of a small town appealed to me. I was born in the city and I grew up in the city as well, so I never thought I would like a small town and prefer it more than the city. When we got out of the car and it quite chilly, I believe it was around 14 degrees. My friend rushed off to go see the beach and followed behind her slowly (I was freezing actually). As soon as I stepped foot on the beach, I knew at that moment this will be my favorite part of the trip. I was mesmerized by the beauty of Cannon Beach, it seemed so unique with its iconic Haystack rock. It was also very foggy so we couldn’t take the pictures we wanted, but we sat down by the bonfire to warm up. I looked around at my surroundings and the beautiful hotel resort. My friend jokingly suggested to book a room, but I agreed! I’m rarely a spontaneous person, but for this place, I knew I wanted to stay longer. Did I mention that this was my first time seeing the ocean? Yes, it was and it was an amazing feeling. Following our relaxing break on the beach, we decided to stop in the hotel resort to look around and find out the price for one night stay. It turned out it was $250, we told the hotel receptionist we will think about it and call back if we wanted to book a room. We got into the car and drove off to Portland. We sat in silence for a while, both of us contemplating what to do and I finally said, ‘I want to stay there, I want to go back again” and my friend agreed. I didn’t know when I would have the opportunity to go there again and I wanted to make sure I don’t miss out on anything that was within my reach. Eventually, we came to the decision to book a room for one night. I was so excited to leave the hostel and go back to the ocean.

The next morning, we got ready, packed up our bags and checked out of the hostel. Before we began driving down to Cannon Beach, we had a few things that we had to get done 1) buy souvenirs 2) go to an outlet mall to buy some gifts for family and something for myself. For souvenirs, we went to Powell’s Books, a very popular bookstore in Portland. They have used and new books, along with more merchandise. I found some pretty cool stuff there and bought the souvenirs I wanted. Our next stop was Woodburn Premium Outlet Mall.

Guess what, the shopping was tax-free and that’s something we don’t have here in Canada so I was excited to buy clothes for a reasonable price. There were so many stores, my friend and I decided to split up for an hour and go get the stuff we needed quickly. I got a purse from a store called Journeys and I also got my first pair of Converse. I had a lot of fun exploring the outlet mall, and I can’t wait to go back again when I go back to Portland.  Then it was time to continue driving to Cannon Beach. The drive to Cannon Beach was quite nice and scenic as I mentioned earlier, there were rows and rows of trees. This was probably the most peaceful I felt in a very long time, getting away from the hustle of everyday life is so important and the best way to do it is by traveling. We were lucky this time because the weather was great and sunny, still slightly chilly but not too bad. I got so excited as soon as we drove into the small town, there was such a nice vibe about it and it’s quite charming.


We went to check into our hotel and as soon as I walked into our hotel room I jumped on the bed, I was so excited. The hotel room had a nice big TV, a king size bed and the wonderful view from Haystack Rock. We also had a minibar, a sink and all sorts of snacks and treats. The bathroom had a hot tub and it was really nice and spacious.


When we settled in and we put our stuff away, we stopped by the convenient store near the hotel to get some food and other necessities such as marshmallows to make roasted marshmallows.  After we bought our food we gathered our camera equipment and headed out to the beach to take sunset pictures. It was absolutely perfect, the sunset colors were so nice even though there were some clouds hiding the sun. We took a quick break going back to the hotel room to have some dinner. I loved the hotel room, this was a family resort and it had a very cozy vibe. After we ate and watched some TV, we went out again to the beach to have roasted our marshmallows by the bonfire. We stayed outside for a while enjoying the evening and then we went back to our room to sleep.

The next day was bittersweet because we had to depart to Seattle, Washington. We went to the beach one last time before we departed to Seattle, Washington. Before we drove off, my friend decided to make a final stop at Ecola State Park. The view of the ocean and Cannon Beach was mesmerizing, we were lucky because the weather was lovely. We took a few pictures, enjoyed the scenery and then it was time to say goodbye to Oregon.


It is such a beautiful state, and the drive to Seattle was so scenic (this is a common word I’ve been using, but that’s the best way to describe Oregon). I can’t recall for how long we drove, but I think it was close to 2-3 hours, but then again I may be wrong. The drive to Seattle felt long, I was tired and I wanted to go back to Canada. However, I knew going to Seattle would be worth it.

After driving for so long, I finally saw Seattle’s skyscrapers. Our stay in Seattle wasn’t very long, we arrive around 7pm and we left Seattle around midnight. We went to see Public Market Center, the original Starbucks cafe, the waterfront, Space Needle and we rode on the Ferris wheel. Seattle is a typical city, but it also has the view of the mountains and that’s something Toronto is missing.


The famous gum wall, really gross but cool at the same time.


Beautiful view from the waterfront in Seattle.


The first Starbucks cafe. I’m a huge Starbucks lover, so it was cool to see this in person.
The view from the Space Needle.
Space Needle, Seattle.

After a week of driving around in the States, we finally made it back on Canadian soil. I like the States, but I love Canada more 🙂

With this, I conclude the United States road trip chapter of my story! The next part of my West Coast story will be the final one. Stay tuned!

As usual, thank you all for reading and see you soon!


East Coast, Meets West Coast 2016! Part II – Granville Island & Gastown.

Welcome back everyone,

Today it’s time for part two of my traveling story! I will be telling you a little bit about Vancouver and the beginning of our road trip to Portland, Oregon.

Where did I leave off? Oh yes, it was the end of our crazy, but fun hiking day. After my intense hike, I remember waking up and feeling really sore. Hiking is the best workout you can get! Even though I was sore, I was happy because I was improving my stamina and getting back into shape. I woke up around noon, my friend slept in a little bit longer so I took advantage of my free time and edited some pictures from the hike. After my friend woke up and we got ready, we went out to grab some sushi. Apparently, sushi in Vancouver is cheaper than in Toronto. That’s actually, for seven bucks we got a nice meal and it was very filling.

Simply delicious

Before my friend went off to work, we drove down to Granville Island by the Harbourfront. 

The scenery of the boats and the mountains in the distance was lovely.

The mountain is hiding behind the bridge

Granville Island is a shopping district located at the end of Granville Street Bridge. My friend and I hung out near the water for a bit before she went off to work. I decided to go and explore on my own, I walked around taking pictures of the scenery and recording videos for my video montage I’m working on as we speak. When I was done, I decided to put away my camera so I can enjoy my time without feeling the need of documenting every little detail. I decided to go inside the Granville Market and look around for any souvenirs (I used this word a lot on my trip, haha). You could find everything there, meats, pastries, more delicious food and unique homemade products. I bought a Granville Island coaster, I wanted to take a little piece of Granville Island with me to Toronto.

IMG_7340  After I finished browsing around the market, I decided to go and take the bus to Gastown. Gastown is a historic part of Vancouver and a place I’ve always wanted to see in person, it is a beautiful part of downtown with a European vibe. I am proud of myself because I managed well on my own with the bus and directions. I always get nervous navigating through an unknown city because I have a poor sense of direction, but I did well. The bus ride was pleasant, I talked to some tourists as well and it was fun to find out from where people are coming from to visit. As soon as I got to Gastown, I was super excited to go and see the famous steam clock in person.


Arrival in GaGastown

Before that, I came across a souvenir shop and of course, I had to go inside and buy some gifts for my friends and family. When I was done, I went to take pictures of the clock tower and then I went for a short walk.

I decided to head back to my friend’s place because I had to finish packing for our U.S. road trip. I went to catch the SkyTrain, but I was slightly confused about the transit system. For example, they didn’t have a ticket booth to buy tickets or ask questions, while in Toronto there is one at every station. I almost took the wrong train for the wrong travel zone, but my intuition guided me to ask a couple how to get to my destination. They guided me and I took the train to my stop. I like the transit system in Vancouver because 1) it’s cheaper 2) we travel above ground and there is actual cellular service. Hallelujah!

Skytrain Station
Inside the Skytrain

When I arrived at my stop, I hopped on the bus and went home. My friend’s roommate was already at home, so we ended up cooking a delicious healthy dinner, chatting and going for an evening walk to the park. It was probably one of the most relaxing and enjoyable evenings I’ve had in a long time.

Craving this delicious dinner again
Pleasant walk in the park

After we got back, I started packing and waiting for my friend come home from work, because we were planning to start driving to Portland, Oregon in the middle of the night. Yes, I am serious! The reason why my friend wanted to leave so early was because of the traffic, we didn’t want to get stuck in traffic for a long time and waste the day. My friend got home a little bit after 12:30am and we were on the road around 2ish ( I can’t remember the exact time). I was super excited to finally go to the States, it was a very exciting moment for me. I’ve never had such a spontaneous trip in the middle of the night, and in general I always plan things ahead of time.  I’ve learned that the best things in life happen, when you are spontaneous and go with the flow. Now back to the story! Soon we arrived at the border, when all the technicalities were taken care of and we showed our passports, we were on our way again. As soon I knew we were on U.S. grounds, I squalled so loud that my friend thought something bad happened. I grew up watching American movies with my family back in Bulgaria and to us the States were a big deal and I was happy to finally see what the fuss is about.

I am going to end this story here and continue with my U.S. road trip story in another post because there is so much to talk about! What I want to know from you guys is, what was your most memorable road trip you’ve had? Share your story below, I would love to read it.

Thanks for reading and see you soon 🙂


DARA – Nedei

Welcome back everyone,

Did you really think Music Monday wasn’t going to make a comeback? Of course, it is here to stay and today I will share music from my homeland.

I am from Bulgaria and I don’t listen to Bulgarian music too much or at all, that was the case when I living in Bulgaria too. However, I recently began researching Bulgaria music because I wanted to find something upbeat and new. I listen to a lot of KPOP, so I thought there has to be Bulgaria music I’ll love.

One day I discovered a Bulgarian Youtuber, Emil Conrad, and he shared a song by DARA. I checked it out and I am proud to say I officially have a Bulgarian singer on my playlist.


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DARA (Darina Yotova).


Darina Yotova, also known by her stage name, Dara, is born on September 9, 1998, in Varna, Bulgaria. She gained her popularity from the Bulgarian Edition of the X Factor. She is now signed under Virginia Records and in 2016 she released her debut song, ‘Kvo Ne Chu”, translated as “What Didn’t You Hear”.



But this is not the song I will be talking about today, I would like to introduce to you DARA’s new single, “Nedei” translated to “Don’t”. She may be the first Bulgarian artist who will put Bulgarian music on the map and I am happy it’s not the chalga genre. It is a unique music genre in Bulgaria that I dislike, but her music is a mix of pop, R&B and synthpop.

From the start of the song, it has a very upbeat an catchy tune and it leads into the song naturally. The melody is memorable and melodious, it’ll make you hum and sing it throughout the day. The song will not be complete without Dara’s expressive, dynamic and soulful vocals. Her vocal tone is strong and it makes you feel the emotions she’s feeling throughout the song.

The lyrics tell a story about longing for a lover who is no longer in your life, with the possibility of meeting each other one day. Below you will find the Bulgarian lyrics and English lyrics.

Bulgarian Lyrics

Не променяй себе си, себе си.
Обещание даваш ли, даваш ли?
Но, не забравяй – липсваш ми, липсваш ми.
Не затваряй сърцето си, сърцето си.
Недей, недей
Може би ти и аз някога ще се срещнем.
Може би, може би някога ще се срещнем.
Тези капки по лицето ти не са сълзи.
Аз ще съм добре, повярвай ми, не ме мисли.
Не казвай нищо,
очите казват, те казват всичко.
Едно те моля – не ме забравяй!
Недей, недей.
Недей, недей
Може би ти и аз някога ще се срещнем.
Може би, може би някога ще се срещнем.
Вкъщи още има твои вещи.
Крия мириса на теб с ароматни свещи.
Всичко е наред, грешките ще станат смешни.
Грешно ли е, че обичам тези сладки грешки?
Недей, недей, недей, недей…
Може би ти и аз някога ще се срещнем.
Може би, може би някога ще се срещнем.
Може би ти и аз, ти ти ти и аз…
Ти и аз…
Може би ти и аз, ти ти ти и аз…
Някога, някога…
English Lyrics
Don’t change yourself, yourself
Do you give promises, do you give them?
But I don’t forget- I miss you, I miss you.
Don’t close your heart,
Your heart.
Don’t, don’t
Maybe you and I someday will meet.
Maybe, maybe someday we will meet.
These drops on my face are not tears.
I will be okay, believe me, don’t think of me.
Don’t say anything, eyes tell, they tell everything.
One thing I beg, don’t forget me!
Don’t, don’t.
Don’t, don’t
Maybe you and I someday will meet.
Maybe, maybe someday we will meet.
Аt home there’s still your things.
I hide the smells of you with aromatic candles.
Everything is alright, mistakes will become funny.
Is it wrong, that I like these sweet mistakes?
Don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t…
Maybe you and I will meet someday.
Maybe, maybe someday we will meet.
Maybe you and I, you you you and I…
You and I…
Maybe you and I, you you you and I…
Someday, someday…
The song is very catchy and the lyrics will be stuck in your head for a while, but the lyrics are repetitive. Nevertheless, I really like the song and Dara is like a breath of fresh air for the Bulgarian music scene. She has the potential to take her career overseas, she already has catchy songs. Who knows maybe her next single will put Bulgarian music on the map and that would be really cool.
Thank you so much for reading, I will have a new song review coming up tomorrow so stay tuned.
See you soon 🙂

I’m Back!!!

Hello everyone,

It’s been wayyy too long and I apologize for being away for so long, life has been a little tough on me lately and I had to take a moment to put the pieces back together. It’s not quite where I want it to be yet, but I’m getting there 🙂

If any of you remember, I had a very hard time figuring out what I wanted this blog to become. I read an article years ago about bloggers, and the importance of picking one topic to write about. However, I still wanted to write about various topics on my blog. It is my blog after all, I have the right to decide what I want to write about. Therefore, I kept going back and forth between topic to topic, introducing new blog titles, I was genuinely confused. So I took break from this blog to figure things out and I have come to a conclusion.

This blog will remain a music blog only, very soon I’ll change the design of the site and create a brand new banner. The name of the blog will be J’Adore Music! I started blogging in 2010 to write about music, that’s my biggest passion in life. I adore music, I listen to it everyday and if I don’t, then I feel restless.

With that being said, I created two separate blogs about lifestyle and my photography! I have the links down below, so please check them out and click the ‘follow’ button 🙂

My lifestyle blog will cover the following topics:

  1. Beauty
  2. Fitness & Health
  3. Travel
  4. Food
  5. Popular Culture i.e book & movie reviews
  6. Self – empowerment to inspire self-growth and gaining self-esteem

These are just a few of the topic I will cover on my lifestyle blog. On my photography website I will share my landscape, nature, urban and portrait photography. I am a photographer, and my journey began in 2007. It wasn’t until recently that I decided to pursue photography seriously. So I created an Instagram page for my work last year, and I had an amazing response from people and positive feedback. I felt so determined, and inspired to continue to improve my work. This year I attended an Insta photography meetup and I discovered a newfound love for portrait photography. It would mean the world to me if you could check out my website and click on the ‘follow’ blog.

So this wraps up the introduction to my other two blogs, it might be a bit too much to manage three blogs but I feel dedicated. The only thing I have to do now is create a schedule. However, for now I will invest a lot of time catching up on my music posts. I have a lot to share and I cannot wait to write about what I love the most, music!!!

Thank you for sticking by my side all these years, we’ve been together since 2013 and we are a team. I couldn’t do this without you all, who take the time to read my post and who were probably checking my blog while I was away.

I am back and I cannot wait to get started!

See you soon 🙂

Lifestyle Blog

Photography Website

Photography Instagram Page





Life Through a Lens!

Hi everyone,

I’m back again with another photography post! I’ve been working very hard, studying photography to improve my art. I’ve put together this post to show some of my recent work. I hope you all enjoy these photos!


Distillery District, Toronto


St. Nathan Phillips Square


Humber River


Steel Bridge in Portland, Oregon


That anticipation of going somewhere new!


Yorkville, Toronto

I hope you all enjoyed these photos, let me know which one stood out to you.

Thanks for reading and see you soon!

Dive into the World of LIGHTS, CAMERA, PLAY!

This has been long overdue, but the newly and improved version of my blog is finally here. Welcome to the world of Lights, Camera, Play!

Through time we all go through changes and evolve as people, that’s why I thought it was time for my blog to evolve too. I have worked on this big blog change for months to ensure every small detail is perfect. From brainstorming blog names to designing blog graphics over and over again, until I was satisfied with the final product.

Let’s go over what kind of content this blog will offer and what will stay and go!

  1. Uploads of my personal photography! This year I will be going away on vacation and it will give me the opportunity to take many new photos.
  2. Music reviews from albums, songs to music events! I will be exploring the multifaceted world of music by talking about different genres from classical music to Kpop.
  3. My segment Music Monday will continue to be a part of this blog, however my segment International Wonderland will not. International Wonderland was a segment I created that explored music from other countries. Since I will keep Music Monday, so there is no need to keep International Wonderland anymore.
  4. My segment Geek Corner that focuses on TV and film culture will be making its exit from this blog. However, I will be writing about TV and film music.
  5. There will be no more book and movie reviews, as well as beauty and fashion posts.
  6. There will be one more original segment that will remain on this blog and it is: Friday Funday! This is my little gift to my long time followers who have been with me since day one. This segment is all about fun random posts i.e. Q/A, tag questionnaire posts and etc.

This is what my blog will be in a nutshell, but I have more to share with you. My past blog posts were focused on lifestyle, even though I had a lot of music content. Therefore, I’ve decided to use my Tumblr blog for my lifestyle posts ( I haven’t launched it yet, but when I do my followers will be the first to know about it.

I have also opened up an Instagram account dedicated solely for my photography, it would mean a lot if guys went to support my work and follow me here → I also want to know if you any of you want an Instagram account affiliated with this blog. Please answer the poll below to let me know!

That being said, it is time to end today’s post with a big thank for waiting patiently to make my return to the blogging world. I am excited to bring new content your way and evolve as a blogger. I will soon be leaving the field of child care/counselling to follow my passion for the arts/culture field. With this blog I will watch myself grow professionally and improve my music review and photography work. I have 172 people who will be with me on this journey and I am so excited to share this chapter of my life with you all.

Thank you for reading and I will see you tomorrow with the return of Music Mondayツ