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Prologue to my New Blogging Schedule

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Hi everyone! Thanks for the feedback and encouragement in relation to my new blogging schedule. If all goes to plan, I’ll be beginning that next Monday — a week today.

I’m not sure whether I’ll be writing sponsored posts on Saturdays just yet, I might need to build up a little momentum with the other posts first (in order to show potential sponsors the kind of thing I do and how they might fit in). In the meantime, I’m just going to crack on with the rest of the schedule, especially the planning for my Thursday Theology posts, which will be the most time-consuming posts to produce because I’ll be filming a video for every post. I’ll be scripting some of those videos this week.

I thought I’d provide a little teaser today of some of the amazing music I’ll be sharing in my Monday Music posts. Music is a bit of an obsession for me — different styles, different genres; basically anything with a good energy that moves me, I love! And since I invested in a set of AirPods a few weeks ago, I’ve been dancing around my flat like a silly person, and it’s been so much fun. I am entitled to a six-month free Apple Music subscription with my current phone contract, and I’m so delighted to have finally activated it as I’ve really been missing out!

One song that I’ve had on repeat is this really beautiful and mellow piece of ‘chillhop’ (lofi hip hop). It’s an instrumental song, and I believe the musicians are from the Netherlands, but after scouring the web I wasn’t able to find out much more about them. I love discovering these wonderful gems of songs that are sadly in relative obscurity — and sharing them!

Have a listen to this little slice of genius and let me know what you think in the comments 🙂


    1. Absolutely! It’s perfect background music for studying. Also, I find having it on in the background can help me get off to sleep sometimes. I listen to tonnes of the stuff and occasionally a track will grab my attention and make me want to look it up. That’s happened a few times, and happened with this track 🙂 (I probably should have explained all of this in the post!).

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