Christmas With a Country Twang! [25 Days of Holiday Songs]

(This was written by Kelly who runs The Peppermint Pixie. Please check out her blog!

I just love Christmas! One of the things I really like is the festive music. When ai love music wanted people to be part of her “25 Days of Holiday Songs”, I just knew I had an entry to offer. So, the song I have chosen is one that really gets me in the Christmas mood. It`s Lady Antebellum’s “Holly Jolly Christmas.”

Christmas with a country twang! Perfect!

Merry Christmas everyone!

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My Special Memories with “Santa Tell Me” [25 Days of Holiday Songs]

Welcome to Day 10 of the “25 Days of Holiday Songs” Challenge (Shh, I am posting this a day late, but it will count as Day 10). Today’s post is written by Lilly who writes for her blog Lilly’s Corner. In her selection, Lilly talks about her favorite Christmas songs and the memories with her best friends that she shares with the song.  Click below to read about her special relationship with today’s song choice!

(You can also find Lilly over at Twitter here.)

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Why “Mary Did You Know” is the Definitive Christmas Song [25 Days of Holiday Songs]

Hello everyone! Happy December! Today, I will start my “25 Days of Holiday Songs” Challenge! I will feature a post written by wonderful bloggers and writers every day. Each person picked their favorite holiday song. 

Today’s post is written by Anna Kat Napier.  Her amazing blog is called Victoria Lee Home, a lifestyle blog that has tips and tricks for various avenues of life. Be sure to check out her blog right now as she features some great tips on how to organize the chaotic Christmas season!

Thanks Anna!

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Results for the First Battle of the Songs: SHINee or Mohamed Ali?

Just a friendly reminder that I am still looking for writers for my December series, “25 Days of Holiday Songs” Challenge. I only have six blog posts currently and I need 19 more. I really want them by December 1! Please send me an email if you are interested ASAP!


Last week, I started the first ever Battle of the Songs competition on my blog! I am very thankful for the number of responses I got for the match.

Without further ado, who won the first Battle of the Songs: SHINee from South Korea or Mohamed Ali from Denmark?

Click to found out the winner!

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“Lens (We Use to See)”: Sound Ninja’s Newest Release That Features Musical Creativity and Passion Blended Together Seamlessly

Welcome to mid-November! How are you fairing? It has gotten really cold here in Nagoya, so cold that I am craving hot pot dishes with lots of kimchi every day. Speaking of cold temps, if you haven’t check it out yet, I am still looking for writers for my “25 Days of Holiday Songs” series that will be published through December. If you are interested, let me know! I can’t wait to read and post all the blog posts about various holiday songs!

Without further ado, let me introduce today’s upcoming artist: The Sound Ninja. Though a relatively new artist — only started to release songs this year — his songs are filled with passion and creativity, especially with his latest release.

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Battle of the Songs: SHINee vs Mohamed Ali

I always wanted to talk about the covers of various songs. However, I want to try to do in a competition style: one version vs. another version. I don’t know if I am going to do this weekly or monthly yet. I have so much content that I have yet to publish. But, here is the first one!

So here is the very first “Battles of the Songs”: SHINee vs. Mohamed Ali

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Sunshine Blogger Award

I mentioned last week in the Versatile Blogger Award post that I received another award. It’s the Sunshine Blogger Award this time from the lovely Amanda, the author of Walk a Myelin* My Shoes. I was so honored to be given this award by Amanda and I want to thank her for it.

If you haven’t had a chance to visit Walk a Myelin* My Shoes, you most definitely check it out as it is inspirational for maintaining a healthy lifestyle in today’s busy world. The content is also relatable as we have experienced various events in our life that Amanda writes about each week.

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