Currently loving and dancing to this house remix of Loren Allred’s Never Enough from The Greatest Showman. This is the VMC Epic Remix and it’s appropriately titled, it’s an epic house banger!
It’s that time of year, when DJs pull together their mashups of the best music hits. One of my favorites always comes from DJ Earworm. For over a decade – this is his 11th annual mashup – he’s pulled together the top 25 songs into a catchy pop remix. Check out this year’s mashup, “United State of Pop 2017 (How We Do It)”.
Another year has come to a close and one of the best parts of wrapping up a year are all of the music hit mashups that remixers have pulled together. I always love the remixes by Robin Skouteris and DJ Earworm. If you haven’t heard their work, you’re in for a treat. I’ve included their 2016 mashups below along with some others that I’ve found and enjoy. Take a moment to reflect on some of the best pop songs of 2016. Enjoy!
PopLove 5 – Mashup of 2016 – Robin Skouteris
DJ Earworm Mashup – United State of Pop 2016 (Into Pieces)
Squiller – 2016 Anthem
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Have you ever wondered which books are read all over the globe? Discover the world’s most translated books – open your mind and find a new book or two to add to your reading list.
This delightful infographic will inspire kids and adults alike. It features characters from Disney, Studio Ghibli, DC Comics, and popular television series.
Life can be tough for adults. There are bills to pay, decisions to make, and jobs to do. While raising a family is a wonderful blessing, it can be a never ending source of stress. That is why we need to take a moment to breathe. Play. Marvel at life. No matter your age or responsibility, you can experience the wonder of childhood again. So take these quotes to heart; they may seem simple, but deep wisdom often lies in whimsy and fun.
For many years, Bronnie Ware worked as nurse in palliative care. Her patients were those who had gone home to die. She would be with them for the last three to twelve weeks of their lives.
Understandably, people grow a lot when they are faced with their own mortality; never underestimate someone’s capacity for growth. Each of her patients experienced a variety of emotions, as expected, denial, fear, anger, remorse, more denial and eventually acceptance. Every single patient found their peace before they departed. When questioned about any regrets they had or anything they would do differently, common themes surfaced again and again. Here are the top five: Continue reading