Shaking it off, breaking it down

Tuesday was definitely one of the highlights of my week. Work was slow and life was boring, but Taylor Swift debuted her new single from her forth coming album 1989. Its no secret that I wish Tay Tay and I were besties, and like this hot new track says, if you don’t like her, shake it off.

I love the refreshing sound of this track. Taylor says that her priorities have changed as she has grown older, and this is reflected on the album, which is heavily influenced by 80’s pop. I love the new sound and I’m keen to see if there will be any of her iconic ballads on this album, particularly because she hasn’t had any notible heartbreaks since Red.



Yeah, its a thing, even if I’m the only person who subscribes to it, I still believe Taylor Swift should be celebrated every Tuesday.

Confession time: I love her. I love everything about her, and if she did a cover of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, I would blog about it.

I probably love her for the same reason most females my age love her: she relates to us, and puts our emotions into words we didn’t have ourselves, tacks them to a catchy tune and makes millions (okay I can’t relate to the latter)

To celebrate her genius, here is one of my favorite songs of hers, the little-known Ours, off her 2011 album Speak Now.

The music video isn’t special, and she’ll never have to have an office job, but its cute. Like her, she is cute (you can also see how ridiculously tall she is in this video).