"She understood that the hardest times in life to go through were when you were transitioning from one version of yourself to another."
— Sarah Addison Allen, Lost Lake (via universal-wanderer)




jedavu:

Stunning Images Of Skylines Captured With Time Lapse Photography

by Dan Marker-Moore


"Of all the theories about why the record industry is collapsing – piracy, iTunes, bumbling digital rights management – has anyone considered the real reason is that Taylor Swift took over? Aside from her new single, “Shake It Off,” sales news remains bad: Albums are still down 15 percent, and singles are down 13 percent. It’s a trend that has lasted all year."
— Rolling Stone (x)
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oddieodelia:

Taylor Swift Discography


doppelgender:

sleeping is hard in the summer because blankets are too warm but without blankets im vulnerable to monsters



Reactions to “Shake It Off” From Some Prominent Music City Players

At the height of the Outlaw quasi-crossover hysteria, Waylon Jennings defiantly declared, “I couldn’t go pop with a mouthful of firecrackers.” Taylor Swift, country’s biggest record-seller this century, has flirted with pop and…


madnessinthemusic:

does anyone else literally get stressed out by how many shows they need to watch like

  • "oh is the second season of that out?"
  • "but i need to watch that one too-"
  • "but all of my friends are telling me to watch that one"
  • *stress*

Captain America is so deep guise.


"Taylor Swift now holds this year’s sales mark with ‘Shake It Off’. Also, dating to her arrival on Sept. 23, 2006, with "Tim McGraw," Swift swipes her 60th Hot 100 hit. Only one female act has made more Hot 100 visits: Aretha Franklin, with 73."