My thanks to MixedupMeme from the blog Mix&MatchMeme for this nomination. The tagline “Mixed up, but unmatched” pretty much says it all about MixedupMeme’s blog. It certainly is delightfully random and spontaneous. Seeing that my blog is pretty much the polar opposite of random and spontaneous, I really appreciate a dose of randomness every once in a while just to keep some perspective. Thanks again, MixedupMeme 🙂
OK, now for the award rules:
1. Display the award logo on your blog.
2. Link back to the person who nominated you.
3. State 7 things about yourself.
4. Nominate 15 other bloggers for this award and link to them.
5. Notify those bloggers of the nomination and the award’s requirements.
7 things about me
Since every award seems to require this, I’d like to bend the rules slightly and just list seven songs that really inspire me. I hope that is OK…
1. Michael meets Mozart – The Piano Guys. Highly original and musically brilliant.
2. Now we are free (Gladiator theme song) – Hans Zimmer. Surely one of the most beautiful pieces of music out there.
3. Passionflower – Jon Gomm. One of the most creative songs I’ve ever heard.
4. All of me – Jon Schmidt. I’m currently learning this song and I can tell you it is just as awesome (and difficult) as it looks…
5. Skyrim – Peter Hollens. To me this is the most impressive of the hundreds of multitrack acapella songs that have recently found their way onto Youtube.
6. Pirates of the Caribbean – Jarrod Radnich. Scarily brilliant piano rendition of a great song.
7. Fanfare – Dante Bucci. Great song on one (rather two) of the most awesome instruments I have ever seen.
Hope you enjoy these songs as much as I do 🙂
Here follows 15 inspirational blogs in alphabetical order:
http://athriftyhippie.com/: Regular doses of thrifty sustainable living tips.
http://bhavnahinduja.com/: A blog about simple, sustainable and mindful living.
http://earthchildjordykm.wordpress.com/: Very handy information on sustainable living.
http://frugaltigers.wordpress.com/: An inspirational story of lifestyle change away from modern unthinking consumerism.
http://geo300summer.wordpress.com/: Very interesting blog about students carrying out sustainable living challenges and finding them to be hugely beneficial.
http://greenlivingplanet.wordpress.com/: Another site filled with eco-friendly information.
http://lackofenvironment.wordpress.com/: A consistent reminder of the dire threats posed by climate change and other environmental issues.
http://learningfromdogs.com/: A site about mankind’s seemingly unstoppable stampede towards environmental disaster and how learning from dogs can help us mend our ways.
http://lowcarbonlivingblog.wordpress.com/: Some very valuable practical low-carbon living experiences with solar panels, electric vehicles etc.
http://middleagedminimalist.com/: Inspirational blog about living a happy life well within one’s means.
http://minimalistlifestyle.wordpress.com/: A great blog on minimalist living I have just discovered.
http://ourtinyearth.com/: Another blog on sustainable living I have just discovered.
http://quintongreenfreak.wordpress.com/: Some very useful information on sustainable living practices in my home country, South Africa.
http://thenatureofbusiness.org/: Very interesting information on how business can thrive on a finite planet.
http://wealthymatters.com/: Great information and regular inspirational quotes on responsible wealth building.