Alex Pall Goes From Part-Time DJ To Global Superstar

At almost every award show inworld The Chainsmokers are either performing or nominated for a prize for their impressive list of hits in the electronic music genre. What sets the duo apart from many of their contemporaries is the fact these two DJ’s are known for their appearance and impressive style as they are for their music in a sector of the music industry usually reserved for those who are rarely seen by their fans.

Since the late 1980s and early 1990s the superstar DJ has been employed and adored by their fans but rarely steps out from behind the DJ booth leaving the guest performers on recordings to complete the majority of the publicity for any release. When Andrew Taggart made his way from Maine to New York to join Alex Pall as one of The Chainsmokers, the DJ duo made the decision to step out and become performers in their own right.

Alex Pall began his career as The Chainsmokers prior to the arrival of Andrew Taggart in New York and was already well-known in New York as a DJ who had an impressive sense of style and marketing before the current incarnation of The Chainsmokers was established. The creative partnership between Pall and Taggart was so impressive that it inspired Pall to quit his day job and work full-time on music and developing the marketing aspects of the band; Pall himself credits Taggart with being a musical genius who allows his DJ partner to create the distinctive style of the brand for marketing purposes.

Perhaps the most impressive aspect of the growth of The Chainsmokers has been the willingness of both Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart to explore the chances on offer for them to extend their musical abilities beyond those usually expected of DJ’s. Not only have the duo entered the writer’s room and played a role in the development of the majority of their most famous songs but they have also been willing to provide vocals for their recordings which have only added to their position as one of the most creative and important acts of the 21st-century.

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Wengie The Beauty Blogger Draws Her Life

Wengie was born on January 9th, 1986. She was hard to feed and her parents were worried about her health. She would suck on a spoonful of rice for hours. She moved to Australia to join her parents. She got a scholarship to go to school for accounting. After that she got a job at an accounting firm, but was not happy. She resigned and worked as a social media consultant and started a blog and Youtube channel about fashion and beauty. She met the man of her dreams, and they got engaged. He inspired her to do her Youtube channel and blog as a career full-time.

 

Wengie The Beauty Blogger Draws Her Life

Wengie was born on January 9th, 1986. She was hard to feed and her parents were worried about her health. She would suck on a spoonful of rice for hours. She moved to Australia to join her parents. She got a scholarship to go to school for accounting. After that she got a job at an accounting firm, but was not happy. She resigned and worked as a social media consultant and started a blog and Youtube channel about fashion and beauty. She met the man of her dreams, and they got engaged. He inspired her to do her Youtube channel and blog as a career full-time.

 

Trouble Sleeping? Wengie Has You Covered!

Trouble sleeping? Wengie has you covered with 20 ways to help you fall asleep faster. In her Youtube video “How to Fall Asleep FAST! 20 Life Hacks for Sleep Everyone Should Know!!” Wengie goes through some of the most popular tricks to get you to dreamland fast. She starts off discussing the benefits of white noise, then goes on to mention the importance of temperature and other environmental factors such as making the room as dark as possible. Wengie also suggests consuming honey, milk or oatmeal before bed to help get those sleepy time nutrients. Breathing techniques such as the 4-7-8 method and meditation also can help the body to relax before bed. Another important thing she mentions is how helpful it is to be on a set sleep/wake schedule, even suggesting that not only should you have an alarm to wake you up, but also have one set to get you to bed the same time every night.

 

Another interesting sleep hack that she mentioned was getting the Twilight App for your phone. While it is best to limit use of phones and technology right before bed this app will make it a little easier to fall asleep if you do use it. What it does is it takes the blue light out of your phone which has shown to make it harder for people to fall asleep. Wengie also mentions to try to keep the bed solely for sleeping. To hear all of her wonderful tips check out her Youtube video for yourself.