It’s been a hot second, I know.
So much for posting TunesDay playlists every other week. Apologies for the radio silence, everyone!
But I have a really good, excuse…I promise.
I MOVED ACROSS THE COUNTRY!
See? That’s a good excuse to put all your life things on hold.
While I attempt to metaphorically duct tape pieces of my life together, I thought I should get back into posting music playlists to trick myself into thinking I have some semblance of a routine again.
So, here it is. TunesDay is back…for now…until I become so overwhelmed with graduate school courses that I seep into a deep and dark, withering despair.
Til then, happy listening!
Another TunesDay is here. It feels like I blinked and a whole week already passed.
My podcast launch was successful, though I’m constantly reminded my friends are always 1.35 hours late to anything I ever plan. Next time I need to start things later than I anticipate!
Anyway, thanks to everyone who listened to & supported Seats At The Table so far.
Sessions will be posted bi-weekly, so nothing new will but up tomorrow, but next Wednesday, expect to hear an awesome new podcast!
For today’s TunesDay, I’m mentally preparing myself to see The 1975 with my dear pal, Zareen… granted the concert is still a couple of weeks away, but I always like being prepared. So, I put together a mellow, soft rock/pop playlist with some of their songs to help me recharge while I drive around in my car.
Hope you have a lovely week, friends!
This week’s set is a medley of folksy, pop, mixed-up goodness.
I forgot how calming folk and acoustic music can be. It has been a little while since I actually listened to this kind of music, but it’s been nice to revisit a genre of music that I sort of neglected in the past year.
I find it so interesting to see what types of music we like over the course of our lives. It’s pretty much a representation of what’s going on in our lives and reflects our outlook. I’m going to do my best to revisit all the music I’ve loved over the last several years.
Sending you relaxing and introspective vibes,
It’s time to dance, y’all.
This week, make like Hillary and shimmy your way into some good vibes with this playlist of rockin’ poppin’ feel-good tunes.
You don’t have to actually shimmy, but try it out once in your car–I bet you won’t be able to stop. Just make sure you don’t move your steering wheel and veer directions.
Drive & dance safely, friends.
Cutiepants background dancing legs come from Design Love Fest.
I love singing in a British accent. It just puts me in a really, really great mood.
Trust me. Try it. Right now, just try it.
Every song lyric seems punchier and full of life, doesn’t it?
Even when I’m listening to songs by non-British bands or artists, I’ll still organically move into a British accent–I think my singing gets slightly better for some reason.
In that spirit, this week’s TunesDay playlist is comprised of my favourite (eh, eh, eh?!) tunes by British bands.
Have any recommendations? Send ’em my way!
Funky patterned background image comes from Chroma Studio, courtesy of Design Love Fest.
It’s TunesDay, and I am getting back to my indie rock roots.
Today has been a pretty great day so far–free coffee at my side and my copywriting open up on another tab…
Thought I should take a short break to wish you all a productive and loving week!
Fantastic background image provided by Design Love Fest.
Sorry for the Tunesday delay.
Normally I like uploading my posts in the morning so we all can have fun jams for the day, but life has other plans, we don’t schedule things correctly, and we have to shuffle things around.
I spent some nice time with friends, got breakfast, and was surprised with a parking ticket. But I shouldn’t let that get me down!
Here are some fun tunes to get you through your semi-midweek slump. It’s only 2PM and already so much to do!
I’m auditing an upper-division anthropology of development course for the next couple of months. While I’m excited to get back into the classroom, I’m nervous about being held to higher expectations since I’m not technically a student, but still have to do the same things as my peers. Today is my first day back in the saddle, so to speak, so wish me luck!
What are your plans for the week? Embarking on any new adventures? Let me know in the comments below!