Spring Playlist, Part 1: March 2019

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It’s time for the first Spring playlist of 2019! I know it took a little longer to get this one out but I think that the wait will be worth it.

I took some extra time to figure this playlist out because I was still trying to nail down the vibe for this month. I’ve had a lot going on personally and professionally and there just wasn’t as much time for reflection.

But after some time much needed time for myself, I figured out this month’s theme: Spring Cleaning/Renewal. This month’s playlist is all about taking the time to reflect on how awesome you are, how far you’ve come, and getting rid of the people and things in your life that don’t support your growth. This month’s is all about applying a key lesson from Mother Nature herself: You’ve got to clear out the old and crusty to make room for the bright and new. It’s the only way forward. But don’t forget to celebrate and care for yourself during this process: Just because it’s necessary, doesn’t mean it’s easy.

A few notes about the selected songs for March:

                Mood: Marie Kondo That Friends List, Body-Mind-Spirit Renewal, Spring Cleaning The House Down, You Can’t Go Where I’m Going, The Glow-Up, Coronation Music, Clear Out The Clutter, Bring It To The Runway, Darling; Queens Only

                Included Artists: Lizzo, Britney Spears, Angel Haze, RuPaul, Big Freedia, Kelly Clarkson, Janelle Monáe, Ariana Grande, Beyoncé, Elle King, Jackie Wilson, Victoria Monét, Hole, Dolly Parton

                Genres: R&B, Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap, Hip-hop, Country, Soul

As always, I’ve made the playlist public, so go ahead and follow it, if you’d like.

Here’s the playlist for March. Enjoy!

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