Summer Playlist, Part 1: July 2020

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I took a month-and-a-half long hiatus from this blog series. But I’m back now!

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Spring Playlist, Part 3: May 2020

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In the mood for something slower? Then this is the playlist for you!

Most of the songs in this playlist are either slow or super slow. And I think that’s a good thing. A slower pace in general is good for feeling your feelings and hearing yourself think.

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Spring Playlist, Part 2: April 2020

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If this quarantine business has you feeling stir-crazy, I have just the playlist for you.

Because I’m also stir-crazy and in need of some (inconsequential) drama.

This playlist seems to help with that. There are lots of fun diva, dramatic songs on this list. There are also some up-tempo, motivational songs (for your short power walks at the park) and slower paced songs (for when you don’t feel like getting out of bed). You’ll also notice that there are a lot of familiar songs from previous playlists here too — they’re here because they’re musical comfort food and they keep me happy. Hopefully, they’ll cheer you up too.

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Spring Playlist, Part 1: March 2020

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It’s finally spring…but it doesn’t feel like it yet. We’re still slogging through foggy, rainy cold weather around here, but the season of clearer skies and colorful flowers is (hopefully) still up ahead. This month’s playlist kind of reflects that vibe: There are slower, hazy songs to go great with lazy rainy days and I’ve included some more up-tempo and dramatic songs for when you’re ready to throw off the covers and get out there and enjoy your day.

Need a little more motivation to get through the day? Then go check out the playlist for March!

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