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New Tunes for Fall 2016

Playlist: New Tunes for Fall 2016

I’ve been feeling a little out of touch with new music this year, so I’ve focused on what’s been piquing my interest from the radio (thank you WFUV!). Some of my favorite artists have new albums out (Shovels & Rope, Bon Iver, Dawes) and there are some new names on my radar (Teenage Fanclub, Before You Exit).

Listen in and let me know what you like the best. Also, I’d love to know what new tunes are you listening to this fall? What would you add to this list?

Playlist: Anniversary Celebration

Earlier this month, my husband and I hosted an anniversary celebration in Kentucky (where I grew up, but not where we were married). Of course, there was a playlist! It’s a HUGE mish-mash of oldies (Sweet Caroline), classic rock (Rolling Stones, AC/DC) and predictables (American Pie).

I’m still trying to decide if it was more fun making this – or dancing to it!?!?!!? Regardless, the big lesson learned is that we all need to dress up and dance more often . . . Enjoy!

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Playlist: MidYear 2016 New Tunes

Playlist: MidYear New Tunes 2016

I was so psyched to get back to making playlists this month, as there have been some great new releases this year that I wanted to share. Check out MidYear 2016 New Tunes on Spotify.

I must give credit to the following lists, articles and playlists that aided in my inspiration:

What new tunes are you grooving to, this summer? Please share in the comments below!

What’s your one word for 2016?

Instead of having a list of New Years’ resolutions this year, I decided to go for the “one word” approach. The premise is that with some serious discernment and reflection (and definitely a bit of guidance from powers higher than you), you will come up with one word that will guide you throughout the year in all of your endeavors. Slightly to my surprise, my word for 2016 is GROW! As I do with most of the important occasions in my life, I had to make a playlist about it. So enjoy these “Time to GROW” tunes.

Are you familiar with the “one word” philosophy? What’s your word for 2016? What would be on your “one word” playlist? Please share in the comments. ​​