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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Sing a Song

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Everyone should have a song, a song that immediately makes them smile and brings back pleasant memories. Look back through your own memory banks and pick out a song that has a great memory attached to it and get a copy of the song for your computer, CD player or Phone or any and all of the gadgets you may have. Anytime you feel down or stressed out just take five minutes out of your busy schedule and take a few deep breaths and let them out slowly while playing "your song" and feel some of the stress float away from your body. You can do the same thing for a little extra energy during a hectic day at work, find that song that makes you feel like you could go 10 rounds with Rocky Balboa. Go someplace, like your car, so you can play it as loud as you want and sing along without someone calling 911 and feel the energy build in you. Do you have songs that you use for stress or energy or do you have a different method that we'd like to hear about, just leave a comment for us below.


Debra She Who Seeks said...

My favourite "feel good" song is that old 1960s bubblegum pop hit "Sunshine, Lollipops" by Leslie Gore. Yes, it's silly fluff but it's bubbly and happy and it was a big hit when I was a little girl, so it's got that whole childhood nostalgia thing going on for it too!

Rue said...

I love a good rah-rah song. Any "I am woman, hear me roar" kind of song. "Supergirl" by Suzie MacNeil comes to mind at the moment.

I love a good song blaring as I drive - gives me a lift!