Music is a journey

I’m a firm believer that music transcends emotion and consciousness in a way that nothing else can.  In my 4o years on this planet, I’ve never actually come across anyone that didn’t like music in some form.  Now, I’ll admit that some forms of music are, to put it lightly, something to be desired.  This post isn’t about that, I’m not knocking anyone’s music interests, rather, this is going to be about an artist that

» Read more

Music assistance for my brain

If you’ve been following me for a while and reading the Three Things Thursday posts (thanks to Emily at Full-Grown Nerd for that), you’ll have noticed the full album recommendations at the bottom. Whether you actually listen to them or not is not important, it’s the reason I’m doing in the first place that is important. In my acceptance with introversion, I’ve discovered that music is not nearly as much of a distraction as I had

» Read more

Three Things Thursday – 10/13/2016

Inspired by Nerd in the Brain Bring the happy! Wawa In the northeast, these stores are everywhere.  They are like 7-Eleven, Turkey Hill, Stop N’ Shop, etc.  A convenience store with drinks, coffee, food, and odds and ends type items in a pinch when a grocery store visit is too hard to stomach.  Their coffee is cheap but good, the food is decent, and the people are always helpful and nice.  If I didn’t have

» Read more

Everyone needs music

  I’ve been a music fan ever since I can remember. Music has been the one thing in my life that I could always rely on to be there no matter how I was feeling or what I was doing. I can recall vividly listening to music with my Dad in the living room to Stevie Nicks, Donovan, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Who, The Beatles, etc. Listening to that period of music always takes me

» Read more