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The other day I put up a post, 4 Tools Under $20 a Month.  The comments were full of great tools that people feel make their workday more efficient / tolerable.  One such tool people invest in, which it never occurred to me to consider an asset or worthy investment, is music.

Music can have a myriad of effects: relax, inspire, joy, motivate, the possibilities are endless. Chances are great you play music to match your mood or to guide you in a different direction. Hence, the popularity of streaming music with Pandora, Spotify or Amazon Prime.

I connected with Stephanie Hudson of EnjoySweetTea.com and Michael Murphy aka MichealTheTechGuy.com and asked them both to create a playlist for you to enjoy.

From Stephanie: I have been on a kick of sort of “dreamy” electronica while working. I don’t get distracted by sing-along lyrics, and the tempo keeps my head bobbing and my energy up without being over the top. I just pick an artist or two I dig and let Pandora handle the playlist making, but here are some song’s I’ve enjoyed last week.

 

Michael’s theme was a Friday playlist.  I love this, as many of us work for ourselves, which mean, we never stop working, or is there any real difference between a Tuesday morning or Friday afternoon?  With this list you feel a Friday vibe.  Take a moment to celebrate the accomplishments of the week and to let go of the tough moments we bump into, either with client interaction or technology aggravation.

I figured I would create my own list to share.  I actually love silence and rarely listen to music while I work because before I know it I can be dancing at my desk.  Sometimes I need a song to get me pumped up (Walk of Life) or through a rough bit (I Won’t Back Down).

How about you?  Music at your desk?  Celebrate with tunes at the end of the day or week, or have a favorite song to get the creative juices flowing?  Share in the comments please.

Photo by Felipe P. Lima Rizo on Unsplash

EIleen Lonergan
Eileen Lonergan was an integral part of this company. Unfortunately, Eileen Passed away on the 31st of October 2018 after a short battle with Cancer. She leaves behind the legacy of the Divi Theme Users Group and hundreds of people that she helped through coaching, building outstanding websites and just being - accessible. We miss her every day!
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