Happy Sunday, friends! Hope your week is off to a bangin’ start. For some reason, you guys couldn’t comment on the past two posts. Sorry about that! We should be in business now, so feel free to say hi below.
Part of my morning Soul Space includes a rockin’ dance party with myself. It looks like this:
Following up my movement and meditation with a short dance party is perfect for me because it speaks to both sides of me. I can be super peaceful, calm, meditative, and serious but I can also be a total goofball and really playful! Having this balance is key for me. I have a tendency to get intense about my work and sometimes take it too seriously. Having this solo daily dance party with myself reminds me to let go and have fun every day – no matter what. This is key to keeping my creative outlet and intuition in the clear! We can’t tap into our creativity if we’re taking things too seriously! Holla.
I call my collection of dance party songs my Goddess Playlist. It’s full of songs from my favorite female musicians that speak to my heart and make me want to break out and dance. There’s soul. There’s sass. There’s a bit of everything. But no matter what, there’s always Stevie Nicks.
I really should have been born in the 70′s.
When I Instagrammed the above picture yesterday, I got a few requests to see my Goddess Playlist. So, I’m here to share!
As you can see, it’s a rainbow-of-genres playlist. I appreciate and love all types of music. Old school, new school, 90′s, indie, ambient, house. Everything. Why pigeon-hole yourself into a box of music, you know? The only thing that’s missing here is “California” and “Help Me” by Joni Mitchell.
See? I really do belong in the 70′s.
Speaking of goddesses, I ran into two yesterday during a mid-day date at Wildflour with an old friend.
Ashley and Kim popped into Wildflour to pick up some goodies while I was hanging out with a friend. It was so nice to see them, since the last time we’d been together was at Garden Grille for the #plantPOWER meet-up.
So, what’s on your goddess playlist? If you don’t have one, what top three songs would be on your Goddess Playlist? Share!