#303 of 365 Ways to live Easier, Happier, & More Productive

It’s as easy as a callout to Alexa or Google (maybe the best feature of those devices) to play a song or an album from a favorite occasion or era. Spotify, Pandora, Sirius or XM… they all offer us the ability access tunes anytime; anywhere.

Sharing a daily life lesson, tip, or hack; the things that make life easier, happier, and more productive. I hope you’ll follow along and find them helpful too.

#303

Play music

In the car, in the kitchen, in the bathroom, outdoors, at work, any genre, any volume, etc., get your groove on and play some music. I know that the younger you are, the more likely it is that you are playing music most of the time so this post is ultimately for the those of you who have fallen out of the habit of listening to music randomly throughout the day.

Our options are almost unlimited these days with music available on our cable stations, our phones, and the internet. It’s as easy as a callout to Alexa or Google (maybe the best feature of those devices) to play a song or an album from a favorite occasion or era. Spotify, Pandora, Sirius or XM… they all offer us the ability access tunes anytime; anywhere.

Music lowers blood pressure, reduces stress, improves immune function, and increases concentration in various forms. We are innately wired to respond emotionally to music. Happy people report listening to music more often than people rating themselves as unhappy. Music inspires us and may help us to recall happy memories.

If you’ve gotten out of the habit of listening to music throughout EACH day… make that change immediately and find a channel or a genre that moves your spirit in a positive way. Oldies, Rock & Roll, The Blues, or Country… let the melodies move through your space and into your core; experiencing the vibration as deeply as possible.

Happy and upbeat music is literally responsible for increasing well-being so open the drapes, blast Jimmy Buffett, and begin your day by …

Playing Music.

I love hearing your thoughts and ideas. Please share in the comments below.

Author: ThisIsLeslyn

I am a mental health counselor, a very proud mom of four great people whom I love to pieces and a grateful partner to a perfectly imperfect man who challenged me to be a better me. And, while I haven't always liked the things that life has dished out to me, I am eternally blessed by all its lessons. Sit with me as I learn and share at ThisIsLeslyn.com

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