Friday, November 30, 2018
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PLAYLIST / rosie's infinite playlist  — curating a eclectic playlist that will last forever!
Is it difficult for anyone else to fathom that we just have ONE MONTH left of 2018??? These months have been passing me by in a blur. But as I’m a month or so deep into my blog, there’s another part of me I wanted to share with you.

My blog is filled with things from my personal life, because a blog is just that: a combination of bits and pieces from its author, all conjoining to give you a taste of what that person is really about. From my different kinds of posts, and from my rant about having constant design fatigue, you can probably gather that I love anything bookish, I have a slight obsession with Harry Potter, and that I can’t stand for my blog to not look “put together”… You might also notice that I’m a mom, a teacher, and that I love taking pictures.

Here’s something else about me: I love music!

I have a Spotify account that I use daily. I can’t get through a single day without music (whether it be kids’ songs at work — because that’s what happens when you work with kids — or just a song I have stuck in my head). And, well, let me show you all the songs I got stuck in my head this month!

Do you remember Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist? Well this is mine, which I shall keep going for as long as I can! Each month, I’ll highlight the new-to-me songs that I just can’t seem to get out of my head. The number of songs will vary, and my musical taste is very eclectic (ye be warned!), so there’s always a chance that there’s something on here that will strike a chord within you.

This month, six songs made it onto the playlist! You can find the entire playlist here.


November 2018 Songs

1.
“Don’t Kill My Vibe” – Sigrid
2.
“Connection” – OneRepublic
3.
“Speak In Tongues” – machineheart
4.
“Black Magic Woman” – VCTRY
5.
“GET UP” – Shinedown
6.
“Rescue Me” – 30 Seconds to Mars

Last month’s favorites: Probably “Speak in Tongues” or “Rescue Me” … kind of a hard choice!

Do you love discovering new music? What new songs have you listened to this month?
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