THROW BACK TO THAT TIME I PLAYED GUITAR. DAD- I WILL GET BACK AT IT SOON :S
Although you might have expected me to talk about the holidays and “surviving” the parties, cookie swaps
Enjoy time with loved ones, indulge in what you truly enjoy (this means not wasting your time with those
So what DO I want to talk about?
I want to talk about dance parties. My father is an amazing musician, guitar teacher and generally kick ass person. I grew up around
Today I continue to get down with my bad self (line from Johnny-T- my dad). My morning regiment starts with music. Whether I am making my morning juice/breakfast or getting ready for the day. Music is what gets me pumped up for my day. When I am in my zone I genuinely believe I sing like Adele with Beyoncé-
Although I typically refrain from dancing on public transport, I also love to listen to music during my daily commute to see clients. I have definitely taken a hard fall on ice once or twice from being in the zone and
So how does this tie into my typical healthily lifestyle blog? Listening to music is a form of mediation for me, it really sets the tone for my mood and generally makes me feel good. Music has the power to lift you up when you are sad, get you excited, calm you down or get a swell on by hitting the dance floor for a workout. (I don’t know about you but I have had some of the best times in my life on the dance floor) Music is
I have come to the realization that dancing and listening to music is amazing for your health. So thanks to my parents for teaching me to move and start my day off with music because it truly is a healthy habit that I am grateful for. In light of the festive
Enjoy your time with loved ones and get rid of your guilt associated with the holiday indulgences, make the best possible choices you can to be healthy and happy. And if that means having a glass of rum and eggnog, go for it.
Here is my current get pumped up playlist. (Yes I am aware there is no theme and it is all over the place but I like it that way.)
My current get pumped up playlist:
Adele – Send my love (to
Actors – Bravestation
Justin Beiber – Sorry
DJ Snake – Middle
Coldplay – Adventure of a lifetime
Duke Dumont – I Got U
Fetty Wap – Trap Queen
And basically Ella Fitzgerald’s entire Christmas album. Can’t go through the holidays without it.
Live, laugh, dance and be merry!
-Sylvie (OG Lifestyles)
This post is dedicated to my family and all my close friends who rip up the d-floor with me (you know who you are).
Ps. I would love to hear from you, how does music influence your life? What does your morning routine involve? What is on your playlist right now?