If you’ve followed me on social media lately (or you’ve read my most recent blog post), you’ll know that I just got engaged! And to celebrate, I of course made my own Spotify playlist (click to listen), with over 50 songs all about love, engagement, and marriage. Here they are!
Hi all! I feel like I haven’t been updating in a while (probably as a result of school starting back up again)—and I’ve missed you guys! I’m back today, though, with a quick life update, plus a round-up of my favorite products (and more) from the month of September!
The leaves are changing colors and the clothes are getting a lot cuter—it must be Autumn! If you’re looking to get in the mood for the season, you just want a relaxing study playlist to jam to, or you’re in the mood for acoustic songs, check out my playlist of songs for Fall!
Many of these are covers, but I love the unique sound of them!
1. Free Fallin’ (Live at the Nokia Theater) by John Mayer
2. Cool Kids / Rip Tide by Less Is More, The Queen & King
What is BSE?
Today, for the first time this year, it’s hitting a nice 70 degrees in my area, and to celebrate, I’ve decided to launch my BEST SUMMER EVER series. This will be a compilation of several summer-y posts, from beach packing reminders to bucket list recommendations. I plan to work on these throughout the summer, but I’m excited to kick-start in the springtime – I can’t wait for June! All of the BSE posts can be found here.
For my first BSE post, I’m sharing my Spotify playlist of songs that get me in the mood for the heat! I’m constantly jamming out to these songs when I need a refresh of what it feels like to enjoy shorts and tank tops out in the sand and the sunshine. (Warning: if you catch me daydreaming, don’t interrupt!)
Throughout high school, I debated about my future college major. I was pretty sure I wanted to do music, but at first, I was dead set on getting a degree in music industry or music business. I then transitioned to hoping for a degree in music production, but, realizing I didn’t have a lot of experience in mixing tracks, I decided to play it safe with a degree in music education. I interned with local music teachers throughout my senior year and really enjoyed my time – teaching band was definitely something I could see myself doing.
Are you considering a degree in the arts?
Arts and humanities degrees have long been under scrutiny, dominating Forbes’ “Worst College Majors” lists for years on end, and consistently reporting lower salaries than STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) and business degrees. Despite this statistic, programs in music, literature, and even philosophy continue to thrive at colleges across the nation. Why, with so many critics, do students continue to choose to major in arts and humanities?