A Decade That Changed Everything Part Two

My second piece of advice is that don’t get bogged down in one area of music because there are so many amazing pieces of music out there for you to find. Limiting your genre only limits you, and life is too short to not have good music in your life. I listen to music when I am writing, sitting in a coffee shop working on homework, or lying in bed, getting ready for sleep. All you need in this life is iTunes and a good set of headphones.

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Music That Changes My Mood – 2019 Edition

One of the things I loved about blogging is the ability to share my experiences and love for many different things with my followers. One of those things is my … Continue reading Music That Changes My Mood – 2019 Edition

Music to Heal Yourself

Become a Patron! One of my patrons wanted me to share what music me to share with my blog. It comes as one of the perks of one of my … Continue reading Music to Heal Yourself

Music That Changes my Mood – PT. 21

It has been a while since I did one of these things. Music is a major part of my daily routine of dealing with my many issues with my mental … Continue reading Music That Changes my Mood – PT. 21

Music That Changes My Mood – Part 20

When you need someone is a common theme in this mental illness life. For today’s version of music that changes my mood, I decided to list songs that help me … Continue reading Music That Changes My Mood – Part 20

Music That Changes my Mood Pt. 18

This week I am featuring somewhat of a repeat of a post I have done before on The Bipolar Writer– my obsession with Korean Pop group Girls Generation (I listen to a lot of K-pop, but they are my favorite.) I have been obsessed for years with Korean and Japanese culture, and music really is what gets me through so much in this mental illness life. So here are some of my favorite songs, straight from my K-pop playlist on iTunes music.