Last night, I read an interesting blog post by Lidiya, whose blog I read on occasion. How can writing for 10 minutes each morning change your life? Well, although it has not been a part of my morning routine as is, this may become something that I try to adjust with my morning routine.
In three of my previous posts, all as journal-based posts, I have mentioned the Forbidden Actions. These were Aventura, Should have posted this yesterday, and Acrostic posting. Despite the “He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named” idea of this moniker, it is not as threatening or taboo as you might think…
There is an aural part to this post, and I will this time have both my voice and the written words to illustrate and promote the post forward. I had intended to write this post a few days ago, but had a few other salient ideas for posts which came up first.
In dance, the set of choreography is sometimes referred to as a “routine.” Therefore, the story behind the seventh song of the day was well-timed, for a few reasons! The password to consider here is FLEXIBILITY. You’ll see it in this post, with flexibility in how I use the word “dance.”
A reminder from yesterday: the name of the song will be the suggestion for the post. It need not be about the song itself, and in this case, it will not be, other than the title.
On most weekday mornings, I listen to B107.3 in Lincoln between when I wake up at 07:00 and the end of their game show “Who’s Singing In The Shower.” Therefore, the seventh song that popped up was Colbie Caillat’s Brighter Than The Sun, with the YouTube link below.