Guess what? Camp NaNoWriMo is in April, and if you’re like me, the spring is a much more creative time because of the simple reason that it’s lighter out. Anyhow, here are five playlists to get you started.
Once again, work has been crazy for me, and the only way I can get through it is by listening to music. Below, the five playlists from 8tracks.com I can’t stop listening to:
Now that I’m settled (mostly) after my move, I’ve gotten back into writing again. I’m one of those people who has a few projects going on at once, so of course I have quite a few collections of playlists on 8tracks.com. Below is a list of some of my favorite playlists right now. These have […]
Hello, Persephoneers! This week, I’m a little under the weather with a horrible upper respiratory infection, but I do have some good playlists from 8tracks.com that got me through.
It’s going to be a very long week, since I’m very busy both at home and at work. Luckily, I have some playlists at 8tracks.com all set to go. I’ve been listening to these both while working and writing, so I’ll share then with you in case you need the musical motivation.
Since we’re so close to NaNoWriMo, I’d like to share some of the writing playlists I use from 8tracks.com. The cool thing about 8tracks.com is that you can create a collection of certain playlists you like, and they can be streamed consecutively, giving you hours worth of music to write by during NaNo.
Happy Monday, Persephoneers! We all know that Mondays are tough, with the return to the daily grind of the work week and all, but here are five playlists from 8tracks.com that are bound to get you through it and up your productivity level.
As I’ve mentioned before, I’ve really gotten into 8tracks.com, a website on which members can mix playlists for pretty much whatever they want. Here’s what I’ve been listening to the most this past week at home and at work.