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Camp NaNoWriMo: A Mid-Month Check In

I mentioned in a┬ápost earlier this month, that I was going to be doing Camp NaNoWriMo for the first time this April! And in light of that, and because I’ve surprised myself by somehow not giving up on this already, I thought I’d give you a halfway update on this little project. It’s been a… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo: A Mid-Month Check In

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How Do People Manage To Do It All?

Life Chats is a weekly thing that happens around here where I talk about things related to music therapy, small business ownership, book blogging, and life as a perpetually confused 20-something. I’ve been asking myself this question so often of late. Part of it’s related to the fact that I took on way too many… Continue reading How Do People Manage To Do It All?

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How I Do The Self-Care Thing

Life Chats is a weekly(ish) thing that happens around here where I talk about being a music therapist, small business owner, book blogger, and perpetually confused twenty-something. I’ve been debating doing a post about this for a while. Self-care is a huge discussion in music therapy and other counselling therapies, because if we’re not taking… Continue reading How I Do The Self-Care Thing

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17 (Mostly Necessary) Steps to Starting an Early Childhood Music Program

Life Chats is a weekly feature that happens here on Songs Wrote My Story, where I talk about things related to being a music therapist, owning a small business, book blogging, eating, sleeping, and whatever else comes up in my life as a perpetually confused twenty-something. I recently got a kids program off the ground… Continue reading 17 (Mostly Necessary) Steps to Starting an Early Childhood Music Program

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8 Things I’ve Learned From Working With Children

Life Chats (previously Small Business Sunday) is a weekly thing around here where I talk about random things related to being a music therapist, a small business owner, book blogger, and perpetually confused 20-something. As a music therapist, I work a lot with a wide variety of ages and abilities. But I kind of fell… Continue reading 8 Things I’ve Learned From Working With Children