Saturday, November 24, 2007

My Thanksgiving Healing Music Special for you

It's now Saturday of the Thanksgiving Weekend and I'm watching the final college football games, eating the last of the pumpkin pie and enjoying the bounty of friends and family that have been around me, by telephone or in person, this cold, crisp Thanksgiving week. I've enjoyed singing and listening to the music that means Thanksgiving to me and I've enjoyed putting the finishing touches on some of my new healing music products for you.
Typically, when I introduce new products, I offer them at a great price because I really want people to enjoy them and benefit from them. I am very excited this time because I have my first professionally done DVD which is a talk I did on the Healing Power of Music at Clemson University in September of 2007. I have two new ebooks and a CD/download of "Babyboomers and Music: Together Forever!" It you're interested in getting these new products at a introductory price that probably won't last more than a week, click HERE right now!
Music binds us to our families in a way that only food and love can otherwise accomplish. Click HERE right now for all the information about music and healing that you'll get when you order these four brand-new products. Don't miss it!

Monday, November 05, 2007

Music and Holiday Stress: How do you cope?

The holidays are coming, the holidays are coming!!! Do you have a plan? Do you have a musical plan? People feel very differently about holiday music. It seems to me that most people love it but I have had numerous clients and friends who absolutely don't like it and don't want to hear the first note of it.

People have all kinds of memories tied in with holiday music and for many, many people, holidays were times when certain family members got drunk (or high) and totally ruined the holidays for everyone.

For me, holiday music and Christmas music is totally connected to warm, cozy, loving, exciting memories. I feel the anticipation that I felt as a child when holiday music starts playing! Because I never feel like I'm ready to give it up in early January, I decided this year to start playing it in early November. And not because it puts me in a shopping mood because it really doesn't. No, I'm listening to it because it does help me cope with the stress of company, money management issues, and traveling to far-away places.

Do you have a stress management plan? Is music a part of it?