I admit it, I’ve been out of the loop of things lately. I’m not apologizing, I figured I’d just give you all an update on what’s been going on. I moved into a new house last week. I still don’t have internet (!!!). I’ve cracked by phone screen and forgot it at home for two days this week (lack of Instagram photos). And I’ve been working until 8:00pm every night on the client site for work. Ridiculous, huh?
WELL, you will all be excited to know that I’ve planned a vacation for this week. I’m hoping to use this time to sort things out, catch up on all of my blog reading, and to write some awesome posts.
I painted my new night stand a really fun color.
I finally figured out an awesome way to display my aprons!
Organizing your arts and crafts space. Or trying to at least.
How to plan a party if you don’t have the space to do it.
In the meantime, I wanted to share with you a little bit more about my myself via music. With the amount of time that I spend singing, it’s only natural that music says a lot about me.
Chrystina’s Top 5 Pandora Stations
#5) Show Me How You Burlesque
That’s right – from the Cher and Christina Aguilera movie. It’s all upbeat music with a burlesque, jazz, & hip hop.
#4) Chantal Kreviazuk
If you don’t know the name, it’s still possible you know her songs from a few chick flick movies. She does a lot of soundtrack songs. For example “Weight of the World” & “Feels Like Home” from How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. It’s the music I like to wake up to in the morning. I apologize now that I couldn’t find videos from the movie, just lyric videos.
#3) High School Musical
I absolutely loved High School Musical 1, 2, and 3. I admit it. I tried to learn the dance numbers. I cleared my schedule the nights the movies premiered. This station gives me HSM, some Disney Stars’ songs, and some country music. (Strange, huh?)
The winners of the Sing Off this past season who have won my heart. Their album came out 06-24-2012 and it is incredible. It’s unfortunately only 30 minutes, but I just keep hitting repeat. It’s all sorts of feel good a cappella music.
#1) Jamie Cullum + Sara Bareillis + Frank Sinatra
When in doubt, you can never, EVER go wrong with this station. I mean, really, look at that lineup. I’d be willing to send this station over to anybody who wants it.
Runners Up: Buddy Holly, The Holiday, Love Song, Dana Glover, Alan Menken, & The Manhattan Transfer
What’s on your Pandora/Spotify/Playlist?