Broadway Solos to Belt Out Alone in Your Cube at Work

So, today sucks, right? JK Rowling defended the casting of Johnny Depp, another school shooting, and Franken’s whelming resignation speech. It’s time to put in your earbuds and zone out.

Every day I sit in my little cube and have epic singalongs in my head <— this is what you’re forced to do after a few awkward run-ins with floor mates and custodial staff who catch you rocking out in your cube. And if you have an office with a door, you better be doing this already. Complete with grandiose arm movements and faces of exertion.

My band of choice is typically One Direction, because…come on. But, as of late, it’s been broadway hits. Enjoy this playlist of full-band and quiet, acoustic broadway solos that I love to perform in my head.

What I’m Loving Wednesday: 11/29/17

Happy Wednesday! Whooooaaaa we’re halfway there. I hope all of your weeks are going well so far. Two more days, peeps. We can do it.


What I’m Listening to…

If you’re not sold by the amazing playlist name, STEVE’S MORNING HAIR GROOVES, you’ll be convinced by the eclectic mix of hits from the 80s. I’ve been listening this as a pump up playlist every morning this week and it’s legit. And it’s all in homage to my favorite STRANGER THINGS’ character, Steve.

 


What I’m Watching…

This week was the annual Arrowverse crossover event between SUPERGIRL, THE FLASH, ARROW, and LEGENDS OF TOMORROW. I’m a religious watcher of Supergirl and The Flash, but I know enough about Legends and Arrow to understand what’s going on.  I still have to watch Part 4 (I bailed for This Is Us) but the first three parts were awesome. I’ll say it again: DO NOT WRITE OFF THE CW. I still think they have awesome programming. I’m excited for BLACK LIGHTNING to be added into the mix.

PS, everyone run to go see WONDER in theatres. But bring tissues and prepare to be emotionally destroyed.


What I’m Reading…

I’m about a quarter into THUNDERHEAD, the sequel to SCYTHE by Neal Shusterman and I’m SO happy to be back in this post-natural death world, where highly respected citizens known as Scythes are responsible for keeping the human population level manageable by “gleaning” aka executing people who fit certain categories. It’s a little morbid, pretty dark, and full of conspiracy and creepy surveillance (the Thunderhead). I’m breezing through this and loving it. Add this series to your TBR!


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