Finding Your Creative Outlet – My Music

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  1. Olivia says:

    Megan, I loved this! Finding an outlet is so important!! I’ve heard you talk about your love for music, but never heard you sing. Those tracks were so good! ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ

  2. I agree 100% for me my outlet is to sit and edit photographs or craft. I find that finishing a project is what gives me the satisfaction that I crave, the doing of the project is ok, but once I finish I feel amazing…. if that even makes sense!

    • admin says:

      Rachel! I agree, Writing a song is magical, but when I finish it and it all comes together and I get to really share it with others, I feel so much better. I totally get it

  3. Mine is definitely blogging — I have a DIY blog so anything that I can get crafty with and share with the world is an outlet for me! Considering I work in insurance claims, it’s quite a bit more creative than my day-to-day job ๐Ÿ˜‰

    -Clarissa @ The View From Here

    • admin says:

      Clarissa – I work as a phlebotomist all day, so not much creativity there… unless you miss the vein… then you have to think of a creative reason to explain to the person why their arm will bruise… hahaha just kidding.
      I am glad that you have something that is freeing for you. keep it up!!

  4. You have a very lovely voice.

    I so so so envy you. I wish I could sing like you. Actually, I just wish I COULD sing.

  5. Torie Sue Jacobson says:

    Wow!! Girl!! You are full of talent!! Never stop singing!! So very proud of you!! ๐Ÿ’•

  6. Mine is definitely writing on my blog as well as running – I plan to do both today! Thanks for such a lovely reminder.

  7. Sheldon Sumpter says:

    Charles is so blessed! Beautiful voice Megan. Thanks for posting.

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