Music For Working . . .

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On my first Tuesday post, I’m going to put up five songs that I work to during my 45 minute conference time at work.  The playlist is even labeled “work time.”  (I’m SO creative.)  😉

I have found that work doesn’t feel like work if I’m bobbing around in my Mom jeans to these great tunes.  As I’m ripping my classroom apart for the end of the school year, I like to turn these up on my Promethean board and jam as I reorganize and purge for the summer.  Enjoy!

1.  Lenny Kravitz:  Are You Gonna Go My Way

I’ve always enjoyed this song!  Dad was so critical of Cindy Blackman on the drums, but as a professional drummer, I’ll allow him to be picky.  Personally, I think she did a great job adding a jazzy twist to this tune.  P.S.  I think Lenny looks a lot better as Cinna in the Hunger Games.

2.  Britney Spears:  Womanizer

Has she lived down her bad choices yet?  Whatever the case, this song is just catchy enough to get me moving.  Catchy songs always get the job done, in my humble opinion.   🙂

3.  Usher:  Caught Up

Usher.  *shiver*  I just LOVE this song!  How can you not at least tap your toe to this?

4.  Beyonce:  Crazy In Love

The queen of all that makes me smile in the music world.  I have a special tie to this video.  I remember holding my first itty bity baby watching Making the Video and feeling a mother’s pride for my own child and for Miss Beyonce going out on her own.  This song still gets me rockin’.

5.  Robert Randolph and the Family Band:  Ain’t Nothing Wrong With That

This is such a fun way to end!  Sometimes I even get the students involved dancing around as we clean up for the day.  “It don’t matter” – It just sets you up to end in a good mood!

Cheers!

-Buffie

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About masseytribe

I'm a wife and mother of daughters that also happens to teach elementary school. I truly enjoy organization, but I'm learning to love DIY projects! I hope to see 2012 as the year that I make my house what I've always dreamed it could be.

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