It’s the Friday 5! Remember that you can check out past 5’s at Music Therapy Source. Last week’s special edition about vocal health was particularly popular. Also, please forward this to your music therapy friends and tell them to sign up so they never miss out!
I mentioned this app a couple weeks ago, but I didn’t really highlight how MUCH I use it. Evernote is an incredibly useful tool. I use it for archiving things like photographs, important documents, and correspondences I want to revisit. I also use it for writing these posts. To-do lists are really easy. The best part is that it will synchronize across devices. So while I’m writing this on my phone right now, I’ll open my computer in 20 minutes and finish there. I’m also using it to collect ideas and notes for my next book, but more on that later 😉
What I’m Reading
The Consolations of Philosophy by Alain de Botton. Life is hard. These philosophical excerpts and explanations help a bit.
Virtual Job Shadow
A couple years ago, Hannah and I put together the Virtual Music Therapy Job Shadow, a collection of videos on Music Therapy Source where we could send people who are interested in music therapy. If you’re like me, you get a lot of requests for shadows and can’t always accommodate. Hopefully this will help! Also, if you have some amazing videos that should be included, send me a link!
What I’m Listening To
Question for YOU
What is a music therapy tool that you just couldn’t live without? What helps you get the job done?
Have a great weekend!
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