The Music in my Story

2017 has been a time of new experiences for me, mainly because I started the beginning of this year on an extremely high note. I felt in perfect harmony with traveling the world for those first 4 months. When I came home from Europe, I was wishing for an encore of my study abroad experience… but instead my life turned into a decrescendo compared to the excitement of seeing new places, eating new foods and meeting new friends.

I have come up with a list of songs that I feel really described my days of adventure and travel. Most of you relate song lyrics to events in your life, so I hope these song lyrics, that have inspired me, can inspire you, if you listen to them too.

  1. Dare You to Move, Switchfoot
  2. Unwritten, Natasha Bedingfield
  3. Somewhere With You, the Tyler Ward version
  4. Drops of Jupiter, Train— This song is really important. I did find a piece of myself that I didn’t know was there while I was out in the world. So when I listen to this song, it reminds me of myself a little bit.
  5. What a Wonderful World, Louis Armstrong

All of these songs deal with new beginnings, breaking boundaries and/or travel in some way. And of course, #5: appreciation for our world and the people in it. I feel that all these songs are great for anyone that is entering a new stage in life, or for anyone traveling but still thinking of home.

I really enjoy discovering new kinds of music, just listening to music and even talking about music. I am looking for new travel music, so I would love to hear what you are listening to and if your songs inspire you to take adventures. If so, please comment below! I love to hear from you all! (Just please don’t say Life is a Highway).

Just composing a collection of songs for a medley of adventures in Sienna Sky style. Until next time friends!


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