Hey blog 🙂

It’s been awhile. My last post on here was in February about Longwood Garden’s Orchid Extravaganza, and our world has changed greatly since then. I want to try a different post today, a lifestyle post. I know I have a page on here called Travel & Lifestyle, but this lifestyle post doesn’t have a travel twist. Stay tuned though- I’m going to be writing travel & lifestyle posts in the next few weeks!

I made an instrumental playlist for those of us who are fortunate enough to be working from home. To be honest, I can’t concentrate on assignments when I listen to songs with lyrics. Instrumental songs make me focus more, and they’re almost a moment of zen. They set a calm mood as I get ready to tackle assignments.

I hope this playlist is helpful for you. Bonus points if you light a candle or an essential oil diffuser while working! This playlist is meant to be relaxing, so I even find myself listening to it an hour before I go to bed or when I write my to-do list in the morning.

Without further ado, here it is. Take care of yourselves and be well. With love, Maya. ♥

  • ballerina- gnomusy
  • sunchaser- ryan farish
  • believe- ryan farish
  • the summit- ryan farish
  • hopes & fears- ryan farish
  • marriage d’amour “spring waltz”- paul de senneville
  • a thousand years- david a. molina
  • origin- david a. molina
  • vecrīgas nami- zodiaks
  • moonlight- the piano guys
  • michael meets mozart- the piano guys
  • berlin- the piano guys
  • don’t say a word- idealism
  • winter suite mov. 2- rory o’connor
  • desert silhouette- trevor kowalski
  • under my oak tree- johannes bornlöf
  • the rose and the thorn- johannes bornlöf
  • as the years go by- johannes bornlöf
  • supine- peter sandberg
  • breaker of chains- jon björk
  • le puit- distant flows
  • dreamer- ryan farish
  • drifting among strangers- gavin luke
  • in this moment- gavin luke
  • a presence felt- gavin luke
  • haze- gavin luke
  • ascension- gavin luke
  • fragmented- gavin luke
  • rocky mountains- tim kellner
  • city of dreams- tim kellner
  • to meet is the beginning of parting- aether