Pop Culture Wednesday – End of Summer Playlist

Pop Culture Wednesday – End of Summer Playlist

I decided to do a playlist of the songs of my summer, as we venture into the start of fall.

It was an emotional summer, filled with an awful breakup, a move home to my parents, a long fight with a friend, and a loss of routine due to a busier schedule.  All in all though, I’ve come out the other side for the better.  I’m feeling stronger, and I’m starting to realize that I don’t give myself credit for the amount of things that I can handle.

I’m working on understanding human behavior, becoming more invested in my art, and perhaps even swimming at the local exercise center.  I have a million projects that I want to tackle, but I really need to learn to do one task at a time so that I can actually finish them for a change!!

My playlist

Somebody That I Used To Know – Goyte

We Are Young – fun.

Lights – Ellie Goulding

Video Games – Lana Del Ray

Pumped Up Kicks – Foster The People

What Doesn’t Kill You – Kelly Clarkson

Shake It Out – Florence and the Machine

Everybody Talks – Neon Trees

The Lazy Song – Bruno Mars

Part of Me – Katy Perry

We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together – Taylor Swift

I Won’t Give Up – Jason Mraz

If I Die Young – The Band Perry

Rabiosa – Shakira

I Follow Rivers – Lykke Li

212 – Azealia Banks

The Bad In Each Other – Feist

Oh My – Gin Wigmore

Afraid of Anyone – The National

Bubblegum Bitch – Marina and the Diamonds

Hell on Heels – Pistol Annies

Check it out!  I’m going to play it in the background as I try to make a collage today.  My flu is less intense today than it was yesterday (my fever finally broke!!), so I can finally do something other than be half unconscious!  What were your favorite songs of the summer?  Which ones meant something to you?  I’d love to hear what you’d put together :) .

xoxo,

Annie

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