. . . in my car. This is the no-brainer for everyone. Unless you are sitting in the back seat being chauffeured, radio is your best companion. My hubby says if the only thing that was wrong with the car was the radio, I would park the car and take the bus. He’s right.
. . . at the gym. I love to have music as a motivator. Doing the exercises to the beat helps keep me coordinated and makes the workout seem easier.
. . . at my desk. I need to block out the negative noise of the workplace. I need to make the time warp into a smooth groove so that the day will pass quickly and efficiently.
. . . on my headboard. I set my clock to wake me with smooth jazz. Buzzers make me think I’m in the middle of a grammar school fire drill. Talk will incorporate itself into my dreams and often convert them to nightmares. Classical will lull me back to sleep and rock will give me heartburn before I get my breakfast.
. . . doing housework. I hate washing dishes and vacuuming floors, but with smooth jazz I get those chores done without the angst.
. . . gardening. If I have to be pulling weeds and battling insects, I need smooth jazz to make it enjoyable.
. . . bathing. Candles, bubbles (in the tub and in a glass) and smooth jazz are the perfect end to any day.
. . . Where do you use smooth jazz? Comment below or add it to our Facebook page!
~Lydia Barnes (email@example.com)
Our Smooth Video of the Day: About twenty years ago a listener sent WNUA a CD he made. He titled it Hot Tub Jazz. "Perfect relaxation music for when I'm in the hot tub," was how he described it. This was the first track on the CD.