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The Best Music for Morning Listening

Updated: Mar 13, 2019

What do mornings look like at your house? Are you picturing it?


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Last week I told you all about my mornings (early mornings are par for the course), and if you have early riser kids, you know the jolt of waking early even when you aren’t ready.


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If you need a little inspiration besides your coffee (a prominent feature on A Wild Lass’s Instagram), we’ve got the ultimate morning music to help you get up and go.


You Got This


Whether you spend your days in the kitchen or working outside the home (everyone’s adventurous path is unique), studies show that music helps us. It keeps us healthy and helps us manage our emotions.


And boy are there a lot of emotions when you’re raising children. From frustration and anger to melting when your kid is the cutest one on the whole planet (no one beats your own kids’ cuteness), you might need help dealing. Here’s the music we love.


The Playlist: Morning Music


Scroll no more. Here’s the ultimate morning music playlist on Spotify. We encourage you to listen and be inspired this morning, Monday or not. There are some pretty sweet songs on it, from retro rock to 90s hits and more modern favorites, like:


  • “We Built This City” by Starship

  • “P.Y.T.” by Michael Jackson

  • “Rude” by Magic

  • “MMMBop” by Hanson

  • “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” by Elton John and Kiki Dee


And so many more. Go ahead, turn it on and turn it up.


Be Adventurous


You form greater bonds with your kids when you listen to music with them. Introduce them to some of your favorites, and put on a new attitude in the midst of motherhood with this playlist of perfect morning music.


You won’t be disappointed.


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