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MK's Non-Writing Playlist

Before I get out into the sunshine today for a nice long walk, I'm working on a few website projects, including a new online store, both of which are a lot of fun. That is part of my non-writing life, and during the times I'm not writing, I tend to listen to one playlist over and over. I call it, "M's Work Mix," but it's really an everyday I-don't-want-to-think-about-anything playlist.


I update it every now and then, though the core songs remain the same. Below are songs from my current playlist. I hope you find a song or two you like. I usually listen on Amazon Music, but I also created a YouTube playlist that has a few more songs: MK's Non-Writing Playlist.



"Going Home" - Mary Fahl

"May the Road Rise" - Nathan Carter feat. The High Kings

"Jealous of the Angels" - Mary Taggart

"Hushabye Mountain" - Eleanor Tomlinson

"Scarborough Fair" - Amy Nuttall

"Coming Home, Part II" - Skylar Grey

"Skye Boat Song" - Ella Roberts

"Heart of the Home" - Nathan Carter

"You Say" - Lauren Daigle

"Eye of the Storm" - Ryan Stephenson

"Believer" - Rhett Walker

"In Christ Alone" - Celtic Worship

"The Hill" - Stuart Wood

"Song to the Siren" - Julienne Taylor "Safe and Sound" - Jackie Evancho


What music do you enjoy? What songs would you recommend?


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