#MusicTherapyBlogger Challenge – Week 3

The #MusicTherapy Blogger Challenge | Serenade Designs

The #MusicTherapyBlogger Challenge is still going strong — here is the round-up of blog posts from Week 3! The #MusicTherapyBloggers are ROCKIN’ it!

Here was the Week 3 prompt:
From time to time, I read a quote, statement, or song lyric from someone that really makes me stop and think. It is often something that I connect with on a personal or professional level. From there, sometimes I incorporate the quote in a social media post. Sometimes I create a graphic and share on Pinterest or Instagram. When I find myself inspired, I want to share it with the people around me.

This week’s challenge is to do just that – share a quote that you love and/or that makes you think. Then write your blog post to reflect upon that quote.

#MusicTherapyBlogger Challenge BLOG POSTS:

Brittany Scheer: Explore. Dream. Rest

We shall not cease from exploration.
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And to know that place for the first time.
— T.S. Elliot

Corinne Richards: Music Therapy

He says, “Son, can you play me a memory
I’m not really sure how it goes
But it’s sad and it’s sweet and I knew it complete
When I wore a younger man’s clothes.
— Billy Joel

Faith Halverson-Ramos: The Magic of the Present Moment

Nowness, or the magic of the present moment, is what joins the wisdom of the past with the present. — Chögyam Trungpa

Janice Lindstrom: #MusicTherapyBlogger Challenge #3: Quote

Progress, not perfection.

Jody Tucker: A Quote To Change Your Life

The biggest adventure you can ever take is to live the life of your dreams.— Oprah Winfrey

Kate Taylor: Music: The Great Therapy

One day, well into the future,
Music will at last become
the Great Therapy.
And the drums of this present age
will then be acknowledged
as the first instruments
that helped Music
to ultimately fulfill
It’s long-anticipated promise. — Dr. John Diamond

Kerry Cornelius: #MusicTherapyBlogger Challenge: Waiting

Waiting for a message that cannot find its’ way, 
from brains to muscles,
that connect to sounds we know to be,
recognizable words with understood context. — Emma Zurcher-Long

JoAnn Jordan: Your Love Will Live

And when I grow too old to dream
Your love will live in my heart.
— Oscar Hammerstein II

Morgan May Sparks: Measuring Success

Life is a succession of moments, to live each one is to succeed. — Carita Kent

MJ Landaker: Wise Words from Corita Kent

Structures are restraints – a way of limiting. What you can build within restraints and structures is almost limitless. — Corita Kent

Rachel Rambach: Keep Calm and Sing On

Keep Calm and Sing On…

Rachelle Norman: Where Words Fail, Music Speaks

Where Words Fail, Music Speaks…

Sharon Boyle: Trust the Process

— Alexandra Stoddard

Tom Brefka: Inspirational Saturday: Success

The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it’s the same problem you had last year. — John Foster Dulles

Want to read the other blog posts from the #MusicTherapyBlogger Challenge? Here you go! 

#MusicTherapyBlogger Challenge Ultimate Round-Up


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About Julie

Julie is a music therapist. She also has extensive website design and online marketing experience (18+ years!). Her mission is to help music therapists create, enhance, and ROCK their online presence. Julie lives in Michigan with her husband and her 2 daughters.

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