Category Archives: Calming Music Musings

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Saxophone T Shirts

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Everyone needs a Saxophone T Shirt. Especially if you play the saxophone, like I do. Ok.  First, let me appologise for the shameless plug below…. I’ve been flat on my back for the last couple of months.  I have an unfortunate mis-match between my brain age and my body age and quite simply my body…

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Make Time For Yourself

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Make Time For Yourself Over the last six months or so, it is safe to say that my wife and I have been under a bit of pressure. I’ve been sick with a monster ‘flu – I actually took two weeks off work and spent most of it in bed. At one point, all four…

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I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Reach My Blog

Help, I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Reach My Blog It’s like this. Over the last few weeks I have been surprisingly and uncharacteristically unwell. I’ve had a rotten cold, possibly the ‘flu, that I just can’t shake.  So has my family.  There were a couple of days about three weeks ago when my wife, my…

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Meditation Humour

Meditation Humour Ok. So, I’m not feeling very well – I’ve got a cold and a sore back – so I thought a little bit of mirth and merriment might make me feel better. We don’t just have calming music here at Calming Music Weekly. We have a sense of humour too.  Well, at least I’d…

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Calming Spaces

Calming Spaces This blog here at Calming Music Weekly is largely about calming down and relaxing. It offers tips and suggestions for various ways to soothe your mind and calm your body. Taking the time to listen to calming music is one of many ideas mentioned within the pages of this blog. I have just…

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Coping with Stress and Children

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Coping with Stress and Children Having children can be…. no, let me rephrase that…. Having children IS a major change in your life. Some people find it easy, but others find it difficult. Most people alternate between the two – sometimes it’s simple, other times it is a major challenge and a huge source of…

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A Big Week

A Big Week. It’s been a big week here in my little corner of the world. Actually, it’s been a big fortnight. As I mentioned a few weeks ago I was looking to change jobs.  Fortunately I have been successful in this regard.  I will admit that I am extremely relieved to be starting a…

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Calming Your Cash Flow

Calming Your Cash Flow. For some, money can be a source of stress – no matter how much money they may or may not have. Stress can be brought on by worrying about money – paying bills, buying shoes and school books for the kids, where is it coming from, why does it seem to…

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New Beginnings

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New Beginnings The year is well underway. New habits have been in place for a while now. Old habits may have crept back into the mix of your daily reality. How are your “New Year’s Resolutions” holding out ? This year, for me, is a year of change. My daughters have changed school.  They have…

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Sax Appeal

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Sax Appeal I play the saxophone. There. I’ve said it. I’ve played it for years. In fact, at the risk of giving too much away, I’ve just entered my third decade of saxophonic delight. Having tried a variety of musical instruments as a child, when I first picked up my saxophone I knew within minutes…

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