Anytime I see someone exercising in any capacity without music, I think to myself Now that's a super power. I literally can not do it. Unless, I have someone to talk to, and if I'm able to carry on a conversation, I'm not working hard enough. Unless it's on the long run, then I try to spend at least the first half running my yap a little bit, helps me pace.
Generally speaking though, gotta have the tunes.
This time of year especially, when I'm logging serious mileage, I burn through music at an alarming rate. I need to fill in the space with new power songs weekly. I'd be lying if I said Nick never comments on my increasing music consumption as I download music from iTunes. AKA pay for every single song. Basically, I'm locked into an iPhone for the foreseeable future.
True confessions, my music consumption is not limited to running tunes in large volume. I have to have tunes at my desk, in the car, at home when I'm cleaning, when I have a dance party for one. Don't play like you don't do that. Thankfully or regrettably I have a 64G iPhone so there is no slowing down my desire to consume all of the music.
It's a pricey little habit, and damn you Taylor Swift with all of your catchy new tunes a la 1989. I have no idea why I'm playing onesey twosey with those downloads. You know you'll end up with the whole album.
Prior to iTunes, I never purchased music this way. Remember those old things we used to have to buy? Compact something?
My question for you, are you an iTunes addict? Pandora? Spotify? How do you get your fix?
Also- our family pictures are in, sneaky peak below which means Elle Noel is finally getting her a little face lift thanks to Erin! I'm ready to get this blog rolling into its next chapter...