My word of the year for 2018 was HOPE. I started out the year feeling sort of like a lost little puppy. A soggy dog left out in the rain. Not really sure how I was going to get to where I wanted to be, but certain that I didn’t want to stay where I
What is your go- to Christmas album? What did your parents put in the tape or CD player while you decorated the tree or drove around the neighborhood looking at Christmas lights? I’ll bet you have a couple favorite songs or artists that you go back to every single year once the holidays season arrives.
The Element After reading this month’s book, “The Element” by Ken Robinson, I almost dropped out of college. I was sitting in a communications class during my sophomore year at university when my professor posed a difficult question: “Does education kill creativity?” Wait, WHAT?! Our barefoot, quirky professor asked us to go there…right in front
I’d like call myself a recovering perfectionist. Perfectionism is what led to my vocal dysphonia (anxiety induced voice loss). Perfectionism is what prevents me from being present in each moment and enjoying what is happening right in front of me. Perfectionism is what keeps me hustling and checking boxes instead of figuring out what actually
Throwback to 18 year old Hailey cranking out a cover on the ol’ piano. Over the years, I’ve gotten to be a part of arranging and recording over 200 cover songs with my sisters. Craziness! No wonder I have a hard time remembering lyrics nowadays. If you’re interested in releasing covers, I hope these few