People have actually asked me what I have been listening to while I have been working from home. I just finished off Day 9 from work from home and my listening choices have reflected a little bit what they are when I work at the office.
Now I can’t listen to music in a meaningful way when I’m at the office. But on my drive to work I listen to 96.1. It seems to center me and prepares me for the day.
I now listen to 96.1 from 7-9 in the morning. After that, I have been listening to classical music.
Today I listened to Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Ravel, and Dvorak.
On Wednesday I listened to Richard Strauss, Wagner, Johannes Strauss, and Brahms.
On Tuesday, I listened to Chopin, Schubert, Beethoven, and Mozart.
On Monday, I listened to Haydn, Handel, Vivaldi, and Bach.
Tomorrow, I have Mendelssohn, Grieg, and Schumann on deck.
One thing I discovered is that I now like Liszt way more than I recall. I’m going to have to pursue this at a future time.
The classical music usually takes me to about 2:30. The last 90 minutes of my day I listen to Murph and Andy on KXNO.
I don’t know if I can think of any other positives about working from home, but I can say that this week I’m starting to hit more of my stride. I have a better handle on my system now. Hopefully it is smooth sailing here on out.
Tonight’s post is a bit of a short post. I worked with my webmaster a bit this evening to work out some kinds in the website that resulted from a recent update. That took up some of my website time.
However, I think those of you that don’t hate flowers will enjoy this small collection of flower photos I took last October:
Zinnias and mum, if you are wondering.