By: Gemma Mastroianni and Brooke Carter
With everything going on in the world, it's more important than ever to stay somewhat busy and continue growing. However you choose to get through these times is totally your choice however, we would love if you joined The Soundtrack's February Challenge.
Brooke Carter (Gruuveyard) and I have come together to create 28 days of tasks to expand creativity, lifestyle, and personal growth. These tasks range from inner reflection, checking out new music, trying new food and drink, dreaming up your own festival poster, and so much more.
We will be updating this page daily with a new task, along with posting them on Instagram. Check back on this page or on Instagram every morning to participate!
Moodboards are an effective way of manifesting your future, and sparking creativity.
Print out some photos and create a physical one, or go to www.gomoodboard.com to make yours. Check out Gemma's below which represent her manifestations to spend more time outside, focus on self care, journal every day, and expand creativity:
Who else loves that feeling of freedom after cleaning a surface?
The reality is that whether it be a kitchen table, desk, counter- we all have (in the very least) one cluttered area in our homes. Pick one surface, big or small, and do a quick de-clutter.
Throw on your favourite record, get it done, and take in the blissful feeling afterwards.
It's 2021 and we are stuck at home, why not switch it up? Check out some reccomendations in Country, Hip-Hop, and Electronic/Experimental below.
Taking a moment to reflect on the positivity that we do have in our life, can change the whole direction of our day and mood. Make a little list, reflect, and move forward! See Gemma's below:
Go through your music and take an inventory of what you're loving right now. Make a list (physical or digital)of your favourite songs on today's date. Take a listen, or check back in a while to revisit your favourites during this time.
Catching up can brighten you and your friends day! Have a good chat and pick up where you left off.
A breathe of fresh air never hurts, especially when we are spending so much time indoors. Move those legs and get outside! It's good for your mind, body, and soul.
Take a look through each drawer, and try to pick one thing. There's gotta be at least one thing in each you probably won't wear again! Find somewhere local and drop it off, or try to pass them on to a friend.
A few of our favourites are linked below:
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib