All-Time Favorite Feel-Good Soundtracks to Lift Your Mood
Some feel-good tunes to make the days less unsettling
The last few days have been trying for all of us—to say the least. But for the foreseeable future, most of us can only do our part, stay at home and wish frontliners and people-of-necessity well as they try to situate our current situation. We know that staying #SafeAtHome isn’t the easiest; suddenly you have all this time and you don’t know what to do with it.
So if we may offer up some advice, why not put on some feel-good soundtracks in the background to help lighten up the mood?
Another Day Of Sun
La La Land
For the high-energy dance moves and catchy melody, Another Day Of Sun is one of our favorites for when we need a little pick-me-up.
When You Believe
Prince Of Egypt
A little cheesy, but there might be no other song out there as apt for today’s trying times as this classic from Prince Of Egypt. It’s about community, faith in a bigger plan and not giving up. When you need to put your faith on something, put it on something—whatever it is.
Hold My Hand
Bridget Jones’s Baby
Uplifting and will get you head-bobbing along, this track that was played at Bridget Jones’s Baby is equal parts plain fun and romantic.
Let It Be
Across The Universe
If you have even room for cheesy—and we’re sure you do—may we suggest including Let It Be in your daily playlist? If not for a little perspective and a little hope, at least for the simple beauty of the song.
How Far I’ll Go
The build-up in this song—from seemingly hopeless to the realization that there are endless possibilities out there—is something else. Maybe a little reminder that there’s good at the end of this road, yeah?
Tell Me If You Want To Go Home
Anyone else feeling a little extra lonely during this work from home—ahem, stay #SafeAtHome—days? This one’s for you.
This is for those slower instances in the day—possibly right smack in the middle of the summer afternoon—when the rest of the world is quiet and there’s a little time to breathe.
Most of us might have more time in our hands now, but it’s not a time to panic. As much as you’re able, stay #SafeAtHome, keep yourself entertained and keep your spirits up.