What’s the best playlist for the month of January this year? We took a vote, and we think the aim should be to own the month by staying light on our feet and keeping things moving. Our correspondent and resident DJ Julie Chang Murphy has created the perfect playlist of music for the month of January 2022. Find it on Spotify here. Press play. And let’s go get it.
What’s the best playlist for the month of January this year?
We made it to 2022! It feels good to say that, even though in reality, not all that much has changed – yet. Still, the dawn of a new year is cause for hope.[white_box]
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So, new year, fresh start. It’s go time, and we need a playlist that will get us up and moving this month.
Whether you’re kicking it into high gear at work, on your outdoor run, or on that project you’ve been meaning to finish at home, we firmly believe that A Little Party Never Killed Nobody.
As long as they’re wearing a mask and keeping 6 feet apart.
Even in the midst of a pandemic, January calls for a little pep in your step. And our playlist features some of our favorites that hit that sweet spot. You know the one that makes you dance around the kitchen counter?[white_box]
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The songs that pump you up to face the day. The jam you play on repeat in your headphones to make you feel like you’re the star of your own music video. Well, maybe that’s just us, actually.
Either way, here’s to the new year. May it give us all reasons to get up and dance.
the perfect playlist of music for January
That’s it – our suggestions on the best playlist with the perfect music for January 2022. Did we miss any of your favorites?
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Crediting her training as a cultural anthropologist at Wellesley College, Julie has immersed herself in various industries in the last 15 years including fashion design, event planning, and fitness. Julie lives in New York where she loves trying every ramen and dumpling restaurant with her husband and three children. She finds joy in bold prints, biographies of fierce women, kickboxing. And spending way too long finding the perfect polish color to express her mood.