Sunday is one of my favourite days of the week. I have always thought of it as a day that everyone is able to be completely chilled out and totally themselves. My favourite way to enjoy a Sunday is to spend time doing something that I love with the people that I love, even if that is just relaxing with our favourite magazines. I know that a lot of people still use Sundays as a real family day and I think that is great – it is so nice that there is one day in the week that is just that bit more chilled out than the rest. It’s pretty good isn’t it? However you like to spend your Sunday, it is about to get even better. Today I thought I’d share some relaxed, feel good tunes to make that great day into the perfect one. Let’s get listening!
This playlist is such a fun soundtrack to Sunday. It is made of relaxing tunes, but not in the classic piano music kinda way, you know? As much as sometimes that is the music you need, I see this as the sort of collection that you would put on when you are having a lazy day in your pyjamas, chilling out and having a laugh with your friends. In my opinion that is the best sort of day, so why not make the best carefree playlist to go with it! I have featured some artists you may already know, including Train and Eliza Doolittle, and a few of my more recent discoveries, Branches, Jess and Gabriel, and The Paper Kites. So, what are you waiting for? Scroll down and have a listen!
“Maybe we can sleep in. Make you banana pancakes. Pretend like it’s the weekend now.” – Jack Johnson, Banana Pancakes
It is very difficult to pick favourites from this playlist because it is full of songs that I really love. Although, having said that there are a few here that never fail to bring a smile to my face, namely Who Needs Love by Razorlight, Bless the Broken Road by Jess & Gabriel and You & Me by Lifehouse. I love the ‘acoustic’ feeling that this playlist has and one of my favourite things to listen to at the moment if I’m not listening to Sunday Vibes is Spotify’s Acoustic Love playlist – it is just so good and you should definitely give it a listen, especially if you enjoy my playlist.
Whatever you are up to this weekend, I hope you have a great time and manage to spend time with the people that mean the most to you – preferably having a good laugh! I will be spending tomorrow getting myself ready for the week ahead by eating good food, hunting for inspiration in magazines & online and writing a few important lists. As you guys know, I love organising, so I can’t wait for a day of organisation, with a bit of me time thrown in too! What’s your favourite way to spend a Sunday?
Love Holly x