A poor attempt at a Saturday morning Haiku

I once took part in some writing seminars with a local author, who suggested writing a Haiku a day. In their opinion, the short form of this style of poetry (three lines of 5-7-5 syllables) was a great way to practice the distillation of a thought or mood into a very short set of phrases.Continue reading “A poor attempt at a Saturday morning Haiku”

Music & Wellbeing (Part 6): Music Therapy & Educational Wellbeing

Music and educational wellbeing So far, we have investigated the value of music in physical and mental wellbeing. As previously discussed, a better education leads to greater feelings of wellbeing, particularly in later stages of life (Merriam & Kee, 2014). With that in mind, if we are to consider the value of music on ourContinue reading “Music & Wellbeing (Part 6): Music Therapy & Educational Wellbeing”