Emily AndersonShe / Her
I’m a fat positive yoga teacher and garment sewist!
Tell us about your Holiday playlist:
Christmas is a time for cheer…. but also for main character-style contemplative staring into the Christmas tree, nostalgia for the fleeting memories of childhood joy, and the angst of being back in your teenage bedroom while visiting family. That cocktail tastes a little bitter when you think of how the holidays feel a little less magical as an adult. Go take a moody stomp in the snow and remember that while you might not get Polly Pockets for Christmas anymore, nothing can top going back to your home after a long visit with extended family. Revelling in a little angst is good for the practice of gratitude!
Emily also has another main playlist on Maker Sounds if you’d like read more and listen.
- Home Alone, Too – The Staves
- The First Noel – The Ruby Pines
- A Child’s Christmas in Wales – Al Lewis
- Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas / What a Wonderful World – The Sea The Sea
- Winter Wonderland – The Sweeplings
- Silver Bells – Hush Kids
- Christmas Must Be Tonight – Bahamas
- It’s Christmas – Cody
- Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – Phoebe Bridgers
- In the Bleak Midwinter – Julie Cameron-Hall, Nigel Cameron
- Come on! Let’s Boogey to the Elf Dance! – Sufjan Stevens
- Santa’s Jolly Holiday – Steve Martin, Henrik Wikström
- A Dreamer’s Holiday – Julien Baker