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Never stop dreaming, 'cause the day you stop dreaming, is the day you stop living.

Concert: Within Temptation – A Way to Relax


First, let me apologize for the lacking post this past Friday. I went to a Within Temptation concert that evening and by the time I got home, I did very little other than check my email before getting some sleep.

Within Temptation

Image by computerartsde via Flickr

The concert was amazing and a welcome change between college, changing up my social media websites, and finishing the last details of my upcoming collection. This gave me the chance to just take a step back and let all the stress that bothered me lately go – even if just for a few hours.

This was the fourth concert I’ve gone to, but the first with a female singer. It was a pleasant change and Sharon sung those songs amazingly. Even the opening act fit the general style of the main act, which tends not to happen often. I don’t have pictures this time, due to the fact that I simply stood in the far back and enjoyed the music, instead of trying to make it as far to the front as I could.

Overall, I enjoyed the night; it was an amazing concert and I don’t regret going at all. I loved having the chance to sing along and just relax; it promised a nice weekend. I spent Saturday redesigning my Twitter background and Facebook page with a friend, and today was just sheer relaxing.

For writers, artists, and everyone else, it’s important to know what to do to relax – whether with music, movies, friends, or something entirely different. Figure out what works best for you and life becomes a lot easier.

Just make it to that point and don’t let stress get to you.

Author: Natasha McNeely

I'm a writer, reader, gamer and a dreamer. I love losing myself to thought and considering possibilities. That is how I create my stories and weave the erratic tales into readable ones.

2 thoughts on “Concert: Within Temptation – A Way to Relax

  1. Taking time for yourself to enjoy something different is always super important! Plus, it can be vital to rest your working brain within an artistic environment. 😀


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