It’s Wednesday. It’s your ordinary, middle of the week, kind of day. Chad left to go help his Dad at work early this morning. I took my time getting up and getting moving. The dog decided to laze around for hours. It’s your average Wednesday. As I got up this morning to start my day, nothing felt different or special. I sat on my computer catching up on a few tasks and making my way through some work with my first cup of coffee. I worked on cleaning up around the house a little, folding laundry, and slowly put myself together for the day. When I went back down to the kitchen and started making my coffee, I made it same exact way I always make my coffee. Half a pack of Truvia in the bottom my cup, a breakfast blend K cup, topped off with almond milk and a quick stir. Everything was the same. It was when I went to grab the almond milk out of the fridge that my heart skipped a beat. You see, Read More
My Musical Journey
Over the past couple years, I have been singing on and off with an incredible band, Fun DMC. A few months ago, the opportunity arose to sing with this great group of guys permanently. It is such an incredible outlet for me and with the most fantastic people, so I simply could not say no. In a recent blog post on our band page, I told the full story of my musical journey. I’ve never shared this much of my journey in one place so I wanted to share it here as well. My story covers everything from my first encounters in music, participating in every choir I could throughout school, and my most recent endeavors as a music therapist and business owner. Check it out HERE Leave a comment or send me a message.I’d love to here more about your musical journey as well!! – Katey Read More
Today’s The Day… for Shifting Gears and Changing Directions.
August 14th has held a strange significance for the past few years. Two years ago, I had may last day driving to clients’ homes and announced my merger with Music Therapy Connections and the formation of an LLC with Rachel Rambach. Last year, I had my last day in our first set of studios and finished packing up everything to move into our new offices. Today, I celebrate one year in our new space and share with you some changes that will be happening on this site. Life has taken a few dramatic turns over the past few years. When I moved to central Illinois (where there were no music therapy jobs and I was leaving everything and basically everyone I knew behind), I established On A Good Note as my own music therapy private practice. This website was initially created with sole intention of drumming up business. It has since seen several evolutions during which I’ve moved from wanting to simply gain new clients, to sharing songs, ideas, music therapy interventions, self-care tips, and more. As of late, the blog Read More