Recently we’ve had a lot of our clients and friends ask us to share more about life at Firebelly a.k.a our version of #agencylife. The stuff we’re preoccupied with: music, films, books etc. You know stuff that we, social media marketing people, feed our brains, hearts and souls!
We’re not really a self-important group. Words to describe us would be serious about our work, but pretty laid back and irreverent about ourselves and life in general.
Cultural preoccupations of social media marketing agency people
Everyone filled out a short survey so we could share what we’re doing while researching audiences, following trending hashtags, uploading Instagram Stories, developing monthly calendars, running Facebook ads, reviewing content intelligence and other social media marketing agency “stuff.”
At the end of this post, there is a Spotify list of the tracks we’re listening to at the moment!
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Music: Ignore Me by Betty Who, Man of the Woods by Justin Timberlake
Shows: The Bachelor, This is Us
Subjects: The Enneagram, Listening to a lot of podcasts
Book: Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Peter Scazzero
Food: Apples and peanut butter
Naps or workouts: Yoga
Music: Chateau by Angus & Julia Stone, Genghis Khan Miike Snow (really anything by Miike Snow- one of my fav concerts ever!), Skinny Love by Bon Iver, Sweet Thing by Van Morrison, and of course Toxic by Britney Spears
Shows: GLOW, The Cosmos, 48 Hour Travel Man, Game of Thrones
Subjects: Self Care, Mindfulness & Meditation, Real Estate, Space Science & Exploration
Book: Inside of a Dog by Karen White
Food: Pickled Vegetables, Truffle Fries
Naps or workouts: workouts and snuggle sessions with my dog
Music: Lostboycrow, Hive Riot, Kim Petras
Show: The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, RuPaul’s Drag Race
Subject: New England. Planning a road trip there later this year.
Book: Lily and the Octopus by Steven Rowley
Food: Low-so hacks for my former favorites
Naps or workouts: I rarely nap and I’d never say I love working out, but my Sunday night workout does get me feeling good about the week ahead.
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Music: High Hopes by Kodaline, Saint Laurent by Coeur de Pirate
Shows: The Bachelor, The Good Place
Subjects: Feminism, finance, French
Books: My Paris Dream by Kate Betts, I’m Your Biggest Fan: Awkward Encounters and Assorted Misadventures in Celebrity Journalism by Kate Coyne, Ain’t I A Woman? by Bell Hooks
Food: Oat and blueberry smoothies
Naps or workouts: Naps and yoga
Music: The XX, The Cure, Foster the People, Grateful Dead
Shows: Gotham, Netflix Originals, Social and Cultural Documentaries
Subjects: Ancient History, Fitness, Running
Books: Star Wars Legends Novels, Finding Ultra by Rich Rolls
Food: Pizza, chickpea cookie dough
Naps or workouts: Both, workouts in the morning, naps in the afternoon
Music: Waiting by Bootstrap
Show: Black Mirror
Book: After You Believe
Naps or workouts: Naps
Music: Iron & Wine, Bon Iver, Kendrick Lamar, Halsey, The Beatles
Show: Survivor, Riverdale, Friends
Subject: Healthy living, environmental sustainability, interpersonal relationships & communication
Book: Lullaby by Chuck Palahniuk and The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
Naps or workouts: Workouts! Working out leaves me feeling energized where naps tend to leave me feeling more tired.
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Music: Apocalypse by Cigarettes after Sex, This Strange Effect by The Shacks, anything By Kendrick Lamar
Show: Babylon Berlin (Netflix Original)
Subject: The Rise of Nazism
Books: Book of Joy by the 14th Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu, All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
Food: Strata and Ramen
Naps or workouts: Both!
And now check out this little list of our favorite tracks…
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