Watch “The Door (Get Out)” on YouTube

Quarantine Window: Where was SSQ during Lockdown? Check the SSQ Archival footage 😀🤘🏼🤘🏾🎥📹 The Door is for anyone who has ever overstayed their welcome. Instagram.com/shessoquietShessoquiet.com Please Like, Follow, and Share! #chicagomusic #shessoquiet #lockdown2020 #stircrazy #superficial #surface #tension #newmusicmonday #vote #inthistogether #rockmusic Continue reading Watch “The Door (Get Out)” on YouTube

Watch “Surface Tension (@Home Edition)” on YouTube

‘SURFACE TENSION’ WORLD PREMIERE VIDEOCheck out our new video for our song Surface Tension!  The video offers a chance to get up close and personal with all of the band members of She’s So Quiet including those who always hide towards the back of the stage . Video edited by John NachayAudio mixed by Noah Paris Continue reading Watch “Surface Tension (@Home Edition)” on YouTube

Elle Sings The Carpenters

Hello All, I am self-soothing with favorite songs from my childhood. I hope you are doing whatever you need to establish a sense of calm. For some, it’s puzzles and reading, while others it’s primal screams, biking & everything in between. My stress relief is making art, making music, video chatting with friends and family (seeing their face is more engaging/ comforting than hearing their … Continue reading Elle Sings The Carpenters

How Cross Stitching Developed My Creativity and Self-Discipline

Cross Stitching was never really my thing but I found this etsy store that made me reconsider. I bought the pattern but haven’t attempted it yet. Check out the store call dirty cross stitch and yes there are swear words and some mature themes, so you have been warned. They are also edgy and modern. Read about the benefits below and then click on the … Continue reading How Cross Stitching Developed My Creativity and Self-Discipline

How to be happy: Stop being positive and just cultivate neutrality — Quartz

” In practical terms, it means detaching. As a human, you will inevitably feel or think when stuff happens. If you’re stuck in traffic, late for a meeting, and freaking out, feeling bad, that’s OK. There’s no need to put a happy face on a sad day, but—if you don’t resist what is—things will shift without you trying. Likewise when you’re delighting in a win. … Continue reading How to be happy: Stop being positive and just cultivate neutrality — Quartz