And just like that, another year is coming to a close. As we prepare ourselves for the adventures that lie ahead in 2022, taking a moment to reflect on 2021 allows us to see how far we’ve come — both personally and professionally.
At Limeade, we’ve spent the year exploring innovative ways to expand our commitment to transforming work into a source of positivity, energy, humanity and purpose — and an exciting addition in 2021 has been the Limeade Spotify Playlist series. The Limeade Spotify Playlists give us a fun and unique way to connect with our growing communities of employees, partners and customers through the universal language of music.
To wrap up the year, we’re excited to bring you the Limeade Best of 2021 Playlist on Spotify. This playlist features some of the best feel-good hits from our collection of Limeade Spotify Playlists that have inspired well-being, engagement and inclusion all year long.
Featured Songs: The Limeade Best of 2021 Playlist on Spotify
The Limeade Best of 2021 Playlist on Spotify features an eclectic mix of artists across a variety of genres and eras. Whether you’re looking to enjoy old favorites or discover your next favorite artist, the Limeade Best of 2021 Playlist on Spotify is designed to help you end the year on a high note.
For additional information on the Limeade Best of 2021 Playlist on Spotify, check out the Limeade Team profile on Spotify, which includes our complete collection of energizing and refreshing playlists.
We look forward to providing the soundtracks that make it easy to amplify care at work and beyond in 2022.
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About the author
Nick is a Content Marketing Manager at Limeade. He has a professional writing background rich in media and digital marketing with specializations in B2B and B2C content creation and strategy.
Nick takes pride in his ability to connect with readers through engaging and insightful content that tells the story of how Limeade brings positivity, energy, humanity and purpose to work. His mindful approach to exploring various themes impacting the employee experience helps bridge the gap between employees and employers — and aligns with his favorite Limeade purpose: Listen Well, Speak Plainly.
Nick’s work has appeared in The Seattle Times, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, The Post-Standard and on MSN.com, among other publications. He has a graduate degree in journalism from Syracuse University as well as creative writing and philosophy degrees from Seattle University. In addition to his efforts to support workplace equality as a member of the Black LimeMates Kings and Queens (BLKQ) ERG at Limeade, he advocates for inclusive community outreach as a leader for the public library board of trustees in his hometown of Everett, WA.
Nick also spends his free time playing and coaching baseball, running and attending as many live music events as possible.