The Limeade Playlist: A Refreshing Soundtrack for Fall
By: Nick Shekeryk
When the air becomes crisp and the leaves dance along the trees ablaze in a medley of warm colors, it can only mean one thing: The fall season is upon us. To help you ease into autumn with positivity, energy, humanity and purpose, we’re excited to introduce the Limeade Fall Playlist on Spotify as your soundtrack to the season.
We’ve handpicked 24 autumnal tunes to inspire well-being, engagement and inclusion — and to make you feel good at work and beyond.
Featuring an eclectic mix of artists across a variety of genres and eras, the Limeade Fall Playlist on Spotify is crafted for you to enjoy old favorites and discover new ones. It also features artists whose backgrounds are as diverse as our employees, customers and communities, as well as music from countries that house Limeade offices around the globe, including the U.S. (Prince), Canada (Neil Young) and Germany (Lena).
Featured Songs: The Limeade Fall Playlist on Spotify
We invite you to embrace the warmth and coolness of the season with the Limeade Fall Playlist on Spotify, which includes a selection of songs we think captures the magical glow of fall — and amplifies care.
For additional details on the Limeade Fall Playlist on Spotify, check out the Limeade Team profile on Spotify. While you’re there, explore our complete collection of playlists for songs that are sure to infuse well-being into your work and life.
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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.