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Posted: July 06, 2018

Music City Minute: Brett Eldredge, Florida Georgia Line, RaeLynn 

Florida Georgia Line fans new music is here! The guys have been teasing a new song all week and today it’s out, it’s called “Talk You Out Of It” and it’s got some sensual vibes!

RaeLynn’s husband was a financial advisor when they got married, but last year he enlisted in the Army. So she knows what it's like to be a military spouse, and posted a video on Twitter talking about it.

You could probably guess the answers but there’s just something about hearing someone who’s basically a famous country singer talking about something a lot of us can relate to. 

She said, "The most challenging thing about being an Army wife is for sure the not getting to see each other part, because there's so many things that happen in life that your spouse should be there for.

"The thing I love most about being an Army wife is I get to be a part of an incredible community with other women that are going through the same exact thing that I'm going through."

It’s just so touching to hear her share her experience, she also just posted a song she wrote for army and military spouses it's called "Camo" and she said, "I had a sweet army wife come up to me at one of my shows and ask me to write a song for spouses in the military. So here you go Stacy.

"Thank you to every person in this country that has a loved one that serves, your service of encouragement is just as important."

 

Brett Eldredge clearly has a thing for travel. He's always talking about where he's been, where he wants to go, and even did an 'Instagram Story takeover' for "Travel and Leisure".

So they asked him to name the one thing he always packs for any trip. And that thing is… his journal. He said, "I literally freak out if I forget to pack it, because I feel like I just need it and I'm missing out on telling myself a story."

It's a specific kind of journal called a 'Gratitude Journal'. You start the day by answering a question like, 'What would make the day great?' In Brett's words, that would be something like, "Go on a hike and try to find a view I've never seen."

Then at the end of the day, it asks you, 'What made the day great?' Maybe it isn't what you set out to do, but you answer anyway. Again, in Brett's words, something like, "I danced like a goofball on the streets of Key West."

Or, "I met a funny character at a bar wearing a cowboy hat, and he told me all the crazy things that happened in his life." 

He says he does it every morning and night, it shows him what to be thankful for, starts the day on a positive note, and makes you appreciate the little things. Not bad.

If you want the specific one Brett uses, it's called "The Five-Minute Journal", and you can buy it on Amazon for $22.95.

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