Road Map for Life album

about road map for life

Songs for navigating through life’s ups and downs

Give your kids the know-how to handle the most challenging situations in life! Leverage the power of music as a memorization aid, this is the first pop album created as a fun and easy game for teaching self-control and self-awareness skills to help adolescents manage their thoughts, feelings, and actions. Each catchy pop song holds a call-to-action for positive thinking in the midst of life’s dilemmas and challenges to instill confidence, inner strength, integrity, and resilience. Stream Road Map for Life by Treela on all digital platforms. 11 songs, 25 minutes long. 


The lessons embedded in each song make it a great conversation starter for discussing ways to manage emotions and thoughts. It’s the perfect motivational morning playlist, super listening for family road trips, great for teachable moments, and inspiration for modeling the behavior we want to see in our kids. Make it a musical game by singing together! Developed by parents, psychologists, teachers, counselors, and mental health professionals.

For counselors, teachers

Edutopia says, “Incorporating music into almost any class can be a great way to teach content—and it doesn’t take special training or expensive resources.” These short songs are great for transitions and breaks. You’ll find them on every streaming platform, plus free kid-friendly YouTube music videos to support discussions around social-emotional learning (SEL) and character development. The lyrics are clean and appropriate for any setting. 

Featured in the Positive Action (SEL) digital learning platform. Visit

Featured on the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement’s Daily Dose of Love Newsletter

Featuring the song, “Why Did I?”, awarded honorable mention in the International Songwriting Competition 

As heard on 92.5 The River Boston radio: “Living Lighter”

Cowritten by Billboard #1 charting songwriters, the music sounds like a Spotify playlist featuring today’s hottest artists–pop, rock, hip-hop, folk, and country with head-bopping, toe-tapping, and danceable beats with voices that have been heard on the stage, TV, and radio around the world. 

The inspiration for Road Map for Life comes from a universal code of behavior that encourages ethical interactions, restraint, discipline, self-awareness, and transformation. The songs creatively blend philosophy with modern psychology using the universal language of pop music for a contemporary toolkit for navigating the human condition, and were written in conjunction with teachers, psychologists, counselors, and parents.

Songwriters: Marcia Morgan, Julia Ross, Krysta Youngs, and Justin Morgan. Producers: Pearl Snap Studios and Aubrey Whitfield.