I loved @howtomusicmajor‘s posts about study moods, so I decided to make my own!!!! Theses ones are based more off of subjects….
History: Epic music mixes and/or RPG Battlefield soundscape from mynoise.net, or classic piano music, strong black tea or espresso, on a large wooden table to make room for all your textbooks, notes, mind maps, flashcards, and laptop.
Literature/Art History: Classical music, or music based on the book you may be reading, green tea, Earl Grey, or a cappuccino. In a coffee shop or on your living room floor. Don’t forget the highlighters and sticky notes!
Geometry: Soundtracks or music from the Study Music YouTube channel. Latte or Earl Grey tea, at your desk/breakfast nook/dining room table. Do lots of practice problems, and use the Feyman technique.
This was my first study mood ever. Used it for everything.
Biology/Science: Nature sounds, like rain or something. Herbal tea, lemon water, or iced coffee. Do outside, or at a sunny spot.
Languages: Soft classical music (especially if it was composed in the country whose language you are studying), or fireplace sounds. Water to clear the throat, and hot cocoa or a drink from the target language country! Wrapped up in a comforter on the carpet.
Also nice for just a cozy session.
You can always mix them up, I like to use the literature/art history mood for history sometimes.
sometimes i wonder if true love really exists anymore ?? having someone
geniuenly worry for you?? care for you?? look at you with such fond and loving eyes. a person you can give your body and mind to, a person you can call yours and yours only??