My Study Playlist!

It’s finally the last week of the semester before finals week! This is my first year on the semester system (previously quarter system) and it takes a bit to get used to. Having classes for fifteen weeks instead of ten is a big change. That being said, I have less than two weeks left of my junior year of college, which is insane. I have four big finals to prepare for, and I love listening to music while I’m studying. Here’s my study playlist!

    Primavera — Ludovico Einaudi, Robert Ziegler, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
    River Flows In You — Yiruma
    Buzzcut Season — Lorde
    Lo Que Siento — Cuco
    Bizet: Carmen, WD 31, Act 1 Scene 4: No 5 — George Bizet, Maria Callas
    Work Song — Hozier
    Makeba — Jain
    Collide — Rachel Platten
    Needs — Verzache
    COPYCAT — Billie Eilish
    Ribs — Lorde
    Why — Bazzi
    3:15 — Bazzi
    Substitute — The Who
    I Always Knew — The Vaccines
    Between the Raindrops — Lifehouse, Natasha Bedingfield
    My Type — Saint Motel
    San Francisco — The Mowgli’s
    Cold Cold Man — Saint Motel

These are the songs I listen to whenever I’m studying! The piano and instrumental songs are perfect for subjects like math, when listening to songs with lyrics can distract you from the task at hand. The other songs, like Substitute or I Always Knew, are great for the rest of the subjects for when I’m annotating chapters or writing an essay.

What songs do you listen to while studying or working? Do you listen to any of songs listed above? You should! Leave a comment down below with your favorite song. Thanks so much for reading!

Love,

Kaitlin

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