Saturday, March 1, 2014

study break down

In high school I constantly claimed that I needed the TV to be on when I was doing my homework. It is probably the reason that I had such terrible and awful studying skills. Now I'm not saying that my study skills now are fantastic, but they work for me and that's all that matters, right? Even though I've learned to turn the TV off while doing homework, I still hate sitting in silence. Too freaky! And with music, I have to be careful to not put on songs I love, because then I just want to sing along and perform!
The other day I was searching through my iTunes, but nothing seemed conducive for studying, so I headed over to If you haven't heard of it, it's basically a website where people can make playlists and share them! I was so happy to find a couple that worked for me, and I figured I'd make a post and hopefully help someone else out too!

one // mrs. darcy It's all the music from the 2006 version of Pride and Prejudice! I have a slight obsession with anything Jane Austen, so this one just makes me smile.
two // drifting This one has singing tracks, but they're all acoustic, Indie tracks, so I don't know any of them! It's flowy music, and perfect to have on in the background.
three // klassische Ballet and classical music. I used to do ballet, so there's just something soothing to me about music from ballets. 
four // plie/releve More ballet! It really is great background music!

bonus mix // trouble  For when you need a good pump up mix! You know, to get ready for that pile of homework and studying. 

I hope someone else can get some use from these!

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