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The Mozart Effect

I want to like classical music, I really do…but I don’t know where to start lol. So i’ve just treated myself to this…

I’d never heard of the “Mozart Effect” until last year, so i’ve been trying to listen to more classical music to help me focus while studying. Today I listened to Classic FM for a while, and to be honest, I found it more relaxing than helping me focus lol.

I’ve even tried but I found that quite irritating lol

So how do I get past this idea that classical music is just for relaxing? I feel so jealous when I see people tapping away at their laptops with their headphones on…what are they listening to?

Still…it was nice to just relax with a latte for half an hour so I cant really grumble 😉

2 thoughts on “The Mozart Effect

  1. I use to tell hubby listening to classical music put me to sleep lol but because he loved it so much we’d take turns to listen to pop music and then classical. But when my depression hit me hard, I couldn’t listen to the radio or TV, but somewhere in my brain it could cope with classical and it helped. We’ve even been to the Classical FM concerts at the Royal Albert Hall a couple of times. I hope you get to enjoy the classical music more xxx

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    1. It’s funny isn’t it, how we associate classical music with sleep and relaxation (and seems quite common). I’ve been watching some concerts on You Tube and i find watching an orchestra play absolutely fascinating, would love to go see one. Thanks honey, i’m currently listening to some Michel Legrand (the Wuthering Heights album, which is lovely) x


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