Do you have any particular habits when it comes to listening to music? For example, starting the day off with a song to hype you up?
Some of my music listening habits are:
- When I’m really sad or depressed, I cannot listen to my favorite songs. I have to listen to songs that are sad so that my favorite songs are not ruined by reminding me of whatever made me sad.
- If a song I like is stuck in my head, I have to listen to it.
- I play music in my car on the way to work, but not on my way home. That tradition started back when I worked at jobs that were so stressful, that I didn’t even feel like listening to anything once the day was over.
- I HAVE to listen to either Sunflower, Circles, Better Now, or A Thousand Bad Times once a day. Only on the weekends do I listen to my entire playlist while writing my story.
- I will only remove my headphones while at the café if they are playing a song I really like.
I always listen to music with my earphones on.
I normally listen to music when I’m on the train to university. That’s either two hours of listening to music or just half an hour if a friend gets on the train as well. Other than that, I don’t really have a habit, I just listen to music whenever I want to
@Music Do you have any music listening habits?
Grabbing my headphones and blasting my music while mowing the lawns. Haha. Thankful for wireless.
When I draw, practice, sometimes sleep, don’t want to be near my family, or just because. Every time is a good time for music.
Vibing to Spotify music whenever I have free time. It makes me feel hyped up.
For me I literally listening to Christmas and American music. But during Christmas music I usually sign language the tune.
Also I do have a Bluetooth EarPods I listen as well.
This has recently become a habit for me - I listen to K-pop whenever I’m studying because for some reason it helps me focus
An older habit would be that whenever I find a new song that I like, I listen to it on repeat until I find a new song
@Music - what about you?
I listen to music way too much, it’s the same music so I don’t branch out much.
Same. I don’t really branch out, either. And for some reason, I enjoy listening to music in my car way better than listening to it at home. It just hits different.
Relatable except all my favourite songs are slow and sad
If I’m going for a trip or going to places that is far away from home (but not far enough to call it as travelling such as shopping malls) I always have my earphones on while enjoying the scenery. So I may be not talking to anyone during the while journey.
Songs usually get stuck in my head when I don’t feel like listening to music.