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Why Listening to Instrumental Music Can Help You Be More Creative

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I can never study with music. I always get distracted by the lyrics and start vibing out the lyrics. I forget what sentence I left out on and have to start over. That’s why I love instrumental music to help me study. It helps me focus, no lyrics to distract me and the melody is fun to sweep me into a mood of creativity.

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Rosa de Saron C.

Rosa de Saron C.

I’m just a writer with a story. I enjoy art, photography, psychology, and travel. You can follow my creative journey at thecreativejourney.substack.com

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