One has to do with finding a good study spot. If there's no one around and watching TV, there's a spot I like to study as recommended by my cat (cats know the best spots). It's the carpet of the living room where the sun comes in and leaves a warm sunny spot that moves throughout the morning. Studying on the floor has an advantage because it is harder to fall asleep.
I do have to take an occasional break once in a while. One of my favorite things to do is play peek-a-boo on the stairs with my nephew.
Hopefully exposure to study materials is not a health hazard and will not be considered a form of child abuse.
He flew back to Alabama today and I'll miss him, especially his goofy expressions. I could always use a laugh.
Most people have heard that listening to music is a good study technique; what I have found to be helpful and enjoyable listening to an Icelandic group called Sigur Ros. I find their music to be very beautiful and mind-stimulating. Plus, it is easier to not be distracted when I don't know the words. I have learned that it is still possible to get their songs stuck in my head, so the best I can do is a fake - falsetto-Icelandic rendition. I think it would be hilarious to try to make anyone do this at a social gathering. There's a few samples of their music below.
Well, on to more studying... heart murmurs, pharm, and arrythmias are calling me. Until next time...