At the start of a new semester, it always seems like there is more stress than ease going around. I switched from my usual metal and alternative mix for programming and moved into Celtic with a dash of Dido. I had forgotten how nice and calming it is. It helps sometimes to slow down and escape the details a bit when thinking of problems. Dido and soft Celtic are a great way to do that. Especially the slightly melancholy Siuil a Ruin.
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