Have you ever felt as if you have a world-renowned taste for music? Do you find yourself questioning if you should become a professional disk jockey? There’s definitely a psychological answer to those questions.

Music has an obvious impact on our mood. Often times, we use music as a catalyst to exercise, study, or self-meditate. We can compound that impact by listening to our favorite songs of our childhood, adolescence, or early adulthood.

In 2018, Stacy Colino wrote an article on U.S. News which outlined some of the benefits we can receive from listening to nostalgic music.

Healthy Nostalgia can provide inspiration, motivation, a glimpse of your authentic self, boost our critical thinking for problem-solving, provide us with a greater sense of meaning, and improve relationships.

The combination of nostalgia and music can be an amazing tool.