Let’s Talk About Music: Are Headphones Your Daily Pals?

Can you imagine life without music? I know I can’t, I start and end the day with music. Even if we don’t notice it, music is everywhere around us; you go shopping, you hear it at the stores and supermarkets, you go around the city you hear street musicians play, you go to restaurants or cafés and it accompanies your drinks and dinner.

Even if you aren’t much of a person into music, I’m sure you’d agree it’s the ingredient that makes any moment or day beautiful, bearable, especially knowing there’s the right song for any mood you’re in. Along with this it’s a strategic element when you want to learn a language, for example, so before learning apps existed music was my means to work on language learning skills.

urbanears headphones

Since it takes up such a significant part of my life of course I’m equipped with a pair of urbanears headphones that I use while I’m doing the dishes, the laundry, cleaning at home, getting creative with work, going shopping, running, cycling, you name it. In fact, I’m wearing them as I’m writing this post.

They’ve been my pals as long as I’ve been a mum, so I never have to worry whether my daily need for music would disrupt Matthew’s sleep though he’s come to get used to my music choices since he was in my belly; yes, babies learn while in the womb!

If you ask what I love about my headphones it’s got to be fact they’re cord-free so I can move freely, no restriction. Also, you can use them for 14 hours straight with a single charge; this is something I highly appreciate because I’m one of those people who don’t bother much with the charging. Tell me in comments if you’re like me, let’s show my husband there are more of us!

Keeping hygiene at an all-time high of course I’m concerned about bacteria which is why the design of the urbanears headphones with washable parts (the headband and ear cushions specifically) are a great option if you like giving them a wash without the worry of damaging them in any way.

As a mum I try to teach Matthew things I know, including things related to the health so knowing how listening to too much music with the headphones can be harmful, especially if it’s loud, I tell him why it’s important to limit the time to two hours maximum per day with the volume as low as possible and never let him use them, he knows he’s too young for this still and luckily doesn’t make a fuss about it.

I’d like to hear from you, how often do you listen to music and wear the headphones daily?

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