I think switching up where you study is a good habit to get into. It’s supposed to make you recall information better because your memory is attached to your environment. For example, if you study outside, you might associate the feel of the wind, the sound of birds and the smell of the neighbor’s barbecue with your study material. Then studying inside you may subconsciously pick up on the dimmer lighting, the sound of the tv in the other room and the scent of dinner cooking. These different associations help you remember better.