Go read the cutting-edge scientific discoveries on Nature or something. I believe there is something about quantum dots, something about attosecond pulse lasers, and something something superconductivity. I'm not quite sure the title, but yeah go read them.
Richard Feymann's lecture on physics is a great resource in learning physics
I mean, for me, I really love physics from the bottom of my heart. I really find those theories of forces and elements interesting, fun to learn, and relevant to everyday life. So, I think I should love it and try to understand it step by step instead of just memorizing those formulas. Try to visualize and think about the situation stated in those questions as if it really appeared in front of you. Understand the significance of those formulas, go ahead and make sure that you are able to use them in a completely flexible way.