14 Ways To Avoid Your Homework
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14 Ways To Avoid Your Homework

When college is your whole entire life 24/7.

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14 Ways To Avoid Your Homework

College is one of the most difficult things in existence. If you even think about taking over recommended hours I would have to suggest psychiatric attention. Take it from someone taking over hours, you will literally do nothing but homework all of the time for the whole semester. I don't think I have been away from my laptop for longer than three hours at a time in at least three months. There is something seriously wrong with that statement so I have been trying at all costs to get my homework done faster and avoid all other responsibilities. I suggest to all college students to do something other than school work for at least a little while a day and here are some of my favorite options.

1. Eat with someone.

Human interaction may be a social construct but it is very important because without it you will forget how to have civilized conversations. Also, any excuse for Spaghetti is a good thing.

2. Hike

Fresh air and just being in nature kind of helps relieve some of the stress of always staring at a computer screen all day.

3. Read

It sometimes has to be something school related so you can stay caught up but just reading something fun after textbook after textbook you can be reminded how much you love reading.

4. Netflix

Netflix: Every college students one true love.

5. Workout

If it has been a while, it's going to be absolutely terrible but just sweating out some toxins and getting some exercise will make you feel about 400000000X better.

6. Call your parents.

They are nice and love you and sometimes send you money.

7. Call your grandparents.

They are nice and love you and sometimes send you more money.

8. Play a video game.

Mindless brain candy and improving your motor skills? It's a win/win!

9. Do your laundry.

It's not always the most fun but it's something that easily gets forgotten and at least it isn't another research paper.

10. Clean your room.

It isn't really fun either but the sense of accomplishment is enough to make it worth it.

11. Go food shopping.

Macaroni and Beanie Weenies and Ramen Noodles, and fruit and chips and salsa and Oreo's and happiness and joy and food.

12. Sleep.

You can't be worried when you aren't awake!

13. SLEEP.

Really.

14. Say it again so they can hear it in the back: SLEEP!

Get out from behind the computer and get out and just do something that's makes you happy guys. Grades are important but they aren't everything.


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