21 Things I Would Rather Do Than Do Homework

21 Things I Would Rather Do Than Do Homework

You're Probably Avoiding Homework Right Now
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Now that midterms are upon college students all across America, it’s like I can hear the collective sighs, and cries, of those students in the fall breeze. If you’re overdoing homework every second of the day, you’re not alone. Here are some things I would rather do than sit down for another minute of homework

1. The Myers-Briggs Test

2. Shave My Head

3. Run A Marathon

4. Give Up Chick-Fil-A

5. Babysit for Free

6. Deep Clean the House in Fight Club

7. Join Fight Club

8. Sit Through a Silent Film

9. Stick My Hand in Hot Water

10. Walk on Shards of Glass

11. Sit Next to a Screaming Baby on a 10 Hour Flight

12. Listen to Bros Complain

13. Listen to Someone in Middle School Complain about School

14. Be Surrounded by Couples Partaking in PDA

15. Let Someone Roast Me

16. Have Someone Tell Me How to Live My Life

17. Try to Explain Black Holes

18. Not Being Able to Itch My Nose for An Extended Amount of Time

19. Watch Paint Dry

20. Calculate Your Calories for the Day

21. Stalk People You Know From High School on Facebook

Are some of these overdramatic? Sure. Are some of these a bit excessive? Yes, but so is the amount of coursework students are having to deal with. No matter where you are in your school career, except for middle school there’s no reason for you to be stressing, just know that before you know it Thanksgiving Break will be here. Soon, your troubles will be drowned in gravy and stuffing so before you go crazy because of the school work surrounding you, take a break, relax, and know that you’re not alone in the struggle bus that is schoolwork.

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Education System in India

Current Education System in India
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Education as it's said is the key foundation of a child's future. Education system in India lays down a exceptional foundation of a child's education so very excellently by focusing on not just one but giving commensurate importance to all subjects even in the early stages of schooling.

With new technologies coming up like every single day, system of education in India and worldwide is changing rapidly. With the introduction of digital teaching appliances, classrooms are now being turned into smart-classes.

Impact of internet has totally changed the idiosyncrasy and praxis of education in India as well as all over the world. Students too proffer online education rather than waking up early every morning to go to school.

With the investiture of over thousands of new international private schools, it is also a great step towards opening a new path to outer world for Indian students to compete on an international platform. Not only this facility motivates them but also gives them the opportunity and confidence to represent themselves on an international platform.

Education is now seen as a better way of investing money. The cost of education, be it in a government or a private school has increased a lot and is likely to increase much more in coming years. But none can ignore the fact that "An investment in knowledge pays the best interest".

The 'Annual Education Budget' of the government has increased a lot over the years. Government has allocated Rs 85,010 crore as the Education Budget for the year 2018-19 starting from 1 April.

Though 'Education System in India' is prone to many ups and downs but still our country has produced some brilliant gems to be admired by the world.

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An Argument For Relaxation

Please, take a break!
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Hey, you! Yes, you! Reading this article right now! I'm guessing that you're procrastinating for some reason right now –– I can relate.

After all, I am procrastinating studying for a test by writing this article. We're all in the same boat, and that's why I feel like I can share something with you. Nothing too deep, nothing too dramatic, just a truth that I discovered recently that I think might help you out. Ready for it?

Ok, here it goes: you can take a break.

That seems obvious at first glance: "Of course I can take a break!" you say. "Why, I take a break every half hour or so to check Instagram!" And I support those kinds of breaks, the mindless ones where you don't need to think as hard. However, the kind of break I'm talking about is the one that takes up more than five minutes. Instead, I want you to find time to take break that is far more substantial, one where you can spend time with friends or nap or read or go for a run or just do something that feels good to you, even if you haven't finished up all of your homework yet.

This sort of break takes a good sense of balancing, of course: you can't just ignore all your work while relaxing. Instead, try to find a good time to set down your calculus equations and history essays so you can recharge and refocus before finally finishing everything up. This sort of practice might take some time to figure out fully, but I promise you, when you finally are able to balance work and play, you'll feel like your life is far more fun (and focused!) than it was before you could both study and spend time with those you love.

This article isn't meant to provide step by step instructions, because taking breaks is a personal experience: instead, try to find your own system, and be sure to keep up the practice until you can finally say that you've mastered the art of the study break.

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