40 Things I Did This Week Instead Of Studying For Finals
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40 Things I Did This Week Instead Of Studying For Finals

Lots of movies, not enough studying.

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40 Things I Did This Week Instead Of Studying For Finals
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As we all know, finals season is in full swing and college students across the country are eyeballs deep in work. I am no exception: six courses and 19 credits do not make for an easy finals week schedule. I have had papers, tests, presentations and evaluations to complete, sometimes all four for one class. However, I am a procrastinator extraordinaire and have managed to put all of my work off until literally the day before it is all due. How have I been spending my time, you ask? Well ...

1. Decorating my apartment for Christmas

2. Doing dishes eight times a day, even if there is just one spoon in the sink

3. Drinking copious amounts of coffee for no other reason besides the taste

4. Cleaning out the fridge of all the expired healthy food that we said we were going to eat but never did

5. Making to-do lists and then never actually doing anything on them.

6. Writing this article

7. Catching up on "New Girl" episodes that I missed

8. Re-watching "The Office" for the eighth time

9. Hosting a party

10. Wrapping Christmas presents


11. Watching the 2004 teen movie "Sleepover" starring Alexa Vega

12. Stringing lights around our kitchen and almost falling off the counter in the process

13. Cleaning and re-cleaning my room

14. Printing out a bunch of papers that I don't actually need

15. Texting my roommate about how bored I am


16. Eating literally all of my snacks

17. Trying to figure out where to order food from next since our refrigerator is empty and no one wants to go food shopping since we're all leaving in six days

18. Going to see "Office Christmas Party"

19. Counting down the days until my 21st birthday

20. Planning our apartment's 21st birthday bash, which is three months away


21. Buying tickets to go see "Why Him?" on opening day

22. FaceTiming my brother

23. Making pasta, which was interrupted by the fire alarm going off in my apartment building

24. Eating Cookie Butter straight out of the jar

25. Taking unnecessarily long showers


26. Applying for internships (someone please hire me)

27. Making playlists on Spotify

28. Making my Christmas list

29. Complaining about how drafty it is in our apartment

30. Watching Vine compilations


31. Watching SNL skits and talk show interviews on YouTube

32. Making chicken nuggets and pizza rolls at 1:30 a.m.

33. Meeting my friend's puppy

34. Sleeping in late and then staying in bed for an hour doing nothing

35. Checking my Timehop


36. Experimenting with the new group chat on Snapchat

37. Trying to figure out what to get my mom for her birthday

38. Re-reading Amy Poehler's autobiography "Yes Please" aka my favorite book of all time

39. Playing a heated game of Taboo with my roommates

40. Spending time with my friends before we all leave for winter break

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