The 5 Stages Of Getting Ready For School
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The 5 Stages Of Getting Ready For School

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The 5 Stages Of Getting Ready For School

The process of getting ready for school in the morning is not so pleasant. I think a lot of people can agree that getting up at the crack of dawn to get to class on time can be a hassle. You have so many things to do, like picking an outfit, eating your breakfast, packing your bag, finishing a last-minute assignment, and more things that I can’t even think of. Therefore the stages of getting ready for school is rather entertaining, so here they are.

1. Waking up.

The minute that annoying sound of your alarm goes off, you probably jump in your sleep or probably scream at your phone because of how early it is. You especially whine about the volume of the alarm as well in addition to pressing the snooze button multiple times.

2. Checking to see if school miraculously gets cancelled.

After killing your alarm clock, possibly dropping your phone on the ground, you pick up the remains of your phone and look to see if school decides to be cancelled that day. Nowadays, classes get cancelled when it isn’t even snowing out, so you may have a great chance.

3. Check Social Media.

If school isn’t cancelled, you come to accept the fact that you have to get through another day of school, you decide to stall some more and check your social media just incase the school changes its mind on school for the day.

4. Finding an outfit, quickly.

Okay, it’s time to accept the truth for real. School isn’t cancelled. Instead of sitting in bed for the next fifteen minutes, you come to realize that you have a short amount of time to get ready. So you get up, do your beauty routine and you try to find an impressive outfit.

5. You can’t find an outfit.

You can’t find anything to wear, or otherwise known as not finding your favorite shirt and jeans. Therefore, you proceed to scream at your closet saying, “I have nothing to wear.” So, you find the first two articles of clothing you see and put it on.

By the end of your morning routine you find yourself rushing like always finishing that last sentence of your essay, grabbing breakfast to go, and running like a chicken without your head. These are the stages of getting ready for school. Hope you enjoyed!

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