5 Things You Can Do Instead Of Studying For Midterms
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5 Things You Can Do Instead Of Studying For Midterms

Surefire methods of procrastination, right here.

5 Things You Can Do Instead Of Studying For Midterms
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1. Look at cat videos.

Look at this cutie. Isn’t she cute? Cats are just too good and pure for us. I don't care if you're a dog person or not -- no one can resist the allure of cat videos, especially a student desperate for ways to avoid studying for an exam.

2. Meditate.

Mindful meditation has proven to alleviate anxiety and stress, so if you feel bad about yourself procrastinating for the midterm, just sit down, cross your legs, and just be.

3. Check out some videos within the plain weird side of YouTube.

All you dank memers will thank me later. In the words of our orange-faced, tiny-fingered friend Donald Trump, “believe me.”

4. Or, maybe you just want a light laugh?

Your next pickup line: “Hey, girl, wanna be the coffee table to my sofa?”

5. Stumble upon a new artist.

Take Billie Marten, for example. She reminds me of dried rose petals, poetry written on bathroom walls, and the color beige. If you’re into light, acoustic folk, check out her songs “As Long As” (linked above) and “Milk and Honey.”

Happy midterm season, folks. I pray that you all survive and emerge out in one piece.

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