12 Things To Get You Through The Last 2 Weeks Of School
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12 Things To Get You Through The Last 2 Weeks Of School

You've been working hard all year, and you can definitely get through these last two weeks.

12 Things To Get You Through The Last 2 Weeks Of School

Okay, so we've pretty much made it. There are about two weeks of school left, and although that means that summer is just around the bend, it also means that you only have two weeks to get your life in order. Finals are coming up, final grades are about to go in, and it can be a pretty stressful time.

Even if you aren't struggling, it can still be hard to push through the last few weeks of the year. So, here are 12 ways to de-stress during your two-week panic.

1. Take a breath, and stop pulling your hair out.

Freaking out isn't going to help anything. Slow breaths, my friend.

2. Drink some water.

Having to run to the bathroom every five minutes will distract you from your troubles.

3. Eat something halfway decent for you.

Look good, feel good, my man.

4. Take a bath (or a shower if you live in a dorm.)

You'll probably feel at least a little better.

5. Stop trying to keep everything you need to do in your head.

Trying to keep everything in your head is a recipe for disaster. Go buy a planner.

6. Make yourself a cup of hot chocolate.

It's just delicious.

7. Go for a run.

Get on that runner's high and everything will be a-okay.

8. Read a book you really enjoy.

Fill your brain with something other than equations and literary themes.

9. Think about all the good things happening in your life.

There are good things going on in your life, I promise.

10. Do a face mask.

Then get up, and kick some butt with your perfectly smooth skin.

11. Study smarter, not harder.

Don't stay up studying all night if you don't need to, just look at the flashcards and ace your test.

12. Tell yourself you're doing fine, because you are.

It's not as bad as it looks, I promise. You're going to be okay.

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