Preparing Ourselves For Thanksgiving Break!
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Preparing Ourselves For Thanksgiving Break!

Thanksgiving break is coming for us college students, and it's time to go all out.

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Preparing Ourselves For Thanksgiving Break!
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Thanksgiving is around the corner, and colleges have either started or about to start their first break of the year! Whether you commute or dorm; plan to stay in the dorms, or visit family over the break, all of us college students know that it is time to kick back and enjoy our beloved freedom from school. And procrastinate on homework.

I decided to take a break myself from serious topics (at least this week) and make a list for things we are grateful for the break and enjoy our alone time! ...until Thanksgiving comes and we have to face family, BUT ANYWAY--

1. NO MORE CLASSES!

Let's start this list with a bang! Turn off those alarm clocks that ring every 5 minutes; unpack that backpack full of papers and projects; relax your whole body from the incessant headaches and blistering feet; SLEEP ALL DAY--You have a week without classes! Or five days, like me.

At last we have a break from our professors and the loads of work they attack us with for weeks on end! It's time to make our brains stop thinking and learning for a little while.

Speaking of...

2. CATCH UP TO ALL THE THINGS!

I'm both dreading and anticipating this one because there's so much I have to catch up to, and I'm sure you do as well. For me, it's the rest of season seven of The Walking Dead (I ALREADY WATCHED THE FIRST EPISODE AND WROTE ABOUT IT HERE), season 4 of RBWY, a bunch of anime listed on my endless list typed on my phone, and tons of Youtube videos on my 'Watch Later' playlist. I am very guilty of binge-watching things, but shameless and even dare I say proud of it!

3. DO MY OWN PERSONAL STUFF!

This is more of a personal one, but we all have our hobbies and quirks we do in our free time. It can be simple things like listening to music, or as I mentioned earlier, watching Youtube videos, playing video games non-stop,

An example for myself would be drawing characters and writing stories that I enjoy, not art projects required from my university. Even in art school, many students and I in artistic fields have to take required 'core' art courses and even a few gen-ed classes here and there such as writing and science, so no even I'm not off the hook with that.

4. PULLING ALL THE ALL-NIGHTERS!

SLEEP? WHAT?! I CAN SLEEP ALL DAY LONG! But at night... that's when 'me' time begins, people! I may or may not have been guilty of staying up until 5 a.m. playing Sims...

But I'm just glad to spend extra hours watching shows or drawing! ...not like I have not already been doing so during the school year. Nope. Not at all. Yes.

And last, but not least...

5. EATING. ALL. THE. FOOD!

It's Thanksgiving, and it wouldn't be without food! Well, you have prepared yourself for all the things above. You got your laptop ready, all the tabs going and plugged in for good measure. It's 2 a.m. already, but no one is going to stop you! It's time to devour that giant bag of chips waiting in the closet!

Be careful about filling yourself up Wednesday night and/or Thursday morning, otherwise that Turkey is not going to fit into your stomach.

HAPPY BREAK AND THANKSGIVING EVERYONE! Plus Black Friday and Cyber Monday!


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