It is officially the last day of class. You and your friends optimistically decide:
Study Days have officially commenced!
Day 1: Denial
It's the first day of study days and you know you need to study. However, the pull towards your computer is too real. So you sit and watch Netflix, denying everything you need to be doing.
And when your friends ask you to come study with them:
But by the end of the day, you realize you only watched TV all day, so you say to yourself:
Day 2: Anger
It's the second day of study days and you've decided that today is the day to actually start studying for finals.
You start looking at everything you have to do, but then you get frustrated and angered by all your responsibilities:
But you get even more angry with yourself for spending most of the day watching Netflix again.
Day 3: Bargaining
It's the third day of study days and you HAVE to start studying today. As you sit down to start studying, you bargain with yourself. I will spend an hour studying and then I can reward myself with an episode of Netflix/YouTube/Hulu/HBO.
However, once you reward yourself and finish your episode:
After watching three more episodes than you're supposed to you, you promise yourself:
Day 4: Depression
It's day four of study days and you woke up around 11 a.m. with a pep in your step and study right away.
Once it's 2 p.m., you've realized that you've gotten less than half of your studying done.
But by 10 PM, you still are only a little more than half of the way there:
And when your friends ask you how studying all day was:
Day 5: Acceptance
It's day five of study days and you've finally accepted that fact that you can't get everything done.
You have realized what it takes to get through a day of studying.
After you finish studying for the day, you realize that maybe you can do this.