Senioritis is kicking in. Hard. Okay, let’s be real. It kicked in before winter break. So, as I sit in the library and contemplate what paper I should start writing next and how I’m going to pass biology, I have decided to create a list of all of the things that I could do this weekend instead of studying. You know, in case you need any ideas.
Have a dance party. When is a dance party not a good idea? Set down your math book for, like, ten minutes and just dance it out.
Take a nap. Because, let’s be honest, you’ve been sleep deprived since approximately 10th grade.
Channel your inner Anna. Trust me, the clock is probably more interesting than you think. And it’s definitely more interesting than your biology textbook.
Go on a roadtrip. Is there any better feeling in the world than driving on a country road with your windows open after a long, cold winter? Nope. Didn’t think so.
Kiss somebody. Anybody, really. According to CNN, kissing not only reduces blood pressure but also amps up your happy hormones and even burns a few calories. Seriously. Check it out here if you don’t believe me.
Read a book. One that you’ve been wanting to read since you were probably 15 but have never had time to read because of school. Well, okay, you might be a little too old for that one now. But find a book and read it.
Go for a run. Exercise is good for you!
…on second thought, eat a pizza. Because running is really, really hard and pizza is delicious.
Drink wine. Wine is also delicious and also much better than studying. Plus, it will make you feel better (and, inevitably, worse) about the fact that you’re graduating in three weeks.
Then actually work out. All of that pizza and wine is not good for your kanga pouch, I promise. It doesn’t have to be a run, though, because we already established that running is way too hard.
Drink coffee. All the coffee.
Snuggle. With your SO, best friend or pillow pet. I don’t care. Just snuggle the day away.
Try to study? I mean, I guess you could attempt to study a little bit….
Realize that graduation is less than a month away. Don’t think about it. Seriously. Don’t. We all know what’s going to happen if you sit down and actually think about the fact that YOU’RE GRADUATING, LIKE, REALLY REALLY SOON…