After School Breaks
Lets all be honest and say that we all saw this chapter coming after the previous one, which was school breaks. I mean seriously. We all know the struggle before, during, and after breaks. They're hard to adjust to. I'm feeling the struggle right now, and I'm not happy about it. My mother was so concerned and asked if everything went well at school today, and I said yes of course and as any born mother she didn't believe me because she thinks I'm a rebellious teenage girl that keeps secrets from her, but that's not the point at hand here. We all struggle with breaks period.
So, to survive the aftershocks of a break you need to do these things:
Simple things that we all tell ourselves, but are completely oblivious to those things when the time comes. Also, they are things we are yearning to do.
| Sleep |
This is something that we want to do, but just don't do. We want to hang out with friends or finish the last episode of the final season in a TV series that we just started in the beginning of the break. We are all guilty of those two things. Mine was the friends. Sadly I watched my brother do the other, and now he's struggling but got through because of a lot of food and relaxation. So, yes. You can do two and not the other.
What I mean by sleep is this. A couple of days before the day you have to return to school, slowly get back into the routine that you do during school. This is hard, but just set the alarm thirty minutes back from nine or eight because that seems to be most people's automatic wake up time before they go back to sleep during the breaks. You can even set back an hour if the break is short, but the main thing is to get back into the swing of things.
This is something that is a must for summer break. I'm telling you. It's a must.
| Eat |
So eating should be no problem for most people, but here comes the hard part. Don't eat too much. Yes, it is very hard and we all want to eat like it's Thanksgiving with junk food, but it's school and we have to hold ourselves until 11:30-1:00 for the lunch periods. So, the same thing applies to the eating as does the sleeping.
| Relax |
This is something that most people need to put down as a must in their lives during breaks. Breaks are literally times to be relaxing, but they don't do it because they think back and see if they have any homework, when most of the time they don't. So, to make this work out, save something for the last few days that will calm your nerves and try to put everything away that will stress you out in the beginning of the break. The number one thing for people on here (movellas) is reading a book. I mean seriously. You found this place to read what people wrote, or just write stories out yourself. If not then I don't know what you're doing on here. If it's to make friends or just because of a friend from the real world then that's none of my business.
Another thing that'll help you calm down is watching some movies. Like:
• Paper Towns
• Vampire Academy
• Marvel Avenger Series
• Mission Impossible Series
• The Great Gatsby
Those are some movies that I know are online that everyone can watch for free. All you have to do is type in the title of the movie then: megashare. So if you want to watch Paper Towns, this will be what you need to type:
Paper Towns megashare
You can try it with other movies that you might want to watch, but those are just some that you can watch without stressing out and thinking of a movie because that's not my objective here, but to calm all your nerves almost every movie that has been released on DVD is going to work. This will also work on a phone of any kind that has wifi.
Another thing that you can do that doesn't have to deal with technology, is to walk around the neighborhood or go out somewhere alone, with a sibling, or with friends. Just getting out and getting some fresh air is good for the brain to feel a little lighter, but for the Juniors and Seniors out there. Just hit the books and study for the ACT and SAT. (there will be a chapter for that also)
Comment down below any other tips or guides that you want me to do, and if this tip/guide that I just posted helped you in any way and tell me about the results. If it doesn't work out... I'm sorry in advance. Again, this is how I got through this certain problem, but it does work for every person that I told these hints to so if it doesn't work out... then please tell me about it by commenting and I'll help you out as much as I can.