Getting through a busy week

8:30:00 AM


This semester has left me with little time for leisure and a big pile of homework. Time feels like it's moving all too fast. Constantly writing things to do in my planner and actually getting them done feels really satisfying. I haven't been doing anything too exciting other than homework and coloring in my coloring book for me to blog about but I hope you enjoy the rest of this post! 



Here are some tips, and helpful words to help you get through your busy weeks! 


1. Write out your day. I usually use my note section on my phone, as well as a real planner to write out my assignments for the day. If something has to be done by the next day, make sure you do that first. 

2. Take a 10 minute break. Stressing out for seven hours straight cannot be good for you. Taking a ten minute break and just sitting down before moving onto your next task can be really helpful. 

3. Color. I mentioned my adult coloring book before, and you've seen it on this instagram post! I love it (I got a new one for Easter). It's relaxing and really calming. You can get one for $4 at your local WalMart. 

4. Watch YouTube. Yes you might be procrastinating, but again, taking time to just watch a funny video can be relaxing and revamp you to keep up your work!
5. Take a deep breath. YOU CAN DO IT! Each minute that passes is one more minute to Friday which is nearly Saturday anyway!

6. Plan for the next week. Planning meals takes a lot of stress away right there, and planning chores on whatever days you need to get stuff done can keep you right on track. You're doing amazing. 

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9. Pack your favorite snack. Sometimes it's the little things that can make your day even a little better and that's all that counts. 

10. Treat Yourself. I know you're probably trying to stick to those New Years Resolutions but if you've had an extremely bad day, just splurge on that ice cream, or that chocolate cake. It's okay. take a deep breath and start over tomorrow. 


Sometimes looking forward to things and creating a timeline makes the week go faster. That's all that's helping me as I inch closer and closer to the end of the semester. If it's been a bad week, or a bad day I really like to work it off or color, or drink tea, or sit and watch YouTube. 

What do you like to do? How do you plan for a busy week and stay relaxed? I love reading your comments! Make sure to tell me if you liked this type of post! 
xx

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6 comments

  1. it is true! x
    jess x | wellwellgirls.blogspot.com

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  2. Still need to get in on this colouring craze but I totally agree with writing out your day. I often include something I've already done in my to-do list to get that sense of accomplishment before I've even started (sounds like I'm cheating but it really does work!!) x

    Viva Epernay

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    1. I love it! I'm glad you stopped by! :)

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  3. Really lovely tips for transforming your day! I practise number 4. too much and need to remember the others too xD I'd love to try the colouring book! xx

    elizabeth ♡ ”Ice Cream” whispers Clara | (doing follow for follow on bloglovin or instagram)

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  4. really personally hate being busy all the time
    Stefanie | Casualllyawkward | Bloglovin'

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