Here are some ideas of quick things you can do in your breaks between revision:
Go for a walk or run - it doesn’t have to be long; just get moving!
Stretch or do yoga
Put on your favourite song and have a dance party
Make yourself a snack to get you through the next bit of revision
Make a smoothie
Make a cup of tea or coffee
Prepare dinner so you don’t have to do it later
Read a chapter or two of the book you’re currently reading
Call up a friend - but make sure you don’t chat for too long!
Go to talk to your family/whoever is in the house
Have a scroll down the #studyblr tag
Take and post a studyblr photo
Watch an episode of your favourite TV show (if they are short episodes!)
Watch a youtube video
Watch a TED talk
Do some gardening
Have a bath or shower
Practise breathing/mindfulness exercises
Take a power-nap (if you can, they’re not for everyone)
Write a to-do list for tomorrow
Plan your week out/bullet journal
Doodle and/or colour
Organise your desk/study area
Clean your room
Do the dishes/chores
Read the latest news
Check and reply to emails
Practise your instrument (if you play one)
A lot of these are things you can do in 5-10 minute breaks; but some have the potential to turn your quick break into hours of procrastination, so it’s a good idea to set an alarm at the start of your break to avoid this!
Summary: After you end your relationship with Bellamy, he just can’t seem to let you go. Will he give up or will he win you back?
Bellamy stood at the edge of the loading bay. He heard the loud purr of the truck engine and knew it was approaching before it came revving through the hangar gates. As he watched it come to a complete stop, he tightly crossed his arms and waited for the passengers to disembark. Bellamy’s eyes scanned over the group, seemingly searching for a single person, and when that person was found, his eyes followed them.
Bellamy’s breath got caught in his chest as he watched you step out of the large shipping trailer. He gulped anxiously and felt the perspiration forming on his palms, knowing that at one point, he would’ve been there to offer you his hand and guide you down from that trailer. And that your hand should still be his to hold.
You were the one that decided to end the relationship, citing that your own personal issues and insecurities stopped you from being a suitable partner. It was a real “it’s not you; it’s me” moment and though it seemed cliché, Bellamy went along with it purely out of respect but he never wanted things to end. Not even in a million years.
Bellamy straightened himself out, tucked his shoulders back, and stood tall as he wiped his hands on his jacket. He relaxed his heartbroken expression into one of indifference, one that gave the appearance of detachment only to mask the fact that he was so full of pain.
Bellamy approached you as you unloaded supplies from the truck. He immediately stepped in to grab a box that seemed far too heavy for you to carry alone.