So I was taking a look at @studyquill ‘s 30 Day Summer Studyblr Challenge and I thought: Why not make something like that for back to school? So here it is!
If you don’t know what this is, basically you have a prompt for every day for a post centered around a certain theme. (in this case, back to school stuff)
Most of these posts would be great with pictures, but if you don’t want to, that’s fine! If you don’t like the prompt for a certain day, skip it! Feel free to interpret the prompts however you want. Make this challenge individual to you :)
Remember, it’s okay to skip a day (or five), and tag everything with:
#Studyblr Back To School Challenge
Day 1: Write down your goals/wishes for the new school year
Day 2: Your 1st day of school outfit
Day 3: Favorite school supplies
Day 4: Your backpack/book bag
Day 5: Favorite school lunch
Day 6: Your agenda/planner system
Day 7: Locker “Emergency Kit”
Day 8: Your fave study spot
Day 9: Studying/productivity playlist
Day 10: Favorite after school snack
Day 11: Funny school-related story
Day 12: Your clubs/extracurricular activities
Day 13: Your pencil case
Day 14: School-related advice
Day 15: Your study method(s)
Day 16: Apps that help you with school
Day 17: Your study session essentials
Day 18: Self-care/what you do in a study break
Day 19: Your afterschool routine
Day 20: What you would tell your younger self about school
Day 21: Photo of your notes
Day 22: Books you’re reading/book recs
Day 23: Favorite studyblrs (spread some love !!)
Day 24: Handwriting tag
Day 25: Your locker
Day 26: Favorite study snacks
Day 27:Your favorite motivational quote
Day 28: Advice for a subject you’ve already taken
Day 29: Masterpost for a subject you’re currently taking
Day 30: Reflection of how your school year has gone so far
And that’s it! Don’t hesitate to message me with any questions :)
i remember the best shit in elementary school was when you brought uncooked instant ramen to school for lunch in a container n you got to break the block up and shit was so good and everyone was so jealous. that was the best.
my first day at work was really great. it was supposed to be a couple hours shorter, but i kept saying yes to things and now i’m super tired!! for some reason i expected to have less to do, but there’s a lot and i’m glad. also i planned to eat elementary school kid lunch that i brought and have my coffee but my boss was like, “come with me to this place and let’s talk.” so i did that and now i’m having a giant iced latte at 6pm. welp.
Great news for schools and kids is bad news at Fox. Schools in high-poverty areas can now offer free school lunches to all students. This will help alleviate child hunger, improve academic achievement and saves the school money by decreasing administrative costs.
But Fox News hears this and thinks that it’s somehow bad news. We’ll let the guest explain their reasoning:
The problem we have … [with] poor children right now is obesity, and not the fact that they’re not getting enough calories.