100 Things To Do In Your Study Break:
  1. Go for a walk.
  2. Do some cleaning.
  3. Play with your pet.
  4. Call your Mum/Dad
  5. Text a friend.
  6. Get some tea/coffee
  7. Read the headlines
  8. Do a crossword
  9. Have a dance
  10. Do yoga
  11. Catch up on your favourite blogs
  12. Organise your workspace
  13. Write a short story
  14. Sketch a picture
  15. Paint your nails
  16. Read a chapter of a book.
  17. Make origami
  18. Look at some art
  19. Meditate
  20. Journal
  21. Do a good deed.
  22. Eat some fruit
  23. Watch the clouds
  24. Do a full body stretch
  25. Try juggling
  26. Read a comic book.
  27. Start a scrapbook
  28. Sit outside for a bit
  29. Do some breathing exercises.
  30. Do some Sudoku.
  31. Watch some TV.
  32. Have a singalong.
  33. Play an instrument
  34. Start a Pinterest account
  35. Watch a TED talk
  36. Write a to-do list
  37. Play brain games
  38. Listen to really old pop music
  39. Do the dishes
  40. Read
  41. Make paper snowflakes/paper chains
  42. Clean out your bag and wallet
  43. Play hangman or naughts and crosses (tic-tac-toe) with someone
  44. Watch videos of puppies or kitties playing
  45. Do jumping jacks
  46. Do your laundry
  47. Start using Evernote
  48. Have a snack
  49. Read a magazine
  50. Discover some new music
  51. Daydream
  52. Watch funny videos on Youtube.
  53. Create a plan for studying
  54. Have a Facebook chat with some friends.
  55. Do a household chore.
  56. Read some poetry.
  57. Try writing some poetry.
  58. Do some colouring.
  59. Go on google maps and see the world.
  60. Play a video game.
  61. Do some gardening/water your plants.
  62. Take an online quiz
  63. Listen to a podcast
  64. Lift some weights
  65. Take out the trash
  66. Schedule any doctor and dentist appointments that are due
  67. Make a new playlist
  68. Answer some emails
  69. Sort through your junk mail
  70. Write a blog post
  71. Make a meal plan
  72. Get a glass of water
  73. Give yourself a hand or neck massage
  74. Check your social media
  75. Make your bed
  76. Plan a trip
  77. Sew something
  78. Pick some flowers
  79. Write down your goals
  80. Sort through the documents and files on your computer
  81. Learn some new words.
  82. Make a smoothie
  83. Do a puzzle
  84. Rearrange your books
  85. Reflect on your day so far
  86. Play catch
  87. Create a bucket list.
  88. Sort your stationery; get rid of old pens.
  89. Play a game on your phone
  90. Try to replicate a famous painting
  91. Read some fanfiction
  92. Fold the laundry
  93. Make a friendship bracelet
  94. Write a haiku
  95. Try to find the ten gnomes
  96. Update your calendar
  97. Update your CV/resume
  98. Do an online search for jobs
  99. Check the fridge and throw out anything that’s gone off
  100. Make bubbles.
50 Things To Do Between Your Study Sessions

1. Go for a walk
2. Get some snacks
3. Do some cleaning
4. Text someone you haven’t talked to in a long time
5. Call your parents/siblings
6. Get a coffee/tea
7. Read/watch news
8. Short dancing session
9. Draw random sketches
10. Work in your bullet journal
11. Plan out the next meal
12. Do yoga
13. Go to the bathroom
14. Watch one episode of your favorite TV show
15. Take a 20 minutes nap
16. Plan out the next day
17. Call a friend
18. Stretch a little
19. Go on tumblr
20. Watch YouTube videos
21. Make some funny snapchat pics and send it to your friends
22. Read some quotes
23. Write a blog post
24. Go grocary shopping
25. Water your plants
26. Write down 10 positive facts about you
27. Reflect on your week
28. “I’m grateful for…”
29. Post an instagram picture
30. Clean up your desk
31. Write a letter to a friend/family
32. Listen to audiobooks
33. Cook something delicious
34. Play a game
35. Make a new profile picture
36. Set the alarm for the next day
37. Fill out your habit tracker
38. Make a smoothy
39. Write a short story
40. Go jogging
41. Catch uo with your favorite blogs
42. Fine an outfit for the next day
43. Take a shower
44. Read
45. Look over old letters or photos
46. Reorganize you supplies
47. Make some new room decoration
48. Listen to music
49. Sing
50. Lay on your bed and daydream

I want to be a hoe. I want to go out and have fun with my friends. Dance on a few guys. Kiss whomever, whenever, wherever. Get take out for date night. Have squad gatherings in a modern art museum. Dye my hair a funky color. Get a few piercings. Reinvent my image. Let my ass get fatter and my skin clearer. Buy cute well fitting bras and panties. Invest in nice sheets. Build sand castles. Go on a ghost tour. Wave at tourist. Collect men’s athletic wear from my lovers. Read one book a week. Sing in the shower. And most importantly love myself.

This spell will attract a steady stream of money into your life

You will need:

- a green candle

- dark chocolate pieces (must be dark chocolate for wealth spells, milk chocolate is for nurturing and friendship)

- a cinnamon stick

- a clove

- milk

- a cauldron (or pot) and a wooden spoon.


Place the candle near your stove and light it. Put the milk, dark chocolate pieces, cinnamon stick and the clove into the pot and heat it on a low heat. Stir it gently, look into the pot and chant as you stir:

 “Money stream continuously into my life, from all sources, and all thrives. Wealth accumulate, my fortune create. This is my will so shall it be. Harm to none, nor return on me.”

 While you are doing this visualize a steady stream of money flowing to you. When the chocolate has all melted, pour the liquid into a green, brown, gold or white cup and then sit back, relax and enjoy drinking your hot chocolate!