My 2021 Bullet Journal Setup || Bullet Journaling

Hello friends! It’s 2021, can you believe it! Welcome to my 2021 bullet journal set up! In this blogpost, I’ll be sharing with you a flip through of my completed bullet journal, but if  you would like to see the process of me setting it up, I filmed the whole process and there’s a video up on my YouTube channel now that you can go watch! I’ll link it at the end of this blogpost as well.

Setting Up My 2021 Bullet Journal

The supplies I used this month are very similar to the ones that I have used previously: the Michaels Dot Grid Notebook, the Pentel Energel 0.7 black pen, and the Zebra Mildliners, but this year, I’m also using the Neutral Portrait 10-Pack of Tombow Dual Brush Pens, which I got for Christmas and that I’m super excited about!

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To start off, this is the bullet journal that I’ll be using: I’ve decorated it with some stickers from Redbubble and etsy such as this one (the rest are gifts so I’m not sure where they’re from).

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The first couple spreads in my 2021 bullet journal are my index and grid spacing chart, exactly like the ones I made last year, so I’m not going to show them. The one after that is my 2021 future log: I’m super pleased with how it turned out, and while it’s super time consuming to make, it’s also my favorite spread every year.

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After that, I have a couple of my yearly trackers, as well as my 2021 New Years Goals and Resolutions page. The left column of the yearly tracker is my photo-a-day tracker, which is a habit that I love keeping up, and the right column will be a very similar one, but one to track my reading instead. My goals and resolutions spread is the same as the one from last year: I felt it worked really well for me so I just duplicated it this year.DSC_0018

Next up are some spreads that are new, which I’ll be trying out this year! Instead of doing monthly habit trackers like I have been in the past, this year, I’m going to be trying out yearly habit trackers! It will save me the time of setting it up every month, and I think that being able to see habits tracked throughout the whole year will really motivate me and keep me on track with them!

They are structured like the photo-a-day one, with the months of the year written across the top and the days of the month going down the side. I’ll make a colored dot if I complete the habit that day, and I’m really looking forwards to seeing my habits tracked across a whole year!DSC_0020

Next up is my TBR and my 2021 favorites spread. 2020 wasn’t a great reading year for me, and so I really want to make an effort to read as much in 2021 as I can. On the left, I’ll be writing in books that I want to read, and on the right, I’ll be writing in books that I have read and enjoyed. I will also make another spread to track all the books that I’ve read this year, but it definitely won’t be as elaborate as this spread!DSC_0023

After that is my address book and happy mail tracker! In 2020 I really fell back in love with the art of pen-palling, and I wanted a place to track the addresses of the people I’m writing to, as well as when I wrote to them. On the left is my address book, where I’ll write the name of the person in the envelope “flap,” and their address in the envelope “body.” On the right is my happy mail tracker, with the columns “recipient,” “from,” “sent,” and “notes” to track the letters that I’ve received and sent out. I’m super excited to keep writing letters in the new year, and this spread will be perfect for organizing it!DSC_0025

After that is my social media growth tracker, as well as my blogpost tracker. Like last year, my Instagram growth tracker is in the shape of the notifications on Instagram, which I’ll color in as I hit milestones. My YouTube growth tracker is similar, except instead of Instagram notifications, I’ll be coloring in play buttons.

My goal for the year is to put out 24 blog posts and 12 videos, so the circles at the bottom of the YouTube tracker, as well as the entire spread on the right, is for tracking that. I’ll be able to mark whether I’ve put out a video, as well as write in the title of the blogposts that I publish.DSC_0029

Next up is my minimalism tracker. This is the least thought out spread I have, but on the left side, I’m tracking my decluttering process (the beginning of which I’ve been logging over on my Instagram) and on the right, I have a wishlist of things I want, so that I hopefully won’t impulse purchase as much. DSC_0031

The last spread that I’ll be sharing is my January monthly layout! I’m really pleased with how it turned out: now that I don’t have as many monthly habits to track, it’s much easier to make it pretty. At least, that’s what I think. This year, my goal is to focus on making my bullet journal more usable, and I definitely also want to make it prettier as well!DSC_0033

So that’s a flipthrough of the bullet journal I’ll be using for 2021! Like promised, here is the video of me setting it up:


So that’s my bullet journal for 2021! What was your favorite spread? Are you trying out any new trackers in 2021? What is your favorite stationery product? Leave me a comment and let me know!

5 Peaceful Habits You NEED to Implement This Semester & My First Day In My Apartment || College Lifestyle

Hey everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve written a productivity themed blogpost, and I’m super excited to be sharing one today! Today I’m here with 5 Peaceful Habits To Add To Your Day!

Since starting quarantine, I’ve done a lot of staring at screens, video calls, and not interacting with a ton of people, and it’s super easy to get caught up in the virtual world and forget to take care of yourself. At least, that’s how it’s been for me.

To help combat that, I’ve been experimenting on habits that I want to implement into my life to help me become a better person overall. I haven’t figured them all out yet, but I’ve been playing with them and I think they’re helping. Taking the time to slow down, step away from my screens, and practice some self care has been life saving to me and I hope these habits and tips help you out as well!

  1. Journaling. If you go back in the archives of this blog, you’ll see that there are a BUNCH of posts where I set a goal to journal more. I started journaling at the end of last year, and I’ve been doing that this year as well. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still doing it on and off (at the time of writing this I haven’t journaled in 3 days #oops) but it has been a habit that keeps me grounded and sane. It also reminds me of the day to day, and I have never once regretted having done it. My friend Grace Anne was the one who really encouraged me to start journaling, and she has two posts on her blog that have really helped me start journaling. You can find them here and here.
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  2. Drinking tea/having a ritual drink. Pre-quarantine, I never really drank tea: it would get cold too fast, or it wasn’t a flavor that I liked, or I didn’t have time to make it, and the list goes on and on. Since quarantine started, though, I have begun making a cup of tea in the evenings (and sometimes during the day too!) and just enjoying the calming process of doing so. If tea isn’t your thing (& I get it, it wasn’t for 20 years of my life!), any drink works for this. Whether it be hot coffee in your french press, making an iced matcha, even a glass of cold lemon water, slowing down and making yourself a drink is such a relaxing thing that you can do to create a peaceful spot during your day.
  3. Reading for pleasure. Since starting the semester back up again, I’ve been reading less and less. Textbook readings and recorded lectures have been my sink of free time, and I haven’t felt like picking up a book and just reading, like I used to do. Yesterday night, I finally sat down and finished the book that I was currently reading and it felt so. good. I know most of the people who follow me already read a lot, but if you haven’t in a while, here’s your reminder to go read a book, just for fun! You’ll love it, I promise.
  4. Making your space somewhere you enjoy. This is very much tied to my having moved recently (which, haven’t updated the blog on that! but I did!) but I’ve decorated my space here at college, as well as redone my space at home (you might remember my floating shelves project over the summer) and it’s just been so so good for the soul. I still haven’t finished my room here at school, but once it’s done I’m excited to show you! (hint: read more of this post for a clue 😉 ). Having a space you like being in is SO important right now, when we’re all staring at the same walls all. day. long.DSC_0365
    Declutter your stuff, print some photos and put them up, buy some plants for your space, or even just rearrange the furniture already in your room! Making a change in your everyday workspace will make you feel more free in your space. If you don’t have the time to invest into switching up your space, then just commit to keeping it clean! Having a neat and tidy space will make it so much easier to work and give you more peace of mind.
  5.  Take time to do something you love! Obviously, this can’t happen every day, but at least once a week, turn off your computer, put on some music, and do something that fills your spirit. Last weekend I sat down and wrote a bunch of letters, which has been my new favorite hobby. This week, I edited a video and will probably write more letters later on in the week. If you’ve been on my page, you know I’m a huuuuge proponent of doing the things that you love, and that is definitely a habit I recommend you work into your life.

So there you have it! There are some of the ways that I’ve been keeping my life peaceful, and if not peaceful, at least sane. I hope they help you, or at the very least, inspire you into making your life something that you enjoy, rather than something that you go through.

To go along with this blogpost, I have a new video up! It’s a video of my first day in my new apartment! I moved in (just shy of a month ago at this point) to my college apartment, and I filmed the first day I was here. It was so much fun to film and edit, and it’s the best video I’ve made so far (at least, I think). I really love it and I’m really proud of it and i hope you check it out!

What is something you do to help you when you are stressed? What drink are you a fan of? What is your favorite hobby at the moment? Leave a comment and let me know!

August 2020 Plan With Me: Sunflower Theme || Bullet Journal

Hey everyone! Happy August (????!!!!!! Can you believe we’re so close to the end of 2020??? where has this year gone i can’t)!

Today I don’t have a blogpost idea, so I’m just popping on here to let you know I have a new video up! This is a video of me planning out my August bullet journal spread, with a sunflower theme, which I’m super excited for + have been loving using!

I got to try out some new spreads, such as a cover page and a brain dump page, which are both really cute: I’ve never made either of them in my 3+ years of bullet journaling! I also got to use some really adorable stickers from iEmCreativeCo, a really adorable Etsy shop! I hope you enjoy!

Also! Charley from The Miss Charley has me on her blog for her College Declassified series today! I am there to talk about community college! Find the post here and show it some love!


Ok for real though where do you think we should be in this year? Is your brain all caught up to AUGUST yet? Subconsciously I think we should still be in April. Do you have any questions about bullet journalling that you want me to answer in future blog posts? Let me know!

How To Create a Functional Bullet Journal Spread in 5 Steps || July 2020 Plan With Me: Lavender Theme || Bullet Journal

Happy Friday, and happy Fourth of July weekend! It’s the start of the month, which means it’s time for me to set up my bullet journal again! The passage of time really do be like that.

Anyways, this month, I decided to share with you all the 5 questions I ask myself when I’m making a new tracker in my bullet journal. It’s super easy to keep making the same spreads over and over again, without really thinking about what they add to your life. Because of that, I’m always trying to be intentional in fixing spreads that don’t work for me, and making it more functional and practical, so I ask my self these questions to try to make my new spreads as useful as possible to me.

  1. What purpose am I trying to make this spread fulfill? Not a surprise to anyone, but different spreads serve different purposes. The first, and most important step in designing a spread is to make it functional and able to track whatever you want it to do. Obviously this is different for every person, but think about what exactly you want that spread to track: don’t be too specific or too broad or filling it out will only confuse you
  2. How long do I want this spread to last? If it’s a week-long or even month-long spread, then you have more flexibility with how it’s designed, and are more able to play around with different styles to find the one(s) that work best for you. If it’s going to be a long term spread (3 months to a year), then definitely put in more thought into the design, especially so that you will remember to use it. This leads to:
  3. Is it in a style that I will remember to update and actually use? I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve made a spread where the spread itself is super pretty and aesthetic, but updating it is simply not easy enough that I would do it regularly. For example, this most often happens to me when I have a spread that I have to fill in with multiple pens. I end up almost never filling those spreads out because it’s simply too much effort to do it!
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  4. What kind of information will go on this spread? This might be more of a personal issue, but I often find myself not being motivated to fill out a spread because I’m not exactly sure what will go into it! Defining what will go into the spread removes my mental barrier for filling in that spread. This is kind of similar to question 1, but this is a little more concise.
  5. What happened to my spread that I used for tracking this thing last time? This only applies to spreads that you’re making multiple times, and not brand new spreads that you’re trying to create. Pinpoint what exactly you want to improve on in your new spreads, which will help you figure out what you need to add or take away from in your new spread to make it more function

I filmed myself setting up my monthly bullet journal again, and this is the first time I’ve done some sort of art/doodling theme in my bullet journal. It’s not the most aesthetic/professional theme, but it’s my first try and I’m pretty pleased with how it turned out!

If you want a more detailed explanation on what each of my monthly spreads are, check out my plan with me from June, where I go more into detail about each of the spreads I make.

Anyways, here’s the video! I hope you enjoy!


Do you have a process when you’re figuring out what to include in a spread? What are some of the questions you ask yourself? What is your favorite length of time for a spread to last (i.e., one week, one month, 6 months, etc)? I think mine is roughly two weeks, haha! Leave a comment and let me know!

June 2020 Plan With Me (+ Big Announcement!) || Bullet Journaling

Happy June, everyone! Today I am going to share what my June bullet journal spread looks like, which is something I don’t usually do, but I’m especially proud of how this month’s spreads look like, so I decided to share it! (Stick around to the end for a special announcement! 😉)

This month I decided to do a scrapbook style in my bullet journal, and I LOVE how it looks! Although it definitely took a lot longer to do, I have lots of free time right now, and I loved the process of making these spreads, so I decided to share it here!

To start off, I have the monthly spread! On the right side, I have a monthly overview. Usually I would make that calendar bigger, but because I don’t have any commitments right now (lol), it’s just a really small one for reference. I also have boxes for my goals, things to do, books to read, blogposts to write, events, art, cleaning, and happy mail to send for the month. Basically, this spread is just a huge to-do list of things I want to get done this month.

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Next is my detailed habit tracker. I find that these habit trackers that are also kind of like a daily “ideal” routine work best for me. I have more structure for my day, and it also helps me remember to fill it out throughout the day! On the left side, I have a box for filling in my goal task for the day: my main focus task of the day. This helps me prioritize what I want to do with my day.

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Lastly, I have a weekly spread. This is just a really simple weekly spread, with spaces for a to-do list for each day of the week, as well as an overall one for the whole week. It’s really simple and really cute!!

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Overall I LOVE what the spreads I made for this month look like!

Now, it’s time for my big announcement! I made a YouTube channel!! I’ve been looking for a new form of art to learn for a while, and I thought this would be a fun way to do it! I don’t plan on making videos regularly, but I wanted to have a space to make relaxing content. The first video I have up is my set up for this month’s bullet journal! Although it’s not much, I’m still really excited about it and to see where it goes!


Let’s talk! How has your bullet journal changed since social distancing/quarantine started? Do you have any ideas for what I should do for my YouTube channel? Leave a comment and let me know!
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4 ESSENTIAL Bullet Journal Spreads I Can’t Live Without feat. Charley from The Miss Charley || Bullet Journaling || Collab

Hey everyone! Today I’m here with another bullet journal post!! You all like them and I like writing them, so it’s the best of both worlds! Today, I have my friend Charley on the blog, and she is sharing some of her bullet journal spreads she can’t live without, and I’m over on her blog with some of mine that I can’t live without!

Find more of my bullet journal posts here!

Bullet journaling can seem intimidating at first glance. Believe me, I know. I spend hours scrolling through Pinterest and Instagram looking for inspiration. Spreads vary from pieces of art meant to be framed to minimalist spreads created with a basic pen. After two years of creating spreads from one end of the spectrum to the other, I found my four essential spreads I need in my bullet journal. I’m going to share them with you!

Monthly Calendar

My monthly calendar spread is something I play around with depending on how busy I think my month will be. Recently, I have been doing a calendar spread horizontally to fill the page and leaving room on the side for ‘Important Dates’. I don’t have much of a social life, so I can easily fill in work hours, bill due dates, etc. I also keep my school due dates in a separate planner in order to keep my life more organized.

Monthly Spread

Finance Tracker Log

In 2019, I made finances a priority for myself. I don’t have a checkbook, so I had to create my own log. With my financlogs, I like to alternate colors for each line. Each log has columns for: date, store, amount, and what’s left in my budget. Budgeting is so important for finances at any age, and I find having a log makes me more accountable for where I spend my money. At the top of my tracker, I will add in each week’s paycheck divided into my budget categories. I also make sure to add a ‘Wishlist’ of two or three items to spend a little extra on during the month.

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Reading and Watching Log

Typically I call this my ‘What I Devoured’ log as a take on Christine Riccio’s ‘What I Eat in a Month’ videos. I find this log important at the end of each month to remind myself what I actually read and watched since time can get away from me. Depending on the month, I make the spread one or two pages. During the quarantine, I will definitely be adding in more pages.

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Weekly Overviews

My personal preference is to plan my weeks out at a time. I don’t do daily spreads simply due to how busy I get during the school semester. I find weekly logs allow me to prepare mentally for the week on a Sunday night or Monday morning. I will write everything out on a to-do list and then move each item into a day.

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Thanks for letting me visit! Make sure to head over to my blog to check out Hanne’s post!

xo,
Charley


2020 profile picCharley is a twenty-something college lifestyle blogger who loves to share about her recent reads, crazy life, and bullet journal. She spends her time working in a bookstore, attending college full-time to become a teacher, and watching way too much Netflix. Make sure to send her a hello when you visit her blog!

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Thank you so much Charley for posting on my blog today! Make sure to go over to her blog to see my post on my most used bullet journal spreads! What was your favorite spread from this post? Do you use your bullet journal to track finances? Leave a comment and let me know!

5 Online School Tips YOU NEED TO KNOW from a (former) Homeschooler || COVID-19 Social Distancing Tips

Hey everyone!! If your college is doing what most of the colleges around the country, and even around the world are doing, then you’re going to be doing online school for the rest of the semester, myself included. Although obviously this situation isn’t ideal for anyone, we all have to make the best of it we can to help the world recover from this pandemic.

As a homeschool graduate, I probably have more experience with online school than most other college students right now, who may be taking online classes for the first time. Since a lot of people are starting online classes today, I thought I would share some of my top 5 tips for online school as a homeschool graduate!

  1. STAY ORGANIZED. My biggest piece of advice would be to write down what you need to do so that you can keep track of what you are doing and stay organized. You can make a schedule or a to-do list, or even both; just make sure that you know what is required of you and what you need to do.
    This is HUGE because when you take online school, there is so much less overhead supervision: less people reminding you of due dates, no in class exams, and nothing to physically turn in. You’re going to have to be all of those things for yourself so that you can keep yourself on track and complete all your work!

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  2. Have a set schedule. It’s so much easier to slack off on your work while you’re at home and not at school, and it’s also a lot harder to motivate yourself to do things. Having a set schedule, such as starting your “school day” by 10am and ending it by 5pm, will keep you from slacking off until 4pm and THEN realizing you have four assignments due that day.

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  3. Go to class! Like, duh, right? You’d be surprised. There is so much less motivation to go to class when your class is on your laptop, especially when it since there is a lot less accountability, but CLASS IS SO IMPORTANT. If you want to do well, you need to be in class. No, you’re not going to be able to catch up. No, you’re not going to just “google the topic” later. JUST GO TO CLASS.
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  4. Get ready for the day. Getting dressed and doing work at your desk feels a lot different than waking up, rolling over, grabbing your laptop, and going to online class. Put on some real clothes, make a good breakfast and a strong cup of caffeine, and write a to-do list before starting to work! Getting yourself mentally ready to be “attending class” and doing work puts you in the right headspace and gives you a better chance to learn.
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  5. Still make time to do what you love. Whether it be hanging out with friends, working out, playing an instrument, playing computer games, it’s really important to not let college consume your whole life. When you were at college, you didn’t only go to class and study, did you? At the very least, you got out and walked between classes. Make sure to make space to do things other than school and sleep: this is not high school!
    You may be interested in: My Social Distancing Bucket List || 25 Things To Do Now That You Finally Have the Time

I hope these tips were helpful to you in some form or another! Remember: you’ve got this! If you have any more specific questions about online school, feel free to leave a comment or reach out to me on social media @hanneasinhannah!


Those are my online school tips! What is going on at your school? Is it cancelled? Moved online? Fellow homeschoolers/homeschool graduates: what are some tips you would give to someone who’s never taken an online class? Leave me a comment and let me know!

 

My Social Distancing Bucket List || 25 Things To Do Now That You Finally Have the Time

Hello everyone!! I hope you all are staying safe and healthy!

My school announced that we’ll be having an extended spring break, then at least two weeks of online classes after that. And because my lil type 6 self simply WILL NOT REST until I have made a list of and categorized EVERYTHING, I IMMEDIATELY began making my “Social Distancing Bucket List,” and I figured I would share it! Here are 25 things to do now that you always said you’d do when you have time and that you now have time for:

  1. Put your phone away. There is SO MUCH news about what is going on, and the more I scroll, the more stressed I get. I’ve limited myself to once in the morning, once in the afternoon, and once in the evening, and it’s helped a lot.
  2. Find your new favorite book. There are SO MANY good books out there to read! If you need some recommendations, here are my top reads of 2019. Alternatively, I’m holding an Anne of Green Gables Readalong and it’d be the perfect time to hop on!
  3. Write happy mail! It can be a letter, or a bookmark, or an art piece, or anything really. On my instagram the other day, I asked for people who wanted some happy mail, and I’m going to be sending it out soon! (and if you want in on the happy mail, go comment on that post!!)
  4. Start a garden. Although it might not be warm enough yet to have plants outside, it’s the perfect time to start seedlings indoors! When I was younger, I loved gardening and I want to get back into it! The ones I suggest are tomato, potato, pumpkin, and peas.
  5. Clean out your phone! How many apps do you have that you haven’t used and are taking up space? Delete them from your phone!
  6. Deep clean your house/room/apartment. If you’re anything like me, you’ve let some things slip during the semester. Even just deep cleaning one area will make that space so much more welcoming to live in for 3 weeks 😅
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  7. Prewrite some blogposts! Stock up on some blogposts that you can just pull out and post on a busy week. They are so helpful and really a life changer!
  8. Update/refresh your playlists! I don’t know about y’all, but my spotify platlists are kind of a mess. (just me? okay) Go through your playlists, take out songs that you don’t want to listen to anymore, and add new ones in!
  9. Go through your camera roll! Raise your hand if you’re a photo hoarder. 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️ I always have 50 million photos in my phone, and I need to just go through and delete about 40 million of them 😂😅
  10. Go on a picnic. Social distancing doesn’t mean you have to stay inside all the time, and this weather is too gorgeous to pass up! Grab a sibling or a “safe” friend, and go on a picnic!
  11. Purge your closet. It’s almost time to switch out your winter clothes with your summer clothes, and what better time to also get rid of all the clothes that you haven’t been wearing?
  12. Catch up on your school work. I knowwwww. It’s technically spring break!! I have some notes that I need to finish transcribing and some study guides I didn’t get to finish up before school ended, so I’ll be doing that with my time!
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  13. Start a notebook! The start of a new notebook is always incredibly cathartic for me, and gets me more productive and more creative. I started a notebook for this break, and it’s the best thing ever.
  14. Check up on your friends. Everyone’s going through this together, so reach out! See how they’re doing or if they need anything, and just virtually hang out!
  15. Watch that show that you’ve been meaning to watch. We all have that one show: why not do it now?
  16. Spend more time with God. Take some focused time away from the world and just be with God. It’s been a while since I had in-depth one-on-one time with God, and this is the perfect time to do it.
  17. Find a new podcast. There is so much wisdom that people share in podcasts, and I’m always on the hunt for new ones (please comment your favorites!). My new favorite right now is The Kate and Abbie Show about creativity, healthy living, and writing.
  18. Workout at home! Although gyms are closed, your living room floor is not! Pull up a workout video on YouTube and get your blood pumping!
  19. Clean up your social media feeds! Go through your feed and clean out the stuff you don’t want to see anymore! Here’s a post I did about cleaning up your social media.
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  20. Try out a new recipe! Although grocery stores are empty, make something with the food you already have in your house. Cinnamon rolls are a fun one that don’t require a ton of supplies!
  21. Have a spa night! Light a candle, put on a face mask, and just enjoy yourself for an evening. Relax, listen to some music, and just chill.
  22. Redecorate your room. If you’re going to be in it all the time, you might as well make some use out of the time. I haven’t redecorated my room in a while, and I have lots of ideas that I could implement!
  23. Find a new phone game to play. This is where I pull out my Best Fiends sponsorship (LOL JKJK 😂😂😂).  But for real though, finding a game you really like can be pretty hard, and now is the perfect time to do it! My new favorite right now is Animal Kitchen, which is super cute and super fun!
  24. Learn something new! A language, or a creative skill, or a new art form, or an instrument. Think of something you’ve wanted to learn forever but never had the time to, and learn it!
  25. Just relax!! There is NO RULE out there that says you need to be hustlin’ while you’re on coronavirus break. Just chill out and enjoy your free time!

If you’re looking for some more posts to read, check out:
this post from Erin that’s a similar concept but more relaxing
my friend MacKenzie’s top 10 list
this one I wrote several years ago that’s a funny version of this post


How are you holding up? Are you on social distancing, or do you still have to work? What is your college doing? What have you been doing over this break? What podcasts do you like? Leave me a comment about ALL THE THINGS!