Be Prepared!

Getting back to school after a long summer vacation is quite a challenge. Here is something that will make it easy

Published: 22nd May 2015 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd May 2015 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: All school-going children desperately await for the two-month-long summer vacation when nobody asks them to get up early or complete their homework or stop them from playing with friends. But sadly, the good days will come to an end very soon. City Express brings to you a to-do list that will make going back to school easy.

Arrange your closet

Books, uniform, stationery, etc., – might create trouble for you even if one among them is not in place. Arranging your closet will help you get a clear idea of where your belongings are while you are prepping for school.

Spend quality time with friends

Yes, we know that you might have spent your entire vacation chilling out with your friends. But don’t forget the ones who stay far away from your house. Take time out to meet them so that you have no regrets when you are tied-up with school, assignments and homework. Make sure you click a picture.

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Start meditating

Sounds boring? But experts say that it will help to rise your IQ levels, reduce depression and anxiety, make you happier and a more confident student. And in the long run, it will also help you to impress your favourite teacher with your excellent marks.

Take a trip

Though there is very little time left to think of a vacation abroad or to places far from your city, there are a lot of resorts and interesting places you can visit for a day or two. But make sure you think before you binge on food as it might spoil your trip.

Go to bed early

We know it is hard to get up in morning. But schools start their day early in the morning. Best way to get back to the regular schedule is by starting to hit the bed soon, at least two weeks before school reopens.

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