Because I have been utterly drained of creative ideas for blog posts recently, I have decided to share with you today what a typical day in my life (as an A level student) looks like – complete with raw, unedited photos! I am slowly trying to ease myself back into writing. hence why this post is predominantly composed of photos. I don’t feel great about this productivity rut but neither do I want to post low-quality content for the sake of posting, as I mentioned in my post a few weeks ago.
For those of you who don’t already know, I am currently in sixth form (Year 12) and so am studying towards my A Levels. Let me know if any of you reading this are doing your A Levels too – I’d be interested to hear what you’re studying!
Anyway, I usually get out of bed at 6AM and wash and dress. For breakfast on this particular day, I had a strawberry yoghurt and banana. Most days, I eat whilst replying to emails, comments and catching up with social media… although I do occasionally read too.
Somehow I managed to miss the bus I usually get (oops) and so I decided to pass some time in Costa. We had a Physics test on Optics this day so I briefly read over my notes whilst I waited.
As I had a free period first lesson, I decided to do some reading for my EPQ. I discovered a magazine which I hadn’t previously come across and that featured a few articles that tied in to my hypothesis very closely, which was great!
After this, I had another three lessons – and no, I didn’t photograph them (!) Today was one of the rare days I have two free periods but because the weather was so perfect, my friends and I decided to get ice cream and spent the last hour of the school day relaxing outside.
After school, I went to the public library to get some books to do some reading around my EPQ title… though I very much doubt I’m going to get through all of these books any time soon.
Once I got home, I spent an hour lazing around on my phone and watching YouTube videos… I do regret it now though because I know I could have spent it doing something a lot more productive. I made myself an omelette (spinach, spring onion and tomato) which I ate whilst watching YouTube.
All I did after that was my Economics homework and started reading one of the books I borrowed from the library. I also made myself a banana milkshake because it was too hot for tea!
And then I went to bed after watching a couple of YouTube videos. Not an enthralling day by any means, I admit, but the entire purpose of this post was to give you a real (and hopefully mildly interesting) insight into my life!
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