10 Ways to Celebrate After Exams
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Summer and freedom are almost within our reach. After so many weeks spent revising, we count down the top ten ways to celebrate once the exams are finally over... 1. Have a party with all your friends. This only needs a little preparation and doesn’t even require deep pockets, if your student loan has already started to feel the effects of post-exams euphoria. You can ask everyone to contribute something to the party, whether they are a kitchen queen, cocktail whizz or budding DJ wanting to try out their skills on the turntables. All of the guests could be asked to bring a bottle or some snacks, leaving the host to take care of fewer things – which can only be a blessing after spending an indecently long time in a revision-frazzled state. 2. Pamper yourself. After so much time spent feverishly flicking through your old essays, compiling revision notes and compulsive stationery hoarding to make the most beautiful revision cards in your student house, the time has come to remember how to relax again. Relaxation can come in the form of beauty treatments, watching your favourite DVD box-sets back-to-back or simply spending a whole day in bed. Just because you’re a student, and you can. 3. Have a night out. After so many nights in spent cramming with only Red Bull and an endless list of revision tasks for company, why not indulge yourself with a night out? Many clubs offer special student deals during the week and at the end of exams, and sometimes a good old retro dose of the 90s or some dance music is just what you need to get the exam blues out of your system. 4. Retail therapy . If you’ve been lusting after that dress in the Topshop window that you pass every day on the way to lectures or those new shoes in Office, now is the time to reward yourself for all of your hard work. Shops normally have sales and reductions around May and June, practically making it a guilt-free purchase.
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