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Bwog In Bed: Drink Green Tea From Your Bed Edition

Running low on serotonin? Green tea is the answer.

Bwogline: Yesterday, there was a 6.1 magnitude earthquake in Panama. 2 were injured. (CBS)

Study tip: Don’t go on your phone and scroll through social media during one of your study breaks. Consuming social media is still social energy expended on your part. There’s so much information and stimuli to look at on your phone, that it only eats away at your remaining mental energy. Try taking a walk outside, or do some quick stretching on your next study break.

Music of the Day: This 1998 gem was the first and only single off Slick Rick’s last album The Art of Storytelling. It features Big Boi from Outkast, too. It’s such an adorable and bubbly hip hop song. Listen to it.

Procrastination Tip: Try drinking green tea, it’s known for its high antioxidant content and stress-relieving properties! Since it’s going to be another cold, rainy day today, drinking some tea might help warm you up.

Overheard: “To anyone and everyone that’s sucked on my titties before, I’m waiting on your ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ text!”

Who am I kidding, you’ll probably drink that tea in a Ferris cup via Flickr.

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Green tea is so yesterday. Purple velvet tea is the new thing.

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