Find it hard to stick to a schedule? Here's what you can do today

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If the school suspension has made it tough to keep a daily routine, follow our guide for dividing up your day

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Don't know what to do without a regular schedule? We can help you out.

With classes suspended, you may find it difficult to stick to a daily routine. Maybe you're easily distracted by Instagram, or maybe you're not moving enough. We totally get it! We're here to help you with a daily plan that can be incorporated into the study schedule you already have.

Morning

Catch up on the latest news:

The stock market fell, here's what happened and what it means.

What's the difference between an epidemic and a pandemic? 

Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong struggle to get coronavirus prevention supplies

Brush up on your English vocabulary with these idioms about personal growth and development. Try to use each of them in a sentence! 

Now, test your reading comprehension skills with this piece from the British council about skin whitening horrors in Bangkok.

Now, get to work on your classwork!

Break 

Time to move around a bit! Push your chair aside and do the cha-cha-slide.

Afternoon

Need some study inspiration? Read all about the top IGCSE scorer in world literature for 2019 - worldwide - who lives right here in Hong Kong! What's her secret to getting a top score? 

You can also motivate yourself with these movie quotes that will inspire you to live your best life.

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