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This round we asked: What is your favourite part of your daily routine?
With homework to do and tests to revise, students have to find their own way of releasing stress. My method is also the favourite part of my daily routine. I have a 1.5-metre-tall inflatable plastic punch bag at home. I kick and punch it every day after school to release stress. This punch bag routine also ensures I get at least 10 minutes of exercise a day.
As students, we have similar daily routines. My favourite part of it is perhaps unusual - the battle for time. Every day we have tonnes of stuff to do, like homework and revising for tests, but I love challenges - especially overcoming them!
If I can manage myself and my own life, I have no reason to fear anything else, right?
My favourite part of my daily routine is waking up. To me, a new day means a new start. I wash away all the negative things from the previous day and get ready for the upcoming challenges I have to face.
Mornings are also the time when my battery is fully charged and I feel most confident.
Just like all other teens, I love listening to music. I do it every day as part of my daily routine: when I'm on the bus, when I'm on my way to school, and even when I'm just lying on my bed, killing time.
I also like reading. I can do it anywhere and anytime. Both activities allow me to feel emotions I can't express in words.
I love waking up every morning, as I feel great looking forward to spending time with the people I love and giving thanks to God for giving me this new day. A brand new day symbolises hope and gives my life meaning. Preparing breakfast and other simple chores are the simplest form of happiness.
I most look forward to lunch hour, as I get to socialise with my friends. I love this hour of relaxed conversation among my friends about random topics. It's a time I treasure because I get to bond with people I might end up knowing for the rest of my life.
The favourite part of my daily routine is reading before going to bed. Books are my medicine: when I feel sick or tired because of pressure and a heavy workload, reading heals me. I appreciate the inspiring ideas and the beauty of language in great books, and I'm touched by some stories. I love losing myself in a world of books!
Showering! It is not just a time to refresh myself but also a good way to wind down and meditate. After a long and stressful day at school, I like to chill out and lose myself behind the shower curtain. There, I can sing like Eason Chan and shake it like Psy. It prepares me for the upcoming challenges of a new day.
My favourite part of the day is waking up in the morning and plugging in my iPod. I love waking to the blaring sound of my favourite songs and dancing around to them. It's early in the morning so I can't sing out loud, but listening to music helps me to get pumped up for a new day. It also helps me to resist the temptation of going back to sleep!
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