What to Do With Your Time Between Classes


If you’re like me, you may find yourself stuck with three hour gaps between classes. It’s a schedule that leaves a lot of free time. What are you supposed to do with all that time on your hands. You don’t want to just sit down outside the class and stare at wall for three hours and watch kids walk by. Worry no more, mate. We have some awesome ways for you to kill time between classes.

This is the perfect time to head to the library and crack open those books. This way you don’t have to worry about pulling all nighters or studying during your home time. So just skip over to that coffee shop across the way, grab some coffee and get to studying. This is the perfect way to come across as a very responsible student.

Everything was fresh for me when I was a college freshman. I had just discovered books in a very serious way. I was always reader but would usually read books that were given to me. In college I discovered writers that felt cool and relatable. Charles Bukowski, John Fante, Kerouac, Hemingway, Salinger and Murakami. These new books would just spring out of nowhere and bring with them a load of magic. I’d spend my gaps between classes consuming literature and window shopping in the bookstores. Fast forward to the present time and I don’t know what to read.

Practice Your Art
Back in college, I wanted to be a writer. This meant most of my free time would go into writing poetry and short stories. I’d go somewhere secluded and write my little heart out and then show it to friends with the hopes that Id impress them. There was never a wasted gap hour.

Go to The Movies
Movies are a perfect way to kill some time. If there isn’t a cinema by your school, perhaps you have a film program. If so you can definitely walk in on the Cinema history class and they’ll definitely be playing a good movie.

Hang With Friends
Lunches, chilling on campus or just walking around. This is probably the best way to kill some time and the most recommended. It’s college and they aren’t going to be there forever. Treasure them while you can.