The Ultimate March Media Overview – Best Picks This Month!

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When it comes to free time, you need to make sure you make the most of it, especially with pile ups of homework and assignments. But how can you spend it wisely? What are the best and most enjoyable things to relax with? Hopefully from reading on, you’ll learn some more about a few of the best multi media recommendations from March. Everything from Netflix to your average paperback book!

Had a lot of work to do lately? When studying it’s important to focus. Some do this by listening to calm music or even just sitting in plain silence. Yet when you need a break, I’d definitely recommend tuning in to some of these tasty playlists that’ll get you in the mood for just about anything!

  • Latest Catch Up – playlist titled “Today’s Top Hits”
  • Rock – playlist titled “Best Rock 500 Songs”
  • Pop Punk – playlist titled “Pop Punk Perfection”
  • Totally Chill – playlist titled “chill.out.brain”
  • Indie – playlist titled “Indie classics”
  • Acoustic – playlist titled “Acoustic Covers”
  • Metal – playlist titled “Metal History”

Moving on from music, who doesn’t like a bit of Netflix? The beauty of this site is that you don’t necessarily have to sit down and peel your eyes on a four hour marathon of your favourite show. Sometimes there are plenty of short yet beautiful options out there…

Here are just a few that have become increasingly popular over the last month:

  • Riverdale
  • Family Guy
  • Peaky Blinders
  • A Series of Unfortunate Events
  • How I Met Your Mother
  • Skins
  • The Big Bang Theory
  • Sense 8

On the other hand, if you ever need a break from screens or anything to do with technology then it always makes sense to go back to a book. There are plenty of great picks out there, especially with such a large and diverse school library *wink*. Need a small boost to get you going? Here are some perfect reads for all kinds of genres…

  • All the Bright Places – Jennifer Niven
  • A series of unfortunate events – Lemony Snicket
  • The girl on the Train – Paula Hawkins
  • Misery – Stephen King
  • Exit West – Mohsin Hamid
  • One of Boys – Daniel Magariel
  • Room – Emma Donoghue

It cannot be stressed enough that you need some ‘me time’ every now and then. From just doing what you love to finding new ways of relaxing, you can simply have a break and de-stress your mind for however long you choose. Hopefully you took something especially useful from this article, and until next time, stay a chilled out and relaxed kid!

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