Here's the key. Just kidding, there isn't a key. You just need to be positive. Have fun study breaks. Plan out your week so you know when you're studying and when you're done (but leave a little wiggle room). Call up old friends.
This goes for more than just finals week. It's for life. I have to plan out what I'm doing. Know when you're going to bed, when you're waking up, and what you're doing each day. Not having a schedule is
Now that you know my sleep schedule, I'll tell you what to do for a solid study break. Go to the temple, go for a walk, buy a gift for someone, write a letter, clean out your email, find a good book, cook yummy food, exercise, go to a sporting event (I like baseball), watch mindless t.v. (or something educational. you pick). When I am hitting a wall and at my wit's end, I call an old friend I haven't talked to for a while. It is my favorite pastime I think.
But before you do any of these things, I need to earn it! You need to work hard in order to play hard (refer to my previous blog post about how to do that if you are confused).
In life, we need breaks! But only when we work hard for them. And we need other people in order to keep our sanity. I think that's the point of this pointless post.
Here's a pretty picture, because we all need some