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Need a Break From Studying, But Still Need To Study? WATCH A DOCUMENTARY!

Let’s be honest – after a couple hours straight, studying sucks. It could be some of the most interesting content in the world, however continually attempting to pound it into your brain becomes exhausting very quickly.

So, outside of catching up on sleep at 2 in the afternoon, what’s a good way to take a break from studying while still being productive?

There are lots of things you could do! You could clean, go workout, or something else to get your mind off of your studies. However, I have found during this exam period that a great way to take a break while still keeping your mind in it is by finding a film, usually a documentary, related to what you’re studying!

Need some ideas for documentaries to watch? Here are a few for you to check out if you’d like!

Science & Environmental Studies Documentaries

The Incredible Human Journey (2009 TV Documentary Series)

*The Blue Planet (2001 Mini-Series)

Being Caribou (2005 Documentary)

March of the Penguins (2005 Documentary)

*Charles Darwin – The Nature Of Things [Season 2009-10 | Episode 1-3] (2009 3-Part Mini-Series)

History, Humanities, & Social Sciences Documentaries

*Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father (2008)

Bulgaria’s Abandoned Children (2007)

*Hot Coffee (2011)

*Blue Gold: World Water Wars

Lasseter’s Bones (2012 Documentary)

We Still Live Here: Âs Nutayuneân (2010 Documentary)

Ruins of the Reich: Rise to Power (2000 Documentary)

Hawaii: A Voice for Sovereignty (2009 Documentary)

Mystic Journey (2009 Documentary)

Leonardo (2003 Documentary)

In the Shadow of the Palms – Iraq (2005 Documentary)

Creating Freedom: The Lottery of Birth (2013 Documentary)

For lots of other documentaries, definitely check out the History Channel, BBC, TVO, or Discovery Channel!


*I have seen these ones, I can attest to how amazing they are!




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