Sunday, May 31, 2020

The Perfect Study-Cation Spots Around U-Belt

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The semester break is finally over; students are finally back and will continue to face tons of paper works, exams, projects, and quizzes in the academe.

Some students find it unproductive when they do school works alone because they don’t get motivated. Students get easily bored and then feel tired and rather than finishing their work, they would rather go to sleep and bring out the Mañana habit (mamaya na habit).

Coffee shops and libraries are now go-to spots for students to read and do their tasks, because they are motivated when they see people doing the same. We have listed five (5) places that will activate every students’ study-cation mode to 110%.

1. Plug It

Why don’t you start moving and look for Plug It – Coworking Space & Study Hub located in Sampaloc, Manila. This study hub is definitely worthy for study-cation because they offer unlimited WIFI, unlimited coffee, and unlimited juice for their customers. Another great thing about this place is that you can bring food from outside – no corkage.




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