Hey all, I am currently a sophomore in Physics with a Math minor. For this upcoming semester I will be taking 13 credits towards my major/minor: Physics III (mostly waves and optics), Mathematical Methods for Physicists I, Introductory Modern Physics (special relativity and quantum theory focus), and Mathematical Structures (a proofs class). In addition to this, I will also be preparing a paper and a poster for research that I was conducting class semester (will be presenting my poster at the AAAS annual meeting in February), and I will be working in a lab (and getting paid, ~10 hours a week) to work on some turbulence research that I am really excited about. I need to have 15 credit-hours total for my scholarship, and I am kind of at ends as to what I should take for my last class. I am considering either a 2 credit Tai Chi class or a 3 credit online sociology course that fulfills some of my general studies credits and is a sub-requirement for my physics major. I feel kind of bad opting to take the Tai Chi class because it won't be doing anything for my academic advancement but, at the same time, I think it could be just what I need to take a mandatory mental breather from my lab and coursework. I guess my question is: is it alright to relax a little on classes if I really want to excel in both my research and my coursework? Or should I just bite the bullet at take the sociology class?