We all have different ways of motivating ourselves to study. For some, it's the promise of sleep. For others, it's being able to catch up on the latest episodes of "Gossip Girl" guilt-free. And, thanks to CityStep, we now have another option. 

Cramming material from all semester into one reading period can be disheartening. With this in mind, CityStep has created the Good Luck Gram.

"CityStep knows that reading period and exams are stressful times when students are cooped up in libraries and their bedrooms with loads of books from Widener trying to figure out what they were supposed to be learning in the last few months," CityStep Executive Director Jana O.M. Christian '12 wrote in an email. "CityStep thus decided to make Good Luck Grams as a way for Harvard students to cheer on their fellow students with treats as brain fuel during long nights in Lamont or study rooms."

All proceeds will go towards CityStep, a public service student organization bringing arts education to over 100 Cambridge public middle school students.

The Good Luck Grams will be delivered to students' dorms. If you would like to get in on the action, order some for your friends (or even yourself) by Nov. 30.