think of it positively. More money in your bank, and you're getting healthier. I'd love to be in your position where I had a summer job I could do overtime for. I'd rather be saving up for the future than wasting away my summer in front of the computer like I usually do.
going to italy with the boyfriend! so excited then a summer of greek summer school, archaeological digs, and EPQ research, with the occasional party and lots of lazing around in front of the computer probably
I'm going on my last family holiday before uni, then when I get back I'm going to:
- have a huge clearout and try to sell anything I no longer need/want/use/wear
- actually spend some time with friends as I will no longer have my job which gives loads of hours particularly at times my friends are free
- play games I haven't played for ages, watch TV and generally just chill out a bit
- get back into my self-employed work which has fewer hours, is more flexible and I can continue at uni.
Much more relaxed than my last couple of summers but I think that'll be a good thing.
Edit: And I'll probably also build up my fitness...if you count playing Wii Fit and dance mat games as building up your fitness that is.
(Original post by swbp)
I find it really funny how everyone on this thread is saying that they're going to build up their fitness. After my exams, i'm going to eat pizza untill I physically become the size of one.
But pizzas aren't really that big compared to people?
University open days
Further reading; physics and maths
Watching the sports (Euro's, Olympics and Wimbledon).
Do some drum covers; I've had to put drumming on hold whilst revising for exams.
Gym 4 days a week; improving every aspect of my body.