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    Here are my plans for some inspiration:
    learning new musical instruments (piano and guitar as well as learning some music theory and I'm planning on composing music too)
    learning to juggle and solve Rubik's cubes
    taking up cycling and swimming to be more active and healthy
    university research
    teaching myself some A-levels maths units we're not covering in class

    Hope this helps!
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    (Original post by TheOncomingStorm)
    Here are my plans for some inspiration:
    learning new musical instruments (piano and guitar as well as learning some music theory and I'm planning on composing music too)
    learning to juggle and solve Rubik's cubes
    taking up cycling and swimming to be more active and healthy
    university research
    teaching myself some A-levels maths units we're not covering in class

    Hope this helps!
    Juggling? Haha, that sounds quite fun~


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    (Original post by Bookler_Natsu)
    Juggling? Haha, that sounds quite fun~


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    I thought too! I've always wanted to be able to juggle
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    (Original post by Bookler_Natsu)
    Thank you for commenting.
    I've been volunteering on a weekly basis in a charity shop already, but i doubt that will keep me busy.
    It would be nice I can apply for some sport or something, but I really don't want to spend money from my parents.


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    Take up running? That's a free sport.
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    Learn the basics of programming

    Learn how to juggle or something.

    Volunteer or apply for a job/work experience

    Watch ted talks

    Complete a few courses on coursera

    Exercise and learn how to cook properly.

    Start a blog detailing all the things you're doing over summer or just to practise writing more
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    This summer i plan on:

    Reading: Lord of the Flies, To Kill a Mockingbird, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Crime and Punishment and All Quiet on the Western Front.

    Buying/re-playing: Metal Gear Solid HD collection (might buy MGS1&4 because my sister has a ps3), Morrowind and Hitman Trilogy

    Learning: German.

    Watching: WWE Attitude era 1997-2001
 
 
 
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