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    I'm coming to the end of my first year of sixth form and I don't know what to do during my summer holidays.

    I've grown apart from all my friends really, and my parents don't have a lot of money to be able to take us on holiday, so I'm sort of going to be confined inside for the 6 weeks if I don't think of something.

    I'd go out alone but my confidence isn't amazing I mean, it's ok but it could definitely be better.

    Please give me ideas & tips thank you
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    I'm coming to the end of my first year of sixth form and I don't know what to do during my summer holidays.

    I've grown apart from all my friends really, and my parents don't have a lot of money to be able to take us on holiday, so I'm sort of going to be confined inside for the 6 weeks if I don't think of something.

    I'd go out alone but my confidence isn't amazing I mean, it's ok but it could definitely be better.

    Please give me ideas & tips thank you
    Perhaps you could try to find a new hobby / rekindle an old one?

    It's a bit vague I know, but it has the potential to solve two of your issues - depending on the hobby it doesn't even have to cost a lot / anything at all.
 
 
 
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