How can I make this summer go by quickly?

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Jordz_Mas
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Literally i'm waiting till September till college starts again cuz it's honestly so boring at the moment. I can't find any jobs because none are recruiting at the moment due to the virus, libraries, lesiure centres are closed, my computer isn't working at all so I can't play any games, I have no money to go out and do any fun stuff. Just what can I do to make this summer go by quickly??
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Read the History of Western Philosophy by Bertrand Russell. Or other great books.
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hibernate
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or eat nutella :yep:
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Exercise e.g. going for a long walk or going for a run, hang out with your family and help them with stuff, sleep more so you can make the day seem shorter, make origami, draw stuff, paint stuff, redecorate or reorganize your room, contemplate life, meditate, have an existential crisis everyday, cook 3 elaborate meals every day, read a bunch of books you find interesting

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just go out on lots of walks through the countryside and stuff when its sunny
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(Original post by donkey.kong)
Exercise e.g. going for a long walk or going for a run, hang out with your family and help them with stuff, sleep more so you can make the day seem shorter, make origami, draw stuff, paint stuff, redecorate or reorganize your room, contemplate life, meditate, have an existential crisis everyday, cook 3 elaborate meals every day, read a bunch of books you find interesting

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wouldn't advise the existential crisis.... it takes a toll on you
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wouldn't advise the existential crisis.... it takes a toll on you
Yeah true lol, all the other stuff still applies though!
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Yeah true lol, all the other stuff still applies though!
yeah lol.. but also OP don't contemplate life... it'll most likely lead to an existential crisis :sadnod:
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yeah lol.. but also OP don't contemplate life... it'll most likely lead to an existential crisis :sadnod:
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Literally i'm waiting till September till college starts again cuz it's honestly so boring at the moment. I can't find any jobs because none are recruiting at the moment due to the virus, libraries, lesiure centres are closed, my computer isn't working at all so I can't play any games, I have no money to go out and do any fun stuff. Just what can I do to make this summer go by quickly??
Hi Jordz_Mas

You could try and pick up a hobby and learn a new skill. My part time work has been cancelled so I'm learning to cook new things and doing some new workouts.

Zaira
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