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07/10/2017
Are you out on summer break but aren't sure of what to do with your free time? Here are a few ideas of goals you can try to achieve, so you can keep your mind and body active during your time off.

Goals to Accomplish this Summer

In some cases, students are so eager to end their school year that they never stop to think about what they'll do with all of their free time. While resting and watching TV are options, doing too much of them can become boring (not to mention, doing so can be unfavorable for your brain and body). Instead, we suggest giving a few of the summer goals listed below a try. They will keep your mind active and will help you take full advantage of your summer break.

Call The Tutoring Center, Lawrenceville GA at (770) 545 8105 to learn more about the benefits of enrolling in summer tutoring in Lawrenceville GA.

Become an Avid Reader

Even if you're spending most of your time at home, reading can take your mind to other worlds. This, of course, has incredible benefits: not only will you exercise your imagination, but it can teach you to consider other ideas, opinions, and feelings. Moreover, reading can help you with your academics as well: it can develop your vocabulary, your spelling skills, your grammar skills, and more. If you aren't much of a reader, however, become one during the break! Make it a goal to read one book every two weeks, so you can start creating the habit.

Start a Journal

Writing can also be of assistance if you want to use your imagination or improve in certain academic areas. But more so than that, writing has the wonderful benefit of helping you with your mental health. As Lifehacker mentions, simply keeping a journal gives you the opportunity to sort your thoughts out and express them in a healthy way which, in turns, allows you to release some stress and elevate your self-esteem. That's why you should make "starting a journal" one of your summer goals. If you don't write much, begin writing a little bit each day. If you're short on inspiration, just write about your day, so you can start becoming an avid writer.

Remain Physically Active

If you're a couch potato all summer, your muscles (and even your mental abilities) will suffer from it. You need to stay active in order to challenge your body and brain. For that reason, make it a point to have an active summer: join a football team, enroll in swimming lessons, create a basketball league with your friends, or simply take your pet for a walk on a daily basis. Whatever it is, get moving to have a stronger body and a sharper mind!

Study Over the Break

As the saying goes "if you don't use it, you lose it." This means that the skills or knowledge you don't work on will be forgotten sooner or later. So, lest you want to be a victim of summer learning loss, it's a good idea to go over your notes a few times over the break. Furthermore, this time off provides the perfect opportunity for you to learn effectively. For example, through one-to-one tutoring sessions, you'll have the time, attention, support, and guidance you need to master all of your subjects and prepare for the upcoming school year.

Spend your time off school learning with help from The Tutoring Center, Lawrenceville GACall (770) 545 8105 for more information on their academic programs.

Learn Something New

Since you don't have to go to school every day, you have extra time to dabble in those areas that pique your interest. For instance, you can try cooking, dancing, playing an instrument, painting, gardening, or learning a new language. Whatever it is, learning something new can excite your brain, help you expand your knowledge and skill set, and allow you to develop in many other ways. Plus, it keeps your mind busy and helps you make the most out of your time off school.

Visit New Places

Finally, you should also set a goal to visit new places during your summer break. This is because traveling (even to a nearby town or to another state) can open up your mind and help you learn more about the world around you. Additionally, it gives you the perfect excuse to break out of the routine, explore different environments, and create new memories with friends and family.

Turn to The Tutoring Center, Lawrenceville GA if you'd like to reach your academic potential over the break. Call (770) 545 8105 to enroll in summer tutoring in Lawrenceville GA, or to request a free consultation.

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