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07/04/2019
If you don't want your time off school to waste away, you should pursue fulfilling a few goals. For ideas of beneficial goals to work on, read this post by The Tutoring Center, Houston TX (Memorial).

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Academic Goals to Accomplish this Summer

Increase Your Book Count

One of the more beneficial goals you can engage in during your summer break is that of reading more. This is because, when you read, you are able to learn more about a variety of subjects, as well as practice your grammar, spelling, improve your vocabulary, and more. If you don't have a habit of reading, however, a good place to start would be to read half an hour a day. This reading goal is achievable and won't overwhelm you, so you will be able to keep up with it easily. By the end of the summer, you'll actually enjoy reading.

Start Writing in a Journal

Another very beneficial academic goal that you can work on during your free time is writing in a journal. Like reading, writing comes with a slew of academic benefits, such as improved grammar, spelling, and communication skills. However, it can also help your mental health since, as Lifehacker explains, it helps you organize your ideas and express them in a healthy manner. To start writing a journal, you can write a little bit each day about anything: your thoughts on a TV show, a documentation of your daily activities, a short story, etc. The more you do it, the easier it will be to express yourself.

Study a Little Bit

Summer break is supposed to be all about being completely done with school and forgetting it ever existed. Still, this approach isn't the best one. In case you didn't know, if you neglect your academics completely over the break, you may forget everything you learned, which will make your return to school much more challenging. For that reason, one of your academic goals for the summer break should be to go over your notes a couple of times. Simply reading them will refresh the information in your brain, and will make it more likely that you'll have a successful return to school.

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Engage in a Few Physically Activities

More often than not, school and academic duties take so much of your time, that you may end up spending your days sitting at a desk, studying. And when you're not studying, you probably spend a lot of time on the couch resting and watching TV. However, since you won't have to go to school during the break, this is the perfect time to engage in a few physical activities. You can walk the dog on a daily basis, you can meet your friends at a park and play a game of basketball, you can enroll in a dance or swim class, and much more. The idea here is that you keep moving and using your muscles.

Try Something New

Once again, summer break means that you don't have the time constraints of your regular life, which in turn, means that this is your chance to explore other areas of yourself that you may not know about. For example, you can take on painting classes, try to learn a new instrument, enroll in Spanish lessons, pick up a bike for the first time, and develop a slew of other amazing skills. If you work on them hard enough, you never know where any of those could take you, so get started this summer.

Try to Visit New Places

Lastly, one goal that could make your summer break at least a bit more exciting is to try to visit new places. It doesn't have to be a new country: you can go to a town you don't know near your city or simply visit a place you've never been to in your city. Traveling can be an incredible learning experience. Moreover, if you go there with your friends and family, you can get out of your routine, explore those unknown new places, create new memories with your loved ones, and much more. Try it this summer to give your break a new spin.  

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