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10 things it’s OK to do in the Summer holidays!

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How many of us start our summer break feeling positive and full of ideas of how we are going to get fit, learn a new skill, see friends every day, rock up to festivals...the list is endless.

By the second week you may already feel bored, with all your plans now just a distant memory.

But don’t feel too disheartened, relaxing and taking some time out to re-charge your batteries is fine too! Here is our top ten list of things it’s ok to do this Summer.

10 things it OK to do during Summer Break.

  • It’s ok…to read 3 or 4 books back to back and not another one for the rest of the year.
  • To have a stationary binge, throwing out all your old stuff to make way for the new.
  • To let the phone ring…and then text your friend asking what they wanted.
  • To have a clear out of social media friends you’ve not heard from in ages.
  • To stay in your PJ’s or Onesies all day a couple of times a week.
  • To wear a hat when on holiday and look très chic.
  • To watch a movie on repeat and proudly recite every line to family and friends.
  • Learn a few words of a foreign language and use them when on holiday – super sophisticated, even if it’s just ordering a coke from the waiter.
  • Become a master of a computer game.
  • It’s absolutely OK…to do nothing at all…and simply chillax!


How do you chill during the summer break, we’d love to hear your ideas and suggestions?

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Dogs363

Savage girl until I found this website

SavageGirl

I literally do nothing but watch YouTube videos.

GHOST ??

Vicki is very helpful and has answered all of my questions!!😋

Lotso

I do the reading one the pjs one and the absolutally nothing one everyday

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