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Working Summer [how to keep relaxed during one] - June 17th 2009, 06:51 AM

So, basically, I'm adopting a working summer policy for my Junior year summer. :] I'm finishing my AP summer work [which includes reading a 700 page book and colormarking it as well as filling out some charts] and getting a jumpstart on my other AP classes [which include going through the first chapter of, say, AP Bio and learning a little bit about biochemistry, wahoo ]. Also, I am completing work for a government class that I'm taking at a community college at my summer camp where I've been chosen to go learn about the government, blahblahblah. On top of this, I'm also volunteering at my favorite place, and I'm loving every second of it. However, I'd like some tips on how to keep it relaxed and on the DL on a working summer. I know I'll have to do working summers during college, so I figure it's a good practice. I'm splitting my work up by days. I've been doing one chapter of the 700 page book per day and 2 questions per day of work pertaining to my government class..
Despite getting started early, it still seems I'll have to work right through the summer [there simply isn't enough time in the day!]
Any other tips on how to stay relaxed during a working summer?

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Re: Working Summer [how to keep relaxed during one] - June 17th 2009, 10:29 AM

Just as you suggested, do it in chunks. REMEMBER to take days off too though
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