Without the strict schedule of school from morning to evening, and the random assortment of sport practices, band practices, church gatherings, etc., your schedule may be looking pretty slim. It would be too easy to just sit back and relax for the rest of the summer with no worries. If your plate is looking pretty empty, take time to relax and enjoy, but stay active.
The worst thing you can do is NOTHING.
Which sounds great at first, but after a few days, weeks, you will start to feel the summer funk. Which includes and is not limited to restlessness, sleeplessness, sadness, and loneliness. I have been there, trust me, it is not a fun place to be.
So here are some tips to stay away from the summer funk:
1. GET INVOLVED. It could be with a sports club, volunteering, or something similar. Do something you love to do that will get you out of the house and enjoying your summer days with friends.