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Last updated on May 7, 2012

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That’s it, another year of college is over. For me, it’s the third and the second I’m staying in.

Let’ s face it-your campus during the summer will be far less exciting than during the school year. The reason is that.

But this does not help what is happening much less. Summer brings hardly new events, and a lot of things are closing …

Because of these two things, you might be bored. Well, in the words of the great philosopher:

Yes, there are fewer people going on during the summer and the least happens. But that doesn’t mean you have to miss it. In fact, you have.

With that in mind, I do.

No classes, clubs, group meetings, homework, and whatever you do during the year, when you run, your time is very free in the summer. Of course, you might have a job to do for a while, but once you’re done, you’re free …

Instead of wasting your time watching old episodes.

  • How to cook 5-10 decent dishes (.
  • Graphic design (Photoshop, Illustrator)-take advantage of.
  • Playing pool, like a pro (next semester I’m billiards).
  • It’s just a few random ideas. Find what you’re interested in. Need more inspiration? Here.

    Summer is a good time to work on creating your brand. With classes and other distractions, you have time to really focus on how you want to be seen professionally …

    Here is a checklist of things that you can do this summer to build your brand and lay a great foundation for when you start the internship-hunting in the fall:.

  • Find a friend who’s trying to learn the art of photography and get something great.
  • I can’t emphasize this:

    To get even more in-depth access to personal branding.

    Yes, I mentioned the events in the network and the meeting with the people on the last council, but that’s not what I’m talking about. I’m talking about.

    Since most of your friends probably won’t be on campus this summer, you’ll have a pretty boring three months if you don’t connect with other people who decided to stay in school for the summer. Fortunately, all these people are probably already.

    Here are some ideas for meeting with other people sharing your campus this summer:.

  • If you live on campus, you’ll probably have a whole day. All your things move quickly.
  • I would even say it.

    My gym hit for the last section isn’t just about meeting people. It is important to keep your health on the check, and the summer provides an ideal opportunity to focus on your fitness goals …

    First, you need to achieve certain goals. Maybe you want to start 5K. Maybe you want a bench 250. In any case, write your goals and make them quantitatively. Add them to yours.

    I don’t know where to start. Well, if you don’t have any specific targets, I’ll help you:

    I would recommend you do it.

  • Barbell squat-3 sets of 5 reps.
  • “Barbell Bench Press” 3 sets of 5 raps.
  • Dead left3 set of 5 rep.
  • Dips-3 sets, go until faile.
  • Barbell squat-3 sets of 5 reps.
  • Ping Barbell Shoulder Press-3 is a set of 5 reps.
  • Power Cleanup-3 of 5 reps.
  • The replacement string of the cable (or Bent Over Barbell Row) -3 set of 5 reps.
  • Chinups-3 sets, go until faile.
  • That’s it! I recommend you lift three times a week, alternating between Day 1 and Day 2, which means you will be doing one twice a week. If you choose weights for each elevator, use something that challenges 5 reps-something you can barely lift 5 times on your last set ..

    If you eat well, you’ll find that elevators are improving quickly. -Yes, of course! During my first year, I took my court from 165 to 270 in three months and greatly improved my other elevators as …

    Keep that in mind.

    Besides, I think it’s very important to keep track of your progress. So you can see how much you’ve improved.

    Guess what? You don’t have a class tomorrow. Know what that means. It doesn’t matter if you fall face to ground from a height of 10,000 feet …

    Okay, maybe that’s it. It’s still summer, which means it’s the best time to try all the crazy things you’re afraid to do. Get your adrenaline and try something crazy. Here are some ideas:

  • Skydaiwe (my friend Jesse’s dad.
  • Make an adventure race (I do.
  • If you have outdoor rec programs in your school, you get involved in one (ISU has white rafting, rock climbing, hiking, etc.).
  • Travel. Go somewhere that scares you …
  • Go to the mountain.It doesn’t have to be crazy, but come out and do something that scares you-something that gets your blood pumping. Make your life interesting. I’m gonna check out Joel Ranyon’s awesome blog.
  • Unless you’re coming to see you.During the summer after the first year, and a few of my friends and I went to an epic quest to get a picture inside.

    Of course, you don’t have to try to get into every building on your campus, but it would be fun to go out and explore some of them. Go find out the story behind the coldest buildings. Ask around and see if we can get into areas that most people think are absolutely unlimited. Meet the president of the university …

    You’re a student. Find out your high school …

    Boring, how do you think your school for the summer … the hometown of your friends is probably even more boring. Of course, your friends might have old school buddies to hang out with them, but many of these people are either working full-time or simply unavailable. Facing the person-unless they learn abroad or do not pass an internship in a really cool city, your friends are likely to miss you before you read this post ..

    So why don’t we do something cool for them? Even if they just send them a stupid birthday, like the one my friend Bill sent over to one of my friends. The hearing from you is likely to be a highlight of their summer. So send them something cool.Yousa. It’s a little longer than I thought. And yet, I feel that you have enough to go on to get yourself to a wonderful start. All right.

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