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Tackle Summer Boredom in 7 Steps!

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Matthew Johnson

Founder & Owner of: Unmotivated Enthusiast

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Successful Living Writer


It’s finally summer, and with that comes a lot of free time. But how to efficiently use this time without staring at the walls for days?

1. Read!

Books are probably one of the best ways to spend you free time. You get to enjoy an amazing piece of literature, and passively your brain remembers some new words or phrases. Bonus points if you read it in your second or third language.

2. Write

Whether it’s a journal, a novella, or a fictional story, let the words flow. You’ll find so many inspiration from the places around you and expand your horizons. And if you out enough effort into what you write, you might even get it published! How awesome would be that?

3. Find a new hobby

This one might sound easy, but let’s put a twist onto it. Try something totally out of your comfort zone, or something you’d never imagine doing. Whether it be painting, drawing, sewing, or photography – go and explore! Who knows what this world has to offer?

4. Take a walk

This again sounds kind of obvious, but I want you to take a few things into consideration when taking a walk. Leave you phone behind to be able to fully enjoy the surroundings. Observe the people, watch the horizon – whatever you like!

5. Volounteer

Many shelters need volunteers to help them run the place. Not only is this a good deed but it might also look great on a college application. Isn’t this a win-win situation?

6. Meet with your friends

You probably meet with them on a regular basis, but it’d be nice to put a twist on these meetings. Try going to new places, talking in another language, or playing truth or dare. It can be so much more fun than you think!

7. Visit the beach!

Or the local pool. It’s summer, and it’s time to get the tan you always wanted. You can combine this with the activities mentioned earlier in order to get the most out of your time there!

Whatever you choose to do, remember to have fun and make memories. Summer’s the time to do the things you never have time for during the school year, so don’t waste it in front of the screen!


Article Credits: Matthew Johnson

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

(For Beauty, Life, Inspiration Bloggers & More)
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14 Comments
  1. Matthew Johnson
    Nishi garg 4 months ago

    Very nice and helpful ideas..

  2. Matthew Johnson

    Love these ideas! Learning a new skill or taking up a new hobby is really challenging! I had learnt to knit last summer! 😊

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    Darie.T 6 months ago

    Very good tips to enjoy any vacation!

  5. Matthew Johnson
    Bath Of Colours 7 months ago

    Love it! Such a great read!

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    JackedFinance 7 months ago

    Find a hobby or skill and dedicate you free time to that!

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    College Mate 8 months ago

    Travel is definitely the best way to spend the summer months, when possible. Once we start working we never get that kind of time off again.

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    amadyaan 8 months ago

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    LaurensLipGlossary 9 months ago

    Ahh yes! There are so many places I want to go and things I want to learn this summer 🙂 All about self improvement!

  10. Matthew Johnson
    oldheartnewstart 9 months ago

    Ah, the good old days when summer meant more free time. 🙂 These are great ideas!

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    Dany Slone 1 year ago

    I agree don’t waste it looking in front of the tv. Go out and do something! Especially in our part of the world when the sun’s hardly seen.

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    Rishi 1 year ago

    and for winter

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