7 Ways Students Can Stay Productive During Summer Break

Written by Randy Stancovici

If you’re a student, you long for summer vacation. School takes a lot out of you so it’s nice to have a few months to unwind. You get to catch up and focus on all of the things you don’t normally get to enjoy. But one of the biggest problems students face is staying productive during summer break. You spend 2-3 months having fun in the sun and when you return to class in early September, you end up feeling overwhelmed and stressed out.

This happens to everyone. You’re coming off your summer high and back into the real world, and you end up crashing and burning. It’s a rough and transition. It’s like starting a car that’s been sitting in your garage for years. The engine is going to sound clunky and congested. Or if you don’t drive, think of it like riding your bike. If you don’t ride your bike for a couple of years, the chain is going to rust and it will feel very tight and restricted when you finally take your bike out for a spin. Fortunately, this can be avoided. All you need to do is keep your mind sharp and productive during summer break. If you can accomplish this, then you will make the transition in September very smoothly.

That being said, here are 7 ways students can stay productive during summer break:

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About the author

Randy Stancovici

Randy graduated Baruch College with his BBA in Marketing in 2016. He is the Content Strategist for PandoLogic, where he is involved in content marketing, promotion, and SEO.