How to Make Your Academic Summer Amazing

by | Apr 12, 2018 | academic writing

It’s that time of the year. The time where the semester is coming to a head. Time to do #allthegrading, #allthemeetings, #allthethings. You keep kicking yourself for assigning so much stuff due at the end of the semester. Everyone wants a piece of your time. It’s becoming difficult to find time to eat lunch, but you are managing with one hand.

And there it is. Glimmering like a polished jewel just over the horizon.

Summer.

Yes! Summer! (you say) #allthethings can wait until then! Once I hit summer break, everything will be fine. I’ll have those huge blocks of time I’ve been waiting for to write #allthearticles. I’ll take the kids to the beach. I’ll finally figure out what the internet means by “self-care.”

I don’t want to put a damper on your summer dreams, but don’t you already have a bunch of stuff planned for summer? And now we’re adding more stuff to that?

 

7 summer steps to have a productive academic year

 

Instead, I want you to use your summer to make next academic year absolutely amazing. To get you started, I’m sharing my 7-part video series called #SevenSummerSteps. It outlines seven steps to take this summer to have a super productive academic year. And setting yourself up for success next year is a pretty amazing accomplishment for this summer, right?

Here’s the first video in the series.

 

 

You can view all seven videos inside this series on my YouTube Channel here!

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