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Staying active in the summer!

Summer is here. Which means two things. Number one, you’re going to melt every time you step foot outdoors and number two, you’re out of school. This breakaway from the mundane school life can also break certain habits.

According to the University College London, it takes an individual 6️6 days to develop a habit whether it’s self studying, exercising or performing chores. Needless to say, an individual can break a healthy habit with half the effort.

Here are three ways in which you can stay focused and mentally sharp during your summer holiday.

A proper plan of your day is possibly the most important yet easiest step to save you a lot of time and effort.

Naturally your summer schedule doesn’t have to be jam packed but simply keeping on tabs to your personal calendar can make the biggest difference.

For every 30 minute task you perform, try to incorporate a 2 minute break in between.Let's say if you are to read for an hour, taking 2 breaks of refilling your coffee and snacking on some fruits can be a good idea.

Emergencies are of dire importance. But you really don’t need to reply every little message that pops up on your phone during your activities. Silencing or even putting it to airplane mode won’t hurt anybody. Chances are you won’t miss anything, but your productivity and focus are guaranteed to increase tremendously.

Summer holiday is a wonderful opportunity to explore new hobbies but don’t forget to remain focused and sharp on your daily tasks.

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