3 Steps to Avoid the Summer Holiday Slump

feet hanging over the edge of a bed

1) You’re exhausted. Accept it.

Yep, you’ve got it. Accept the funk.

woman on chair kissing dog
Photo by Avi Naim on Unsplash

2) Set a deadline for your funk

Lazy days are all well and good but they eventually begin to drag on your mental wellbeing.

3) Create a summer bucket list

Once you have reached your lazy days deadline, now is the time to reinsert a bit of your mojo back into your days. To achieve this, create a list of activities you’d like to enjoy. Think of it as your summer holiday bucket list.

bucket and spade on beach
Photo by Heather McKean on Unsplash
  • What are my intentions for my summer holiday?
  • At the end of my holiday, what would I like to look back on and value?
  • What is the best way that I can spend my time off?



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Gemma Drinkall

Gemma Drinkall

Helping teachers to create clear boundaries and love their job again.