After slogging hard for months with endless sleepless nights, all you need after your board exams is to find a way to relax.
After slogging hard for months on end with endless sleepless nights, all you need after your board exams is time to relax, quality time with friends and family, space to analyse your future plans and most importantly, some time for your own self.
After months of studying hard for your boards, which are crucial for your career path, you definitely need a break from all those heavy course books. It is normal to be excited as well as nervous for your results, but why spend your two months of holiday pondering over something which would only contribute to making you feel restless?
Now two months is a very long time and trust us, there are plenty of activities one can do to pass time as well as discover one’s own interests.
Now that most of the school exams are over, we bring before you 6 cool activities you can indulge in:
1. Go on a tour
Be it with your family or friends, going on a tour to an unexplored place is always exciting. You may either go to a famous city and explore its surroundings, or travel to the hilly mountainous terrains amidst the lush green beauty of nature. If you like adventure, going for a jungle safari may interest you, not to forget the exquisite rare animals you might get to see or click if wildlife photography is what you are interested in.
2. Join a hobby class
If you have an interest towards a particular activity such as singing, playing a musical instrument, painting, drumming, driving, rock climbing etc, you may pursue it during your two-month break. Since some colleges do have some seats reserved for students in extra curricular activities (ECA), joining a hobby class might come handy.
3. Catch up with unwatched movies and TV series
4. Read and write more
If you like to read, this is a good time to keep all your textbooks aside and get hold of some good novels which might interest you.If you like writing, you can also spend your time writing down fictional or non fictional pieces and even try out some freelance writing work online to earn some money and add to your CV.
5. Visiting unexplored local places
Your own city might be having some good unexplored places, which you can search for and plan to visit. Exploring such places in your own city could also turn out to be a never-to-be-forgotten trip. You never know what that place has to offer.
6. Join an NGO
For those who like to indulge in social work, getting associated with an NGO will be a good deal. You may teach underprivileged children, volunteer at an old age home or an orphanage. Except for adding to your CV, an activity like this might also leave a deep or even healthy impression on your heart and mind. You never know! So, go for it!