What is summer work?
Summer work is either pre-school homework that you have to complete during the summer, or it is an actual job that you have to go to daily to earn money. Older students typically have to balance going to work, completing summer work for school, and enjoying themselves for the summer. Summer work is important because it gives you background knowledge on the material you will cover during the following school year. Summer jobs are important too, they give experience for future job prospects you will encounter. These are both really important aspects of summer. It is important you know how to balance everything.
Gaining the motivation for summer work
Where do you start? The best way to muster up the courage to complete these things is to think about the end goal. Think about how you want to spend your summer. Think about what else you want to accomplish. Think about what you would like to purchase. Thinking about the end result of an activity can help boost your motivation to do and complete it. For example, if you want to spend one of two months of summer hanging with friends, it is best to get all the summer work done in the month before. Or if you want to purchase a new shoe, it is best to show up for work to earn the paycheck that'll help you buy it. Something that's also important is to do things you like. Summer 'work' is not limited to these two areas, so if you find yourself unhappy, you should consider other options.
Managing time is extremely important, no matter what season you're in. Get a planner and plan out your week so you can memorize your schedule. Staying organized is the best way to ensure that you get everything you want to get done, done. In your schedules, remember to make time for yourself so that you can follow your planned schedule with ease. For example, in between work sessions, give yourself an hour or two of break. This way you'll be more motivated to complete the first session, and you'll recharge for the next one. Giving yourself time to relax is imperative to your overall well-being, so don't skip out on it.