School is out, and now it's time to set some goals and expectations for summer. From my years of being a teacher, I have learned one important thing about myself: I like to have a schedule and stay busy. Summers provide a wonderful respite from the craziness of grading and lesson planning, but summers can often also cause me to get depressed because I feel purposeless. After a week, I start to feel lonely, and I ache once more for a good schedule and people to surround me.
Therefore, I feel it necessary for me to plan out a bit of my summer so that I can productively fill my days and keep the depression away.
Without further ado, here are a few of my goals for summer:
5 solid goals; I feel like that is a respectable and achievable plan. These goals will help me keep a stable focus through the summer plans of family vacation, girl's camp, and pool time.
Andrew and Maichael
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