Summer can be a time when you can finally sit back without having to worry about an upcoming essay or an exam. This is a time where you can start to plan your future, your next year at university, or your next steps altogether.
This could enable you to start thinking about where you want to go, how you want to improve your daily routine, and how to make your overall step-by-step plan to get to where you want to be and by when.
Sometimes spontaneity is exciting. However, summer gives some respite to be able to start to look ahead without the weight of assignments and revision on your shoulders.
Below are some of the best ways to start thinking about your future. Over summer as well as relaxing, holidays, day trips, and enjoying some well-deserved rest and recuperation, you can dedicate some time to your future.
Setting up a LinkedIn account
Setting this up, and putting time into ensuring that your CV is appealing to employers, can make finding a job that little bit easier.
Whether this is a part-time job, or something that you wish to do in the future, having an account like this set up can take the pressure off job hunting as you may be headhunted yourself. You may even be contacted directly by a company if they think that your CV and set of skills suit a particular job in their company.