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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Whatever it is we’re doing, summer really isn't a break anymore. When we've spent the past ten months working non-stop, we need time off. Risking burnout and mental breakdowns, it's incredibly important to take time and breathe. So, even if we can't take off a few well-deserved months, there are still some ways for us to feel rejuvenated and relaxed this summer.
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Whatever it is we’re doing, summer really isn't a break anymore. When we've spent the past ten months working non-stop, we need time off. Risking burnout and mental breakdowns, it's incredibly important to take time and breathe. So, even if we can't take off a few well-deserved months, there are still some ways for us to feel rejuvenated and relaxed this summer.
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If it’s a weekly activity (as it is for many), it becomes less of an activity and more of a routine — work during the week, frat parties on the weekends.
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If it’s a weekly activity (as it is for many), it becomes less of an activity and more of a routine — work during the week, frat parties on the weekends.
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While some moments are exhausting and infuriatingly slow, others breeze by before you know it, so be sure to value your Bear time while you have it.
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While some moments are exhausting and infuriatingly slow, others breeze by before you know it, so be sure to value your Bear time while you have it.
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I could hardly sit still in my room long enough to watch a TV show, and sometimes that drove me positively crazy. It’s acceptable to spend a Tuesday buried in books; try the same thing on a Saturday, and the fear of missing out, aka FOMO, rears its ugly head.
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I could hardly sit still in my room long enough to watch a TV show, and sometimes that drove me positively crazy. It’s acceptable to spend a Tuesday buried in books; try the same thing on a Saturday, and the fear of missing out, aka FOMO, rears its ugly head.
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