You could learn skills like…
- Public speaking
- Positive thinking
11. Build or fix something
Fix a broken fan, build a computer, or make a table. These are skills that will come in handy in the future.
12. Visit museums
A trip to a museum will make you more knowledgeable, and you’ll probably leave feeling inspired too. What’s more, it’s typically free (or cheap) to get in.
13. Start a business
You could start something small like a …
- Babysitting business
- Dog-walking business
- Pet-sitting business
Or you could think big like these 12 kids at
https://www.lifehack.org/articles/money/wanna-millionaire-learn-from-these-12-kids-who-already-are.html who have built million-dollar businesses in arenas like app development, online advertising, fashion, and hair products.
14. Learn to manage your money
Money management is a valuable life skill. Get started by checking out the resources at
15. Pick up a new hobby
You’ll probably feel bored at some point during the school holidays. That’s the time to pick up a new hobby like…
- Playing the ukulele
16. Sell the things you aren’t using
I’m sure you own many things you aren’t using, which other people would be willing to pay for. So hold a garage sale, or put the items up for sale online.
17. Visit a nearby college or university
Whenever I visit a college or university campus, I feel a sense of excitement. Colleges and universities are so full of youth, passion, knowledge and potential. This school holiday, visit one in your area. Learn about the courses and programs offered, and get a feel for the campus culture. You might just leave the campus with a clearer vision of your future plans and goals.
18. Achieve an athletic goal