Many of you might already have finished school for the year and have been enjoying the summer already, but my summer only started this Tuesday. Last Tuesday I had my last resit and had to hand in my last essay. Even though I have had some weeks off between my final exam and the resit, it still couldn't feel like summer, as I was worried about my grade and already (mentally) preparing myself for the resit. But now all that is over, however I do still worry about my grade...
Today is Thursday, which means I have had two days of summer holiday already. Yay! And I absolutely look forward to all the free time. Next week I will go home, to my parents, and will be there till the end of the summer, because of work. (work is not so yay, but money is haha).
But Monday I will go to Amsterdam with my younger brother, to shop at Urban Outfitters, and Forever 21, ZARA and all the other beautiful shops in Amsterdam.
Tuesday I have my first driving lesson, my aim is to get my license at the end of the summer.
And then the 11th I have a party at a friend's student house, the 12th is my birthday, I celebrate it the 13th, and then the 14th of July I am going to Berlin with my parents and younger brother. Then the 18th I am going back home and they'll go further into Germany with the caravan.
Then there's a few weeks of lots of working, I hope, celebrating my birthday with friends, and then the 11th of August I am going to Sziget Festival in Budapest. I can't wait already for the festival: so many amazing artists, the weather, the people, my friends <3
I am not too excited about working during the summer, but I do need the money. I have set myself the goal for saving for a Macbook Pro. I do not only need the money for that, but I still need to buy a backpack, a small mattress and maybe even a small tent, all three for the festival. Then also I need to buy food and drinks there... And I might want to save some money for next year of being a student.
Living the adult life is expensive.
However, I will still enjoy my summer, as I have great plans ahead of me.
What does your summer look like? Do you have any specific plans made yet?'