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5 Winter Break Tips for Online Students

Most of us are already pining for the days of the long holiday break to sleep late, gorge ourselves on sweet treats and cheese balls, and spend hours in front of the television catching up on Netflix.  No doubt, we are in need of rest and relaxation and enjoying time with our families.  It is important to clear your mind of algebraic equations, sociological theory, or the Georgia Constitution, and fill your head with dancing sugar plums for a while!
While rest and relaxation are vitally important to the brain, we want to suggest that during the many days away from school and the computer that you keep yourself motivated so that you can return in January with tenacity and a fresh perspective. Here are a few tips to help you recharge over the break.
Keep reading. Finding things you love to read over the break will keep your mind stimulated and your vocabulary sharp. (Please don’t rely on Facebook and Buzzfeed for ALL of your intellectual perusing).  
Maintain “to-do” lists.  Staying on som…

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