How to enjoy summer when you’re working (or not)

Summer takes on a whole new meaning after graduation. For most of the working world summer vacation is cut from three glorious months down to just a week or two. And, if you were lucky enough to have had outdoor summer jobs, the transition to spending most of your day indoors can be a rough one.
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But starting your first job doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all the summer fun. Bike to work, grab ice cream at lunch, hit up an outdoor happy hour – with a little imagination and these tips, you can take back your summer.

Having the opposite problem?
chris-traeger-certainIf you’re having a hard time enjoying your summer because you’re stressing over finding a job, we have a guide for you too. We especially like 3, 5, 13, 18, 28, 32 and 34.

Whatever you’re doing – get outside, soak up some Vitamin D and have fun this summer. You survived the coldest winter in Burlington’s history (well, it felt like it anyway), you deserve it!