Use your holiday wisely

So many children are excited about holidays. They leave school with plans of relaxing and having fun.
Children can help set the table before meals and clear it after. Net photo.
Children can help set the table before meals and clear it after. Net photo.

So many children are excited about holidays. They leave school with plans of relaxing and having fun.

However, most do not know how to use their time at home productively. Therefore, they spend all day, either sleeping or watching TV and movies.

Their holiday timetable is something like this: Wake up at 10:00 a.m, eat breakfast, go back to bed, wake up for lunch, watch movies and visit friends until late at night.

Time for helping with chores or doing something productive to improve their talents and skills like reading novels, exercising or engaging in a sport is absent.

This usually happens in homes where children feel that the maids will do everything else while they wait to be served as kings and queens. These children cannot even do basic chores, like cleaning their dirty and disorderly bedrooms and even some wait for the housemaid to wash their underwear that they throw in the dirty laundry.

However, this kind of lifestyle is unhealthy. Children should not give their parents reason to complain over an increased electric bill and untidy rooms. Instead, they can plan their days productively.

Instead of sleeping all day, discover something new to do that will improve you artistic, musical, intellectual, physical and intellectual talents. Try out a new sport, try drawing and creating new things with material lying around at home and see if you will not enjoy your holiday. Most importantly, if you want to network with friends, do so during the day and not late in the evening or at night.

 

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