Just got my wisdom teeth out, have one more week of work, then I'm moving out the second week of August. I've done no 0L prep, but tried to work out enough to feel my best going into 1L. I've also worked a job I hate: waiting tables. Being a lawyer could not possibly be worse. Saturday night I worked 11 hours on my feet, dealing with needy people-- I made good money, but it was hard work.
Back to 1L... For me, it's all mental; I'll spend a week with my fiancee and a week for orientation--- during that time I'll put into writing my gameplan compiled from TLS. But my typing speed is already excellent, and I'll have all the necessary materials and supplements. When it classes start it will simply be a matter of putting in the time, taking it all in from my prof's and older students, and studying/preparing in the most effective fashion. All of which I am totally prepared to do. Because let's face it, do our professional lives not depend on it?
Beyond 1L is where I have little concrete game plans. But that is research for another day-- 1L grades are my focus right now (notwithstanding resumes and cover letters for 1L summer).