I'm not certain about all school districts, but my experience has been that the end of June officially signifies the end of the school year, at least fiscally, if not also contractually. For eleven-month administrators, the end of June can mean vacation is about to begin. For twelve-month administrators, it can mean things might slow down a bit in July with possible time for reflection and planning along with some vacation time.
Whatever your situation is, I strongly encourage you to use your vacation time. Really use it. Don't just take half days here and there. Get out of the office. Get out of the building. Get out of town, if you can.
I recently took a week and left town. I went near the Boundary Waters area in northern MN to a cabin. No access to the Internet, so I couldn't check my emails. My cell phone worked and I did get a few work calls during the week, but that was OK. The luxury was having complete days to do whatever I wanted. I never used an alarm clock and I slept in as long as my body needed. I read a complete book. I knitted a baby blanket. I sat on the dock and watched the sunset across the lake. I did enough sudokus to get my fill (almost). I napped every day. I soaked in every minute of the week.
As a new administrator, I probably wouldn't have taken several days of vacation since there is so much to do and learn. But my contract says that I have to use my vacation days within 18 months, or I lose them. When I was hired and my contract was created, I was told that this is a stressful job (!) and the board wanted me to use the vacation days to recharge. I'm glad they did it that way. I needed this vacation more than I realized.
Whether you've just completed your first year of administration or have been doing this awhile, I hope you focus on yourself during this next month of summer and really take some time off. You deserve it. And you probably need it. So, go for it! What do you have to lose? A few stress lines?