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Spring Break Ideas

Katie Beech, Feature's Co-Editor

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Spring Break is March 27-March 31! It is a break from school and a time to just relax. Many people go on vacations, but for the people that are not going anywhere and don’t know what to do, this is for you.

  1. Read a Book: Reading a book is the easiest thing to do for anyone, even if they are on vacation. It is good to just have knowledge, and books are a great way to supply that. You could even just read it during your free time if you are super busy over the break.
  2. Start working out: For the people that never work out because they don’t have motivation or simply don’t want to, this one is for you. Spring break is a good time to start working out, especially if you don’t plan on being busy. Plus, it will be just in time to start working on that summer body everyone wants! If the weather is good, you could always run around your neighborhood, or do something active outside. Going to the gym is always an option too, if you have a membership.
  3. Spring Cleaning: This one might not be the most fun thing in the world, but it is very productive. You could start out by cleaning something small, like your backpack, which can then lead to you cleaning your room. When you clean your room, do things you normally don’t do when cleaning it; for example: dust all of your furniture, vacuum everywhere, and organize. Doing this will just make you feel like you have your life together more.
  4. Try Something New: There is a variety of things that you could try doing over the break. For starters, you could try a new food or even try losing a bad food that you always eat! You could also try exploring new places or visiting a new restaurant. There are also a ton of hobbies that you could start like learning a new instrument, cooking, drawing, and trying a new language!
  5. Backyard Camping: If you have no other place to go, you might as well just tent in your backyard. You can invite some of your friends or family over and make popcorn, s’mores, and cheeseburgers and hotdogs! Just set up a tent in your backyard, get some blankets and pillows, and enjoy the fun that comes with it!

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