Hey my man, winter is almost over and I want to make the most of spring, what should I do?
by Louie Demetroulakos on Friday, March 7th, 2014
You have come to the right place, my friend. Spring is my favorite time of the year because of its capacity for growth and change. Look all around you, and you will see the trees begin to sprout and the flowers start to grow. It is a time when you also can grow and develop.
Just for fun, let’s pretend that you are a little seed, and that Big Lou is a rain cloud. I am about to give you some water in the form of advice in order to help you grow this spring. Spring is all about embracing life and striving to reach new goals. In order to have an amazing spring, you will need three things: enthusiasm, willingness to enjoy the outdoors, and an open mind. March vacation is a great time for self-reflection; use your break as a time to look back on the past year and figure out what you want out of the rest of the year. In order to get your thoughts brewing, I suggest a long walk, a good novel, and a cup of exotic tea.
Think about March break as a time for renewal. I’m not telling you to change, but come back in April with a renewed spirit. Spring is prime time for fun at the Academy. Switch things up and do your homework outside. You will be amazed how the smell of compost on the quad can inspire you to write a critical essay.
All jokes aside, being in touch with nature this spring will bring a plethora of benefits. As I mentioned before, spring is a time for growth. Whatever year you are in, the finish line is nearing, so finish with a bang. Even though summer is on the horizon, set goals to keep you focused for the remainder of the school year.
Spring will be a blast if you relax and enjoy every moment of it. Try and spend more time with friends and take time just for fun. A great way to enjoy springtime is to plan out your week according to the weather. For example, if it is going to be sunny and 70 on Friday, get your work done ahead of time so that you can enjoy the sunny days. Spring is really what you make of it, but I strongly suggest making the most of every moment. Go for the gold this spring, make some new friends, and always stay cool (and stay in school).
Your MAIN man,
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