How to Make the Most Out of Spring Break

Spring Break is finally upon us and here is a list of activities that will allow you to make the most out of this week off.

1) Take Advantage of Sunsets

Usually you are slammed with homework, but this week grab a few friends and head to the beach where you can have that much-needed opportunity to enjoy nature at its finest.

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2) Ride a Bike

Hopping on a bicycle can bring back the memories from your childhood and a little exercise is good for the soul.

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3) Go to Six Flags

With terrifying, yet exciting rides, it is a match made in heaven for teenagers trying to make the most out of a day off. The predicted warm weather will also allow you to take advantage of the water park.

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4) Spend Time with Family

Hectic schedules often get the best of us, so take the opportunity to spend much-needed time with family members.

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5) Clean Your Room

Don’t try to lie because we all know that since Winter Break you probably have not seen the floor of your bedroom. Use this week off to dedicate one day toward cleaning. It might sound like torture, but plugging in tunes will help!

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6) Sit Back and Relax

If you are at the point of exhaustion where none of the listed activities interest you, then you may need to see a doctor. If a doctor seems too extreme, then take this time to catch up on sleep and relax.

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Megan Brawner, Editor-in-Chief

Senior Megan Brawner is the Editor-in-Chief of the 2015-2016 Colonel. She is the captain of the cross country team and runs Indoor and Outdoor Track. She participates in Youth United for Global Action and Awareness (YUGA) Club and is the secretary of the Senior Class. She is the Editor of Key Club. She will attend Central Connecticut State University to study Business next fall.

Author: thecolonel306

The Colonel is Ledyard High School's award-winning news magazine, serving as the student voice of LHS for almost 50 years.

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