Spring Break And How To Make The Best Of It-dataload

UnCategorized First day of class, and you’re listening to Professor Levinson’s monotone voice. The blinding light glaring off his bald head isn’t doing you any favors either. But you know that you just have to hop-skip through January and February with one last jump through March and you’ll leave for Spring Break. You smile, sink back in your chair, and pull your hood up a little more. It won’t be long now. A lot of Spring Breakers take off and come back less excited about school and poorer than they’ve ever been with a raging headache and no clear memories to show for it. Spring Break done right will probably save your academic life so it’s time to start planning. Here are three things you want to think about before you get started: 1.Budget 2.Goals 3.Safety You don’t have to spend a fortune to have a spring break that will help you rebound for the rest of the semester. In fact, if you start saving now, you’ll probably be able to take a sweet trip. Saving $20/week from now until Spring Break time will put over $400 in your bank account. That’s enough to take a decent trip and have a little bit of spending cash left over. Here are a few other things to consider that will save your budget: 1.Plan out your expenses day by day. Then only use a cash budget while you’re traveling. Don’t bring credit cards. 2.Take a bus where you want to go. They are over 4 times cheaper than taking a flight on average. 3.Share a tent with friends! Camping is a great way to reduce the cost of your trip. Really stop and think about this one question. What do you want to get out of your Spring Break trip? Do you want to just party your brains out and come home? Or do you want to have a memorable trip filled with sites and memories? Do you want to go with friends or go alone? Believe it or not, your goals will determine 90% of your Spring Break planning including your destination. No matter what your goals are, do your research ahead of time. Chances are you can find a safe place to stay and have a great time. Here are just a few solid tips: 1.Go in a group. Your chances of a trip mishap are greatly decreased when you travel in a group. 2.Give up your keys. If you’re going to drink, make sure someone else is taking care of the driving. 3.Make sure someone knows where you are at all times. Check in with a member of your group regularly. By evaluating your Spring Break budget, goals, and safety, you can make sure you’ll have a great Spring Break 2010. So don’t let Professor Levinson and his boring lectures get you down. Spring Break 2010 is right around the corner! About the Author: For more information about Spring Break, see ..mySunnySpringBreak.. which is a free resource for students who want to enjoy Spring Break. You’ll find articles about and photo galleries for Spring Break 2010 hundreds of destinations. Art Gib is a freelance writer. Article Published On: 相关的主题文章: