11 Signs You're Beyond Ready For Summer
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11 Signs You're Beyond Ready For Summer

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11 Signs You're Beyond Ready For Summer
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Even though you just technically flipped your calendar to March, your mind just got flipped to June. It is becoming increasingly harder to stay focused on that thing called school as the weather reaches above 50 degrees.

If you already stored your winter jackets away for the season...these are going to be a long two months for you. You know you're all too ready to summer if you are seeing/experiencing these things already.

1. You slowly but surely start to hit the gym for that desirable "summer bod."

2. But, of course, ice cream shops are starting to open for season...

And that really counteracts your mission for that bikini bod.

3. You and your hometown friends have already started making too many plans to even keep track of.

4. Above 40 degrees?

Great. Shorts, muscle tank and flip flops it is for that one kid on campus who is just really done with the semester.

5. Less and less students start showing up for class as the days go on.

6. You're actually looking forward to having to set your alarm...

...for work rather than having to set it for your 8 a.m. class.

7. You have yet to stop ordering iced coffees from Dunkin since last summer.

8. You've had a countdown going for your last final since syllabus week.

9. Online bathing suit shopping over doing homework #priorities.

10. Everyone starts to break out of their winter blues and campus starts to become more lively.

11. When you no longer refer to the days of the week as Monday, Tuesday, etc.

They are now just pronounced as "one day closer to summer."

....And you just barely made it out alive of midterms. But always remember, tomorrow is one day closer to summer.

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