Wherever You're Headed, You Need To Do These 5 Things This Spring Break

Wherever You're Headed, You Need To Do These 5 Things This Spring Break

It's what you've been waiting for and definitely what you've been needing all year.

Spring Break. Two words that are filled with so much meaning to the average college student.

These words mean relaxation, friends, and, of course, a break from school. It’s what you’ve been waiting for and definitely what you’ve been needing all year.

Because of this, you need to take advantage of your break and make it the best week we possibly can. In order to help you do so, here are five things that I believe need to be present for a successful Spring Break:

1. Relaxation

You deserve a break. You have been working hard all year and you’re going to continue working hard when you return to school. Take this week off and treat yourself to some much-needed relaxation. Your future self will thank you.

2. New people

Get outside your comfort zone and meet some new people. Whether they become your best friend, you learn something new from them, or they just help you practice being friendly, it’ll be worth it.

3. New adventures

Whether you’re at home or in a completely new place, do something you’ve never done before. Conquer a fear, gain a new hobby, or try something you’ve always wanted to. Make some awesome memories you can look back on later.

4. Vitamin D

Just because you stay inside the rest of the year does not mean you can stay inside all spring break. Go outside, get some Vitamin D, and be active in a fun way. It will make you feel better both mentally and physically.

5. No regrets

The single most important thing that a Spring Break must include is no regrets. Take advantage of every opportunity, do everything you want to do, and, most importantly, have fun. Come back to school fulfilled and ready to get back to work.

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What I Have And Will Continue To Learn From Working With Kids

I always say that I will learn more from my students than they will from me, and I cannot wait to start that journey.


I have loved kids ever since I can remember.

I was an only child up until I was 5 years old. Those years were great, but I spent a good amount of them laying on the floor, crying and begging my parents for another sibling.

Soon my sister came, then another sister and then my brother.

I loved them so much and wanted to do nothing but care for them.

My siblings made me realize how much I love working with kids, how much I love teaching them and how much I love learning from them.

I had the opportunity to help my dad coach my sister's softball and basketball teams. This was one of the best experiences I have ever had.

Throughout high school, I spent time volunteering in elementary classrooms, and any "uncertainty" I had about what I wanted to do with my life was gone.

The "uncertainty" was the fact that I maybe wouldn't get paid enough, I wouldn't be good enough or people would think I wasn't smart enough.

But I can learn more from kids than I could ever learn from my professors.

And I'm not saying anything against any profession. But we all have our things.

And mine is kids, mine is teaching.

Children teach me to take life a little less seriously.

They have taught me that you truly never know what other people are going through and we are all going through something.

Children will teach me to keep my patience.

They will keep me young forever.

Children have taught me to never pass judgment and always spread kindness

They will teach me lessons that I can't even imagine right now and things I don't even know.

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