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7 great things that come along with the end of summer

The end of summer doesn't come with all bad things.

7 great things that come along with the end of summer

Since I live in Texas and it has been 110 degrees this week I decided to write an article on reasons why the end of summer is actually a great thing.

1. You get back on a schedule


The thing about summer is that you can sleep all day, wake up whenever, and nap whenever you want. With school there is always something that needs to be done. You can pull back out that planner and get to color coding.

2. You get to see your friends again


This has been the worst part of summer. I have missed my out of state friends SO much. Only a few weeks until we are all back together.



Fall is by far the best season. Football games, sweaters, and cute boots. What else can a girl ask for!

4. You get to move back to school


I love being home and I love my family, but I am ready to be living in a house with all my friends.

5. You get one step closer to graduation


If you are someone who looks forward to getting a life and a real job then another semester down is another semester closer to that life!

6. Christmas is nearing


No words needed for this. Merry almost Christmas

7. You can wear leggings all day and not get hot


I am convinced that leggings are sent from God. They are the best pair of pants on the market, but I can't wear them in the summer because it is too hot. Fall=Leggings.

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