Why Fall Is The Best Season Ever

Why Fall Is The Best Season Ever

It's end of story.

Fall is the best season ever. That’s it. End of story. I may be biased because my birthday is during the fall, but what is there to hate about fall?

The clothes are adorable. You can wear dark nail polish again with it being socially acceptable.

You can start going to football games, pep rallies and sporting events. Go team, go!

There are plenty of cool places to see the beautiful tuning leaves, whether it is in Boston or the Jersey shore. There will be orange and red leaves dotting trees, swiftly falling to the ground with a crisp scent in the air. You and your friends or significant other can do typical (but fun) fall events such as apple picking, pumpkin picking, hayrides and much more. You can drink warm apple cider, hot cocoa and go to fall bonfires.

Local farmer's markets will have fall goodies such as pies, apples and everything pumpkin. I may be cliché, but I love pumpkin spiced coffee, especially iced. I am obsessed with iced coffee. Pumpkin coffee, candies, cookies and treats are everywhere during the fall. There is something about fall time that is so nostalgic and refreshing.

Anyone who doesn’t have the pleasure of spending the fall in the northeast are truly missing out. In the back of my mind I have always wondered what it's like to live in a tropical state. However, then I think how weird it would be to live somewhere with no set seasons. I could never imagine not having seasonal changes with brisk mornings and chilly nights that are perfect for dates picking pumpkins and grabbing a bite to eat.

Maybe it’s also awesome that fall leads up to some pretty amazing things? Summer is great because it means endless adventures, beach days and no school, but there aren’t really many fun holidays over the summer to look forward to. I love looking forward to a new school year where I can wear my new clothes and use new school supplies (yes, I’m that weirdo who loves office supplies). I can look forward to my birthday rolling around in October. I can look forward to Halloween in October!

Halloween -- it went from going trick or treating with friends, to Halloween parties and now hitting up bars decked out in Halloween gear. I still have yet to be a French maid, mermaid and gumball machine, but those will be happening soon. Don’t worry, I will probably be the 40-year-old mom still dressing up for Halloween (and no, not in the cliché pumpkin costume!). Once Halloween goes by, then comes Thanksgiving. Holidays spent with family and an array of food is always a pleasure. You get to catch up with loved ones while having turkey and stuffing until your food baby is large and in charge. Of course, no matter what holiday you celebrate, they generally happen in the winter which means the fall season leads to Christmas, Hanukkah and the like.

So please give me a few reasons why fall isn’t the best season ever. You get to wear adorable clothes, spend time doing fall festivities and gather around the dining room table with family and friends that will make memories for a lifetime. I hope you enjoy this festive fall season.

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I often hear a lot of people complaining about their step-parents and wondering why they think that they have any authority over them. Although I know that everyone has different situations, I will be the first to admit that I am beyond blessed to have a step dad. Yep, I said it. My life wouldn't be the same that it is not without him in it. Let me tell you why I think step dads are the greatest things since sliced bread.

1. They will do anything for you, literally.

My stepdad has done any and every thing for me. From when I was little until now. He was and still is my go-to. If I was hungry, he would get me food. If something was broken, he would fix it. If I wanted something, he would normally always find a way to get it. He didn't spoil me (just sometimes), but he would make sure that I was always taken care of.

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2. Life lessons.

Yup, the tough one. My stepdad has taught me things that I would have never figured out on my own. He has stood beside me through every mistake. He has been there to pick me up when I am down. My stepdad is like the book of knowledge: crazy hormonal teenage edition. Boy problems? He would probably make me feel better. He just always seemed to know what to say. I think that the most important lesson that I have learned from my stepdad is: to never give up. My stepdad has been through three cycles of leukemia. He is now in remission, yay!! But, I never heard him complain. I never heard him worry and I never saw him feeling sorry for himself. Through you, I found strength.

3. He loved me as his own.

The big one, the one that may seem impossible to some step parents. My stepdad is not actually my stepdad, but rather my dad. I will never have enough words to explain how grateful I am for this man, which is why I am attempting to write this right now. It takes a special kind of human to love another as if they are their own. There had never been times where I didn't think that my dad wouldn't be there for me. It was like I always knew he would be. He introduces me as his daughter, and he is my dad. I wouldn't have it any other way. You were able to show me what family is.

So, dad... thanks. Thanks for being you. Thanks for being awesome. Thanks for being strong. Thanks for loving me. Thanks for loving my mom. Thanks for giving me a wonderful little sister. Thanks for being someone that I can count on. Thanks for being my dad.

I love you!

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6 Ways To Start Pre-Gaming Your Summer Plans Today

A few ways to help you prepare for summer.


Summer is coming sooner rather than later and we all need to get ready for it.

1. Start making trip plans now.


If you are wanting to do a getaway over the summer, I would suggest starting to plan for the trip now. The closer you get to the time in which you want to go, the higher the prices of plane tickets and rooms go up. Also planning ahead gives you the chance to pinpoint exactly how you want to spend your trip and not waste your time. Nothing is worse than going on a trip and being stuck at the hotel the whole time because you have no idea what is our there for you to do.

2. Buy sunscreen.

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Do you really want to end up like her? I don't think so. Even if you are the type of person with the mentality that you will only be out in the sun for a short period of time, it doesn't matter. We all need sunscreen. Our skin is the largest organ of our body and we need to take care of it. Think of it this way, do you want to have sunspots when you're old? Or would you rather maintain your youthful appearance for as long as you can?

3. Find a new hobby.


Let's be honest here for a minute, the majority of us do absolutely nothing over summer break and feel no guilt for it. I have done this several times over the years, and I now look back and realize all the time I wasted not learning or doing something new. If you are working full-time, have summer school, or a summer internship this does not apply to you unless you have the time to do so.

For the rest of y'all, get up and learn something. Learn how to knit. Take a kickboxing class. Try out new hiking places. Start learning another language, or continue practicing the one you learned in school at places where the language is commonly used. Get outside of your comfort zone!

4. De-stress and dispose.

You are so close to summer sometimes it stresses you out trying to get everything done. You need to realize that summer isn't going anywhere and you will get there eventually. Take a deep breathe and keep going. What I like to do is start throwing out the paperwork from this semester that I know I will never use again, don't want, and papers that I don't plan on using for the upcoming final. Disposing of those papers helps me visualize that the semester is almost over.

5. Buy a new swimsuit.


Before you go out and buy a bunch of new swimsuits, try your old ones on first and see if they fit. Sometimes you just need a new top to match the bottoms that you already have or vice versa. Also, if you know that you are not going to buy a swimsuit for the pool or beach several times throughout the summer, don't waste your money on a new swimsuit. The one from last year that you never wore will do just fine.

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The simplest way to understand it is no saving = no money to spend during summer. If you have all kinds of different trips and things you want to do that cost a fee, it would be wise to start saving up for all of your other expenses that you would normally have to pay per month like insurance, phone, or a car payment. I will be in the car payment category since I just bought a new one a few weeks ago.

That being said, my first car payment is due the week I am in New York. I don't want my New York money to be used for a car payment, so I've been taking extra shifts at work to compensate. I have also started going through my closet and selling the items I don't want anymore. There are several resale stores and places online for you to sell your unwanted clothes and other items to put some extra cash in your pocket.

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