If You Want To Enjoy Spring Break Bring These 5 Types Of People Along

If You Want To Enjoy Spring Break Bring These 5 Types Of People Along

Or run the risk of misery.


Now that one break is over, it seems as though everyone's minds are shifting right over school and on to the next one. The question is, "Where are you going for spring break?" There are many options when it comes to choosing a perfect destination, but here's a secret... it doesn't matter where you go, it matters who you go with! You could be somewhere tropical or on the top of a mountain, either way, you'll have the time of your life as long as you're with the right friends. So now we must modify the question to, "Who are the right people to go on spring break with?"

The must-have friends include:

1. The Documenting Friend

Someone who always seems to be taking funny pictures and videos for the memories. Be careful not to confuse this with someone who is always on their phone and can't go a second without it.

2. The Spontaneous Friend

When plans aren't needed to have a good time, you know you're with a fun friend! A person who is down for anything, but not to be mistaken with the friend who is down for anyone. They may seem fun at first and want to go out all the time, until they find that perfect someone they can take home and gallivant with, leaving you all by your lonesome.

3. The Organized Friend

Someone who is a good navigator and planner, but watch out for the micro-manager who can't let loose or the worry wart who has a sixth sense for impending doom.

4. The Traveling Connoisseur

Always on the lookout to maximize the trip and eat the best food, unless they have that been there done that attitude and are too entitle to be satisfied with anything.

5. The Boys

Because who else is going to do something stupid enough that we'll all still be talking about in 20 years. Just be weary of the two love birds who you, along with everyone else, will end up third wheeling on their couples retreat.

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20 'Thank Yous' My Best Friends Need To Hear BEFORE The Semester Ends

Because I don't thank you enough.


When I decided to graduate a year early, I never thought about how hard it would be to say goodbye. The best part of my three-year journey at Florida State was the friends that I had made. The friends you meet in college are the friends you will never forget. Although in two weeks we will be miles apart, this is not the end of us-- this is a different type of forever. At this point, all I can say is thank you for making my time here unforgettable. Thank you:

1. For buying me Ice Cream when I had a bad day.

2. For pushing me out of my comfort zone. 

3. For teaching me the right way to do Happy Hour. 

4. For complimenting me when I wore that tight dress.

5. For forcing me to go to the library with you.

6. For *trying* to make me go to the gym.

7. For giving me great advice that you know I won't follow. 

8. For letting me borrow your new shirt even though you haven't even worn it yet.

9. For forgiving me when I get a little sassy.

10. For telling me I can do better. 

11. For reading my shitty articles. 

12. For ignoring my absolutely terrible singing. 

13. For laughing at my jokes. 

14. For roasting me in the group chat. 

15. For driving me to class when I was too lazy to find parking. 

16. For picking me up from class when I was too lazy to walk back home.

17. For lending me money because I really REALLY needed that extra guacamole.

18. For tolerating my annoying self after your stressful day.

19. For staying up late because I didn't want to watch the scary movie alone.

20. For being the best friends I ever had.


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An Open Letter To The Friend Who Continues To Save My Life

No one knows me like you do.


From the day we became friends, we have always had nothing but support for one another. Although we have only really been friends for about seven years now, I feel as if you have always been a part of my life. You know me just as well as you know yourself, and I understand you in the same way I understand my own thoughts and feelings.

You have never made me feel pressured, insecure, or unappreciated. The mutual respect we have for one another is unmatched. We can talk to each other about anything; from some of the most trivial topics to entire life philosophies. We have grown and matured together, and I couldn't be more proud of the person you are today.

We don't always agree on everything, and I always appreciate your fresh point of view, but I have never felt more in sync with another person than I do with you. We share the same birth month, the same age, the same home town, the same anxieties, and many of the same attitudes and values.

I feel as if you know exactly when I want to be alone and when I need company. Since we are both introverted, we understand that the other person needs time to recharge. And when I'm sitting alone with nothing to do, I always get a text from you asking to hang out.

In some of my loneliest, most vulnerable moments, you have been there. When I question how many true friends I really have, you are always sure to make your love for me known.

Through high school, and now college, we have experienced so many life-changing events together. Some that have taught us extremely valuable lessons, and others that have shown us incredible pain and how to grow from our lowest moments.

I want to thank you for showing me what life-long friendship looks like. Thank you for always understanding me and never putting too much pressure on me. I see an incredible future for both of us no matter where each of our lives takes us.

We will always share a unique connection that cannot be separated by any distance. But, for now, I'm glad you're only one text or phone call away.

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