A springbreak indoors

With Spring Break arriving next week, March 9-13, and the weather being far from springy, there is the need for some inspiration when it comes to activities for the week. Here is a list of fun activities to enjoy indoors.

Puppy taking a nap. Photo by: http://thetalentcode.com/2013/03/15/the-7-rules-of-napping/
Puppy taking a nap. Photo by: http://thetalentcode.com/2013/03/15/the-7-rules-of-napping/

1. Napping:

Having a week off of school, the best thing you can do is rest. Take a nap, sleep in late, and just chill. You are almost done with the school year, and deserve to take some time to yourself. Getting through the rest of the year is going to be tough, so resting up is best.

Popcorn and film. What more do you need. Photo by:http://nahusa.com/
Popcorn and film. What more do you need. Photo by:http://nahusa.com/

2. Watching Movies:

If you decide to get out of bed, going to the movies is a pretty good way to spend your time. It’s like resting at home, but in public, so you can tell people you left your house. There is wide variety of movies out to choose from, so you are sure to find something interesting.

The place where friendships get destroyed. Photo by: http://clubs.sju.edu/
The place where friendships get destroyed. Photo by: http://clubs.sju.edu/

3. Laser Tag:

Hanging out with your friends is something that many aim to do for spring break, and how better to do that than in a dark room trying to hide from your enemies. Laser tag is always popular with all ages, and just gets more intense as you get older. Being that it is inside, you can escape the bad weather all while burning a bunch of calories.

You work to hard to go spend it all in a few hours (or minutes). Photo by: http://www.gsmnation.com/blog
You work to hard to go spend it all in a few hours (or minutes). Photo by: http://www.gsmnation.com/blog

4. Online Shopping:

For those who love spending money, there is always shopping when you get tired of staring at your computer. There are so many different shopping institutions in the area that you have plenty of options.

The tools that will help you achieve deliciousness. Photo by: http://www.cookies-in-motion.com/
The tools that will help you achieve deliciousness. Photo by: http://www.cookies-in-motion.com/

5. Cook:

Staying in your house is nothing to be ashamed of, but if you are going to be there, you might as well make yourself some tasty snacks. Try out some recipes you have been putting on hold, and see if they are worth remembering. There is nothing better than fresh made food, especially when you are in high school.

Be careful what moves you make, its slippery. Photo by: https://www.hvcc.edu
Be careful what moves you make, its slippery. Photo by: https://www.hvcc.edu

6. Ice Skating:

There is always the option of reliving your middle school days by going to the ice rink in Northwoods with your friends. Try to show off your skills without breaking your leg.

The little guy who needs a friend. Photo by: http://dujardindesign.com/
The little guy who needs a friend. Photo by: http://dujardindesign.com/

7. Volunteering:

Volunteering is a great way to give your free time while you have it. You could go to the Humane society and play with the animals, or go down to the Food Bank and fill the stomach of those less fortunate. The reward you get from giving your time is the greatest gift you could ever get, knowing you really helped brighten someones day.

There was just a few options of activities that will keep you entertained and warm. Stay safe and try to do something productive.

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Hey my name is Ashley, and I'm a Senior here at Mac.

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