The Perks of Post-Spring Break

By: Danielle Spitz, Guest Blogger

Wait…It’s been two weeks already?! Yes, the time has come. Tanning and relaxing are out, and studying and working hard are in. Whether you like it or not, spring break is over and school is in session.

This past spring break I didn’t travel, instead I had a nice, quiet “staycation.” Most of my friends were out of town so I had time to chill by the pool and read some really good books (The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky and Looking for Alaska by John Green). But by the time I had finished the last chapter and perfected my tan, I realized that school was starting the next day.


At first I was really upset about having done something with my time that didn’t involve binge watching House of Cards on Netflix, but then I convinced myself to be excited that school was starting. As much as I despise it sometimes, school is really a second home to me. Basically my whole life revolves around school, so going back makes me feel very comfortable and content.

Yes, sleeping in until half of the day is over can be extremely satisfying, but I’m also excited to get back in my regular routine. I can only relax for so long until my mind begs to be stimulated.

I know that it will take a lot of effort to get up in the morning on the first day back to school, but I’m just going to remind myself that I get to see all of my friends and teachers, and finally get something done for the first time in two weeks.  

About Danielle

spitz.jpgDanielle Spitz is a fashion obsessed 14-year-old student. Her hobbies include reading, writing, running track, and of course, shopping!






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