I was looking through old pictures over the weekend and came across some of my favorite college memories. As a college student dedicated to studying and playing intramural sports during the week and partying on the weekends, Spring Breaks were the highlight of my college career. It was a chance to get-a-way to warmer weather before Spring took hold in Atlanta, GA. It was the best opportunity each year to meet girls not from my University. It gave me something to look forward to when the stress would buildup from the schoolwork and it gave me extra motivation in the Gym through the winter months.
During this time of year, I’m always reminded of Spring Break because I would’ve never been able to go on Spring Break if I did not ask for it as my Christmas gift from my parents. So, for 3 years on Christmas Day all I had under the Tree was a Card that said Merry Christmas Enjoy Spring Break!
My parents thought I was foolish to only want Spring Break for Christmas, but they’d never experienced the craziness that is College Spring Break. I was getting a once-in-a-lifetime experience that I would never be able to duplicate after I graduated college. Asking for Spring Break as my Christmas gift was the only way I could afford Spring Break because I only worked a few hours each week. Back then, I didn’t realize that those who book Spring Break trips in December are the ones who get the best deals because rates typically start to go up at the first of the year. I just got lucky. Do you have any suggestions for how to Pay for Spring Break, leave a comment!
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