Regan’s Remedies: May 1, 2014

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By Regan Hoerl
SC Staff Writer

So it’s the last week of classes and I have one final piece of advice: have fun.

College should be the best four years of your life. You need to make some time to enjoy your college experience and have the time of your life.

Make sure to check off at least one item from your bucket list this summer. If this includes sky-diving, para-sailing, tree-climbing, or seeing as many movies as possible at the theatre in one week, you should make sure to do so.

Summer is your time to relax from classes and focus on getting your tan on and visiting the beach as much as possible—at least in my case.

Read a book you have been dying to pick up but have not been able to because of school work. I know I have been yearning to read the “50 Shades of Grey” trilogy, but I haven’t been able to think about anything other than my classes.

Keeping up on reading is not only enjoyable but is beneficial to your learning ability.

Also, I know after I read a good book, my mind is at ease and relaxed, and I’m also able to focus and concentrate better on small tasks.

Find a summer job if you haven’t done so already. Keeping busy will keep you out of trouble and put money in your pocket.

As I mentioned last week, saving money is a really big deal. If you could come back in the fall with a pocket full of money and a busier resume, you’re only doing yourself a favor.

Remember to keep up with your favorite hobbies. Time management is key during school season and is just as important during the summer. Find time for yourself to enjoy what you love doing most.

All in all, I want to wish everyone a happy summer.

Email Regan at:
rhoerl@live.esu.edu

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