Spring Break in the Desert: How to Recover from Spring Break

Ways to prepare for going back to school from spring break

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Spring Break in the Desert: How to Recover from Spring Break

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Alissa Paz

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Alissa Paz

Alissa Paz

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Recovering from any activities that were done over spring break can be a task difficult for many students. Though it may seem hard to get into the rhythm of going back to school, here are a few ways to help.

“Recovering from spring break is usually difficult for me, especially because I stay up late every night for the whole week,” states Eduardo Castrellon, an Oak Hills High School senior.

Reset and recharge

Spring break is a week that is typically filled with activities and for some, staying up late was unavoidable. A great way to recover from this long week is to recharge by getting the well needed rest that you may have given up other nights.

Hydrate

Over Spring break you may have spent some time in the sun whether it was from going to the beach or from hiking adventures. At this point, your body could really use some water, so make sure to hydrate and give your body what it needs.

Plan a routine

Though you only get a week off from school, you may get thrown off of the routine that you had going before break. A great way to get back into that pattern you had is by making a new routine to follow to help you get back into the flow of things. From planning bedtime to reserving time to get any work done, this will be something that can help you prepare to get back to school.

Do some exercise

Another way to recover from spring break is by getting some exercise. Though it may not sound very fun, it can help increase energy levels to prepare you for going back to school. It is also proven to help with brain function and memory which is necessary for doing well in school.

Catch up on work

You may have had some classes that assigned homework to do over spring break, if that is the case, you can use this homework as a way to recover from everything you managed to do while on the vacation. Catching up on work may just get you back into the groove of things and prepare you for going back to school, as well as eliminate the task.

“I always make sure to get a lot of sleep towards the end of spring break so that I don’t have to be so tired for school,” states Mike Rodriguez, an OHHS senior.

Though getting back to school may be difficult, getting good preparation can be quite helpful. There are plenty of ways to help both your mind and body prepare for the remaining months of the school year.

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