Changing weather, changing activities
As the seasons change, so do the fun activities keeping students entertained, but there is something great about every season. Students can find many fun things to do indoors and outdoors during the fall season.
Many people dislike fall since it is an end to the summer season. “is means it is time to put the shorts away and bring out the furry boots.
Having trouble embracing fall? Here are some ways to kick-start fall fun:
‘Tis the season for football games “the smell of fresh-cut grass and the taste of cheesy nachos will take students back to a simpler time. Root for favorite college or NFL teams.
Get in the mood.
Halloween is right around the corner. Students can start decorating their apartments or dorms as well as buying Halloween costumes. Students can also rent videos of their favorite frightening movies or scary new ones they have not seen yet.
“In the fall I like going to the (Riverside Plaza) to catch a movie, and look at the pretty Christmas lights,” said Tara Lynn Brewster, junior political science major.
Like roasting marshmallows and eating s’mores? Have a bonfire in a friend’s backyard or at the beach. It does not have to be huge. Having a bonfire is also a great way to reconnect as a family.
Shop for end-of-summer clothing sales. It is easy to find great deals and find clothing for next summer. Plus, it is a smart start on Christmas shopping. Take advantage of coupons and sales now and spread spending over months instead of a couple of weeks prior to Christmas.
Take a weekend trip
Get away from the books and plan a weekend trip. It does not have to be expensive – head to a nearby theme park like Disneyland or Universal Studios Hollywood, some time at the beach or go to the mountains. Rest, relax and recreate – and be sure to take the scenic route home.