It’s summer and that means it’s the season for travel and exploration! But planning your perfect summer adventure may be...
Can summer never end?
Pack up the car and hit the road!
The best way to transition into adulthood.
Now, there are definitely some essential things that any smart roadtripper needs before they get going. As a pretty experienced roadtripper, I decided to give you guys the rundown on what you'll definitely need for your trip!
Spring break is fast approaching, and since most schools scatter their vacations, some students may find themselves stuck at home. But even if you’re not hitting the slopes or playing on the beach, follow these five sure-fire ways to beat boredom and have just as much fun (if not more!) at home.
4 wheels + 3 friends + 2 many drinks + 1 destination = a killer weekend you'll never forget. It’s that point in the summer when you’re starting to get fed up with your hometown, but aren’t quite ready to get back into the grind of fall semester. The best compromise is to escape for a little while and hop on the road.
Remember Freshman year when every upper classmen you knew said "treasure the next four years, they go by so fast." Well not to sound like a broken record...but they kind of do. I'm entering my last semester of college and this huge list of things I had planned on doing before graduating has kind of well, not been tackled at all.
If you’ve got today off from class, then good for you. I’m glad you’re taking this opportunity to watch reality TV marathons and binge eat 100 Calorie Packs. There’s no shame in that. But next time you’ve got an extended weekend, perhaps you should round up your besties and hit the road.
Beantown. The Walking City. The Cradle of Liberty. Boston is not only one of the oldest cities in America, but it’s also one of the most memorable. Looking for a getaway unlike any other? Come spend a few days trying to see everything this city has to offer. We say trying, because seeing this amazing city in one weekend is close to impossible -- but here are my recommendations on all the things you gotta see.
I’m a diehard fan of summer. I mean, come on. Shirtless guys, gorgeous weather, no school…what’s not to love? But as we find the best season of all coming to a close- mega sadface- I can’t help but feel there are a few quintessential summer activities left to squeeze in.
t’s August, which means it’s almost that time of year: back to school. But unlike when we were younger and dreaded the first day, going back to college is exciting, enough to provoke countdowns on Facebook statuses (“Only 236 hours more days until I’m back at school!”), and overall giddiness. However, amidst all that excitement, there’s one gray cloud looming: you’ll be leaving your best friends from home behind.
Every year, by the time the second week in June rolls around, two things happen to me. 1) I start obsessively checking my calendar to make sure that Father’s Day isn’t this Sunday and 2) I start freaking out about what to get David for his birthday.