Spring Break Tips For College Students

by Hometeam Properties on March 8, 2018

firends_on_beach_spring_breakThe exciting time of Spring break is approaching and some college students are going home or traveling abroad, while others are going to beaches like Fort Lauderdale. If your destination is a warm city to party then follow these spring break tips for college students and you'll be sure to make it back in one piece.


1. Drink Responsibly

If you're of legal age and plan to drink, don't binge all day and night because you risk getting alcohol poisoning, which can lead to serious health problems. Spacing drinks with water will save you a trip to the ER and from a nasty hangover the next morning. Also refrain from taking drinks from random strangers; free alcohol isn't always good alcohol.

2. Drink Water and Eat

It’s crucial to make sure you drink water in between the alcohol you might be consuming. Alcohol and the heat from the sun is a combination for quick dehydration that can ruin your good time. Also, make sure you eat properly because you’ll need the energy for all your beach activities. If you won’t be making frequent trips to room for meals, make sure to carry a snack around for a quick refill.

3. Use the Buddy System

Never go anywhere alone in a new place so always make sure you have a buddy you trust with you anywhere you go. The importance of this is self-explanatory to avoid an array of dangerous situations, so remember never to leave your buddy behind or lose your buddy.


 


4. Have a Designated "Mom"

A designated "Mom" is the one person who doesn't drink and looks out for everyone in your whole group . Have one person everyday and rotate days switching between who's responsible; It's good to have a day where you're not drinking anyway.

5. Use Protection

This applies to a lot of different scenarios... Be cautious.

6. Use Sunscreen

Everyone wants to get a tan on spring break, but remember to always use sunscreen. It’s easy to limit excessive UV exposure and lower your risk of skin cancer with the regular use of sunscreen. For extended, intense exposure (like a beach day), you should use a broad spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher.

 

Most of all, have fun and enjoy the opportunity to travel like this with your friends. Be sure to make lasting memories and take lots of pictures. If you follow these tips for spring break you'll be sure to make the most of your trip and make it back home safe and sound.