Hey you! You’re about to leave for an awesome Spring Break vacation. It may even be the first time you leave home on your own. But are you ready? You’re going to have to pack no matter if it’s a week before or one hour before you leave . What will you bring? Will it all fit? Watch this Tara Michelle video to learn some packing tips and make some room for you to bring home.
Spring Break is just around the corner and even though you are most likely going to try your hardest to lose your mind, take account of the following tips to ensure you can return home in one piece. We want you to come back time and time again, so here they are:
1. Don’t be stupid in the lake. If you are going to be in or around the lake, know the rules. Items like no glass bottles, boaters stay to the right, watch your wake, do dive in shallow water, don’t drink and boat, etc. will keep you out of any potential trouble. Yes, we know you know, but it’s just a reminder.
2. Protect your location on social media sites. Sharing too much information on your location on Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Snap Chat, or Instagram may endanger your safety, warns the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network. Adjust your privacy settings and use your best judgment when checking in. Be cautious about revealing personal information and location through status updates or tweets with Twitter trends like #AZSpringBreak and #AZSB.
Getting ready to blow off some steam and get your Spring Break ON! Here are a few tips that can make your travel plans even better. Be efficient and save your time and effort. Here is a compilation of a few travel hacks to make your trip flow smoothly when you visit Lake Havasu for Spring Break.
1. Book your room and event tickets 4-6 Weeks Early 2. Pack Less. You really do not need as much as you think. Do you really need your personal hair dryer for Spring Break? Read more “Travel Tips for Spring Break!”
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