Quiz: What Kind of Spring Breaker Are You?
Spring break is approaching! But how to spend all that coveted time? Take this quiz to learn the best way for you to spend your spring break, based on your personality.
Question 1: Spring break has begun! What does your first day look like?
A. Setting no alarm clock in the morning, and putting a “Do Not Disturb” sign on my door. Sleep until 2:30 PM? Why yes, thank you!
B. Sleep in a little, go to brunch with my best friend and just hang out around the house with her.
C. Traveling the world! Well, traveling at least. I’ll be at the airport and once I arrive at my destination, I’ll be cramming in all the sight-seeing I can before it’s time for bed.
D. Day? I’m going out with a bunch of girlfriends tonight to an outdoor concert!
Question 2: How are you going to approach homework during the break? What’s your plan of action?
A. Split up my homework into reasonable amounts and do a little homework each day. That way I don’t become overwhelmed and I still have my entire break to relax.
B. I’ll take one or two days to do all my homework by having a study party with a few friends.
C. I’ll have plenty of time for homework in the car on my way to and from my spring break vacation destination.
D. I can cram it all in a day or two before school starts, no big deal. There’s too much to do to spend time worrying about homework.
Question 3: What day are you most looking forward to?
A. My favorite movie-marathon day!
B. Serving breakfast at a homeless shelter, then taking a walk with my best friends to the new smoothie shop (everyone will be there) and then going to the park to hang out with my crush and his friends.
C. Every day! God created such a fantastic and beautiful world; I just want to see it all!
D. The busiest day of them all! Hiking in the morning, volunteering at the local animal shelter and after freshening up, a big group of people is going to the new restaurant in town.
Question 4: What’s your favorite thing to wear during spring break?
A. Yoga pants, favorite t-shirt and tennis shoes. It’s time for relaxing!
B. The tank top that my best friend gave me for my Birthday, the bright scarf that reminds me of this sweet girl I met last summer, the colorful skirt my girlfriend and I bought together and flats. Yay for springtime cuteness!
C. The new outfit I bought while sightseeing the other day!
D. A comfortable, easy to wear pair of jeans with a t-shirt – easy to move in as I transition from one activity to the next. Oh, and the classic little black dress for an art show tonight!
Question 5: Favorite food?
A. Macaroni and cheese…nostalgic, comforting and yummy.
B. Chicken salad at the local hang out spot with my gal pals.
C. The country’s delicacy. I love trying new things.
D. Chick-fil-A! Tasty fast food because I am on the go!
Question 6: Curfew?
A. 9:30pm. Late enough to go out if I want to, but early enough that I can just chill out at home before going to bed.
B. My friends are sleeping over anyway most nights, so it really doesn’t matter.
C. Before dark. There isn’t much left to see or do once the sun goes down.
D. 10:30pm, or later, hopefully. I was able to squeeze in as many activities as I can before school starts up again.
Question 7: Who are your fellow spring breakers?
A. A few close friends and my family members. I want to keep it low-key.
B. My closest friends. We’re inseparable!
C. My travel group and new international friends.
D. Best friends, friends of friends, new people…
A) Happy Hermit
You want to take it easy and that’s OK! You deserve this break! Take advantage to pamper yourself, but also spend a little time pampering and serving others who might need a little rejuvenation too! Don’t forget to take advantage of the nice weather and to connect with a few people during your break. Squeeze in a workout a few times during the break and eat at least one healthy meal per day!
B) Selectively Social
While you still want to chill out over spring break, you don’t want to give up the fresh air and your best girl friends! Go to the pool or the beach to connect with other friends from school. Be sure to break away from the social scene and take some time to chill. Also, engage with God, He may have something interesting to reveal to you.
The character Charles Muntz in the animated film Up says, “Adventure is out there,” and you agree! You don’t just think “Oh, that place looks cool,” you want to actually go there and that’s awesome! Have fun exploring new places, food and new people. Take a journal and spend a few minutes each night thanking God for all the beautiful things He showed you that day. Make sure to share your adventures with family and friends once you return home.
So much fun, so little time! You want to utilize every opportunity spring break has to offer! Have fun, just don’t forget to take a breather and ask God what He wants to say to you during this break.