There’s 104 days of summer vacation and COVID-19 comes along just to end it, so the annual problem of our generation is finding a good way to spend it. Like maybe… 

Michelle Lee

Editor-in-Chief

DODON’T
DO keep in contact with your friendsDON’T travel unnecessarily (go on a stroll if you like, but don’t go trekking through L.A. for a shopping spree)This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is photo-4.jpg
DO binge-watch a TV show or two…or three or four This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is photo-3-2.jpgDON’T spend nine hours playing videogames–go for ten
DO sleep late and wake up late while simultaneously telling yourself that you’ll fix your sleep schedule soonThis image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is photo-1.jpgDON’T cut/dye your hair without a plan; we’re not seeing each other for a few months, not forever (hopefully)
DO get some fresh air and take a walk while social distancing–bring a family member or your dog if you want companyDON’T do stupid things for the sake of TikTok, enough said
DO start a garden for some quick and easy produce; waiting period may vary from 1-4 monthsDON’T put off those twenty assignments you’ve been given (@people who’re still doing work); time is an illusion, but that unfinished schoolwork definitely isn’t
DO fulfill that need for a baking montage and bake some sweets–you’re being productive AND getting to eat, a win-win situationThis image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is photo-2.jpgDON’T bother keeping track of the days–is it Wednesday? Friday? May? June? Get the full Quarantine Experience
DO pick up a new hobby and attempt it for a day before giving up upon finding out that you’re not instantly good at it
DON’T protest wearing masks to stop the possible spread of the virus 🙂
DO spend time with your family and make silly, irreplaceable memories–go on a picnic in your yard, yell at the annoying antagonist in a movie, argue over how many holes a straw hasDON’T neglect yourself; remember to take care of yourself, drink enough water, and remind yourself that you’re loved

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