Netflix it All
Spring is finally here! Which means Summer is just one season away from us! This is the season when we are bothered by annoying allergies. Spring is the time when birds come out and flowers bloom. But most importantly, it is the time for relaxing and enjoying week’s break. Yes folks, you read it correctly, not 2 days, not 5 days, but a week.
For the past few years, my family and I have been going to Reno. For those who doesn’t know what Reno is, it is a city in the Nevada by the Sierra Nevadas and Lake Tahoe. Many people from San Francisco likes to go there since it is known for its casinos and its proximity to many ski resorts.
Unfortunately, I won’t have the chance to go to Reno this year. This year, I’ll be spending most of my time working on homework and trying to finish my 12 art pieces for my AP Art portfolio. Besides that, I’m for sure sleeping in everyday and catching up on many TV Shows on Netflix. Yeah, I sound like those boring people who spend all their breaks home alone; but, I get to do things I enjoy. So, if you are like me, keep reading this. Here are some TV shows that I’m watching (I strongly suggest you guys to watch them):
Young and Hungry
The Tomorrow people
Jane the Virgin
How I met your mother
Once Upon a Time
Pretty Little Liars
If you're planning to be or coming to San Francisco, there are plenty of things to do through this spring break. According to my weather app, it says it will be sunny the entire week. So, there are no excuses to stay home all spring break. You and your friends could visit the MOMA. Which is an art museum located in downtown San Francisco. I recommend this place since it is free for all teens that are 18 and under, it is one of the newest museum around here. All you have to do is sign up on their page and get the tickets in your email. Another thing that you could do is go on a bike ride by Lombard street. You will be able to get an awesome 360 view from the top of SF. Sometimes, the San Francisco weather could be a little bit crazy, but just remember to layer up and use lots of sun block.