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The Mandatory Guide to Spring Break For Introverts Who Just Want It to End

If TV and movies are to be believed, spring break is all sun, surf, sand, and skin. But for many people, the reality of beaches packed with inebriated co-eds in itty-bitty swimsuits is their worst nightmare. (OK, maybe not the bikini babe ogling part, but you get the idea.)

Introverts might be tempted to skip out on spring break altogether by asking for extra shifts at work or doing something truly stupid like going home to see family for a week-long staycation. Rather than commit to something you’ll regret later when life and school resume, we suggest you take a different approach to your spring break festivities.

That’s why we’ve crafted this clever Mandatory guide to spring break for introverts who just want it to end. Yes, you too can enjoy a week off without subjecting yourself to the idiocy of the sunburned throngs in Florida (or your insufferably dull co-workers, or your anxiety-inducing helicopter parents).

Try some of our suggestions and have yourself a pleasurable, chill time with the only travel partner you need: yourself! (And, OK, a few substances and forms of entertainment.) Not only are these ideas easy and fun, but they’re also affordable, too. So skip the traditional spring break and be a rebel. We promise you aren’t missing out on anything.

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