Contributing [Lifestyle] Writer
Fun always takes place in the sun. Now that the sun is here, get into it, and have some fun! Don’t think too hard about what to do for enjoyment. Just enjoy the new quarter of 2019 and live. Forget about what happened and did not happen in the winter. Instead, try something new and adventurous this season.
Travel the skies, and not just by plane. Be bold, venture out, and sail among them. Consider parachuting and skydiving. According to Internet hearsay, they both are fascinating. Some intriguing places to go for parachuting and skydiving are Colorado, Milan, California, South Africa, Brazil, or anywhere you want to go. Check out the breathtaking and magnificent views that exist all over the world. After all, spring fun is here, so go ahead.
If the mentioned above is entirely too scary, there are several states that offer classes in local areas such as Georgia. However, if you are sure that the classes will not minimize your fear, try something bold, but a little easier. Go sunbathing in Miami (South Beach), or if you prefer to try something subtler there is also Fort Collins, Colorado, or even Wisconsin. The choice is yours.
Again, if sunbathing is too risqué, then that is fine because boldness does not always have to be filled with adventure. It can be totally you – the stylish you. You can be alluring, flawless, and fierce this spring with fashion. Popping colors for this time of year are neutrals, pastels, and neons. Mixing and matching are really cool from wearing make-up to dressing in trendy clothing. Bring the best out in you and rock blue pastel eye shadow with pink mascara and a beige utility jumpsuit, or cargo pants, or even a pantsuit, or what you prefer to rock. Love your own style, and of course, have fun.
Whatever you choose to do to have spring fun, make it the best. Live in the moment. Remember to forget the past and just live. Also, do not be anxious about the summer now that the sunlight is present. Take a bite out of the spring this season. Have some spring fun!
By Sonja Mattison