11 de marzo de 2020
Esperando el clima cálido y los días más largos.
Spring is a time for new beginnings. When the flowers begin to bloom and the days are a bit warmer, you can't help but feel the energy shift around you. Here aresiete things the first day of spring brings.
After working hard allsemester,niñosdeserve a break from school.Between the months of March and April,be prepared to see students–from grade school to college–roaming around town.While spring break was originallymeant for Easter celebrations and relaxation,TVhas made it about going to the beach, playing games and attending parties.Many college students will also take theopportunity to travel.Just like birds migrating toward warmer weather,expect tosee them flockingasunnydestinationsaround theglobein the spring.
2.Cherry Blossoms Bloom
Many flowers, plants and trees willbloomin the spring,but among the most beautiful to witness are cherry blossoms.Every year, theNational Park Serviceissues a predictionaboutwhentheywill be in full bloom. What makes a cherry blossom bloom so special? It's short lived.Once thesestunningflowers come into bloom they only last about 2-3 days before shedding to the ground.And they’rea vision of pink you won’t want to miss.
3.New Season Premieres
Primaverameans newseries premieres.Watch all your favorite TV shows as they air withContour TV.Whether you want torecuperar the second season of The Act on Hulu or the series revival of 30 Minute Meals on the Food Network,you can see it all astheypremiereon your TV or streamthemfrom virtually anywhere with the Contour app. Many shows go on hiatus during the winter, but when spring comes there will be plenty to watch.
College basketball is in full swingfrom March 17a través de6 de abril.That meansviewing parties, lots of chicken wings andrenewed reasons to sportyourfavoritoteam’s jersey.Get an evencloser lookenMarch Madnessaction by creatinga bracket. Whether you’re a basketball fan or not, brackets are a great way to get involved and possibly winsome money.Besides,rooting for your favorite teamskeepsthings exciting.Con una sports packagefrom Cox, you’ll be able to have all your friends over to watch the games live from your living room.
Many animals go into hibernation over the winter monthsand then reemerge in the spring, often with offspring.If you’re a nature lover this a great timeto see birds migrating home, butterflies in abundance andbumblebees goingback to workcollecting pollen.You can also find ducks waddling around a pond with their ducklings, squirrels running up and down trees and frogs croaking in the night. It's safe to sayMotherNature doesherbest work in the spring.
6. Longer Days
For a few states,springingforwardmeanschanging clocks to make better use of daylight.Daylight Savings Time began on March 8 and ends on November1. What may feel like an hour less of sleep is actually just more time to enjoy the day. Which means getting home in time to catch the sunset, take the dog for a romp around the park or play a round of volleyball with some friends.One hour really does make a difference!
With the worst of winter behind you, the sun seems to shine a bit brighterasthe weather gets a little warmer. That makes spring the perfect time foroutdooradventures.Watch live weatherreports to find out what days are best for an outdoor adventure. Peel off a few layers andhead out to hike, camp and run.If you’ve been stuck inside all winter playing video games, now is the time to get out andexplore.
Spring is calling your name. Stop and smell the roses, enjoy the wildlife andstart something new.It’ll be winter again before you know it.