Homework before Sunshine or Sunshine before Homework

Spring is here, the sun is shining, but wait…I still have work to get done?!  When the sun is shining outside it is very important to remember to stay focused and complete all of your work. Even though all of your friends may be outside enjoying the sunshine, you shouldn’t feel like you have to stay inside for the whole day, just long enough to complete the necessary work that needs to get done. 
        Or you can go outside and do your homework! Sitting outside while working on assignments may make homework a little more fun. Also, reading in the natural light is also much better than reading under fluorescent lights.Ok, so maybe I made that part up! But seriously, who wants to stay inside and read when you can go outside and read?! 
        Changing the location of your homewok completion endeavors may help you be even more successful in completing it. Also, you should use all rainy days to your advantage. No one ever wants to do anything outside when it is raining, so you should use these days to you advantages. By completing your homework on these days,  you will be more appt to complete your homework. This way you ill free to hangout with your friends or do whatever you want for the rest of the week! 
        So the bottom line is, to just try and remember to do your work even when the sun is shining, and all you want to do is be outside. Whether you are sitting outside or in your room, remember that you have the summer to look forward to the sun. On the other hand, you will have the spring to finish your work so that you stay clear of zeros!


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