End Your Summer Right

It's the last weekend before summer is officially over. How are you making sure yours ends right?
  |  May 31, 2012
photo courtesy of The CW (90210) and people featured * compiled by Jojo Armenta
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Rammy Bitong  "To end your summer right, you have to relax, fix your body clock and get ready for the next school year." —Rammy Bitong, 18, La Salle Greenhills
Patricia Mallari "To have as much fun as possible. Just continue to savor the season with the beach, the nature, good food, and sharing a good laugh with your loved ones. Remember, nothing beats an out of town trip with a good company like your family!" —Patricia Mallari, 19, St. Scholastica's College Manila
JP Del Mundo "Prepare for school" —JP Del Mundo, Never the Strangers Lead Guitarist
Ara Asuncion  "For me, ending summer with a full smile on my face and satisfaction would be considered right or perfect." —Ara Asuncion, 17, St. Scholastica's College Manila
Robert Rodriguez "Make goals during summer and execute them one at a time. Find personal inspirational quotes and music for daily dosage of motivation and don't forget to relax and reward yourself, at least the "summer vacation" is for "long-term" planning." —Robert Rodriguez, 23, Musician
Armida Reyes "Back to school shopping spree" —Armida Romin Reyes, 17, St. Scholastica's College Manila
Jaimee Calupitan "It doesn't matter if it's at the beach or at home, as long as I'm spending it with my family. I think that it's the best way to end it. The best summer is always amazing when you're spending it with the ones you love." —Jaimee Calupitan, 20
Jericho Umali "Spend it with friends. It doesn't matter where just as long as you are having fun" —Jericho Umali, 19, De La Salle College of St. Benilde
Joshua Uy "A day out with the barkada."—Joshua Uy, 19, De La Salle University
Jasmine Shewakramani "Do whatever you've wanted to do. Know that after summer comes 10 months of responsibility. Go out with a bang, do your last hurrah, make sure you've completed your summer bucket list. You'll regret the things you didn't do rather than the things you did. Ease into your schedule again. By the last week of summer, you know that school will be creeping up again. Avoid looking like a pale-faced zombie because of your nights out and stuff. Go back to a regular sleeping pattern and pamper yourself during the final days so when you go back, you look fresh and ready." —Jasmine Shewakramani, 21, Writer

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