Our useful phrase today is “spring fever.”
When someone tells you they have spring fever they usually feel excited about the warmer weather and it makes them want to go outdoors more often.
It is also used when someone has a stronger desire to do something new.
A: Hey, Kim! You seem so full of energy today.
B: I think I have spring fever. I get up early everyday and I feel like doing a lot of interesting things this year.
This spring fever makes me more excited to hang out with my friends over the long weekend!