May the 4th is quickly approaching, young padawans. Are you prepared? If not, we've got a list of fun ways you can celebrate your love for Star Wars!

May the 4th is not any regular spring day. It's a day completely devoted to a galaxy far, far away. And if you're like me, unsure of how to celebrate National Star Wars Day, then this list will certainly come in handy! Grab your lightsaber and your Jedi robes, climb aboard the Millennium Falcon and prepare to make the jump into hyperspace!

Have a Star Wars movie marathon

[gallery size="full" columns="2" ids="1092,1099"] The most important question to ask yourself: do you start with the Original Trilogy? Or with the Prequels? My suggestion for first-timer viewers is to start with the Original Trilogy, then the Prequels, and finally the latest additions (i.e., The Force Awakens and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story). However, if you're an avid Star Wars fan who's seen the entire saga more times than you can count, watch the movies in whatever order you so please! Don't let us tell you what to do. I prefer to watch the saga in chronological order: Episode I: The Phantom Menace Episode II: Attack of the Clones Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Episode IV: A New Hope Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Episode VI: Return of the Jedi Episode VII: The Force Awakens

Rise to the occasion and dress up

[gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="1093,1091"] On May 4, wear anything from your favorite Star Wars shirt to an all out Star Wars cosplay! It's totally up to you. I know I'll be rocking my Rey cosplay ALL. DAY. LONG. If you do dress up, share your photos with us!

One word: #Vadering

[gallery size="large" columns="2" ids="1104,1103"] The classic meme that showcases your Force abilities. Take a photo of you using the Force Grip on a helpless victim, who's floating mid-air while choking. "You don't know the power of the Dark Side." Share your photos with us and use the hashtag #Vadering.

Food. Food. Food.

[gallery size="large" columns="2" ids="1098,1101"] Make a cake or other tasty treats like lightsaber pretzelsPrincess Leia cinnamon buns, or even Stormtrooper gingerbread cookies. They'll keep your stomach full and your nerd heart happy. More Star Wars food and snack recipes can be found here.

Toast the saga with Star Wars themed beverages

[gallery size="large" columns="2" ids="1097,1095"] Drink blue milk like Aunt Beer used to make! Simply add blue food coloring to a cold glass of milk. Or for the adults (21 and older), you can make your own boozy concoctions like the Boba Fett Cocktail or the Darth Vader Cocktail. More Star Wars cocktail recipes can be found here. Now that you've received your training, you are ready to face the trials, young Jedi. May the Force Be with You!

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