Phrase: Make hay while the sun shines – Take advantage of the good weather

‘Make hay while the sun shines’ – To take advantage of an optimal situation which may be temporary. 

The term comes from the 16th century, and refers to the farming practice of waiting for goodweather in order to make hay in dry conditions, as the task is much more difficult in damp weather. 

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