1) Run easy. Stay aerobic the whole run and enjoy yourself! You don't need to go fast. Just cover the distance. Time on your feet is the name of the game right now.
2) Start your routine. Tomorrow is the day to set up a good training routine. When you will run, when you will eat, post-stretching routine, sleep patterns. If you set a good routine now, you can carry that consistency as the training becomes more difficult.
3) Make a training log. Hold yourself accountable. In the old days I used to make a new training calendar on a giant poster board and hang it on the wall. If I hadn't run yet, that blank spot on my giant post would be staring at me all day! Today you could use Strava, Nike+, etc. I use Polar Flow.
4) Explore. Now is your chance to run places and paces you don't often get to do. You're free!
5) Get some new running gear. Badger your loved ones that you want and need new running gear because the season has begun. I always want to run more when I get new running tights, gadgets, shoes, etc.
6) Enjoy life. I'm thankful and grateful every single day that I wake up that I get to live in this beautiful world surrounded by so many amazing friends, family and loved ones. Getting to run outside in nature, breathing the fresh air, seeing the flower blooms...running is a joy and a gift. Enjoy it, because as this year has shown us, the things we love can so easily be taken away from us.