With lockdowns and restrictions, it may be hard to find things to be this summer feel... more summer-y. However, there's still plenty of things you can do to complete a summer bucket list and make this summer feel a bit more normal, while still staying safe.
One of my personal favorites. A bit intimidating for those with poor balance, but once you get the hang of it it’s easy as pie!
Learn A New Hobby
It's super easy to want to be lazy all summer, but it's the perfect time to learn new talents. Practice your art skills, learn to play the guitar, or (something I've personally needed to expand on), learn how to skateboard!
Make Homemade Ice Cream
It’s easy to go out and buy ice cream but wouldn’t it be fun to know how to make it yourself? This could be part of learning a new hobby!
Have A Picnic
Bring a couple of close friends or a significant other in the shade of a big tree and chow down on your favorite summer snacks (watermelon highly recommended for top tier experience)
Take A Walk Through A Sunflower Field
What says summer more than a field full of bright, yellow, sunflowers?
Summer is a time for the outdoors, and a time for relaxation. Hammocking allows you to do both.
I've met many people who swear against hiking, but after they try it for the first time, they can't stop thinking about the next time they can go.
Make Your Own Scavenger Hunt
Grab some family or friends and create the ultimate summer scavenger hunt!
Support Your Local Businesses
At a time like this, it is so important to support your local businesses. Shop at those boutiques downtown (wear a mask!) and buy some peaches from your local farmers market. You could make a big difference!