33 Things To Add To Your Summer Bucket List
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33 Things To Add To Your Summer Bucket List

Ideas to have the best summer possible.

33 Things To Add To Your Summer Bucket List
Tessa Lebo

Don't just lay around this summer and watch TV from the couch. Get out there and make some unforgettable memories. Pick and choose from this list of fun activities you can do this summer and make it a summer to remember.

1. Go on a road trip with a friend

2. Get a relaxed summer job 

3. Get highlights in your hair 

4. Get a small matching tattoo with your best friend

5. Buy a flower at a greenhouse

6. Do a summer photo shoot 

7. Plant a tree

8. Go to a concert

9. Go to a zoo 

10. Have a bonfire and cook food over the fire 

11. Plan a picnic somewhere pretty  

12. Stop at every garage sale you drive by 

13. Cook a summer themed dish 

14. Burn or shred schoolwork from the previous year 

15. Write something uplifting on a random sidewalk with chalk 

16. Go fishing 

17. Go skinny dipping 

18. Finish a book 

19. Go kayaking 

20. Go to the beach 

21. Turn an old piece of clothing into something new 

22. Lay under the stars

23. Have an "at home" spa day 

24. Go to a drive-in movie

25. Go to a theme park 

26. Win something at the fair 

27. Make Popsicles

28. Have a water balloon fight 

29. Visit a farmer's market 

30. Camp in the backyard

31. Fly a kite 

32. Go to a national park 

33. Paint something inspired by your summer 

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