81 Things You Can Do Instead Of Taking A Summer Class
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81 Things You Can Do Instead Of Taking A Summer Class

How to procrastinate this summer.

81 Things You Can Do Instead Of Taking A Summer Class
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Summer classes are by far, the worst. You can spend anywhere from an hour to several (like eight) hours trying to finish a week's worth of work in one day. During this time, minds seem to wander to what you could be doing instead of schoolwork during the summer. Here are some ideas:

1. Go to the beach.

2. Read a book.

3. Take a walk.

4. Eat some ice cream.

5. Watch some TV.

6. Clean your room.

7. Have a dance party.

8. Take a road trip.

9. Go to an amusement park.

10. Wash your clothes.

11. Go tanning.

12. Bake a batch of cookies.

13. Get a job.

14. Go to a museum.

15. Go workout.

16. Read some more Odyssey articles!

17. DIY your bedroom.

18. Give your dog a bath.

19. Paint your nails.

20. See animals at the zoo.

21. Go see a movie.

22. Babysit for your family.

23. Swim in the pool.

24. Go to the park.

25. Catch some Pokemon.

26. Make a YouTube video.

27. Have a fashion show.

28. Go clothes shopping.

29. Just sit and relax.

30. Watch "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" on Netflix.

31. Read the back of a cereal box.

32. Watch cat videos.

33. Go get Starbucks.

34. Pretend you're in a music video and sing all the lyrics to your favorite songs.

35. Eat a Frosty.

36. Play solitaire.

37. Mow your lawn.

38. Take out the trash.

39. Feed your pets.

40. Take a drive.

41. Go see the city.

42. Call a friend.

43. Write a thank you note.

44. Pretend you're a professional photographer and take some cool pictures.

45. Go on a date.

46. Look at the stars through a telescope.

47. Take a nap.

48. Play a board game with your friends and family.

49. Host a party.

50. Pop some popcorn and put on a movie.

51. Pretend you're a spy.

52. Stalk your crush on social media.

53. Go to a public place and see how many people you can photobomb in a 10 minute period.

54. Write a creative diary.

55. Sing karaoke.

56. Have a lemonade stand.

57. Go to the aquarium.

58. Have a campfire and make s'mores.

59. Go see a concert.

60. Have a water balloon fight.

61. Wash some dishes.

62. Sit outside and come up with names for cloud formations.

63. Make cute gifts for your friends.

64. Have a lunch date.

65. People watch.

66. Hang out with your friends.

67. Scroll through Pinterest.

68. Watch YouTube videos.

69. Try a new hairstyle.

70. Start a blog.

71. Give someone a hug.

72. Tell knock-knock jokes.

73. Do a makeover.

74. See if any Internet lifehacks work.

75. Go shoe shopping.

76. Take a shower.

77. Try to make sushi.

78. Have a spa day.

79. Write a poem about how much you hate summer classes.

80. Go to a sports game.

81. Read this Odyssey article again for more ideas!

I hope it helps you to procrastinate and give you ideas on what to do for the rest of your summer!

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