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Goals For Summer 2018

100 goals for Summer 2018

Goals For Summer 2018

With finals wrapping up, and summer steadily approaching, I've been thinking a lot about what exactly I want to do this summer. I want to make this summer one I will remember, and because of that, I have assembled a list of all of my goals for summer 2018. Hopefully, this list will inspire you to have an amazing summer as well.

1. Go swimming in a pool.

2. Go swimming in a lake.

3. Go out on a boat.

4. Go inner tubing.

5. Go Up North.

6. Have a campfire.

7. Roast Marshmallows and eat s'mores at the campfire.

8. Go to a baseball game.

9. Run a 5K.

10. Go bowling.

11. Go biking.

12. Have a picnic in the park.

13. Float down the river on inner tubes for a whole day.

14. Have a BBQ.

15. Go to a concert.

16. Go on a trampoline.

17. Do sunset yoga.

18. Watch fireworks.

19. Have an ice-cream sundae.

20. Go hammocking.

21. Go to an amusement park, cedar point.

22. Do a little traveling.

23. Go to the beach.

24. Run through the sprinklers.

25. Make lemonade.

26. Visit the zoo.

27. Try a brand new restaurant, and eat outside.

28. Camp in the backyard.

29. Visit a farmers market.

30. Go on a hike.

31. Try aerial yoga.

32. Try goat yoga.

33. Go to the library.

34. Have fun at my summer job.

35. Attend a parade.

36. Have a water balloon fight.

37. Volunteer at the animal shelter.

38. Volunteer at the hospital.

39. Spend time with your family.

40. Have a sleepover with old friends.

41. Fly a kite.

42. Take a day trip.

43. Visit local tourist attractions.

44. plant a garden.

45. Have an outdoor movie marathon.

46. Have an ice cream social, or go to one.

47. Go kayaking.

48. Go paddle boarding.

49. Buy some fudge.

50. Try to read a little every day.

51. Pick strawberries.

52. Pick blueberries.

53. Play corn hole.

54. Visit a museum.

55. Go to the movies.

56. Go to the park.

57. Go to a drive-in movie.

58. Go to a waterpark.

59. Spend all day by the pool.

60. Get a tan.

61. Get a tattoo.

62. Dye hair to match summer vices.

63. Build a sand castle.

64. Eat popsicles.

65. Eat a funnel cake.

67. Attend a local fair or festival.

68. Make and grill your own pizza.

69. Eat dinner outside.

70. Go to the gym.

71. Do some DIY projects.

72. Eat a snowcone.

73. Visit family.

74. Catch up with friends who I haven't seen in a while.

75. Watch and finish a new TV series.

76. Make a new friend.

77. Have a pen pal.

78. Spend a day or two downtown.

79. Collect seashells.

80. Find a Petoskey stone.

81. Go on the swings.

82. Go on a scavenger hunt.

83. Spend a day at the mall.

84. Have a garage sale.

85. Rearrange my bedroom.

86. Attend a new workshop.

87. Try to write a little every day.

88. Take a new class to get ahead in School.

89. Make homemade salsa.

90. Try surfing.

91. Have a staycation.

92. Have downtime once a week.

93. Learn a new language.

94. Explore a new town.

95. Go go-karting.

96. Play Mario kart with friends.

97. Have a paintball game.

98. Take a dance class.

99. Make homemade cake pops.

100. Have fun!

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