32 Ideas For Your Summer Bucket List

32 Ideas For Your Summer Bucket List

Get ready for summer with these ideas!

32 Ideas For Your Summer Bucket List

Summer 17 calls for a summer bucket list...

1. Road trip with your friends with no destination

Just keep driving, you never know where you might end up.

2. Tie-dye clothes

Shirts, pants, anything you can find! Tie-dying is the best.

3. Watch the sunrise and sunset

You have to wake up early and stay up late.

4. Take at least one picture everyday

Trust me, you'll want to remember every moment of your summer.

5. Go camping

Bring a tent and try to stay clear of all the scary animals.

6. Take a long walk on the beach

Probably the most peaceful walk you'll ever take.

7. Ride a roller coaster

Roller coasters are the one place where you can scream as loud as you can without anyone judging you.

8. Have ice cream for dinner

You know what they say, "dessert first please!"

9. Pull an all-nighter

Come on, you can do it... maybe!

10. Get a henna tattoo

They're sick and could inspire you for future additions!

11. Have a summer fling

"Summer loving had me a blast
Summer loving happened so fast..."

12. Make s’mores at a bonfire

Roast tons of marshmallow and eat lots of s'mores.

13. Have a movie marathon

There's nothing better than a night in with some friends every in a while.

14. Go to a music festival or concert

Enjoy the music, get lots of pictures, eat a lot of food, and take it all in .

15. Get a tan

You can finally break out the tanning oil and sit outside to soak up the sun.

16. Meet new people

Stay open minded and don't judge anyone; you never know when you might meet a new best friend or significant other.

17. Spend a day in NYC

There's endless things to do in the city that never sleeps...

18. Fly a kite

This will remind you of the days when you were young, but make sure it's windy outside!

19. Skinny dip

Live on the edge a little and take a risk.

20. Go to a baseball game

"Take me out to the ball game
Take me out with the crowd
Buy me some peanuts and crackerjacks
I don't care if I never get back..."

21. Laugh until it hurts

Find the humor in everything and be happy!!

22. Look at the stars

Star gaze as many nights as you can, no matter where you are from.

23. Watch fireworks

Fourth of July will be here before you know it!

24. Make your own fireworks

This is best done with your person from #11.

25. Build a sand castle

Embrace your inner child and make a sick castle.

26. Make ice-cold lemonade

One of the best summer drinks to have with friends or family.

27. Catch a firefly

There always flying around at night and you can do it!

28. Climb a tree

Because why not? Live a little, right?

29. Jump off a pier

Have a free spirit and push yourself even if you're scared of heights.

30. Go on a picnic

Food...food...food...and more food, oh and some drinks, too.

31. Listen to new music

Keep an open mind because you never know what music will become your favorite.

32. Don’t waste a single day and take in every moment!!!

Take risks and enjoy it. Summer only comes around every ten months and will be gone before you know it. Make it the best summer of your life.

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