A Summer Bucket List For College Students
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A Summer Bucket List For College Students

Just 52 out of the millions of things to do this summer.

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A Summer Bucket List For College Students
Summer 2016.

Summer will be here before you know it! There are millions of college students around the world, each having a different and unique experience from one another. But finally, when the stressful spring semester comes to settle down, it will soon be time to plan out some fun things to do during summer. I finally had time to sit down and make a list of things I want to be able to do before the end of summer 2016. Even though I will be working a lot, it is very important to make time for yourself, your friends, and your family. What is summer without a bucket list? Here's to the summer bucket list of 2016.

1. Have a photo shoot with my best friends.

2. Go camping.


3. Jump into a pool full of jello.

4. Play messy twister.


5. Leave a positive note on someone's windshield.


6. Paint slip and slide.


7. Paint fight.

8. Play mini golf/putt putt.


9. Let my hair grow, and quit using a straightener.


10. Put glow sticks in water bottles while hanging outside at night.


11. Go sky diving.


12. Let go of a floating lantern.


13. Have a lot of bonfires.


14. Live more, worry less.


15. Get fit, and be more active.


16. Save more, spend less.


17. Make "open when" letters for someone.


18. Go to 7/11 on 7/11 for a Slurpee.


19. Road trip.


20. Go to Cedar Point/an amusement park.


21. Attend a concert.

22. Go to a midnight premier.


23. Attend Faster Horses country concert.


24. Swim somewhere with a waterfall.


25. Make it out to Oregon to see my best friend.


26. Run a 5k.


27. Spend a day at a water park.


28. Make a crayon melt.


29. Go canoeing.


30. Fly a kite.


31. Tie dye.


32. Have a spa day.


33. Get a tan tattoo.


34. Take yoga classes.


35. Take a cycling class.


36. Go to a drive-in movie.


37. Lake day.


38. Bake rainbow cupcakes.


39. Go paint balling.


40. Go to a gun range.


41. Go to many Tigers games.


42. Go fishing.


43. Go on a shopping spree.


44. Read as many books as possible.

45. Go to Canada.


46. Go tubing.


47. Color run.

48. Laser tag.


49. Tough Mudder run.


50. Go to the zoo.

51. Water tubing down a river.


52. Go to a festival.

Some of these events are childish, others are not very expensive, and some just a little too expensive. Throughout my summer, I plan on making a book full of all the memories in the summer of 2016. All while juggling my internship, my other job, the gym, a social life, just the average college kid obligations. It is important to make every second count because before you know it your summer vacations will be gone and the real world will begin! So here's to the rest of the spring semester, the warm weather coming in, the stress slowing down, and the endless nights of summer with unforgettable people.

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