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Ah, summer break. That wonderful time of year when you have no worries or responsibilities for three whole months. However, sometimes three months with no assignments and deadlines can kind of feel like forever. Who hasn't found themselves thinking "I'm so bored" or "there is literally NOTHING to do" during summer break?
Well, worry no longer, because I'm sure that you can find at least one activity that sparks your interest here:
1. Go to the beach.
2. Have a picnic.
3. Have a bonfire on the beach or in your backyard.
4. Add something new to your s’mores, like bananas or peanut butter.
5. Attend a local sports game.
6. Grab a county map, pick a random location and drive there for an adventure.
7. Go to a concert.
8. Go to a festival.
9. Try cooking food over a bonfire.
10. Go camping -- even if it’s just for the night in your backyard.
11. Go berry picking and make a pie.
12. Watch the sunset.
13. Watch the sunrise.
14. Go hiking.
15. Make friendship bracelets.
16. Try a new fitness trend.
17. Invite your friends over for a movie marathon and sleepover.
18. Hang a large white sheet in your backyard and make an outdoor movie theatre.
19. Get a job or an internship.
20. Find a swimsuit that you really, really like.
21. Try an activity out of your comfort zone.
22. Catch fireflies.
23. Take a time-lapse video of the sunrise or sunset.
24. Set up a hummingbird feeder in your yard.
25. Drive to visit a college friend.
26. Learn a new recipe.
27. Visit a new city.
28. Spend a rainy day indoors with sheet masks, nail painting, old movies, and your best friends.
29. Try a food you’ve never heard of before.
30. Learn a new skill.
31. Help the neighborhood kids set up a lemonade stand.
32. Go to a “paint and wine” night.
33. Go kayaking or canoeing.
34. Learn a few phrases in a different language.
35. Make a road trip playlist…
36. … and go on a road trip.
37. Go to a carnival.
38. Go on a vineyard tour.
39. Look at old family photos or watch old family movies.
40. Fly a kite.
41. Ask your parents or grandparents what their favorite summer activities were when they were your age.
42. Play mini-golf.
43. Go to the zoo or aquarium.
44. Go to a museum.
45. Paint the sunrise or sunset.
46. Take a nap in a hammock.
47. Make or take part in a scavenger hunt.
48. Have a water gun or water balloon fight with your friends.
49. Embrace your inner child and draw with sidewalk chalk.
50. Go night swimming.
51. Start a journal.
52. Go stargazing.
53. Binge-watch a Netflix show.
54. Take Polaroid pictures.
55. Re-read your favorite book.
56. Re-watch your favorite movie.
57. Cook dinner for your family.
58. Volunteer at a local charity or shelter.
59. Go thrift shopping.
60. Host a party.
61. Visit a national park.
62. Donate all the clothes that you don’t wear.
63. Have a movie night inside a blanket fort.
64. Go to an amusement park.
65. Get a new piercing or tattoo.
66. Make a film or photo series documenting all of your summer adventures.
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