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Summer Bucket List

Summer Bucket List

Everyone talks about the importance of living everyday. Now that we are not in school and we are out for the summer, a lot of us are taking a summer class or two, or are working everyday but that doesn't mean we shouldn't make time to make fun memories during the summer of 2016.

Here is a general summer of 2016 bucket list:

1. Attend a music festival.

2. Go on a roadtrip with friends.

3. Go thrifting.

4. Run a race.

5. Have an outdoor picnic.

6. Volunteer: for local charities or national charities.

7. Go to an amusement park.

8. Read a book for fun.

9. See a psychic.

10. Go on a long bike ride.

11. Go hiking.

12. Watch fireworks.

13. Try (or continue) yoga.

14. Go fishing.

15. Go to a fair.

16. Buy fresh produce from a farmer's market.

17. Tye dye.

18. Stargaze.

19. Family movie night.

20. Go to an aquarium.

21. Learn to play an instrument.

22. Skype or reconnect with an old friend.

23. Go to the beach.

24. Pull an all-nighter.

25. Watch a scary movie.

26. Pull pranks on your friends.

27. Learn a magic trick.

28. Visit a museum.

29. Travel somewhere you have never been before.

30. Take a train.

31. Use a selfie stick.

32. Get something other than your usual coffee drink at Dunkin' or Starbucks.

33. Make something.

34. Draw something.

35. Actually do some of the DIYs you have been saving on Pinterest for years.

36. Go to the library.

37. Go to a baseball game.

38. Find a drive-in movie theater.

39. Climb a tree.

40. Start gardening.

41. Roast marshmellows and make smores.

42. Pick berries.

43. Go swimming with dolphins.

44. Go on a waterslide.

45. Go to a concert.

46. Eat ice cream from an ice cream truck.

47. Play in the rain.

48. Ride a Ferris wheel.

49. Wake up for the sunrise.

50. Bungee jump.

51. Go white water rafting.

52. Skydive.

53. Take a photo while doing each of these activities.

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