The Ideal Summer Bucket List For Foodies, Adventurers & Nature Lovers
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The Ideal Summer Bucket List For Foodies, Adventurers & Nature Lovers

Check off each of these activities this summer!

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The Ideal Summer Bucket List For Foodies, Adventurers & Nature Lovers

While last summer was plagued by the coronavirus outbreak and virtual lifestyles, this summer can be quite different. Given the vaccine roll out across the nation, it has become more of a possibility to travel, hang out with friends, and spend time doing exactly what you missed out on last year.

You may want to do an assortment of activities in the summertime, especially given the warmer weather and greater availability with scheduling. It can be quite difficult to even think of where to begin, but I have brainstormed an extensive list of fun summer activities that you should complete this season.

Welcome to my ideal summer bucket list! Use these ideas in whatever way you would like, and try to spend as much time as possible out in the world trying something new or fun!

Kayak or canoe at your local lake.

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Head out into the water and spend time in nature.

Have a "Beach Day!"

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Who doesn't like the beach and ocean waves?

Visit a Farmer’s Market.

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Get some fresh fruits and veggies!!!

Go cliff jumping with your closest friends.

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This one's for the adventure lovers!

Spend an entire day at the pool with your best friends.

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Need to relax? This is an easy solution.

Paint during a sunset.

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Get out your paint brushes and gain inspiration from the beautifully colored sky. The world is your canvas.

Create matching jewelry with your besties. 

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Make sure to wear your creations around town.

Attend or host a party!

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Have a reason to celebrate each and every day!

Wake up at sunrise and have a photoshoot

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Lights. Camera. Action.

Climb a mountain.

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Set a goal and achieve it!

Fly in a plane.

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Go somewhere spontaneously.

Go parasailing!

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Just step outside of your comfort zone.

Eat ice cream from every shop in town.

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All of my foodie friends will love this bucket list activity.

Pull an all-nighter.

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Make sure you have a lot of coffee!!!

Make a new friend.

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Talk to someone new.

Go shopping in a different state!

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Make a plan, get in the car and shop until you drop. Make sure to check out new stores that you've never shopped in before.

Work out at the gym late at night.

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Hit the gym when it's dead.

Run to a destination.

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Tie up your running shoes, and hit the town.

Try a new food (Bonus For Being Out Of Your Comfort Zone!)

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Get outside of your comfort zone. You could even try cooking something new yourself.

Thank your friends and family.

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Thank the people who mean the most to you.

Ride a bike on the boardwalk.

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Burn some extra calories and experience the boardwalk in a new way.

Enjoy every minute you have!

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Time goes by quickly, so make the most of every moment.

Good luck, adventurers!

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