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100 Ways To Celebrate Summer


Ohhh, summer!  How I love to celebrate summer!  With the unofficial start of summer being Memorial Day, 4th of July being right in the middle summer month, and the unofficial wrap up being Labor Day, it feels like there’s always a reason to party during the warmest months of the year.  
Last year, I wrote this post, which tells you exactly how to plan an amazing summer.  Because, if you’re as type A as I am, planning is an essential component to having an amazing anything.  Can I get an Amen, Besties?
This year, I want to share a MEGA HUGE list of 100 ways to celebrate summer so that plan or no plan, you’ll never find yourself without something fun to do each and every day of this glorious time of year.  Are you ready?  Let’s get this party started!
100 Ways To Celebrate Summer

1.  Get donuts from your favorite bakery
3.  Have brunch al fresco
4.  Happy hour with a view 
5.  Complete a crossword puzzle
6.  Pool day!
7.  Visit the ocean
8.  Post a photo of you enjoying summer to social media
9.  Watch the clouds go by
10.  Create a signature frosty summer beverage
11.  Go for a bike ride
13.  Make your own popsicles 
14.  Send cards to your loved ones for no reason at all
15.  Go for a walk in the park
16.  Coffee and a magazine in bed
17.  Enjoy some freshly caught seafood
18.  Take yourself on a date somewhere you love to go
19.  Visit a scenic spot in your own town
20.  Buy coffee for the person in line behind you
21.  Solicit your friends for new music recommendations
23.  Take your work outside for the day
24.  Find a field of wildflowers and mindfully enjoy the view
26.  Add some fresh flowers to your home
28.  Pick some fresh berries
29.  Taco night!
30.  Send flowers to someone who could use cheering up 
31.  Stop at a lemonade stand (or set up your own!)
32.  Take a mental health day
33.  Splash in puddles on a rainy day
34.  Plan a super fun vacation 
35.  Read under the shade of a tree
36.  Take a nap in a hammock
38.  Shop at a farmer’s market
39.  Experiment with iced tea flavors
40.  Try a new outdoor sport
41.  Have a picnic with loved ones
42.  Stop by a yard sale
44.  Invest in a new pair of shades
45.  Prepare a dish with fruit or veggies you grew yourself
47.  Renew your passport…just in case 
48.  Bake a summer treat and share it with a friend
49.  Post something kind and encouraging on social media
50.  Go a whole day without social media
51.  Drink out of a coconut
52.  Invest in tiny, colorful drink umbrellas
53.  Add a green plant to your decor
54.  Savor a juicy peach
55.  Meet someone new
57.  Take unnecessary tasks off your to-do list
58.  Stargaze
59.  DIY something for your home 
60.  Draw with sidewalk chalk
61.  Sit outside and paint
62.  Have a pajama day
63.  Roast marshmallows over a campfire
64.  Sleep under the stars
65.  Blow bubbles
66.  Catch fireflies
68.  Visit a waterfall
70.  Have a water balloon fight
72.  Watch the sunrise
73.  Watch the sunset
74.  Visit a beach you’ve never been to before
75.  Play miniature golf
76.  Go to a baseball game
77.  Go to a movie
78.  Go to a drive-in movie
79.  Watch fireworks
80.  Enjoy some sparklers 
81.  Fly a kite
82.  Go to the zoo
83. Make s’mores
84.  Visit a museum 
85.  Have a game night
86.  Go to an outdoor concert
87.  Make a sandcastle
88.  Enjoy a banana split
89.  Go bowling
90.  Go canoeing (or kayaking)
91.  Donate your time and money to a worthy cause
92.  Spend a day in a new city
93.  Make a summer scrapbook
94.  Actually print and organize the photos on your phone
95.  Go for a boat ride
96.  Feed the ducks
97.  Paint pottery
98.  Try out a new restaurant
99.  Play frisbee
100.  Visit a relative
Ok, my friends – did I miss anything on my list of 100 ways to celebrate summer?  Do you know of any other ways to have summer fun?  Let us know in the comments!
I wish you all a healthy, happy and safe summer, full of self care and much love!

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