How to Make the Most of Your Summer

How to Make the Most of Your Summer

Summer might feel like forever, but it’s really only a few short months. Here are some tips on how to make the most of your fun in the sun this season.

1—Find new summer adventures. Say yes to a new adventure. Working your entire summer break can be a lot—on top of a busy school semester—but a quick weekend or day adventure can help with that. Find a place you have never been, take a walk with friends, and explore. Finding a beautiful place to hike around your hometown is awesome.  However, a road trip with your best friends to somewhere a little farther can be the perfect getaway you need. Adventure is found anywhere, from exploring a state or national park to venturing out to beautiful scenery. Pack up your backpack, and go explore what the world has to offer!

2—Do a mini photo shoot with friends. Go out on a beautiful day and do a photo shoot with friends. Find a colorful wall, a cute park, or an artsy downtown area and get some Instagram-worthy pics. Whether it’s with an iPhone or Polaroid camera, pictures are the best kind of memories. Experimenting with lighting and angles for pictures is always fun, especially with your friends. You may even find a cool new spot you’ve never seen right in your hometown.

3—Find cute local boutiques and coffee shops. Finding local coffee shops helps support local business.  Also, these local shops are usually hidden gems that many people don’t know about. Go venture out and find those places in your hometown.

Summer vacation is much needed after a long semester of 8 a.m. classes and endless nights in the library. Although you may have to spend days working or on other responsibilities, it’s all about making the most of your summer vacation. So take advantage of any sunny days. Get outside, go explore, and find adventures.

Find what makes you happy and use it to make the most of your summer: Let’s hear your big summer plans in the comments below. Or show us on social media, and be sure to tag @CFashionista!