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100 Things To Do This Summer

You’ve been anticipating for summer with an unbearable eagerness all year, and yet here you are, in the middle of it seemingly stuck in your room, clutching your phone in one hand and binge eating with the other. Maybe it’s your overwhelming desire to make the most of your abundant free time that’s drowning you or perhaps it’s your boring hometown that falsely seems uninspiring, with nothing to offer. However, don’t be fooled. Fun can be found in the smallest things.

For me summer is the opportunity to idly do the things my busy schedule has deterred me from venturing on throughout the year, be it relaxing, creating, visiting new places or merely hanging around with my friends. Thus, I compiled a list of 100 things you can do to keep yourself entertained and motivated at all times. 

Also a friendly reminder: there’s no need for you to strive to make this summer- or any time of your life- unforgettable by being pushed to do one thing or another. Special moments are effortlessly created when you’re carefree and appreciative of your surroundings. Enjoy!

  1. Watch the sunset
  2. Watch the sunrise
  3. Stargaze
  4. Have a picnic
  5. Go on a hike
  6. Go to the beach
  7. Go night swimming
  8. Throw a sleepover
  9. Go to the cinema
  10. Go to a concert
  11. Cook a three-course meal
  12. Make breakfast for dinner
  13. Make a mix-tape/summer playlist
  14. Buy and read a new book
  15. Go to the flea market
  16. Have a water balloon fight
  17. Go to a restaurant you’ve never been before
  18. Go on a roadtrip
  19. Make art
  20. Start a journal
  21. Make a short film
  22. Pick up a new skill-dancing, sewing, learning a foreign language etc
  23. Have a spa night
  24. Have a movie marathon
  25. Throw a brunch
  26. Bike
  27. Reorganize your bedroom
  28. Go fishing
  29. Throw a barbecue party
  30. Tourist around your city
  31. Take care of a plant
  32. Write a short novel
  33. Make a zine
  34. DIY something
  35. Get a pen-pal
  36. Take a lot photographs
  37. Go people watching
  38. Do a collage
  39. Do your nails
  40. Send a message in a bottle
  41. Make a time capsule
  42. Draw a cartoon
  43. Camp
  44. Have a bonfire
  45. Blind makeovers with your friends
  46. Visit your grandparents
  47. Bake something
  48. Go clubbing
  49. Tie-dye
  50. Go to the playground
  51. Get a summer job
  52. Go to the museum
  53. Go to the library
  54. Have a pillow fight
  55. Get a temporary tattoo
  56. Cloud watch
  57. Play messy twister
  58. Karaoke
  59. Climb a tree
  60. Make a rainbow cake
  61. Start a blog
  62. Adopt a stray animal
  63. Make a dream catcher
  64. Go to a new cafe
  65. Watercolor
  66. Workout
  67. Write a song
  68. Start a new series
  69. Watch a play
  70. Send a letter to a random address
  71. Learn a card trick
  72. Try a new cuisine
  73. Pool party
  74. Build a blanket fort
  75. Go to a water park
  76. Meditate
  77. Make a scrapbook
  78. Doodle
  79. Get a new haircut
  80. Familiarize yourself with a new artist (painter, director etc)
  81. Look up your family tree
  82. Sew patches
  83. Volunteer
  84. Watch a foreign film
  85. Make a new friend
  86. Go for a long walk
  87. Make jewelry
  88. Catch up with your school work (a bit unpleasant but very constructive!)
  89. Board games night with your family
  90. Catch up with an old friend
  91. Go to the aquarium
  92. Take your mom/dad out for dinner
  93. Go to a festival
  94. Make cocktails
  95. Go shopping
  96. Go record hunting
  97. Sort out your closet/drawers
  98. Make origami
  99. Have a Disney movie marathon
  100. Relax

Words by Maria Stratoudaki // Photography by  Johanna Mariel.

© 2015 Reef Magazine


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