It is May, and summer is quickly approaching! Summer should be filled with laughter, fun, and friends. Don’t be a couch potato this time, create your own personal Bucket List accustomed to your interests and desires so your summer is brimming with fun stuff to do!
Listed below are a few different ideas and activities you may want to add to your own bucket list.
Hiking is definitely not for everybody, but it doesn’t hurt to give it a try!
If you are a beginner, there are some important things you should consider before going out.
First, you should find a group to go hiking with so you don’t have to go out alone.
Second, you need to learn how to hydrate properly so you don’t faint or get dehydrated.
Third, there are some essential things you need, which include, a map & compass, sun protection, insulation, illumination, first aid kit, fire, tools and repair kit, nutrition, hydration, emergency shelter, and emergency contact info.
Have a Picnic
If you have never been on a picnic, don’t worry, it is not very difficult.
Here are some steps you should consider when planning your picnic.
First, you should pick a spot to have it. Next, invite whomever you wish.
Thirdly, prepare your food, and pack your picnic basket. Lastly, don’t forget to dress appropriately for the occasion, and then head to your destination for your picnic!
Go Paddle Boarding
Take a trip with your friends and/or family down to the lake and adventure around.
You can rent a paddle board, one where you stand up on it and paddle, or you can always rent a kayak, a 1-person boat, or a canoe, which fits 2 people.
When you do go, don’t forget to bring water, sunscreen, a swimsuit, a towel, and an extra change of clothes.
Go to a Drive in Movie
Drive in movies started many years ago in the time car culture was booming. However, it is still extremely popular to this day.
Before going, you should keep in mind a few things.
First, you should ensure the movie is appropriate for you and any guests you are bringing. Second, you should dress comfortably, even in your pajamas if you are relaxed in them. Be sure to bring cash just in case some locations don’t take cards. Thirdly, pack fun snacks so you don’t have to spend crazy money on any snacks there, and you get to bring what you want and don’t have to choose from what is being offered there. Fourthly, pack camp chairs or lawn chairs, that way you don’t have to sit in the car or on the ground. Lastly, bring jackets and insect repellent so you are prepared when you get cold and when the bugs are biting.