Learn a new card game.
Playing cards is a great way to pass time on a rainy summer day or at night with friends after a day at the beach. I love learning new card games (my all-time favorite is BS).
Start a new routine.
Whether its getting in a new workout routine, washing your face more or getting rid of a bad habit, New Years is not the only time to make a resolution. I've gotten into a pretty regular workout routine this summer and I've found its easier to get in a routine during the summer since things are generally more relaxed than during the busy school year.
Go on a spontaneous road trip.
Since I've lived in three states across the east coast, I have friends and family everywhere! I haven't done anything too spontaneous yet (I am such a planner), but I'm hoping to jump in the car and take a road trip sometime before the summer ends!
Go to the beach as much as possible.
What is summer without a few trips to the beach? So far I've only made it to the beach once (on my vacation to Bermuda!) but that will be changing. I'm only about 45 minutes from the nearest beach so I have zero excuses not to head to the coast ASAP!
Master the art of guacamole-making.
I'm sure you're sick and tired of hearing about my avocado obsession by now but I can't help it. Guac is a summer staple. While I have yet to "master" the art of guacamole-making, I've found that adding a squirt of Sriracha and some lime takes it up a notch!!
What's on your summer bucketlist?