The summer months have arrived! And with great weather and long bright days, it’s the perfect time to head outside and have some fun. For those of you in need of inspiration, here are five sizzling summer projects to keep you entertained.
Traveling provides the perfect opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy the wonderful warm weather.
Whether you fancy an extended trip overseas or a weekend city break, you should try and fit in as much as possible –it’s a great way to meet new people, see cool places and learn more about the world.
If you’re an inexperienced traveler, this article from magazine site Forbes has some top tips for novices which will help you to prepare.
Summer is barbecue season, so why not throw on your apron and learn some recipes?
It’ll be cheaper than eating out (which is more tempting when the sun is shining),and by cooking your own dishes, you’ll have full control over what you eat and how it’s cooked.
Most importantly, you’ll have the perfect excuse to throw loads of summer garden parties as you test out your new recipes on friends and family – it’ll be awesome!
By starting a blog, you’ll be able to share your super summer escapades with your friends and family and have a permanent record of your activities for posterity.
With blog posts to complete, you’ll be motivated to stay active and make the most of the summer months. So head to the garden with your laptop or phone and blog away in the sun.
For maximum convenience, you could even blog from your phone or tablet through an app. This article from tech site Android Authority looks at the best blogging apps available.
Transform you garden into the ultimate horticultural haven this summer by mowing the lawn, planting some flowers,updating your furniture and much more.
Away from the crowds of people at the park and in the city centre, you’ll be able to relax and soak up those beautiful sun rays in peace. And when you’re tired of your own company, you can invite some friends over and show off your green paradise.
- Distance learning
Education is probably not on your list of summer activities, but it’s definitely on ours!
Enrolling on a distance learning course is a great idea because it enables you to pursue your passions and gain a recognised qualification that will enhance you career opportunities. Plus, most of these courses don’t require classroom attendance, so you can study from wherever you want – your back yard, the park or even the beach.
Not sure where to start? Online course provider Anglia Ruskin Distance Learning offers everything from BA to MA and MBA qualifications.
Summer is undoubtedly the best season of the year and by undertaking some of these fantastic projects, your time out in the sun will be productive and fun.
That’s our list! Share your favourite summer activities in the comments section.