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4 Great Ways To Have Fun This Summer

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After all the stress the year 2020 has thrown our way, it’s important to focus on having a relaxing and fun 2021, especially as the weather warms up and summer quickly approaches. Whether your upcoming summer is full of activities or you have a clear schedule to work with, there are several ways to relax and have fun in the midst of it all. We are going to go over some of the best ways to ensure you have a fun summer throughout the entire season.

1. Going poolside is always a good idea.


Sitting in the sun in your backyard and soaking up all that Vitamin D is one of the greatest joys of the summer. If you have a pool to lay next to or take a dip in, that’s even better. Have you ever heard of someone who didn’t enjoy going poolside? Probably not, and that’s because it’s one of the most timeless summertime activities.

If you are a homeowner and are curious about having a custom pool built in your backyard for the upcoming summer, there are several pool builder companies all over the country. If you live in Florida, for example, custom pool builders such as the pool builders in Bradenton, allow you to choose from custom designs that fit your lifestyle and aesthetic.

2. Relax with natural supplements.


One of the most popular wellness supplements on the market today is CBD (cannabidiol) oil. If you haven’t heard of it, you’ve been missing out on one of the best and most natural ways to relax and unwind. Derived from the cannabis or hemp plant, CBD oil is rich in all the health benefits the plant provides, without the high of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which is the psychoactive chemical in marijuana.

While CBD oil is more commonly known for helping with stress, occasional anxiousness, insomnia, or the inability to relax, it can also help relieve issues related to epilepsy and chronic pain. All-natural CBD tincture for muscle tension and pain is a great option for anyone who takes part in physical activities often or has a history of inflammation and arthritis.

If you’ve never tried CBD oil, be aware that the effects of full-spectrum CBD are much milder than hemp products containing THC. You are expected to feel a rush of relaxation as it enters your endocannabinoid system and works with your receptors.

Always consult your doctor before using CBD products.

3. Take a solo road trip.


A timeless summertime activity is taking a road trip to somewhere you’ve never been before. If you choose to take a road trip, whether it’s across the country or across the state, be sure to document every step of the way so you can have these lasting memories forever.

Whether you prefer road-tripping solo or in a group of friends, you will surely enjoy the open road and all the sites to see along the way.

4. Have a garage or yard sale.


Whether you want to put some extra cash in your pocket or simply clean out all the clutter you don’t need or use, having a garage sale can be a very relaxing and fun activity in the summer. Be sure to mark your prices low if your goal is to clean out everything. Most people who go to garage sales are ready to barter if they see an item they really want, so keep in mind that you might not get the amount of money you projected at the start of your sale.

Also, it’s important to keep in mind that many communities require homeowners to purchase a permit before they open their doors for customers, so try to reach out to the leaders of your community in advance to avoid getting shut down.


Hi, I’m Thea.

I started this brand as a personal online publication after graduating from Boston University with a degree in Marketing and Design. Originally from San Francisco, I was thousands of miles from family and friends, and needed an outlet for exploring my passions and connecting with others. My goal has always been to show others the beauty in enjoying life’s simple pleasures and to encourage others to look inward for self fulfillment.

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