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Summer 2017 is nearing its end and a new academic year is breathing down our necks. August persuasively reminds us that we have one last chance to enjoy the rest of summer to the utmost and to catch the last train before college officially begins.
Here are the five things you still have time to do before plunging into a new academic year.
If you did not find a long-term partner over summer and miss romantic memories, do not jump to give up on this part. Try a summer fling to have emotions running high. At the digital age it is so easy to find a like-minded person looking for the same things. Plenty of matchmaking services will readily offer you an appropriate partner who like you wants to have an unforgettable summer fling. Just make you sure your look for him/her in the right place, not on the married dating sites.
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Summer flings matter, but friendship is equally important. Though, the Internet happens to be the common place where we interact with each other most of the time. We chat, share pictures and discuss the pros and cons of dating. Real life friendship is like an extinct dinosaur. Organize BBQ party and invite all your friends you want to see on one condition, that is no smart phone and Internet. Be sure you’ll have a good time each of you would like to remember once summer ends.
Any big music fest concentrates fun, music, young people, summer vibes and freedom. It usually lasts from two to four days, and you’ll have chance to visit not only local music event, but also to go to the Great Britain that is famous for its great festivals. Check this site to choose what music fest you are more of, call you friends and have a blast. Volunteering at music fest is another option to visit them and have the unique experience.
At the first sight this point of our list may seem too simple. In comparison with travelling to the Europe, or exotic islands visit to the drive-in theatre looks unattractive. But it only looks so. Watching a movie on the big screen, lazily lying on your car in the open air, enjoying how stars appear in the sky. That’s the beauty of this summer activity. Besides, it may be a good idea for the first date, or a nice way to spend time with you long-term partner.
Summer gives a great opportunity to focus on yourself, your dreams and true desires. What have you wished to try for a long time, but did not have time or anybody to share your interest with? Maybe you wished to improve your skills, try on painting, or launch your blog; maybe you did not have enough time to spend on your hobby, or think of your true talents. Summer is not only about having fun, picnics and sunbathing; it is about exploring yourself, getting off the beaten track and enhancing your life experience.
Add your own points to this list and spend the end of this summer so that the memories would invigorate you during the following semesters.
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