Are you trying to boost your social media posts with hashtags? August days are warm and long. But school, sports, and other commitments are just around the corner. Enjoying the last unofficial days of summer are essential. If you are looking for inspiration for your social media posts, check out the following hashtags for August.
The summer season is officially here. Enjoy the warm weather! Spend time outdoors! But also make time to write down your thoughts about the wonderful summer season. If you are searching for inspiration, check out the following journal writing prompts for summer.
Write your summer goals.
Describe your perfect summer evening.
What is your favorite summer activity as an adult?
What was your favorite summer activity as a child?
Create a summer bucket list for yourself. Create another one for your family.
Describe your favorite summer memory as a child, a teen, and an adult.
What was your favorite summer vacation? Why?
Did you ever attend summer camp? Write about your experience.
What was your first summer job? What was the job? Go into detail. Describe what your first summer job taught you.
How is life different from last summer?
What do you hope next summer brings for you? Your family? Your friends? Your community?
Did you ever have a summer love or crush? Write about the experience.
What is your favorite summer pool or lake memory?
What are your favorite summer foods or treats? Why?
If money was not a factor, what would you do this summer? Would you travel? Or renovate your home?
Is summer your favorite season? Why or why not?
As a child, did you miss school when you were on summer vacation? Why or why not?
Do you spend most of your time indoors or outdoors during the summer months? Why
What is your favorite summer outdoor activity?
Pretend you are a local tour guide. Where would take your tourists? Why?
Get outdoors. Go for a walk. Now, write about your experience. What did you see? Smell? Hear? Touch?
Go to a local café or coffee shop on a warm summer day. If available, sit outdoors. Observe the different customers. Write about who comes in.
List 5 things you cannot live without during the summer months. What are they important?
Go outside. Free write for 15 minutes.
As summer comes to an end, write about your highs and lows.
What are you looking forward to in the upcoming fall season? Why?
Summer is officially here! Warmer weather, family gatherings, and road trips with friends are all part of the summer season. If you want to capture every moment of summer, check out the following master list of summer photo prompts for inspiration.
June 21st is the official start of summer. Yet, the days feel like summer is already here. Are you enjoying the summer weather? Get outside and have fun. Do not forget to take lots of pictures. Summer 2022 will only happen once. When you post your favorite photos to social media, remember to add hashtags. If you are searching for inspiration to add to your social media posts, check out the following hashtags for summer.
Did you create a bucket list for yourself or your family for the summer? How about your dog? A bucket list does not necessarily mean a grand adventure for just humans. The main point of a bucket list is trying something new. If you need inspiration, check out the following list of ideas for a summer bucket list for your dog.
Before going anywhere new, research the guidelines for bringing your pet. Many travel areas understand dogs are valuable family members. Other destinations may not be pet friendly. Researching or calling is the best way to learn the rules for bringing your faithful four-legged companion.
Hit the Trails: Get outside. Go to your favorite hiking spot or find a new one. Spend the day exploring.
Camp Out: Pet-friendly campgrounds cater to pets by offering dog runs or other play areas. Researching is the best way to find the best campground for you and your dog.
Go to the Dog Park: Dog parks are exciting for your four-legged companion. Dogs love socialization and play. Try to visit your local dog park regularly. Next, go to a dog park. Different play areas are a new adventure for your dog.
Pet-Friendly Hotel: Do you and your dog need a relaxing night away? Go to a pet-friendly hotel for the night or the entire weekend. Many hotels strive to include family pets in their accommodations. Order room service. Enjoy a night of relaxation with your fur baby.
BBQ Time: Grill steak or chicken for you and your pet to enjoy. Or host a dog-friendly BBQ for your friends and their pets.
Spend Time at the Lake: If your dog loves to swim, head to your local pet-friendly lake. Pack a lunch. Spending time at the lake is an activity your entire family will enjoy.
Pet-Friendly Backyard: Redesign a portion of your backyard with your dog in mind. Install a dog activity area with ramps for running, add a small child’s swimming pool, a watering station, shade area, dog run, and more.
Professional Photo: As a pet owner, you probably have hundreds (or thousands) of photos of your pet with your family. Not to mention, the extra selfies of you and your pet together. But do you have a professional photo?
Cuddle Time: Watching your favorite videos, sitting on your couch, and cuddling with your pet is a great way to spend an evening.
Coming up with a summer bucket list for your dog is a great family activity. Enjoy all the different ideas together.
Summer is in full swing. Restrictions from the pandemic are beginning to lift. The time is right to get outdoors and enjoy the beautiful weather. Grab your camera and start snapping pictures before summer is over. Do you need some photo inspiration for July? Check out the following list of ideas.
The summer months are a great time to focus on self-care. Whether you are just starting or continuing a self-care routine, the benefits promote an overall well-being to your mind, body, and soul. Set aside a time just for you. Do you need some ideas for your July self-care routine? Look at the following list for inspiration.
Schedule your annual wellness check with your primary care provider.
Stay hydrated! Drink lots of fluids in the warm weather.
Celebrate the 4th! Play with sparklers or go watch the fireworks.
Sleep! Take naps or sleep an extra hour.
Meditate or pray.
Listen to relaxing music.
Go to the library or local bookstore to find your summer reading material.
Binge-watch movies or series on a rainy day.
Try a new fitness routine.
Go for a hike or nature walk.
Go for a swim.
Ride a bike.
Keep a gratitude journal.
Call an old friend.
Go out to lunch.
Try a new recipe.
Clean your living space.
Spend a day at the beach.
Unplug from your devices.
Be a local tourist.
Watch the sunrise or sunset.
Buy a new outfit.
Do an in-home spa treatment.
Get a haircut.
Find a new place to worship.
Order take-out from your favorite restaurant or try somewhere new.
Take a long hot bubble bath with lavender or rose hips oil.
Many people view Memorial Day as the unofficial kick off to summer. Are you ready to get outdoors and enjoy the warmer weather? Time to make a summertime bucket list! Whether you are looking for activities for yourself, your family, or friends, a bucket list is a great way to begin your planning process.
If you are looking for inspiration, check out the following 100 ideas for a summer to remember.
Summer is quickly coming to an end. Soon, either virtually or in-person, school will back in session. Homework and work commitments will rapidly fill your schedule. Practicing social distancing and other guidelines in your area, you and your family can enjoy numerous fun-filled activities.
Do you need some inspiration? Check out the following list.
20 End of Summer Activities for the Entire Family
Go on a hike
Go on a nature walk
Go camping (yes, the backyard counts)
Make a fort in the backyard
Water balloon fight
Play in the sprinkler
Go for a bike ride
Host a treasure hunt or scavenger hunt
Go on a picnic
Go on a walking tour of local sites
Gather rocks to paint
Go out for ice cream
Go on a scenic drive
Have a craft day
Host a game night
Have a bonfire
The recent health crisis is a cause for concern. Staying safe and healthy is always a priority. But you can still enjoy the outdoors. Get outside with your family, including the dog. Enjoy the remaining days of summer. A simple nature walk or hike can transform into long-lasting memories for your family. Grab your camera and go.