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    45 Ways to Have the Best Summer Staycation

    Life looks a little different these days. Because of the Coronavirus, many of us are stuck at home this summer, with all plans to the wayside.

    Who says you have to travel to make the most of your break? Here are 50 ideas to have the best staycation ever and enjoy the last few weeks of summer!

    1. Plan a socially distanced picnic in the park with your friends.
    2. Make homemade popsicles in the freezer.
    3. Have a backyard campout.
    4. Go to an outdoor movie or a drive-in.
    5. Visit a farmers’ market.
    6. Make s’mores.
    7. Get an ice cream maker and make some ice cream from scratch.
    8. Have a karaoke night.
    9. Go stargazing.
    10. Have a home spa day with face masks, a bubble bath, pedicures, and all!
    11. Visit a local museum (if they’re open!).
    12. Try ordering out from a restaurant you’ve never visited before in the area.
    13. Have a pajama party with your girls.
    14. Make root beer floats.
    15. Volunteer or intern for a local cause, maybe even help them out with their online presence.
    16. Watch a baseball game and cook hot dogs.
    17. Finish a book you’ve always wanted to read.
    18. Visit the library and check out books you’ve never read before.
    19. Write and mail a letter to another friend.
    20. Start a new workout plan.
    21. Document and photograph 30 days of summer in your journal.
    22. Get an entirely new hairdo.
    23. Start a blog.
    24. Buy a Polaroid camera and start a scrapbook.
    25. Research and track down your family tree.
    26. Find your favorite smoothie recipes and start blending!
    27. Have a movie marathon of your favorite childhood movies.
    28. Learn a foreign language.
    29. Participate in an online charity drive.
    30. Go on a nature hike.
    31. Pick up some coffee and go to a local park.
    32. Explore some of the most historical sites in your city.
    33. Start a total room makeover project and completely redecorate your room.
    34. Host a family/friend game night.
    35. Complete a DIY project.
    36. Go on a bike ride around town with a friend.
    37. Slow down and start watching the sunset each day.
    38. Write a short fictional story.
    39. Read the entire Bible in 90 days.
    40. Go for a night swim with friends.
    41. Reach out to the editors of your favorite online publications or blogs and start guest writing.
    42. Make a homemade pizza.
    43. Get dressed up and have a summer photoshoot with your friends.
    44. Host a luau party with friends in the backyard.
    45. Say no to comparison. Focus on the present. Be grateful for each day and learn to enjoy your own company.

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    Brittney Moses
    Brittney Moses
    Brittney Moses is a Los Angeles native, passionate about seeing this generation live wholeheartedly on purpose. While pursuing Clinical Psychology, she leverages her platform to reduce stigma, educate and assist with helpful information on the integration of faith and mental health. Still, her favorite part of life is being called Mommy to her sweet son Austin.

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