Summer is fast-approaching as we transition into April. That means figuring out how you’re going to spend your two month long break. Sometimes our calendars are crammed full of plans, other times not so much. So, if plan inspiration is what you need, look no further.
There is an enormous amount of summer camps to choose from. Most likely there will be a camp or two that you can attend at nearby churches. A few other summer camps in this area are: IMPACT at Lipscomb University, Watkins Summer Art Camp and Montgomery Bell Academy Camps and Leagues. Those are just a few of the amazing summer camps throughout the Nashville area. They are usually a week-long and involve physical activities, being outside in the sun and having fun!
Vacationing is one of the best ways to spend summer. While vacationing, people usually want a beautiful, fun and inexpensive place to bond with family or friends. Some lovely vacation spots that fit those categories are: Pensacola, Fla., Gulf Shores, Ala., Myrtle Beach, S.C., Cape May, N.J. and New Orleans, La. Each spot has amazing tourist attractions of its own and are all great beach spots.
Summertime is the best time to get crafty as well. Almost every summer camp is surely going to have some form of arts and crafts, but there are also a lot of crafts that you can DIY. A couple examples of crafts you can do yourself are tie dye t-shirts, dream catchers or cute summery lanterns. There are hundreds of other crafts on the internet that you can also choose from.
If none of those previous things seem like your style, fear not. TV shows tend to be enjoyable for everyone, so a few TV shows that are perfect to watch over the summer are “Riverdale,” “The Office,” “The Walking Dead,” “Supernatural,” “Sherlock,” “Pretty Little Liars” and “The Good Place.” All of these can be found on Netflix, where there are many more shows to choose from.
There are officially 4 weeks until the last day of school and seniors have 18 days left, so now is the time to start preparing for fun in the sun!