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Toast marshmallows over a campfire

Toast marshmallows over a campfire
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Sticky fingers, smoke-scented hair, and a sweet smile are the signature style of summer. So, invite over your neighbours and light a small, well-maintained fire (check any fire bans first). Add to the fun by toasting marshmallows – everyone’s favourite sticky treat.

Watch a street performer

Watch a street performer
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Warm evenings turn every street corner into a stage and you’ll be amazed at the talent in your community. Dancers and musicians are staples but in many places you can also find living ‘statues’, contortionists and magicians. Don’t forget to leave them a tip to show you enjoyed their performance.

Jump off a diving board

Jump off a diving board
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It’s totally fine if you have to hold your nose!

Pull some weeds

Pull some weeds
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The end of summer is the perfect time to spruce up your garden and get it ready for autumn by cutting back plants, pulling weeds and fertilising. Sound like more work than play? Just try it. There’s something mediative about gardening, and it has so many health benefits. Plus, there’s a reason your 5-year-old self loved playing in the dirt!

Get new sunglasses

Get new sunglasses
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New sunnies can take your look to the next level – as well as protect your eyes. And if you wait till the end of the season, you might just get them on sale!

Try an outdoor activity

Try an outdoor activity
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Forget resolutions, this is about fun. If you’ve ever wanted to try a different workout, this is the best time. Outdoor offerings include yoga in the park, stand-up paddleboarding, guided night hikes, bootcamp, fishing excursions, and much much more.

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Source: RD.com

 

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