Summer is Almost Over, but there is Still Time to…

Can you believe it – this time next week, kids will be in school and the NFL season will be set to begin in just days.  Where has the Summer gone?  The good news it is not over yet – you still have a few days to jam pack your summer.  Here is a list of 101 things to do in Summer so that you don’t miss anything (https://korbyhometeam.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/753/korbyhometeamupgrade.agentfire2.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/753/korbyhometeamupgrade.agentfire2.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/753/hellogiggles.com/101-things-summer): ENJOY!

1. Spend an entire day at the beach with a picnic.
2. Have a nighttime beach bonfire.
3. Visit a national park.
4. Camp in a national park.
5. Camp in your back yard.

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6. See an outdoor concert.

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7. Hang out on a roof top until the sun rises.
8. Find a drive-in movie theatre.

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9. Create your own drive in movie theater with a sheet and projector.
10. Road trip, even if it’s just a few hours away!
11. Become a bookworm – a book a week maybe?
12. Take a road trip just to eat something amazing there.
13. Make ice cream and ice cream sandwiches from scratch, experiment with flavors.
14. Go berry or citrus fruit picking.
15. Step up your homemade cold soup game.
16. Eat too much watermelon.

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17. Start an herb garden.
18. Perfect your sangria recipe.
19. Throw some fruit on the grill.

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20. Have an outdoor, candle-lit, dinner party.
21. Dip popsicles in Prosecco.
22. Nap in a hammock.
23. Have a day of water activities like slip n slide, water guns, and water balloon fights.
24. Throw a Field Day playing capture the flag…with the sprinklers on.
25. Make a summer documentary.
26. Take a scenic bike ride.
27. Go to a crafts fair.
28. Have a series of BBQ parties, each highlighting a different regions BBQ.
29. Organize a clothes swap.
30. Branch out your friend circle.
31. Volunteer at an animal shelter.
32. Do a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle.
33. Learn poker and start a weekly game.
34. Learn to make your own jewelry and sell on Etsy.
35. Have a mother/daughter spa day.
36. Make a photo album.
37. Finally start that diary you’ve been thinking about since middle school.
38. Make a playlist for every possible life situation on iTunes.
39. Use a polaroid camera.
40. Dance until daybreak.
41. Plan a ’90s/nostalgia theme party.
42. Wiggle your toes in the grass/sand.

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43. Take an outdoor yoga class.
44. Swim in a lake.
45. Sit on a tire swing.
46. Swing on a rope and jump into the water.
47. Perfect your summer style.
48. Become a flea market regular and expert.
49. Light sparklers with friends at night.
50. Start rocking some fab hats.
51. Be a tourist in your own city for a day.
52. Go skinny dipping with a BFF or a fling.
53. Go roller skating/blading!
54. Visit an aquarium.
55. Become a pro flower arranger.winter
56. Learn to find constellations.
57. Make s’mores.
58. Catch fireflies.
59. Fly a kite.

60. Create a scavenger hunt.
61. Decorate your neighborhood with sidewalk chalk.
62. Teach a grandparent to text.
63. Learn double Dutch jump rope.
64. Explore your local bookstores.
65. Lay on the grass and cloud watch.Paintballing
66. Go paintballing.
67. Have a paint filled egg fight.
68. Have a board game night with friends.
69. Play Twister.st5full
70. Dry flowers.
71. Paint a room in your house a bright color.

72. Try a pastel hair color.
73. Go to a hip hop dance class.
74. Make sushi.
75. Amp up your mixology skills.
76. Try a new hairstyle everyday.
77. Perfect an easy breezy summer make up look.
78. Head to a music festival.
79. Find yourself a summer theme song.
80. Find a favorite sunscreen.
81. Become a farmers market regular.
82. Try nail art.
83. Try some patriotic nail art in July!
84. Buy a retro/vintage bathing suit.
85. Silk screen your own tees.
86. Try a water sport like surfing or jet skiing.
87. Go skydiving.
88. Play beach volleyball.
89. Get a henna tattoo on a boardwalk.
90. Go on a ferris wheel at dusk.
91. Have brunch alone with a book.
92. Have an outdoor fondue night.
93. Go to the horse races.
94. Play/learn tennis.
95. Try some boozy bowling.
96. Go early morning hiking.
97. Vow to wear sunblock EVERYDAY.
98. Start a vinyl collection.
99. Binge watch a show.
100. Take a “mental health” day from work.
101. Scrapbook your whole summer adventure.

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About the Author

Katy Korby is the CFO of the Korby Home Team. Her passion is ensuring that our clients have an out-of-this-world experience selling their homes with the Korby Home Team. Katy comes to us with a diverse background and a unique skill set that enhances the client experience. Her attention to detail and care for people make her a wonderful asset to the team. Graduating with a degree in Theater, Katy has performed in numerous plays and most recently starred in a locally produced indie film that is being entered info film festivals around the nation. Katy’s experience in the work world include many positions within the accounting world including tax preparation, bookkeeping, and full-charge accounting. Most recently before joining the Korby Home Team, Katy was the Market Center Administrator for Keller Williams Integrity Realty in Roseville, where she was the full-charge accountant and handled budgeting and forecasting for the company as well as day to day operations and administration of an 80 person real estate office. Katy and her husband have two children, Libby and Calvin, and have lived in Como Park for almost two decades. In 2013, Katy completed the Tough Mudder 10 mile event and is a proud member of the “Finishers” group! For fun, Katy loves reading, photography and gardening and spending time with her family.