Four Ways to Enjoy Sundays in the Summer

Hello, World.

Sunday is probably one of my favorite days of the week, especially during summer. During the academic year, Sunday usually means getting brunch with friends then holing up in Starbucks or Peets to work on homework for a majority of the day. During summer, though, Sundays hold so much possibility. It’s your last day to enjoy the weekend before the business of a normal week sets in, and Sundays always feel like a balance between the work of the week and the play of the weekend. When it’s summer, Sundays are fun because the weather is usually is completely awesome. It’s warm, and dark later, and fun! I always have little ways of spending my Sunday, though it usually includes some variation of coffee and reading at some point during the day. Since I’m at my family cabin, I will probably be spending my Sunday at the beach reading One Day by David Nicholls, and attempting to tan.
I thought I would share some ideas of how to spend your Sunday, since sometimes it’s hard to change your usual routine or think of something fun to do. First, it’s always fun to read a good book outside. This adds a little vitamin D to your usual reading routine, and it will force you to tan a little more while enjoying good reading material. Second, iced coffee, in my opinion, just tastes better in the sunshine. Summer is usually when I switch to iced coffee because in the fall and winter seasons I only ever drink hot drinks. Brunch with friends is always a great way to spend your Sunday. It’s a great way to catch up, chat about the upcoming week, and enjoy good food. Hiking is a great way to exercise, get in your daily dose of sunshine, and spend time exploring. Hiking is most friends with friends, so I usually ask one or two friends along if I plan to go on Sunday.

How do you spend your Sunday?

Callie leigh

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