How To Prepare for Summer

Thursday, June 19, 2008

In order to have a productive and enjoyable summer, you must first prepare. What you need to do is plan vacations if you wish to take any, but if you plan to stay in your hometown, all you need to do is relax. Summer is the best time of the year, but still, if you plan to have fun, you just need to follow a few steps.

Buy the things you'll need like sun screen or season passes to a theme park. Buy cool clothes and accesories that are IN this season so you will look totally stylish. If you're on a tight budget then stay close to home.
You will feel very lazy during the summer, so don't wear a lot of makeup, but still, take care of yourself. Wear some waterproof mascara, full coverage foundation(be sure to take it off at night),add a small amount of blush to give you a shimmering glow, and don't forget lip gloss (you'll want your lip gloss that blends with your lips).
Sign yearbooks. All you need to say is, "I hope you have a good summer and I hope to see you next year!" Then sign your first and last name. If you don't want to say much to a person you don't like all you need to do is just sign your first name.
Buy a camera. It's good to make a photo album so you can visit memories whenever you want.
Get into some classes for the summer. Don't waste this season watching TV every day. Get into crafts classes, swimming classes or even dancing classes. Anything that can keep you from spending hours watchig TV.
Start working on your body. At a local gym you can play badminton, volleyball, frisbee, ping pong etc. Those are some favorites. If you aren't active much, a walk in the park will do you good. Maybe start eating healthier so you will feel your best when you wear that bikini.
Get a tan. Be careful, you don't want to end up looking like a carrot. Just buy a nice spray tan from a local drugstore, but never apply it with your hands.
Rent a beach house. There's nothing better than relaxing at the beach watching the ocean.
Work on your confidence. There's nothing better than someone walking with her head straight up feeling her best. Plus, guys will stop to check you out.
Make lots of plans ex. invite over friends, get a week to go on vacation, make plans with your boyfriend or husband

Plan out everything you will do each day.
If you live in a tourist city, then you have a big advantage to stay home and visit some hot vacation spots.
Don't watch TV all summer but go ahead and watch the early morning news for your weather.
Have fun, after all it's your summer. Live it like you want to.
If you can, invite a friend or two over everyday you want to stay in touch with them as the summer goes on if not call each other.

Do not get obsessed with losing weight.
Do not over-tan or you'll look disastrous.
Always wear sunscreen or you might get melanoma or worse.
Don't over party.
Do not spend too much money on new items. For all you know that nice outfit you saw earlier is marked down half-price somewhere else.
Don't ever tan without sunblock. Don't want to get skin cancer!


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