Take a Drive
Roll the windows down and drop the top (if you have a convertible) and enjoy a ride on the backroads. The fresh air, open land, and interesting small, cozy towns could make for a fantastic trip that you’ll want to experience again and again. Taking a drive under the summer sun is no longer expensive thanks to more efficient engines!
Visit a Farmers Market
There are few places that offer fresher produce than what can be found at a local farmers market. From corn to potatoes and more, a farmers market is a one-stop shop for many health-conscious individuals. You’ll have to get up a little earlier, but enjoying the crisp summer morning air and affordable prices are well worth it!
Sleep in a Hammock
Napping under the summer sun in a hammock is a great way to pass the time. While many sleepy summer enthusiasts will place the hammock under a tree or in another shady area to avoid sunburn, the more adventurous will set up camp on a porch or in the middle of a yard. Make sure to apply sunscreen if you fall under the latter category!