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For some reason, everybody has a little more time for fun in the summer. Obviously the days are longer… but usually the fun lasts longer too! Below are some fun things I’ve done this summer outside!
SUP in Sag Harbor Cove, New York
SUP (stand-up paddle boarding) for 3 but more like… 2 paddle boards tied together with drawstring from a wet bag because one was missing a fin & didn’t move well… so whoever got the back board chilled while the 2 on the front board had to work. By work I mean take selfies.
Kayaking in the Peconic River – Riverhead, New York
Little afternoon kayak through the Peconic River. You can definitely pack a lunch & some bev’s! You have to buddy system though because there really isn’t room for a cooler. 🙂 Gives your abs, back and shoulders a nice little workout!
Shorefront Park, Patchogue, New York
Great South Bay Music Festival was held at Shorefront Park in Patchogue, NY on July 16-19, 2015. It’s a 4 day music festival that’s beginning to draw bigger and better names every year! This year I attended on Thursday night and saw Colbie Caillat, Christina Perri (not to be confused with Katy), and Rachel Platten of “Fight Song.” 311 was also a popular name to play this festival. Great way to spend the evening outside by the water.
Sagg Main Beach, Sagaponack, New York
Let’s be honest, activity is nice – but relaxing on the beach is much nicer! Add wine and you’re done. Workout is biceps (lifting your wine glass to your face & repeat).
Summer is halfway over – sorry to say – Sooooooo get outside and enjoy the rest of it! Xx
How many of you can say that you honestly relax? OK, scratch that – how many of you with responsibilities and/or full time job’s can say that you honestly relax?
it’s difficult to do nothing, man!
i find it extremely difficult to disconnect from this insane world of work emails, text messages, Twitter, Instagram, personal emails, phone calls, etc. I’m constantly checking and double checking and crossing t’s and dotting i’s. I’ll go as far as saying that e-mail is one of the worst things that’s ever happened to humanity. It has turned many, including myself into a manic, robotic, psychopath. More psycho than I’ve ever been – just specifically and perfectly in tune with exactly what I hate.
Email is far too professional, not fun, way too proper. not my style.
Disconnecting for awhile can be extremely healthy. But I’ll also say that it’s only healthy during that very short time of the faux disconnect. Because afterwards, coming back to the reality of everyday life and catching up on work that you may have missed can take forever.
It makes life at work so much more difficult when you come back from a relaxing vacation. The feeling of being behind on so many levels sucks. It almost makes the disconnect not worth it. Currently feeling like I need to re-learn what the F is going on in order to incorporate myself back into the reality of work-life again. woof, not fun.
de-stress, de-connect, de-compress. LEARN THESE CHARACTERISTICS. do what you can on every level to not lose them.
a glimpse of my detached moment while in Aruba.
2 minutes later, connects to Wifi, checks email. </3