How are you spending more time outside this summer? These months seem to fly by, and it’s important to make the most of warmer weather. From outdoor dining to taking in the fresh air, there’s a wide range of casual summer activities to add to your calendar, and we put together a list of simple ways you can get outside!
Take Your Dining Outside
If you’re not sure how to fit more time outdoors into your summer schedule, consider how you can hit two birds with one stone. Dining outside is a great way to enjoy some fresh air without disrupting your morning or afternoon schedule. There are many arguments that food actually tastes better when you take your dining outside and that flavors are best appreciated in fresh air. Make sure you support your favorite local spot, and consider trying a new summer dish like a Blue Fin Crab Cake or a Scottish Salmon!
Watch The Sunset
Did you know that taking a walk at sunset is actually good for your health? It helps you slow down, stay present in the moment, and spend a little more time away from technology. When you watch a sunset, you become more aware of your surroundings. This can lead to becoming more patient and present in your everyday life. While these qualities can bring many benefits to your day, it may even help improve your golf game!
Attend Outdoor Concerts
Outdoor concerts are a great way to get outside, and it’s something people of all ages can enjoy together. People often bond over shared experiences, and live music is the perfect way to create more connections with people in your life. Invite your family, friends, or your new neighbors to enjoy some live music from local artists in the area. Another benefit? You might even find that experiencing live music boosts your mood for the rest of the day. Check out the live music in New Tripoli, and be sure to mark your calendar for your favorite local acts!
Play a Round of Golf
We couldn’t end our list without including one of our favorite pastimes. Golf not only builds muscle and endurance, but it also increases your ability to stay calm and focused under pressure. Whether you are walking or taking a golf cart, there are many physical and emotional benefits to spending time on the course. Book a tee time this week, and soak up the rolling hills as you make your way through Olde Homestead.