Ideas for the First Day of Summer – Weekend Projects 2020
This weekend, it’s time to usher in the new season of summer—and what a beginning it is. No matter what canceled plans you’re mourning or modified plans you’re looking forward to, you can appreciate, more than ever, how much it means to greet each new beginning with a thankful heart and to savor your days.
As you turn the corner between a spring that feels like it never happened (yet changed the world forever), the new season offers a welcome fresh start. You can mark this new beginning with a project that helps you celebrate the transition.
This Weekend: Celebrate the first day of summer.
There’s no wrong way to celebrate the first day of summer. You might mark the change in season with a decluttering or organizing project that sets you up to enjoy summer to the fullest. Or, your inaugural summer activity might look less like work and more like a party.
Either way, here is a list of possible activities—some are free, some are simple, some are both—to help you celebrate summer on its first day:
You can catch up with weekend projects right here. Share your progress with us and others by posting updates and photos on Instagram and Twitter with the hashtag #atweekendproject.
Remember: This is about improvement, not perfection. Each week you can either choose to work on the assignment we’ve sent you, or tackle another project you’ve been meaning to get to. It’s also completely okay to skip a weekend if you’re busy or not feeling the assignment.
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