If you’re an extrovert, summertime is the perfect season to get out, meet new people, and have some fun! During this time of year, there’s so much to do, it might be hard choosing an activity to enjoy with your friends, but not worry! Here are 10 summer activities for the extrovert any time this summer.
There’s no better time of year to enjoy the great outdoors, so why not plan a hike with your friends? With a hike, you can choose to spend an entire day exploring the natural environment and spending quality time with your favorite people.
Prepare by packing a backpack with must-have items like plenty of water, snacks, and extra layers of clothing. Even though the weather is hot, it can quickly cool down in the mountains, so you’ll want to bring light outer layers, like sweatshirts and hoodies for women.
Concerts happen all year, but the best shows are in the summer. So gather friends and find out if your favorite artists will be stopping through your city this summer. You can do this activity more than once, and it will be different every time, so make sure you see all the shows you can see before the season is over.
Plus, a concert is a good way to show off your relaxed summer style. Pair capri pants with colorful tunic tops. A casual t-shirt is another great way to stay casual while looking stylish. For a nighttime concert, wear a classic denim jacket over your dress!
Become the host with the most by throwing a backyard BBQ for your friends and family. Summer is the quintessential season for an outdoor celebration, so pick a date, invite the people you love, and start planning.
BBQs don’t just allow you to show off your cooking and hosting skills. It’s a time to play games like cornhole, horseshoes, or your favorite card game. You don’t have to get too dressed up with a BBQ. Just throw on your favorite pair of women’s shorts and comfy women’s tank tops. It’s the perfect outfit to relax and have a good time in all day long.
We all get to celebrate the 4th of July during summer, and there’s no better way to do that than with fireworks. There are probably plenty of events happening around your area, so take your pick and gather your friends and family for a night of captivating fireworks.
Be sure to pack a canvas tote bag with things like soft fleece blankets to sit on or wrap around you if you get chilly. And don’t forget to show your patriotism with a cute red, white, and blue summer outfit.
Want to sit, relax, and talk for hours? Why not cozy up with a blanket and good company around a bonfire? You can have a good-sized fire in certain areas if you’re camping, but it may also be something you can do in the comfort of your backyard with a fire pit.
With a bonfire, you can spend the night sharing stories with your friends, roasting marshmallows, and laughing the night away.
Beach trips are a great way to spend time with your friends and family and meet new people. You can spend the day lounging around in the sand or try boogie boarding and collecting seashells as a group. There’s also no better place to play volleyball, spike ball, and frisbee. You can make a whole day out of it while getting your fill of socializing. So grab your sunscreen, beach towels, and your favorite swimsuit for a day of sun and fun.
There’s nothing like a stress-free, fun vacation! Anticipation is half the fun here, so start planning one with your friends. Even if you decide to go solo or take a trip with your family, a short summer vacation is an excellent time to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, recharge, and meet new people.
You don’t have to go far to get away with your friends. Instead, spend a day at a local park for a group picnic. Everyone can bring their favorite snacks and quick lunches for the ultimate picnic when you go with friends and family. Once you’re done eating and hanging out, take some time to play some fun, active games like kickball.
One of the best parts of summer is taking a relaxing dip in a pool and lounging in the sun, but you don’t have to do it alone. Invite your friends to join you poolside for a day of fun and excitement. This summertime activity never gets old and always makes it easy to get social.
This is something your entire family can work on together, giving you, your partner, and your kids the chance to meet some new people in your community. Maybe your neighborhood already has a garden you can help with, but you can always start one if not. Either way, it’s a great way to get to know your neighbors, make new friends, and do some good.
These activities are perfect ways for extroverts to spend time with friends and family while making new friends. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your summer of fun now!