100 Things of Summer: An Introduction

I didn’t want this to be just another summer. It is, after all, my last summer holiday before college. Netflix is great and waking up at one in the afternoon is great, but it’s not what I want to remember about the next few months. I want every minute possible to mean something and I want to look back and think wow, let’s do it again. Therefore, over the next ten weeks, I aspire to do 100 things that I’ve either never done or involve me stepping out of my comfort zone (which won’t be that hard because it’s pretty small). Each week I will attempt ten new tasks and I want others to do them with me.

I encourage everyone and anyone to join in my adventures and complete activities.You’ll notice that some of the challenges are extremely vague so feel free to get creative. Record your experiences using pictures, videos, or just about any method you can think of. I’ll be blogging about my experiences here, on my Facebook page and on my twitter account (@go_seek_find). I’ll be posting a new list weekly and sharing some of my favorite things that other people have done the previous week so make sure to use #100thingsofsummer and the hashtag for each activity (ex: #thingnumberone).

Don’t worry about doing anything in order (I probably won’t) and remember to have fun! Do some of these things with friends or a significant other! If you have any suggestions for things to do (preferably things that would be easy for people to do regardless of age or size of bank account) send them my way!

My goal is simple: More people doing more things and making more meaningful memories.

Dear people of Earth: GO, SEEK, and FIND!

Week 1



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