Historically, summer isn't my favorite time of year. I'm averse to heat, I used to not like the beach, and New York's humidity is especially good at making me always look like a disheveled mess. After a really chaotic and stressful (but genuinely awesome, just, you know, exhausting), few months, I am determined on making this summer the best summer of my life. Part of that is the list of amazing travel I have coming up, my best friend's wedding, exciting projects I'm getting ready to unveil, but it's also a really, really concentrated and intentional effort to make the most of all the little bits of free time I have popping up in my schedule.
Best Summer Ever was definitely kicked off by my mini-trip to Summer Camp, but I've made a little cheat sheet for myself to stay focused on my goal to make this summer a memorable one. As far as general life accomplishments go, I'm feeling pretty good about things, but this is a gentle reminder to myself to celebrate all the good that's going on.
Photos by Lydia Hudgens