Happy First Day of Summer everyone! It’s officially here! Today marks the LONGEST day of the year and the beginning of the fun in the sun days. Graduations are over, school is out and it’s hot, hot, hot! Here in Charleston, we’ve been in the upper 80s  to high 90s since before Memorial Day in May, but these past 2 days have had heat indexes of about 107 – 110.

Usually I create a Summer schedule with each day having its own theme (check out last year’s Summer post here) but this year I’ve picked out 100 activities of my own creation/thoughts (there are SO many bucket lists on Pinterest).

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Happy First Day of Summer!!!

 

Have any plans yet? Any vacations, planned beach trips, mountain climbing or catching some rays and dipping in the pool? Don’t forget summer cookouts, family reunions, and a big July 4th. (Who doesn’t love a good fireworks show?!)

 

Or are you like me and have absolutely no idea?
Never fear, I have inspiration for you.

 

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To your health!

If you don’t have your health, you don’t have anything.

Take your medicine!

Don’t forget your vitamins!

Go natural/organic!

 

We hear and see so much regarding our health. Understandably so as health is important as we need to have healthy bodies to keep up with our lives. You go try running a marathon with the flu.

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When you hear about healthy goals, are you excited about the subject or like me, do you cringe and would rather hide? There’s all kinds of speculations, perceptions, inspiration and motivation, diet plans and so on about what is healthy and “guides” on how to achieve such. In this edition of Goals – Be Healthy, Wealthy and Wise (Part 2 of 9), we’re going to discuss the healthy part. If you’re looking for the newest diet plan fad or a step by step to achieve the body you want,

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Welcome back! Are you ready for more? In this part, I show you other places in Charleston well worth the visit along with more food and drink options.

 

 

Day 3 – Mount Pleasant

 

Welcome to day 3. Today we’re heading away from the downtown peninsula and driving over the Arthur Ravenel Bridge, replacing the 2 Cooper River Bridges and opened in 2005. 

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