It’s only a few months until the summer comes and it’s time to go on that much-needed breakaway. (Thank goodness!) But rather than counting down the days, praying that it’ll go quicker – you may as well spend your time getting things ready. This means planning appropriately so that you are all set to go when the day comes.
This summer is proving to be a beautiful one so far. Heatwaves up and down Europe and America are proving to give citizens of the world a universally beautiful, yet sweltering summer. It’s important that you take this time to spend as much time as possible outside. Not only will the vitamin D invigorate and refresh your immune system, but you’ll be able to party like partying was going out of fashion, and wear your summer wardrobe without any fear of the weather taking a turn for the worse.
We’ve all been there, that moment of panic, after months of covering up, realising that the summer months are approaching and it’s time to start peeling off those layers. We naturally eat more over the colder months as our bodies go into a sort of hibernation mode, so by the time the summer hits, we are never usually feeling particularly prepared for the flesh revealing weather that this seaon brings with it and with that we can feel a little demotivated to do anything about it. So here are our top tips for getting motivated to work off that extra winter weight and have you confidently strutting around in your favourite summer outfit in no time at all.
Every good man needs a good hobby for his spare time? What makes a good hobby? Something that is productive, fun (for you) and something that is a good waste of your time. Anything that can help build you into a better person while making good use of your spare time – basically. We all need good hobbies because we don’t all have amazing jobs, so we need something to do in our spare time that is of some kind of use to us. If we gain insight, skills or just have fun performing the hobby of choice, it should be worth its while.
We all feel a sense of pride the first time we light up a barbecue. Maybe it’s because we’ve finally attained the level of “real man,” and everything we did up to that point was small fry! But when you tucked into that first burger, was it just too burnt? And although you lit that fire, have your cooking skills not passed the taste test just yet? It’s a rite of passage that we all go through, and if you’re like me, you can easily get “burgered out” in the summer months. So I thought it’s worth putting up some barbecue ideas with a twist! Check these out…