Tomorrow is the last day of school and this is the last TMT of the year!
It’s been a crazy year and we all know we are sooooo ready for summer. This edition is packed with gems to help you get the most out of the summer months.
First and foremost, Father’s day is in a couple of weeks. We have a great gift-giving guide to help you find the perfect present for the father figures in your life and keep you covered for all your summer gift giving needs. GIFT GUIDE: Best Gifts For Mom, Dad, Kids & More
Our state has a lot of draw for people from away, and while this tourism season will undoubtedly be more active than last summer, there’s a good chance it may not be as packed as prior years. What better time to see your home state like a tourist. These Are The 30 Best & Fun Things To Do In Maine. There may even be a few things on this list that you weren’t aware of.
Want to try your hand at something new this summer? NPR’s Life Kit has a fantastic podcast on how to find a hobby.
Sometimes the simple pleasures of summer are the best, especially when experienced with friends and family. We love this list of 100 Fun Summer Ideas for Kids and Parents.
One of our favorite things about summer is how easy it is to move daily workouts out of the gym and into the beauty that Maine has to offer. From frisbee to kayaking, Web MD shares their favorite summer workouts.
Of course, when it’s as hot as it has been lately, the best idea is to curl up in the shade with a good book. Looking for your next read? We have the whole family covered.
Reading is definitely one of the best ways to keep young brains learning while school is out. Want other fun ways to keep the kids engaged in learning over the summer? These free handouts from education.com are great!
On behalf of the entire RSU 18 Lifestyles Team, have a fantastic summer!