Chronicles of a Young Wife: Last Summer Hurrah: Enjoy the Final Days of Summer with Nestea in a Bottle

With just a blink of an eye, the season is changing from sunny to rainy and our swimsuits and flip-flops are replaced with raincoats and boots. And while it’s never easy to say goodbye to summer, there are ways to make the most out of its remaining days.

Go to a concert. Summer nights are best spent listening to your favorite artists live with your favorite people. The last days of the summer are usually filled with artists, both local and international, celebrating the summer that was in anticipation of a new season. So let loose, enjoy the music, and make fun memories you wouldn’t easily forget.

Enjoy the outdoors as much as you can. Rainy days are coming, so ignore the lure of your bed and bask in the sunshine as much as you can. Go on a road trip to the nearest beach with your friends or family, get a tan and enjoy the heat of the sun while you still can. If you’re not much of a beach person, you can also take advantage of the weather by going bike-riding or trying your luck at hiking or camping. There are now many camping sites to try in the country.

Take the plunge and do that one thing you’ve always wanted to do. Summer is the season of liberation – most especially from our fears. So if there’s something that you have promised yourself you’d do but never got around to doing, now’s the time to take the plunge. If you’ve always wanted to climb a mountain like Mt. Pulag for example, then it’s time for you to it. Summer only comes once a year so might as well enjoy it by doing something you’ve never done before.

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Giving you the confidence to take the plunge is Nestea in a Bottle. With three exciting flavors – Lemon, Lemon Ice, and Apple – Nestea in a Bottle is the perfect companion as people take the plunge and make the most out of life. With Nestea in a Bottle in your hand, the end of your summer is just about to get better.

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