That’s right, Labor Day is not the end of summer, well officially that is. Many of us are used to thinking of Labor Day as the end of summer, because the weather can change and many summery things close down. When I lived in New York City it certainly started feeling like fall shortly after Labor Day, so I started to think of it as the end of the summer season. That is not the case in Los Angeles where it can often be hotter in September then it is in August, weird right?? Today’s high in Los Angeles is supposed to be 81° degrees and it’s supposed to be 82° New York City. So if it looks like summer, feels like summer and acts like summer then it’s still summer… SO let’s celebrate summer!
Summer has always been my favorite season, this goes back to my school days. I never liked school that much (what kid does?) so I was always excited when I was out of school and always a little bummed when I had to go back. Even if you live in a colder climate than Los Angeles, I have some tips to make sure that you celebrate every last drop of summer and good weather while it lasts.… Read Full Post