Clearly, the biggest summer problem at this point is that summer is almost over. As per usual, I feel like this summer has flown by and even though it was full of fun things like seeing everyone in my immediate family and continuing to get settled in our house, I could easily fill a few more months will the tasks I intended to spend time on during summer break.
Because I could really get used to this:
But this post isn’t about that problem. It’s about actual “summer problems” (which, let’s be honest, are all first world problems…).
Too much beer? 5 Ways to Use Beer (Besides Drinking It) from The Kitchn. Do people actually have this problem? Maybe my parties just aren’t big enough. Also, bread bread is always the answer.
Bugs in your home? A Non-Toxic Way to Kill Ants from Apartment Therapy
If your problem is that you’re scared of sharks, Mashable has 6 Shark Myths Solved to Keep You Safe This Summer.
End of summer parties bring all kinds of problems too.
Forget to chill your beer? Food Republic has ideas about how long it’ll take to cool off and what to do if you’re out of time.
A lot of people have problems with the use of the word “barbecue” versus the word “cookout”. 42 Amateur Gourmet readers weighed in.
Attending someone else’s party but not sure what to bring? Chow shared a chart answering the question “what kind of picnic is this?”
BitRebels shared this video of Summer Life Hacks:
10 Summer Life Hacks That Will Make This Month More Fun [Video]