A typical summer day starts off with me waking up around 9:00AM to 10:00. I do not tend to sleep in past 10 usually unless I stayed up very late that night. Then, I go into the kitchen defrost an everything bagel and pop it into the toaster. I spread cream cheese onto my bagel and eat it for breakfast. After I have finished eating I always shower and brush my teeth. Next, I go on my phone and check my notifications I missed last night and this morning. My favourite apps are Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube. After I have gone through my notifications I like to plan out my day by simple tasks I need to complete that. For example, I would write down I have to clean my cats litter box or plan a YouTube video to film the next day so I know it will run smoothly.
Planning my day brings me to around noon. Then, fill up my Yeti tumbler with ice and water and go outside to read. I recently finished 2 books I really liked, the first one is Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng. I loved this book it is definitely in my top favourites. There is also a TV series about it I plan to watch. The second book I recently finished is Ayesha At Last by Uzma Jalaluddin, this was also a really good book. I spend a good 2 or sometimes 3 hours outside reading and then come back inside to have a snack. My favourite snack I like to have is either crackers and hummus or apples and peanut butter.
Around dinner time I like to help my mom prepare the ingredients or help her cook. We like to have a lot of hot dogs, hamburgers, and my favourite Greek pasta salad for summer nights. After dinner I like to relax a little bit by watching Netflix, I am currently watching Chilling Adventures of Sabrina which I highly recommend. After watching a little bit, I will do an arm workout to gain some more muscle because I want my arms to be stronger.
At around 10:30 I brush my teeth and pop in my clear retainers I am required to wear to bed so my teeth do not shift. Then, I either choose between reading a book or watching more Netflix. Lastly, around 12:00am I call it a night and go to bed.