Kickstart your social life with over 350 fun-filled activities designed to help you make new friends, bond with your family, and make the most out of every day.
What do you want to do today? That’s easy—simply gather some friends and pick out your next adventure from The Live Life Now List.
If you’re struggling to figure out your weekend plans, trying to avoid the same-old activities you and your friends do every night, or simply can’t stand to spend another night on the couch, this book has you covered. From planning the perfect themed dinner party to checking out the latest nightlife hotspots, simply pick-and-choose from over 350 fun and unique activities that are sure to kickstart your social plans. Try activities like: -Living like a tourist in your own city by visiting an unexplored neighborhood -Reconnecting with old friends through double dating -Visiting your childhood competitive game of laser tag with your siblings -And many more!
Whether you’re looking to meet new friends, bond with old ones, or spend more time with your family, you’ll soon be able to keep your social calendar packed with fun and exciting activities everyone can enjoy.
Austa Somvichian-Clausen is a journalist living in New York City. Her work has appeared in publications such as Thrillist, InsideHook, The Hill, Apartment Therapy, National Geographic, Women’s Health Magazine, and more. A dual citizen and proud member of the AAPI and LGBTQ+ communities, Austa is a dynamic freelancer with a deep love of travel, culture, and the environment.
“If you’re looking for ways to reconnect with distant loved ones, searching for something new to do with those friends you see every weekend, looking to start a new friendship, or even just sick of asking ‘well, what do you want to do?’, The Live Life Now List is the book you need! Although there’s journaling space to build out your own personal bucket list, the best parts of this book are the unique suggestions you might never have tried, like planning a community-based culinary tour, hosting a closet swap, or setting up a silly family photo shoot to recreate childhood pictures.”