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Published on: 28 May 2010 by angelface1997
1. Get paddle-happy.<!-- google_ad_section_end (name="s1)" --><!-- // no sitetune --><!-- google_ad_section_start (name="s2" weight=".3)" -->
Tone your upper back and shoulders with kayaking, one sport that's doable on just about any kind of water - except maybe your bathtub. You're a novice? Take a class (you'll learn more in a day than you would on your own all summer) or loin a paddling club. Go to canoekayak.com for one in your area.
2. Make your own frozen treats.
Turn blueberries' powerful antioxidants into a nutritious, lowfat snack: Blend 3 cups fresh blueberries until smooth, add 11/2 cups orange juice (or cranberry, papaya or guava juice) and 2 cups plain lowfat yogurt, then pour into bar molds. Add sticks and freeze 4 hours or overnight.
3. Grill some summer fruits.<!--innermod-->
For a delicious, lowfat dessert, try grilling your favorite summer fruits. Use chunks of ripe pineapple, halves of slightly under-ripe apricots or freestone peaches. Brush with unsweetened apple juice concentrate, place on grill screen and turn every 10 minutes until lightly browned and tender.
4. Block that sunburn.
When sunscreen isn't enough, protect yourself from summer glare with a Cool Shirt from Cloudveil. 5. Gather friends for the summer solstice.
The longest day of the year, the summer solstice, falls this year on Friday, June 21. Europeans call it "midsummer" because it corresponds with the halfway point in the growing season. To celebrate, host a special TGIF/solstice evening picnic or your own Midsummer Night's Dream costume party.