American Lifestyle Magazine July 2020
Now that July is here, the summer season is officially in full swing. The year has been full of ups and downs, giving you a lot of opportunities to be more creative with your time. This issue of American Lifestyle is full of ideas to help you make the most of the month ahead, with an upgraded family game night, farmhouse-style home makeover tips, a guide to making proper use of common household items, and two tasty summer recipes.
Family bonding has been the glue holding many households together this year, but if you’ve played enough Monopoly to last a lifetime, you’re not alone. These ideas for energizing your game night, plus tips for a backyard movie night under the stars, are here to save the day!
And if changing up the look and feel of your home has been on your to-do list, now is the perfect time to do it. Farmhouse style has grown increasingly popular in the last few years, and it’s an incredibly easy look to achieve, as this guide shows.
There are so many things we’ve gotten used to doing a certain way, we don’t think twice about them. But maybe we should! Try these household hacks to make the most of common items and tasks.
Lastly, if you’ve been craving a fresh summery meal, you’re in luck. A taco salad topped with fresh fish and a healthy kombucha ice cream float will transport you straight to a restaurant by the sea—even if you’re enjoying them from your backyard.
Summer was made for enjoying life’s simple moments—here’s hoping your month is full of them. As always, it’s a pleasure to send you this magazine.
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