SoCIAL LITE & Sharp
Canadian summers are short but sweet. Even on a regular year, the season comes and goes almost before you’ve figured out all the nuances of your new grill. This year, we’re living through one of the most unusual summers ever. But that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy every minute of it. In fact, there’s never been a better opportunity to tackle summer on your own terms and make every minute count. Whether that means hanging with friends (in a responsible, socially distant way), getting out of the city, or just enjoying a SoCIAL LITE – Canada’s original vodka soda- on your front porch, we’ve come up with a few surefire ways to make the most of the season. The sun is shining and the days are long. It’s time to get out there and be your boldest.
Make New Friends
After months of being cooped up inside, you may feel like your social life has taken a hit. Guess what? Everyone’s in the same boat. This summer is the perfect opportunity to expand your circle (from a safe distance, of course). Be the boldest guy on the block by camping out on the front porch, and reaching out to those cool neighbours you’ve been meaning to chat up since they moved in. Cool a case of SoCIAL LITE’s new Bold Orange Vodka Soda (it’s packed with 6% ABV, a splash of juice and only 130 calories), get some tunes going, and you’ve got yourself a party. And don’t forget to invite a few of your old friends into the mix, too.
Get On the Road
There won’t be any grand European tour this year, but that’s OK. Canada is a big and preposterously beautiful country, and this year it’s all ours. Get in the car — or even rent an RV — and start cruising. There are plenty of incredible roads to travel, from the east coast’s Cabot Trail to the West Coast’s Sea-to-Sky Highway. Or work your way across the country, camping in its majestic national parks. And when you’re done your driving for the day, reward yourself with a crisp SoCIAL LITE, a Canadian-made ready-to-drink vodka soda, made with premium vodka. Most flavours are made with zero sugar, zero carbs and are only 80 calories, so you’ll wake up the next morning feeling ready to hit the road again.
Break a Big Sweat
There has arguably never been a better time to get in shape. While you might’ve spent the first few months of isolation baking sourdough, now’s the time to turn your attention to your abs. We suggest a cross-training regimen of running, bodyweight training, and some yoga mixed in for good measure. And when you’re beach body is ready — get yourself to a beach!
Grow Out Your Hair
One nice thing about working from home? There’s really no need to shave. Take this opportunity to experiment with your look — grow your beard, grow your hair, heck you can even try a ponytail (only maybe don’t). No doubt there’s a look you’ve been eager to try out. This is the summer to do it.
Upgrade Your Library
The boldest choice you can make is to feed your mind. You’ve got a stack of books growing on your nightstand and now’s the perfect opportunity to work your way through them. Try reading a genre you don’t usually get into, or diving deep into an author you love. And of course, we recommend finding a comfortable place to do it — maybe a hammock or a lakeside cottage — and an ice-cold beverage by your side.
Try Something New
Having your boldest summer ever doesn’t have to be a social activity. What have you always wanted to do that you just never got around to? Now is the time. Try learning a new language. Or experiment with a new cookbook. Or go windsurfing. Whatever your passion, get out there and follow it. There’s a vodka soda in it for you when you get back.