How to be a hot girl

What are some thing you love to do, but you’re sacrificing for one reason or another? What fills your cup?

I want you to prioritize at least one of those things. If you love running, dancing, reading, painting, writing, time with your friends, cooking, bingeing Netflix, being outdoors, meditating, yoga, drinking coffee or tea in silence, going to the farmer’s market… WHATEVER you know you love and miss.

Make. It. Happen. No excuses.

It’s easy to feel like we don’t have time for ourselves, or that something else is more important. But doing what you love is key to being you! And this summer, YOU are a priority.

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3. Go after your goals

We all have a goal that sits in the back of our mind, because we let fear keep it there.

Bring it to the front of your mind, and think about what’s holding you back. It doesn’t matter how big or small the goal is. It could be going after a new career or it could be organizing your closet. It doesn’t matter! Going after a goal is a service to ourselves. It helps us grow and learn and usually – discover new goals.

SO I’ll say it again – what is holding you back?

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4. Try something new

NOW is the time to try something new! “Stuck” was a pretty common feeling in 2020, so let’s get out of our comfort zones a little bit this year, shall we?!

It can be as big as learning a new skill or traveling something new. Or, it can be as small as trying out a new grocery store (honestly this is super exciting to me). No matter what you decide to do, change is REFRESHING even if it’s a little uncomfortable at first. There’s no way to know for sure if you’re going to love something unless you try, right?!

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5. Be a little selfish

Are you seeing a trend here? Having a Hot Girl Summer is all about YOU!

Being “selfish” gets a bad rap. But I think being a litttttle selfish is just necessary. In order to love yourself and give yourself permission to let your true self shine, you have to do you.

Of course this doesn’t mean only think about yourself all the time. I’m saying find some balance! Stop worrying about what everyone else wants for dinner 100% of the time. What do YOU want?

So many of us want to please everyone 100% of the time. It’s me. I’m everyone. But I had to learn at some point that pleasing everyone is impossible, and I couldn’t put all of my energy into something that I can’t control.

So do your best, be kind, take care of yourself, and as Megan says – Be unapologetically you!

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6. Talk to yourself

No one knows you quite like YOU! You know your strengths, your fears, and the work you put in that others might not see.

But even though you know, doesn’t mean that you give yourself credit. Does that make sense?! We know how amazing we are, yet we’re also our own worst critic. And we need to stop it.

Positive self-talk feels a little awkward at first. It can be straight-up uncomfortable. But it’s necessary! And really, you think to yourself all day long. And if you struggle with confidence, you’re ALREADY talking to yourself – in a negative way.

So change the narrative! If it feels too weird to literally talk out loud to yourself, try meditating or journaling. Whatever you do, keep it positive. Brag on yourself and don’t hold back. It takes repetition and practice to become comfortable with this. But every time you do it, you’re building confidence.

How to be a hot girl

7. Let go of comparison

I’m always reminding you that “comparison is the thief of joy.”

And it’s sooooo true. Nothing makes you doubt yourself more than constant comparison to others. And with social media, we are surrounded by seemingly “perfect” people and scenarios to compare ourselves to.

So here’s your Hot Girl Summer homework:

Check your surroundings. Start with the social media accounts you follow.

Who brings you joy and inspires you? – keep following.

Who makes you feel like you’re not good enough? Makes you doubt yourself? – Unfollow.

Social media really is just a pretty picture most of the time. We have no time to be following anyone who isn’t transparent and authentic. We need to surround ourselves with people who lift us up and inspire us.

Next, think about your social circle.

Are you addicted to comparing yourself to your friends and loved ones? Do you feel like everyone else has it together and you’re just struggling to tread water? It’s time to change your mindset!

It’s not always easy, but you have to CHOOSE to see what you’re capable of and what you’ve accomplished already. If you’re always trying to find where the grass may be greener, you’ll never feel satisfied!

Of course, it’s always good to have the drive to grow, improve, and do more. For me, that feeling never stops. But at some point, I had to change my mindset to do those things for me, and not to keep up with what everyone else was doing. THAT is the difference that will bring out your Hot Girl.

So there you have it – your treasure map to the Hot Girl Summer you deserve.

If you really wanna get the ball rolling with me, get started with the #HotGirlSummerSculpt! Download your guide and join me HERE!

And how to navigate the new normal in a safe, dignified and CDC-approved way

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Summer 2021: it could get steamy. Photograph: Cristobal Herrera-Ulashkevich/EPA

Summer 2021: it could get steamy. Photograph: Cristobal Herrera-Ulashkevich/EPA

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“S o. Much. Sex.” After nearly a year of being holed up inside due to Covid-19, this is what Margaret, a 23-year-old living in New York, will be doing when she’s fully vaccinated this summer. She wants to find a stranger and drive off into the sunset; to have a casual fling and then do it all over again a week later.

Before the pandemic, Margaret, a writer, used to go to bars to meet dating prospects. “I had my pickup lines so down, and would go home with someone every other week,” she says. When the pandemic began, all that stopped. She moved back in with her parents in Michigan in March last year, and of course, touching, kissing, even standing within six feet of strangers became off limits.

But two weeks ago she received her second vaccine , just like 86.2 million Americans so far – and after a year of bad news, restraint and boredom, Margaret is one of many ready for safe, consensual, CDC-approved sex.

What is the ‘hot vax summer’?

For folks who were dating before the pandemic, Covid presented a new reality. “Whether we were single, dating, committed, monogamous, ethically non-monogamous – doesn’t matter – our relationships were affected it,” says Rachel Wright, a relationship, sex and mental health therapist. “We couldn’t meet new people as easily, and even if we happened to meet them, we couldn’t have touched without a test and quarantining.”

After a year without much human touch – plus the feeling that it might be the last summer we have with an excuse to completely let loose – it’s no wonder people are craving unadulterated fun. Enter the hot vax summer.

The concept surfaced at the end of March, after Joe Biden made the commitment to having all Americans vaccinated by the Fourth of July. Coined by Insider Magazine a few weeks later, hot vax summer, much like the original phrase “hot girl summer”, encapsulated feeling confident in yourself and having fun. But with a a twist: in such a short time, people had already developed a nostalgia for some of the worst, messiest parts of going out.

The phrase became part of the online vernacular that summed up excitement for everything from the mundane to the ridiculous, post-vaccination, including alcoholic popsicles, making bad decisions, and screaming along to Taylor Swift. People were looking forward to “having a ho phase”, again, planning their hot vax summer outfits, and booking so many holiday rentals for the Fourth of July weekend that Airbnb had to put new limitations in place.

This summer has been put on a pedestal but going back to ‘normal’ isn’t the goal

“Hot vax summer will be the collective rediscovery of the joys of human interaction and touch,” says Prishita Maheshwari-Aplin, a trustee at Voices4 London and the politics editor at Bricks magazine. “It’ll be the release of internalized anxieties, stress and frustration.”

For Dan, a clinical social worker based in London, hot vax summer means going back to carefree sexual encounters. Being in an open relationship, Dan is looking forward to dancing in a sweaty, dingy east London gay bar, kissing someone – anyone – before devouring a McDonald’s on the way home. He wants to let himself be happy, without bounds, pressure or judgment.

Even so, we should manage our expectations for this summer wisely and be gentle with ourselves as we ease back into society. “This summer has been put on a pedestal because we all needed to get through the winter. But we also can’t forget that accepting going back to ‘normal’ isn’t the goal. Building something new and better is,” says Wright.

New dating expectations

Based on her work, Wright expects people to have a lot of casual sex, and thinks there will be a lot of relationships being redefined. Her single or non-monogamous clients are slowly starting to be able to meet new people again and, she says, it’s a “wild emotional experience” for a lot of them.

“Folks are already starting to get back on [dating] apps stating that they’re half-vaxxed, with the date they’ll be fully vaccinated,” she says. “On one hand, this helps us to have easier STI conversations, and on the other, the perceived safety of the vaccine may encourage people to forget to have that conversation, because we’re out of practice,” she says.

When it comes to bringing up the topic, Wright recommends saying something like: “I’ve been vaccinated, and it’s important to me that anyone I’m going to be intimate with is too. What’s your vaccination status?”

Be open, honest and courageous – and ask them,” the therapist says. “Personally, I wouldn’t meet someone in person if I didn’t know they were fully vaccinated. I’d recommend asking them questions about their experience of Covid; in listening to their response, you’ll hear what precautions they took and how seriously they take their health and the health of those around them.”

Light on the horizon

Margaret is excited about the warmth of summer, seeing people out, being dressed in next to nothing, and going out again. “I want to drink and get sunburned at the beach, to be surrounded by my friends. Even just getting looked at twice on the street has me preening,” she says.

Alexa Mendez, a client management coordinator at Christie’s in Miami, is looking forward to proper dates, hopefully with people being more direct and honest than before, and hopes that Covid-19 will give women a new language to say no without feeling guilty.

For Maheshwari-Aplin, who uses they/them pronouns, it’s the little things that count. They want to enjoy youth and partying without scolding, and “hazy, lazy days on the grass, surrounded by friends.” They even miss the worst parts of going out: like drinking too much and running through the rain to stand in queues. “Sharing whispered secrets with friends of friends I might never meet again, bubbling, overlapping conversations, eyes flitting around the room,” they say.

But before you get started on joyfully planning your summer plans, make sure to keep health guidelines in mind. According to the CDC, Covid-19 vaccines are effective at protecting you from getting sick and, based on what we know so far, people who have been fully vaccinated can ease back into normal daily activities.

But people who are dating should continue taking precautions – like wearing a mask, and avoiding crowds and poorly ventilated spaces – until we know more. While the vaccination will keep the person who received it safe, we still do not know whether that person can continue to pass on the virus.

If you want better sex, it’s time to learn some new bedroom tricks.

How to be a hot girl

How to be a hot girl

Hey, it’s okay to ask. We should all be doing whatever it takes to get more pleasure for ourselves and our partner (or partners) during sex. No one has the time these days to waste, so we’ll make it easy for you. Want to know how to last longer in bed? We’ve got easy advice on how to tack on minutes. Looking to add some new moves to your routine? Try reverse cowgirl, rimming, or even tantric sex on for size. In this collection of the best sex positions and advice, you’ll find tips and tricks, ideas, and expert intel on pulling off better sex moves. Take notes and study hard; your new and improved sex life begins now.

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1. Reverse Cowgirl Position

It’s very stimulating for her. Here’s how to do it.

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2. Rimming

There’s quite a concentration of nerves back there, so give anilingus a shot.

3. Sexting

How to correctly use the horniest emoji: flag up mailbox.

4. Dick Pics

There are two types of dick pics every guy should be able to take.

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5. Open Relationships

A beginner’s guide to being non-monogamous without being a jerk.

6. Sex Apps

Everything to know about sex and dating apps before jumping in bed with a stranger.

7. Kissing

There are four ways to do it well. Because you can’t skip this step.

8. DIY Sex Toys

Your house is full of things just waiting to become sex toys.

9. Sex Games

These are a whole lot sexier than “Truth or Dare.”

10. Condom Sizes

A brief guide to choosing the right one. Grab a toilet paper roll.

11. Dirty Talk

It’s not just what you say, it’s how (and when) you say it.

12. Lasting Longer

A four-step guide to maintaining control during sex.

13. Breathing for Better Sex

Get over nerves and fear so you can both enjoy the experience even more.

14. A Workout Plan for Better Sex

If you feel strong and flexible, it will show in the bedroom.

15. Sex Toys for Men

Enhance your pleasure with these devices, for yourself, or for you and your partner.

16. What Women Want

Remember these eleven things that she expects from you.

17. Average Sex Time

It’s not as long as you’d think, according to science.

18. Tantric Sex

You could have four or five orgasms. She could have twelve.

19. Tea Bagging

Tea bagging is a sexual kink, and a darn good one at that.

20. Shower Sex

How to have it without slipping and fumbling all over the place.

21. Oral Sex

Tips for giving and receiving it correctly.

22. Foreplay

Keep things interesting by spicing up your pre-sex practices.

23. G-Spot Stimulation

How to find her G-spot, and her cul-de-sac.

24. Couples Porn

You and your partner should be watching porn together. It doesn’t have to be weird.

25. Best and Worst Kinds of Sex

From breakup sex to mile high sex, here’s the rundown on all the ways to do it.

26. Healthy Sex

In case you needed more convincing, there are nine reasons having sex is good for you.

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This article was co-authored by Jordan Stolch. Jordan Stolch is an Image Strategist, Style Advisor, and the Founder of MiKADO – a concierge personal styling firm. With over a decade of experience, Jordan specializes in helping people eliminate the confusion and insecurities associated with how to dress in order to build a powerful image and use clothing to their strategic advantage. Jordan trains entrepreneurs, business leaders, and corporate executives in the foundations of “power dressing”, from some of the country’s preeminent companies such as Morgan Stanley, Deloitte, Berkshire Hathaway, Universal Music Group, Starbucks, and Disney. She works with clients both in-person and virtually, teaching them how to take the confusion out of style so they can operate at a higher level. Jordan earned her BA in Psychology from the University of Waterloo and studied Merchandise Marketing at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIDM).

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How to be a hot girl

Maia Niguel Hoskin, Ph.D.

May 13 · 4 min read

How to be a hot girl

When Meg Thee Stallion’s “Hot Girl Summer” went viral in early summer 2019, women from all walks of l ife quickly jumped on the bandwagon. Then, COVID hit, and summer 2020 was officially canceled and consisted mainly of online DJ parties, what we now know as Versuz, and way too many social media dance challenges. But now, as the world has begun to reopen and it appears that summer 2021 is scheduled to be on and popping, handfuls of women are gearing up for a hot girl summer 2020 redo, and I’m even a little curious myself. But there’s just one problem. I don’t know how to have a hot girl summer, and I have a lot of questions. For example, are hot girl summers reserved only for women 30 and younger? Do golden girls like myself, who are 35 and up, need to sit this one out? And if more mature women are invited to twerk a little something, what if you’re somewhat of a prude by nature? This then leads to my biggest question — what about COVID?

Because I would embarrass myself trying to twerk, when I hear certain City Girl songs and the sun happens to reflect off my sunglasses just right, I can’t help but feel a strong body roll takeover. When this happens, I want to throw caution to the wind and get a new pair of teeth, buy a Birkin bag, and tell random people who agitate me, “act up you can get snatched up.” But then, I instantly come to my senses and tell myself to sit down somewhere. The truth is there are two challenges standing between myself and having a hot girl summer — my inherently modest demeanor and not feeling comfortable sharing recycled oxygen with strangers in tight spaces. Although the country has made strides in the fight against COVID, let’s face it, the virus is still very much real, and I am not willing to take any chances to kick it.

Embracing what I am comfortable with has been instrumental in me being a little more relaxed.

While engaging in my last nightly Instagram scroll before bed, it dawned upon me that a hot girl summer does not have to entail the installation of porcelain white chiclet veneers and spandex bodycon midi dresses unless I want it to. While I am far from boring, I’m not the type to leave the house in scantily clad clothing, and by and large, I am content with my current set of teeth — and that’s okay. There’s something out here for everyone.

But then there’s my apprehension about COVID that has improved immensely, but I still sometimes struggle with, and for a good reason. I constantly remind myself that although our new normal is drastically different from the world we lived in less than two years ago, it’s possible still to have my version of a hot girl summer safely. In February, I went to Tulum for a friend’s birthday and had an amazing experience. Not only was I able to get some much-needed rest and relaxation from my role as a wife and mother, but I also enjoyed five-star cuisine and luxurious amenities and accommodations. When I returned from my trip, I promised myself that I would no longer continue putting life on hold. While I will remain cautious about the virus, I have been intentional in upholding my commitment to live life freely without consistently placing contingencies on engaging in activities that bring me joy, which has been challenging but necessary.

Having a hot girl summer is about having permission to feel good in my own skin and enjoy myself while doing so.

Most restaurants and businesses have been vigilant about adhering to social distancing and COVID safety guidelines from what I have observed. Awareness has been vital in feeling more at ease when going out to dinner or when grabbing a quick drink with a girlfriend. Before going out, I make sure to research my destination to confirm that they comply with current CDC safety guidelines. I also have found that having girl’s nights at each other’s homes can be just as fun as going out for a night on the town. Traveling has even been made incredibly safe and relatively painless post-pandemic.

Simply put, having a hot girl summer is about having permission to feel good in my own skin and enjoy myself while doing so. Beyond that, it can mean different things for different women. So, maybe my hot girl summer will include not working as much, traveling more, and taking more time to engage in self-care. While I might not be at Liv in Miami popping bottles with Diddy every weekend this summer, I still want to go out periodically to enjoy scenic rooftop parties and canoodle in swanky lounges and restaurants for decadent meals and an occasional glass of wine. Coincidently, accepting who I am and embracing what I am comfortable with has been instrumental in me being a little more relaxed. I realize I have nothing to prove to anyone.

Hotties are on board with the message.

Published July 17, 2019

Written by Danielle Ransom

After dropping her debut studio album, Fever, in May, Hot Girl Meg, a.k.a. Head Hottie, a.k.a. Megan Thee Stallion, henceforth declared that all the Hotties had free reign to turn this summer into a Hot Girl Summer, men included. Hot Girl Summer has quickly became the hottest catchphrase of the summer all over social media. It’s a Hot Girl Summer without you even knowing it’s a Hot Girl Summer.

But Hot Girl Summer has since turned into the battle of the sexes of the summer after boiling over into an all-out war between the Hot Girl delegation and an opposing faction that has dubbed themselves the City Boys.

On top of that, doubters and nonbelievers tried to declare hot girl summer officially over after Meg confirmed she was dating music producer Moneybagg Yo. As such, there has been a lot of confusion as to what a “Hot Girl” is. Ayesha Curry recently tried to explain what a “Hot Girl” is in an interview with ABC7 News, confusing it with a song performed by the City Girls.

“There’s this song out right now by a girl group called City Girls, and I guess they want the nation and all the women, and men, to embrace that way of being. I guess it’s just being your best self in your own skin and living your best life, but in the summer?” she offered.

We’ll just let Megan, who should really be the only one speaking on this, explain it in her own words. The 24-year-old hopped on Twitter Monday (July 17) to elaborate on the definition of a Hot Girl and clear up any confusion. She explained her own meaning of the phrase but encouraged fans to ultimately go with whatever interpretation helps them live their best lives.

Per Meg’s words “being a Hot Girl is about being unapologetically YOU, having fun, being confident, living YOUR truth, being the life of the party, etc.”

Being a Hot Girl is about being unapologetically YOU, having fun, being confident,living YOUR truth , being the life of the party etc

There you have it, straight from the horse’s mouth. So yes, “Hot Girl” can kind of mean whatever you want it to mean, but there are some universal factors to keep in mind: be confident in yourself, live your best life, be positive, and own what makes you unique.

Hotties let Megan know that the message has been received and that they got her back against anyone who says otherwise. Hot Girl Summer is still on.

us hotties knew the real meaning from tha jump 🥵

we hear you loud and clear. You don’t have to reiterate this anymore. We know you tired. If they don’t get it, they don’t get it. pic.twitter.com/HTTWYLUdMX

— No Weed Just Cobbler ™️ (@d0jafiend) July 17, 2019

This the speech the coach give at halftime when you down 18

— gooch down to my socks like I’m biggie papa (@dayleaux) July 17, 2019

u gotta keep reiterating for these hoes who took your positive initiatives the wrong way. Lol

Much love to you MEG! 😎

you been saying this ALL SUMMER and they still don’t get it.

The rapper dishes on the movement she helped inspire.

According to Megan Thee Stallion, she’s having the best hot girl summer.

The rapper who helped inspire and define the now-viral catchphrase is embodying the essence of the movement. “I think Megan Thee Stallion is having just the best hot girl summer right now,” she told E! News. “I mean she’s just so amazing. She just does what she wants to do, and she just parties with everyone. She encourages the girls to be their best selves and live their best lives and just having a good-ass time this summer.”

It’s a way of life that fans and fellow celebrities have embraced this summer, Miley Cyrus being one of them. “I’m really surprised that Miley Cyrus is having this much of a hot girl summer,” Megan told E! News. “She shocked me. I was like, ‘Ok!'”

So, how does one join in? “Your actions make you a ‘hot girl.’ You have to be someone who is like energetic, the life of the party, just really nice, you know what I’m saying?” she told us. “You have to be able to put that confidence in other people and get along with all the girls and just like have a good time. Just unapologetically you. You just have to be lit.”

Fortunately, hot girl summer does not expire after Labor Day. “We’re taking this hot girl summer into the winter. We don’t care. Just put on a jacket,” she assured. As the hot girl seasons change, Megan is “probably going to park my boat a little bit,” she said. “I’m going to give my liver a break. You kind of hibernate in the winter. Go to work. “

She also has an upcoming anthem to keep the hot girl vibe going as the temperature drops.

The rapper’s new track, aptly titled “Hot Girl Summer” drops on Friday and features Ty Dolla $ign and Nicki Minaj. “Nicki is so sweet. We went live together, and then literally that night, she did her verse, and they sent it to me the next day and I was like, This is joke. Like ya’ll are playing with me right now. I can’t believe Nicki Minaj just laid her verse down on my track,” she recalled. “Me and Ty already had the song, and then she just put her little Minaj flavor on there and boom! Now it’s hot girl summer.”

While she described Minaj as like a “big sister,” the rapper also rebuffed any assumptions that she’s picked a side between Nicki and Cardi B.

“I really, really, really like both of them,” Megan said on E!’s Daily Pop. “They’re two different people, two different rappers. It’s not even the same.”

She continued, “I feel like we need to stop trying to compare them. I love both of them, so I would definitely like to collaborate with Cardi, too.”

Add Rihanna and fellow Texas native Beyoncé to her list.

“I love Beyoncé. We’re both from Houston and she’s just amazing,” the rapper told E! News. “She’s like the hardest working woman ever. I’m like taking notes from her.”

As summer heats up, some people have retreated into their air-conditioned condos, while others have embraced the rising temps and excess sunshine as an excuse to let loose and live a “hot girl summer.”

The phrase originated with Texas rapper Megan Thee Stallion—whose track “Cash Shit” includes a reference to “real hot girl shit”—before becoming a social media meme and, as of today, a summertime anthem featuring Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign. В

Despite the concept’s ubiquity, some people are probably still aren’t quite clear on what a “hot girl summer” is. Let us help.

Who is this Megan Thee Stallion?

An on-the-rise rapper from Houston, Megan has created a personal brand of hotness by calling herself the “H-Town Hottie” or “Hot Girl Meg,” and referring to her fans as “hotties.” The cover art for Fever, her debut album that dropped in May, was captioned with “She’s thee HOT GIRL.” Soon, Megan’s hot girl lifestyle, recognizable by expert twerking videos and having shots poured into her mouth (aka ”driving the boat”), inspired fans to start having hot girl summers of their own. В

Although Megan didn’t coin the phrase, she has unequivocally become the face and voice of hot girl summer. She’s even attempting to trademark the phrase after companies, including Forever 21 and Wendy’s, marketed their products as hot girl approved.

So, what is a hot girl summer and who can have one?

Hot girl summer is not just a meme—it’s a mindset. Having the attitude and confidence to do whatever pleases you and release your inner bad bitch, regardless of other’s criticism, is the essence of the hot girl summer lifestyle. This past June, Megan told the Root , “It’s just basically about women—and men—just being unapologetically them, just having a good-ass time, hyping up your friends, doing you, not giving a damn about what nobody got to say about it.” Contrary to the gendered nature of the phrase, anyone who chooses to ignore the haters and live their best life in a positive way can have a hot girl summer.

Being a Hot Girl is about being unapologetically YOU, having fun, being confident,living YOUR truth , being the life of the party etc

How do I have a hot girl summer?

No two hot girl summers are alike, since the foundation of hot girl summer rests on doing whatever makes you and only you happy. In “Hot Girl Summer,” Megan, a student at Texas student university, raps “Look, college girl, but a freak on the weekend.” Even if her hot girl summer is full of hitting the books and hitting the bottle, your neighbor’s hot girl summer may entail relaxing on the porch while their dog runs around the yard. Whatever you have been putting off- buying that plane ticket to Bali, going vegan, or even binge-watching the latest season of Stranger Things- hot girl summer is the time to focus on what makes you happy.

Here are a few ways Twitter users have enjoyed their hot girl summer:

В Self-care

Self-care is one of those things that you can’t easily define, but you know it when you see it. Whether getting pampered at a spa or gluing your face to the laptop destresses you, hot girl summer is the time to achieve a relaxed state-of-mind.

Vacation and Recreation

There is no better time to give your followers FOMO with braggy photos of adventures abroad or embarrassing yet hilarious fun.

Get the Bag

Every hot girl needs to work just as hard as she parties.

— Frumpy Like Martha (@mattie_rogers) July 15, 2019

Save the planet

While treating yourself is a major component of hot girl summer, it is also important to give back to the community and environment.

“And I couldn’t help but wonder…in a time of irrevocable climate change brought on by a wildly destructive anthropocene, aren’t we all having a hot girl summer?” pic.twitter.com/8aundcRaRC

Hey Hotties I’m doing the first ever HOTTIE BEACH CLEAN UP in Cali June6th at the Santa Monica Pier! Houston we’re next details coming soon pic.twitter.com/iCPzN6szT6

Even if we’re halfway through August, there’s still time to turn a lukewarm summer into a hot one.