Some camp traditions like Vespers have been around since 1920, while others (Wildlife Wednesday?) are more recent. Of all of the new traditions, Do Nothing Day might just be the most beloved, and it’s not hard to see why!
Camp life is delightfully busy - we’re pretty much going all day from Reveille to Taps. It’s all good things (and all so fun!), but after a few weeks a girl can get pretty tired. Enter Do Nothing Day, a whole morning (or sometimes afternoon), where (you guessed it), we do a whole lot of nothing. Classes are cancelled and camp takes on a slower pace. We wouldn’t want to do it all the time, but once a session, it is bliss!
If you’re anything like us, even though lots of events have been canceled these last few months, our days still feel pretty full! The Bible tells us that rest is good (and necessary!), so how about scheduling yourself a Do Nothing Day at home this week? We’re here today with our best tips for planing the perfect Do Nothing Day at home. Who’s going to try it out with us?