This Labor Day, try throwing an event to celebrate the holiday. Maybe initiate a BBQ and invite your friends and family over. Or you might want to arrange a beach day (just make sure everyone goes early because the beaches can get crowded rather quickly). Another idea is a final summer weekend getaway where you can go somewhere (local or far) to celebrate the holiday. Whatever type of event you decide to do, make sure you take some time to appreciate those people you enjoy the most.
If you have a bit of extra time on your hands, you could even create some type of keepsake to give to those that come to the holiday party. For instance, maybe you and your friends/family went on a camping trip together – you could create a scrapbook of the event or even a cool t-shirt to remember #summer2015. Also, physical keepsakes are unique these days because of the use of online social media so this idea might be a pleasant surprise that no one would expect.
Spending some time with the people you enjoy the most is a great way to end the summer and welcome the fall.