If you can't stop scrolling through pics of flower arrangements on Instagram, learn to make your own at home. Thanks to companies like , you and your friends can take a class or become event execs where you are the teacher and plan community events yourself.
Hosting a dinner party is much easier when you have a group of friends all bringing dishes. To make sure there's enough food and drinks to go around, make the dinner BYOB and then designate who should bring what — think appetizers, side dishes, and (of course!) dessert. You get the honors of making the entree.
Sometimes the best undiscovered spots are right under your nose. Select a few nearby towns you've never been to before and go on a mini day-long road trip. Map out stops at cute antique shops or eateries along the way.
If you want an excuse to hang out with your best friends at least once a month — and meet a few new pals while you're at it — a book club is a no-brainer. Get started with one of the titles on our inspirational books that every woman should read list.
Bust out your cutest pajamas, your favorite rom-coms, and a never-ending snack stash for the ultimate throwback to your childhood. Trust us, it's just as fun now as it was then.
Go treasure hunting with a group of gals on a Saturday morning, followed by a delicious brunch. To get started, search online for a list of neighborhood yard sales or . Or visit your local flea market.
Clear your schedule to have the girls over to relax. Download the and start with a group meditation session, then make a DIY face mask, and finish the day by giving yourselves at-home manis.
There's no doubt that Instagram and Pinterest have contributed to the rise of hobbies like , , , , and calligraphy. That means you and your friends have endless possibilities to try something new.
Whether you love classic board games like and or prefer new card games like or , there's nothing better than a game night with your best buds (and snacks!).
Make a pact with your friends to explore new areas near home and get some fresh air each month. Buy a trail book for the area you live in to get inspiration.
If book clubs aren't your thing, invite the gang over to watch a new TV series on , , or . Stretch out the series to one episode per week — that way it gives you an excuse to hang out on the regular.
Whether you're into yoga, kickbo, or a little dance cardio, there's no doubt exercising with friends is way more fun than going at it solo.
Even if you consider yourself practically a chef, there's always new cooking or baking tricks to learn. If you live near a , their are great for groups.
Taking your bikes for a spin is a great way to get outdoors. Set a time each week to meet for a ride around your neighborhoods or a nearby trail, even if it's just for 30 minutes.
There's always that one friend who loves doing everyone's hair. Before a night out, make it a party by doing each other's makeup and hair — complete with bubbly and good music.