There's another Bank Holiday weekend on the way, which means more lounging around in the back garden with a few tinnies on the go, burgers sizzling away on the BBQ while you work on that pitiful tan of yours. Can't bloody wait.
That already sounds like a pretty dreamy set-up, but there's one essential thing missing that you didn't even know you needed.
No, we're not talking about sun cream or anti-histamine tablets, we're talking about a bouncy castle - the latest offering from the Aldi Special Buys stable, and what could be the source of all your fun this summer.
The six-and-a-half-foot castle is suitable for children aged three to five and costs just £69.99 ($94) - with the price also including a pump, stakes and a repair kit. Handy for when you burst it after some Stella-fuelled bouncing.
And there'll be no waiting around for it to be ready, either, as it only takes two minutes to inflate.
We've got a feeling the bouncy castle will sell out fairly quickly, so it's worth pre-ordering online or getting up very early to track one of these bad boys down in a store. It'll definitely be worth it.
According to the Sun, Tesco is currently selling a similar product, but that one will set you back £90 ($120). Smyths Toys also has one, retailing at £99.99 ($134).
Aldi is known for its killer Special Buys products, having released a £49.99 ($70) outdoor pizza oven earlier this year.
Slightly different to last year's product (which sold out in no time), this one can be plonked on to a regular barbecue as an attachment.
According to Aldi, the light, portable Barbecue Pizza Oven is a 'great way to cook pizzas outdoors' and can be used on gas and charcoal barbecues.
Not only can it manage pizzas up to 12" in size, but, better still, it'll also cook 'em in just 10 minutes.
Adding to the summer package, the supermarket also started selling a £279.99 ($393) hot tub.
"Fitting up to four people this Intex Spa Pool will make the perfect addition to your back yard," the Aldi website explains.
"Ideal for when you're entertaining or looking to relax in the evening; just jump in the hot tub, lay back and let the world and your troubles melt away."
In a groundbreaking move, Aldi has also just launched halloumi fries, which would go perfectly with the BBQ spread you've got planned.
The Golden & Crispy Specially Selected Halloumi Fries (erm, yum), will only set you back just £1.99 and will be found in the frozen food aisles.
Julie Ashfield, Joint Managing Director of Corporate Buying at Aldi UK, said: "Halloumi is very popular right now and we are delighted to be the first supermarket to bring our customers halloumi fries, a snack we think will be a big hit this summer and which isn't currently available from any other supermarkets."
How's that for living the dream, eh?Featured Image Credit: PA/Aldi