Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Tania’s Tips: The Best Ways To Cure Your Boredom At Home*


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Ahh, home sweet home! For the most part, there’s no better place to be. Sometimes, however, it can get a little boring. After all, the hectic nature of modern life means that most of us have simply forgotten how to relax.

Well, worry no more. Here are five fantastic ways to keep yourself occupied during their rare moments of peace around the home. Embrace them immediately, and your leisure time will become far more satisfying.

Read A Book
Sometimes in life, the humble book has all the answers. Of course, you could download them to an iPad or a Kindle. However, I honestly believe there’s something special about having a physical copy of a book (or comic) to read. Those magical pages can take your mind anywhere and are collectibles as well as wonderful forms of entertainment.

Unless you find a first edition Harry Potter book... In that case, please feel free to send it my way instead!

Play Games
Video games don’t have the geeky stigma that they once did. They are suitable for everyone from self-confessed nerds to the cool college kids. There are plenty of different genres to choose from while virtual reality and interactive games are great fun too. You can even win money with casino gaming activities and should visit Juuwin.com for more info. The excitement is incredible.

Console, PC, or smartphone doesn’t matter. Gaming is a great way to pass the time in style for people of all backgrounds and gaming abilities.

Do Yoga
I’m not one to tell everyone that they should spend hours in the gym. However, a little yoga or meditation can work wonders for body, mind, and soul. Whether you have a few minutes or a whole hour, it’s just you and your inner peace. A little soothing music can also certainly help the cause. While I probably don’t do it enough, it certainly makes me feel better.

In fact, now I’ve said it; I’ll endeavour to start practicing it far more often. After all, the benefits are enormous.

Write Something
Writing is an incredibly therapeutic thing to do. Whether you start a blog, write a diary, or try creating a short story doesn’t matter. Expressing your thought or creative visions can feel liberating. Check out Thewritersacademy.co.uk to learn about writing competitions. You could potentially win a prize as well as gain some serious recognition.

If nothing else, it’s a great way to connect with other people that share similar interests. What more incentive could you need?

Watch TV
It’s the tried and tested option, but there’s no doubt that watching your favourite shows and films is a winner. The way in which we consume visual media has evolved, with Netflix and other streaming services now considered king. Meanwhile, YouTube and platforms for individual creators can provide great entertainment too.

Best of all, those on-demand services enable us to binge watch those shows without huge wait times between each episode. Oh, and no adverts either. Yay!  

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4 comments:

  1. I never get how people can be bored at home! I always have so much I want to do and don't have enough time to get it done!

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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    1. It's rare I do get bored at home, but this is a lot of what I will do when I'm at a loss of activity! xx

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  2. Finished my exams and have a long summer ahead of me, this post is perfect for the days I have no plans - thank you!! xx

    emsirose.blogspot.com

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    1. Glad you liked it - hope you enjoy doing some of the above! And good luck with the exam results :) xx

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