Hey! It’s weekends. You’re probably up now and wondering what you can do to survive the day. Ever wonder what you can do extraordinarily on your Saturdays and Sundays? Oh, of course, you get tired of routine house chores. Turn your “Oh-so-lazy” day to an “Awesome-lazy” day with these few tips you might want to try.
- Wake your muscles up! Go. Wear that workout outfit you recently purchased and start your day right! Want to feel good while stretching? Wear the right gym or workout clothes to help make you feel and move a lot better. Don’t be conscious if you’re just at home and you glam up too much for stretches. Remember that winners always go for the extra!
- Read a book! Knowing something new and reaching different places without leaving your seat is so exciting! And that is possible through reading books! Disconnecting yourself online brings peace and wellness for a day. Leave those follow-ups right now and go for some quirky and fun book ventures!
- Get lost in art. Blow the dust off your art depot and turn your imaginations into a masterpiece. Aside from being relieved from weekday hustles, you get to discover new talents you never knew you have! Wash those old brushes of yours, or use pen and paper scratches to unleash that artistry in you. Trust me, thinking fancy is therapeutic.
- Sleep. Of course, you don’t want to get up since it’s the weekends. If only you could sleep the whole day to make up with the rest you lost, you’ll do it. And who said you can’t? Turn those lights off and sleep as long as you can. But, hey, don’t skip your meals! Your body needs it.
- Pig Out and Chill. Don’t be afraid to pig out sometimes! You deserve some treat after long tiring weekdays. Grab those chips and cookies of yours, and start that series you’ve been dying to watch. Chill the entire day and feel guilt-free about it.
Life is hard enough. Don’t be too hard on yourself. If you wanted to do something you’ve been dying to do on weekends, make it happen. Turn that weekend into an “awesome-lazy” day! Treat your hardworking self the rest it deserves. Just don’t forget to be responsible. You’re not always at the wheel.