No one truly understand the value of free time, until you have none to speak of. Be it that you’re a student or a professional, most of us lead pretty busy lives now-a-days, and spend 6 out of the 7 days (at least), pushing ourselves to work hard and long. But what can you do on the 7th day; that day you’re finally free? Here are a few of our ideas.
Get a proper, sit down meal – with our rushed and hectic schedules, no many of us have the freedom to eat our meals in peace now-a-days. Breakfast is done rushing around while getting dressed, lunch on the office desk, and dinner slumped oven on the couch. Get in your 3 meals in an orderly fashion on your free day; regardless to whether it’s home cooked or at top Sydney restaurants of your locality.
Call/meet up with a friend or a family member – it’s vital that we keep in touch to ensure that our relationships thrive. If your busy life doesn’t allow you to do so regularly, use your day off for catching up. Phone up different friends every week, or catch up with your family. Better yet, make it a day for meeting up with them at your favorite burger restaurants! Read this article to gain information about the best burger restaurants.
Give in to your inner princess – we ride our physical form hard throughout the day, pushing it to its limits. On your day off, consider giving it a little well deserved pampering. Soak for hours in your tub, set an appointment with your masseuse, paint your nails or give yourself the spa treatment at home with DIY face masks!
Do the laundry or deep clean the house – piled up laundry (both washed and dirty) is common in a household of busy people. Even though you might manage to do a cursory cleaning of your home throughout the week, you won’t really have the time to deal with all the mess. Deal with it on your free day. Trust us, even though it may not be fun, once you’re done and the house doesn’t look cluttered anymore, you’ll be glad you did so.
Catch up with a hobby or an interest – who has the time or the energy for hobbies now-a-day? Even if you love crocheting or playing golf, love immersing yourself in a good book or loosing yourself in an engrossing movie, we know you don’t have the time. Dedicate your day off for your hobbies. You might not be able to complete your project or finish your book; but it’ll be something nice to look forwards to for your next free day…