Many of us are struggling with boredom these days. While being a millennial or a Gen Z kid might make it easier to stay home and escape into the internet, there are still extroverts who are finding it pretty hard to stay home. But let’s be honest, after a couple of days of not leaving the house, introvert or not, you start getting a bit stir-crazy. Everyone says read a book or watch a movie/ TV show, that’s obvious, but you’re not always in the mood for that. So here are a few practical ways to overcome boredom while staying at home.
1.Organize Your Closet
Most of us rarely have time to do this, instead, we just throw things in after laundry’s done and grab whatever we’re gonna wear in the morning. Or maybe you’re one of those people who actually hang stuff up carefully every day and your wardrobe isn’t just a huge pile of clothes. Either way, chances are there are items in your closet that you haven’t worn in years and even forgotten that you have them. Now is the change to take a look, organize, rearrange, color-coordinate, find long-forgotten treasures and get rid of things you no longer want.
2. Learn A New Language
You probably learned a language at school, but since then you’ve forgotten most of it and even though you want to get back to it, normally there isn’t enough time or you don’t have enough energy after work. But since now you’re staying home and either not working or working remotely – this means you have at least the time you usually spend commuting to work or a whole lot of time to get back into learning a language.
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