But what we have in store for you can be far better than that. Here are 4 ways to bust that weekend boredom.
1. Join online contests.
If you’re just lying down in bed, browsing through your Facebook account or playing around with Instagram and Pinterest, you might as well do something a bit productive. Imagine hours spent on viewing people’s photos when you can just devote yourself in joining online contests. Not only will you have a chance to win, you’d also discover amazing products, places and services. For instance, Beauty Encounter has monthly promos and this month, just by liking and sharing their contest for March, you get a chance to win $150 worth of beauty products from world-renowned brands.
2. Book a hotel for staycation.
When was the last time you travelled? Whether it was a road trip with friends or an out-of-the-country vacation with the family, you’ll always find yourself enjoying some time away from home. What’s getting popular right now is booking a hotel for staycation. It feels like you’re in a vacation because you check-in at a hotel but you just stay in the city or your town so you’re not too far away from home. Nevertheless, a comfortable bed with the best linens, bed spread, pillow and comforter will turn one boring weekend into a lovely vacay.
3. Experience a nature or adventure trip.
Are you a nature lover or an adventure-seeker? It may seem weird but some people feel rejuvenated coming from a trip. You’re lucky if you live outside of the city. You can go on camping or trekking. You can go fishing with your dad and might as well bring your boyfriend along. Even if you live in the city, you can still try weekend adventures like indoor wall climbing, target shooting and even fun runs. Look up in your local directories or city guides and find schedules on what’s happening in your community.
4. Take a weekend course.
Have you ever wondered how coffee shops create those creative coffee milk designs in cups? Or how to defend yourself from possible assault? How about taking a cooking class on how to make sushi? Sometimes, you need a new environment apart from school and work. Sometimes even, your career path may be different from what you actually want to do in life. While you still can and while you still have time, find an outlet for your creativity. Take a short, weekend course and cross out one item in your bucket list.
Bust that weekend boredom and remember to enjoy every bit of activity you have.