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6 Things to do when bored

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Being bored bugs more than anything in the world. If you have some free time on your hands then thses are the few suggestions you should try out.

1. DIYs projects
Quick Do-it-yourself ideas with materials which are easily available at home, are a life saver.
You can reinvent your old boring tees or you can make use of those craft items which you haven’t touched in a decade. Here are a few YouTube channels which you can refer to:-
⦁ FashionbyAlly
⦁ Makoccino
⦁ Baylee Jae
⦁ SaraBeautyCorner

2. Do your laundry
Yes, get up. This is the perfect time to put your headphones on and put all those dirty clothes which you’ve been hoarding for a while now, in the machine. You’d be surprised to find out how good you actually feel after that.

3. Bake
Try your hand at baking, start with recipe for beginners.
Surprise a loved one with your delicious creation.
Here are a couple of links to get started:-
⦁ https://www.idiva.com/photogalleryifood/
recipes-5-basic-cakes-for-beginners/25116
⦁ http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/simplechocolate-
cake-L4994.html

4. Make a scrapbook
Photos lying aorund the house? Or is the old album all torn and shabby? Then this is the right time to customise your own album and treat those memories right.
Not only will it pass your time but will also bring out the creative side in you and you will work wonders.

You can start by taking a few hints from the links below:-
⦁ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TqlCIT5e2c
⦁ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZqocZuNFNY

5. Dubsmash or Musical.ly
If you’re socially active and are bored then this is the best thing you can do with your free time. Let your dramatic side loose and go bananas with all sorts of craziness you discover on these apps.

6. Read a book
Start a new book or finish off that novel that you’ve been draggin for a while now.
A few reccomendations:-
⦁ Les Miserables by Victor Hugo
⦁ Dear John by Nicholas Sparks
⦁ The Woodlanders by Thomas Hardy

 

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