40 Simple Things You Can Do If You Are Bored Right Now | Leverage Ambition

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  1. Take a bath
  2. Brush Your Hair
  3. Call Your Mom
  4. Write a Grateful List
  5. De-clutter Something
  6. Do 15 sit ups, push ups or squats
  7. Brush your Teeth
  8. Watch a sad movie
  9. Learn a new word
  10. Listen to the outside noises
  11. Write a journal
  12. Make a new goal
  13. Make up a song
  14. Make up a poem
  15. Bake bread
  16. Jump roap
  17. Hula Hoop
  18. Say Thank You
  19. Pray
  20. Sing
  21. Stretch
  22. Turn off the news
  23. Take 10 deep breaths
  24. Take a nap
  25. Read a book
  26. Find a new podcast
  27. Jump on a trampoline
  28. Unplug for an hour
  29. Check in on someone
  30. Make a drawing
  31. Make a necklace
  32. Move your paintings on the wall
  33. Write a letter to your favorite website’s editor
  34. Light a candle
  35. Have a quiet hour
  36. Send a card
  37. Get rid of something you don’t like
  38. Order a new pair of sneakers
  39. Go for a bike ride
  40. Sweep your front steps

What do you do when you are bored?

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One thought on “40 Simple Things You Can Do If You Are Bored Right Now | Leverage Ambition

  1. Sheree – Cote d'Azur – I'm a sports mad Englishwoman, now living (thank goodness) in France, who developed a passion for cycling rather late on in life. I started the blog to keep my friends and family up-to-date with my adventures on two wheels, my recipes, my travels and my wonderful life in France. The title of my blog refers to when I first started cycling with my local club. I was always at the back of the bunch, until I slid off it on the first incline! On short climbs I could always catch back up on the ascent but on long climbs......I just used to bid them farewell and continue at my own speed. My cycling’s now much improved but I still get dropped!
    Sheree says:

    I am never bored