Added: Synthia Nelson - Date: 10.12.2021 20:28 - Views: 44435 - Clicks: 2027
Have you ever counted down the days till sweet summer vacation, only to find yourself bored when it arrived?
Maybe you had something or several things! We can sit on the couch glowering at the TV, envying our Facebook friends who are off doing cooler things. That profit can come as money or time saved, knowledge or skills gained, or health or character strengthened. Consider this game plan, and change it to fit you: When you feel bored and frustrated, exercise.
I recommend going for a run to burn off steam, but you can also walk or stretch and do push-ups or crunches. Meanwhile, think! Start by listing the chores you could get done now mow the lawn, pull weeds, do laundry, wash the car, make dinner, walk the dog, clean your room, start summer asments.
Aim to do a couple of these. Then brainstorm productive, satisfying and creative things to do. Try for a mixture of things you could do right now and some that you can start planning now to do later. When you have enough ideas, jot them down and choose one to attack first! Heather Bennett is completing her third year at the University of Cincinnati studying to be a teacher. A game plan for beating boredom and capitalizing on free time.
Some ideas Study a chapter of Proverbs! Practice lay-ups, serves, pull-ups, scales if you play a musical instrument, etc. Bodily exercise is profitable! Make or write cards for people who are sick or alone Matthew Research your family tree or cultural heritage. Interview older people about life when they were teens or during a decade that interests you.
Expand your horizons by listening to experts share exciting ideas from the cutting edge of their field on www. Memorize your Social Security. Download radio podcasts in a foreign language you are studying. Create a personal budget—for now or as a rough outline for life after high school Psalm ; Luke Make a list of the things you believe are important in a husband or wife Proverbs Research jobs that interest you. Are they growing fields?
What training would you need to succeed? Are there similar jobs that would fit your personality and skill set better? Write down your five favorite foods and look up how to make them.
Choose two or three recipes to actually attempt. Go back to study something that was hard for you in school and get comfortable with it Ecclesiastes Make a plan to go hiking, camping, rock climbing, canoeing, skiing, spelunking. Learn the countries of the Middle East, Africa or Asia, and read the news about that area. Learn or make up a new dance.
Ask adults for tips on practical things to know.
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Would you get bored hanging out with your best friend everyday or like three days each week?