Library, museum, bundle up and take long walks in the woods or on the beach, rake the yard of all the dead leaves that have blown over from the neighbors, barbecue outdoors and eat it inside, repaint a room, rearrange furniture, enjoy a bonfire if your town allows it (call non-emergency fire dept. for info), start a new hobby or continue with forgotten hobbies, take a class at the community center, join the YMCA and take some classes, do your tax returns, plan your budget for the upcoming year and make financial goals, write letters or send personalized cards to friends and family just to say hello, cook large dishes then package them into individual portions and freeze for future easy-to-heat meals, try new recipes, repair or sew things that have been set aside and waiting on you for a long time.
There is so, so, so much to do!!!
at 8:33 AM on Jan. 24, 2009