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4. Fill out a crossword puzzle.

Go solo, or ask your family for help if you find yourself particularly stumped by a certain clue.


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1 .Play an instrument.

If you don't know how, this is the perfect time to learn how to play your favorite tune on the piano or guitar.


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3. Do a deep dive on a subject that interests you.

If you find yourself continuously drawn to a specific subject like Impressionism or the animals of Amazon rainforest, set up a queue of documentaries, articles or books on the topic to check out one evening.


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7. Put together an epic puzzle.

When you've got lots of time on your hands, get your hands busy. It'll take your mind off boredom, and completing a big puzzle feels great.


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2. Write a short story.

Or an essay. Or a play — anything that's out of your comfort zone.


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6. Play a board game.

Turn off the TV and challenge the family to a board game. Introduce the kids to a classic like Chutes and Ladders or Monopoly, or try a newer one like Settlers of Catan ...


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10. Plan your next getaway.

Don't just daydream about getting away from it all. Do one better and actually look up plane tickets and hotel rooms.


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5. Try Origami.

It's harder than it looks, but there are plenty of online tutorials to give you a hand.


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8. Sing along to some Disney songs.

Get your endorphins flowing by taking it back to childhood. Belt out your favorite Disney songs!


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9. Watch a rom-com marathon.

We'll admit it, romantic comedies have stolen our hearts.


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