How to make your life more interesting..
We all find our lives becoming a little dull sometimes, the days can become mundane and we seek something more interesting.
Variety is more than just the spice of life; it expands our experience and makes our lives more fulfilling.
Here are 5 simple ways you can make your life more
interesting — starting today.
1. Greet the Dawn
Even if you’re not a morning person, plan to watch the sunrise. Prepare for this moment by picking out a viewpoint and determining when the weather in your area will be clear enough to usher in a beautiful day. Brew some strong coffee and bring a friend along.
As the sun rises, remind yourself of all the possibilities that a new day holds.
2. Move to the Beat of a Different Drummer
Tired of listening to the same old song?
Applications like Spotify allow users to preview different artists and listen to entire albums for free. Spotify can also make suggestions for other music-based
on the genres, you enjoy most.
Who knows, your quest for variety might reveal a whole new musical interest!
3. Turn Off Your TV
Watching TV is a passive activity at best.
Why not turn it off for a day and actively search out your news and entertainment elsewhere?
Read a newspaper, enjoy a play at a community theatre, or simply enjoy some rare silence.
4. Make Something Interesting
Try your hand at crafting. Explore making simple recyclable crafts for kids or try reconnecting with a skill you already have.
Pinterest is a great place to search for quick and simple projects.
5. Wander Down Memory Lane
Remember all those pictures you took at your last family reunion or holiday?
What about that old diary tucked away in the shoebox?
Find those memories and spend some time with them. As you wander down memory lane, reflecting on what was interesting to you back then.
Sparking a new interest can start by rekindling forgotten embers.
Which of these tips could you use this week to make your life more interesting?
Today’s quote: “You’re only here for a short visit. Don’t hurry, don’t worry. And be sure to smell the flowers along the way.” – Walter Hagen