Once you finish work, it can sometimes be a little tricky figuring out how to spend the rest of your day. The whole day you were thinking about the evening. But now that it’s finally come, it feels like a bit of an anti-climax. Just Netflix? Come on – there’s got to be more to it than that.
Usually, we’d suggest whipping up something delicious to eat. But what if you’ve already spent the entire day eating your way through Gregg’s full menu and you fancy a break? Well, we’ve got you covered. In this post, we take a look at some man stuff you can do once you clock off, besides stuffing your face.
Write That Book You’ve Been Planning
Books are things that make people. Just look at what happened to authors like Nicholas Taleb and Norman Doige. They were virtually unknown before they began writing (and perhaps they still are to you). But once they finished their seminal books and got them published, the world opened up to their genius and they found themselves giving interviews, signing autographs and being invited to speaking engagements.
Take A Course
If you like the idea of personal development, then you might think about taking a course.
The great thing about courses is that they’re investments in your future. The moment you begin learning skills, you increase your value.
Is your push bike sitting in the shed because you only use your car? Why not dust it off and see where it takes you? It’s way more liberating than walking – and it can be a lot more fun as well, so long as you find the right trails. Just remember to take a puncture repair kit with you if you’re planning on going on a long ride.
Build A Model Aircraft
Do you like detail-oriented things? If so, you’ll want to investigate aircraft model kits. With these, you can build an entire miniature machine from hundreds of individual strips of metal, creating a beautiful finished product.
Practice Your Work Skills
Working all day and then practicing more work skills can feel like a chore. But if you’re like a lot of people, you simply don’t have time to train on the job. You’re just too busy.
Start by figuring out where you’d like your career to take you. If you’re happy in your current work, then that’s fine. But if you want to progress, work out the skills you’ll need to make it happen.
Learn To Code
If you want to learn valuable skills for the modern world, none is more critical than coding. It can start off as just a hobby as you learn the basics. But the more you get into it, the more rewarding it becomes. What’s more, getting started is usually free. All you have to do is find a good instructor or a free course, and you’re ready to go.
Start A YouTube Channel
Still bored? Why not start a YouTube channel. It could be about anything, even your foodie adventures.