Lets face it, Sundays can be suuuuuuuuuuuper boring. Shops aren’t open late, nightlife can be dead or friends are hungover from the night before.
Here’s a quick list of things to get you up and moving when you don’t wanna be stuck inside in the house on a nice day.
Here’s a few ideas to do at home…
- Toss everything that’s expired or questionable in your fridge
Give your cupboards and fridge a well needed clear out! Anything that’s passed it’s use by date or an item you’ll probably never eat, either bin or give away to someone that will make the most of it.
- Clean out your purse or bag
There’s most likely a wealth of train tickets, useless receipts and bits of rubbish that have culminated in your bag.
- Do shopping for the whole week
Sometimes if you live far away from shops (or simply don’t want to leave the house) you can do a food shop from the comfort of your own home. Check out websites like Asda, Lidl and Tescos who offer deals like free delivery over a minimum amount.
- Prep lots of healthy snacks so you’ll never go hungry
It’s true, eating good food makes you feel good, and works wonders if you’re bored! Google some food prep ideas or click here for inspiration on eating a little better.
- Prepare Monday morning breakfast
- Write your Monday-morning to-do list.
Here’s a few ideas to do if you want to get out of the house…
River Dee pedalos
Everyone loves pedalo, so what better way to spend a hot summer day, then with all your mates racing each other across the River Dee.
Walk the walls
One of Chester’s main tourist attractions. The walls were a defensive structure built to protect the city of Chester in Cheshire, England. Their construction was started by the Romans when they established the fortress between 70 and 80 AD. Walking the walls lets you explore the city’s history, whilst taking in the buildings and the canal.
Take a photo with Janya
It might just be a freshers thing, but nothing’s more exciting than taking a selfie with the elephant after a night out. The statue was a gift from Chester Zoo to the people of Chester given in 2010 by the sculptor Annette Yarrow. It was named after a baby elephant born at the zoo in the same year.
Visit the Storyhouse
A newly development, storyhouse features, a cinema, theatre and library all in one. This makes a great alternative then trapesing to Cheshire oaks for the cinema. Storyhouse also features moonlight flicks, where you can watch your favourite movies on a projector with silent headphones.
Go for a sweet brunch
A fry up is great and all, but sometimes a sweet treat is a need. Restaurants like ‘Hanky Panky’ and ‘Off the Waffle’ are unique to Chester and are a must when visiting the City and offer a range of sweet and savoury waffles and pancakes. These are a firm favourite with many of the locals.
Visit these websites
Before you head out, check these out below. They’re sure to get your imagination flowing, and may give you inspiration of what to do, or trigger your memory on what you may need to do whilst you’re out and about.
The website was first created by writer and futurist, William James Fox back in 2008. It began as a relatively small and obscure website with a brief list of future predictions. Over the years, however, it was expanded to form a lengthy and detailed timeline – running from the present day, through the next century and beyond, all the way to the end of the universe itself.
My inner geek loves reading through this website and seeing what the future of the human race could look like thousands of years from now.
Exactly what it says on the tin. By clicking the ‘take me to a random website’ button, a separate tab will open with a completely random and pointless page. For example, an ebay page for a listing of an inflatable unicorn horn for cats, a funny video and whatever else you could imagine.
”Try to beat the quiz by answering all of the questions. It’s as. simple as that! Or is it…? The questions are far from easy. Some require insane logic.” I used to play this as a kid, as is sure to keep your attention and entertained for a while.
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