If you’re feeling guilty about sitting in your PJs and watching Netflix all day then feel free to check out some other lazy, low energy ideas for a perfect duvet day.
Meet your friends at one of your local brunch spots for something yummy to start off the day.
Try something like Yoga or Pilates to get your blood flowing. If you don’t want to go outside then check out YouTube or the Nike Training Club which gives you routines to follow in the comfort of your own home. If you want to be more social and you live in North America, London or Australia sign up to Class Pass with a friend. This will give you access to hundreds of classes around the city that you can try.
If you don’t want to stay cooped up at home all day, or have some business to attend to, avoid being distracted by things at home and head to a cafe to get some work done. It sounds counter intuitive but unlike working at home, you are less likely to fall into procrastination. By changing your environment, it brings new types of inputs into your life which stimulates creativity and inspiration.
Chipped nail polish is often taken as a sign of bad hygiene, so book an appointment at your nail salon for a tidy up. Other pamper tasks could include a trip to the hair salon, brow bar or, soak in the tub with a glass of wine.
DO IT YOURSELF
There are so many fantastic DIY projects online to get stuck in to. The great part about this is that you can continue your project over the weeks and watch it develop over time. Use your weekends for a long term investment, and pick up a new skill or hobby. If there’s something you want to do but haven’t started, then stop delaying and start now. Whether it’s learning how to play an instrument or learning a new language there’s no better time than now. Lets not end the year by saying “I wish I….”