17. Learn more about your favorite musicians
Many musicians have interesting stories, so it would be fun to see the story of how your favorite musician became famous.
18. Take time during the day to stretch
If you don’t want to go for a run or commit to a full workout, that’s fine. Taking a few minutes to stretch has a variety of health benefits, including making you sleep better and calm your mind.
19. Play a board game
When you’re bored, you can always dust off classic board games like Monopoly and Risk from the back of your closet and play with family members and friends to have fun.
20. Learn a new language
Yes, this one might seem a little challenging to do when you’re bored, but when is there really a better time to learn the Spanish alphabet or learn how to count to ten in Dutch?
21. Play a video game
Over the years, video games have changed from Pac-Man and Snake to more role-playing games with breathtaking visuals. If playing a video video game sounds like a bit too much time, you might want to listen to video game soundtracks in the meantime. After all, if you hear it, you may never go back to your old tunes again.
22. Learn how to dance
Who says you can’t turn your bedroom into a wild dance party? If you don’t know the difference between a foxtrot and a two-step, watch some YouTube videos and practice, practice, practice!
23. Have a virtual dance party
If you’re prepared to take your moves to the main stage, turn into a virtual dance party and experience the club from the comfort of your home. Move your body and impress your friends the next time you’re actually able to dance in a real club, whenever that happens to be.
24. Watch classic movies
It’s time to catch up with your favorite TV shows and movies. Have you ever seen classic movies like Citizen Kane and Casablanca? If you’re bored, maybe it’s time to spend a couple of hours watching it.