5 wonderful ways to spend your Sunday
You just had a heavy metal Saturday, and you wake up to a Sunday. Reality has shown us how cringy Sundays can make us feel. It is so because most of us tend to spend our Sundays thinking about how the weekend been almost over and less about how to make our Sundays fruitful.
To help achieve a wonderful Sunday, and make the most of it, we made a list of 5 wonderful ways to spend your Sunday, accompanied with the best things you can do this Sunday (and all Sundays to come) for a fruitful and productive.
Slow and steady:
Do not feel the urge to jump right out of your bed into any activity on a Sunday morning. You should afford yourself the time and patience to prepare your favourite dish or breakfast, make a cup of tea or coffee, read some papers or blog posts and catch up to a favourite show you’ve missed all week.
You might be tempted to call or check up on some family and friends, but avoid such temptation for another day, because you don’t get many Sundays for yourself in a year. Sticking by yourself allowed you to reflect, clear your head and improve on certain areas of your creativity.
Time spent alone also increases the level of your sense of productivity.
You might also need to unplug during this alone time so that you won’t be bothered by email, text messages, and social media notifications.
2. Visit your wardrobe:
A wardrobe clear-out for me represents a fashion statement and also represents a moment or re-identification. I don’t really have a stuffed closet/wardrobe neither do I have a wardrobe but I do have a hanger full of stuff in clothes, trousers and scarfs given to me by my lady friends (They visit, they take my clothes, I take their scarfs).
- You have to perform a wardrobe check because they might be some clothes you’ve not worn for some time, some you even thought you’ve lost.
- It also affords the opportunity to mend that torn t-shirt or blouse.
- Once, I even found a dead rat in an old coat pocket. (Not a perfect burial ground I guess)
- I know I have a few pieces of clothing I was just holding onto for no good reason other than, how can I let you go, oh you piece of fibrous wonder!
So your best song on the replay, a full-length mirror, cleaning out your clothing session can be pleasurable.
Exercising can not be overstated, it’s a very important part of Human lives that most of us choose to ignore. You just have to work that body, boy!
While there’s no denial of the importance of being physically fit, but our work schedule during the week doesn’t always afford us leisure.
You can this opportunity afforded by the Sunday to catch up on your physical fitness and agility. Whether it’s riding a bicycle, playing football with the dudes, running the mill at the gym, or just a walk down the road while chatting with Femi, the next-door neighbour.
Sundays give you the great opportunity to get in a bit of exercise before you head back to the weekly hustle. I personally love a walk with Clara next door as she updates me on the latest happenings in the area.
4. Visit the local chapel:
You probably knew this was coming upright. Yes! You need to meet new and interesting people around the city and where best to do than the chapel/church. You don’t need to feel the urge to over impress anyone, a neat T-shirt and plain trousers or you can check out Why a Polo and Blazer is the way to go with a matching shoe and for the ladies, ever heard of Sun dress.
Feel fresh, act fresh, powder up those pits of yours for that dry and cool feeling and if you’re good for it use a deodorant. Wear a simple perfume, make yourself simply handsome or beautiful and stroll to the chapel.
Don’t rush away after the service as this would defeat the purpose of you meeting some people, exchange contacts, share some knowledge and stay thankful for life, and to God.
5. Plan and Party:
I don’t want to seem boring because this is Sunday for crying out loud, yes you have to plan and all the serious things that have to do with serious life and hustling. But if you probably have a routine that has worked for you several times over, why change something that’s not damaged.
You’ve used your wardrobe time to check out your weekly wears and had them sorted, you go through your regular schedule and check for any additions or subtractions like if the next day was a public holiday.
Then the most important part is how to spend your evenings, most of the time I meet with the guys to watch a football match, several fixtures that run in till late in the evenings. You might have a party you’ve been invited to.
The last thing you want is to wake up on Monday morning and discover you just had a boring and uneventful Sunday. Its mind wrecking.
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