A rainy day hits and you suddenly have no idea what to do with the day. Do not fret-utilize one of the indoor ideas listed below to fill your rainy day boredom with nonstop fun!
What’s better than warm sugar cookies or brownies on a cold, rainy day? Browse through the dusty cookbooks on your kitchen shelf and find a few good recipes. Then, scour the pantry and fridge for ingredients to execute the recipe(s) of choice. Even if you cannot locate the exact ingredients required, try out your own version and see how it comes out!
Organize Your Closet
Take advantage of the time at home by being productive. Go through your entire closet of clothes and make a separate pile for items to be donated to Goodwill. Not only will your closet look nicer, you will be giving to a good cause, too.
On rainy days, it feels like you have all the time in the world. Why not play a neverending game of Monopoly, Life or Risk?
And I don’t mean e-mail. Pull out the old pen and stationary and write hand-written letters to long-distance family members or friends. Besides, when is the last time you sent a letter via “Snail Mail?”
Arts & Crafts
Browse magazines or the Internet to find some original arts and craft ideas. With the holidays rolling around, find some great holiday craft ideas at http://www.craftideas.info/.
Pop some popcorn, sit back on the couch, and enjoy an all-day movie or TV marathon. Harry Potter or True Blood, anyone?
Wrap Holiday Presents
Dreading the annual gift-wrapping madness? Get it started and finished in the course of just one rainy day!
You can’t go wrong curled up by the fireplace with a nice book and a steaming hot mug of cocoa, coffee or tea. If you do not have a fireplace, snuggle up beneath a wool blanket on the couch.
When boredom hits, what better time to activate the creative juices? Sit down at the computer and start typing out a list story ideas to develop into a short story, article, novel or screenplay.
Pull out your photo albums and take a trip down memory lane. Compile your collection of photographs to create a new scrapbook. Even if you are not into scrapbooking, you will still enjoy looking through old photographs and reminiscing about the good times.