|A perfect fall afternoon for reading on my balcony!|
Here's my list!:
-Join a book club. I want to expand my horizons on what I read, so what better way? I joined an all girl book club and we have our first meeting soon. I feel like a nerd, but I'm excited!
-Take free online courses. I mean LEGIT free, good online courses! Why should I let my brain go to mush now that I've graduated college? I registered for some classes on Coursera. Seriously, if you haven't checked this site out you should! Professors from Stanford, Johns Hopkins, and Princeton (to name a few!) teach a variety of courses to people all across the world FOR FREE!! A list of the current courses . I signed up for a intro to sociology, and intro to irrational behavior.
- Join a (specialized) gym. I've decided that I'm tired of just going to a gym. I hate running on a treadmill, and I never know what to do with weights so WHY am I spending $50+ on a gym membership every month? Not to mention I have a weight room at my disposal when I go to work. I'm looking for a gym that can teach me how to learn a skill. Boxing, self defense ect. This is could be a very valuable tool in my everyday life.
-Join a running group. Motivation, accountability, and exercise. What more do I need?!
-Clean my junk corner in my bedroom. I've lived in my apartment for over two months now. I need to stop ignoring my heap of crap in the corner and sort it out.
-Organize my closet/get rid of stuff I don't need. two plus months is too long to let me closet sit with everything just shoved in it. I need order!
Those are just a few of my ideas thus far. I plan on adding to the list. What would be on your list? I would love to hear what your ideas are or have been when you have been in a similar rut as me. Did you stick to your guns and do 'em all? Which ones seemed to be the most successful for you?