We all know Sunday is like no other day, you can sit on your bum all day glued to the countless episodes of Come Dine with Me whilst waiting for your Sunday roast and your mum isn’t allowed to
We all know Sunday is like no other day, you can sit on your bum all day glued to the countless episodes of Come Dine with Me whilst waiting for your Sunday roast and your mum isn’t allowed to moan at you. After-all, Sunday is the day of rest.
As I sit tucked up in my Sponge-bob duvet on a Sunday evening I give a little thought to the pretty successful day I just had—a nice long soak in the bath, watched an all-time favourite childhood film (Winnie the Pooh’s Most Grand Adventure), ate a beasty roast dinner and generally was downright lazy.
Sunday’s are the only time in the week where most normal people, unlike myself at this moment in time, have time to catch up on sleep, time with family and friends and maybe run a few errands. As it comes to the afternoon time is running out before another well-dreaded Monday morning and another crazy week commences. You must make the most of the last remaining hours, but what to do?!
Snuggle on the sofa
Grab your cosiest blanket, your comfiest onesie and plenty of fuel. Snuggle up on the sofa watching terrible TV and doing nothing else. (I recommend ‘The Real Housewives’ of various American states.)
Wash your car
If it’s a warm sunny day (or a freezing one but you think you can handle it) invite your mates over to have a go at sparkling up your car. MUCH more fun than cleaning your room that’s for sure!
Have quality time with your dog (whilst taking he/she for a walk)
Ever feel like you don’t quite make enough time for your dog? Well Sunday afternoons are your chance to make it up and take your hound for a long walk in the countryside or a park. The dog won’t know the difference.
Take a long hot soak in the bath
There is nothing more relaxing than hogging the bathroom for a good half an hour and laying in a hot bubble bath getting all pruney whilst reading 50 Shades of Grey…
Have a Harry Potter marathon (…or Lord of the Rings…or even Twilight)
Whatever franchise takes your fancy really, although I don’t recommend Twilight but if that’s what floats your boat… A marathon is guaranteed to take up the whole afternoon if not the whole day leaving no room for any hard labour at all. Perfection.
Bake cakes and eat them
Food in my eyes is always a winner, when bored I eat. Probably not the best idea with a scantily clad summer on the horizon but let’s not worry about that now. Making it yourself will give you a bit of satisfaction but if you’re not into slaving in the kitchen, then just head to Tesco and stock up on the naughtiest of treats.
Change your room around
Change is good. Ever get those midnight urges to redesign the layout of your room? Keep Sunday free next week and do it then, rather than potentially waking up your entire household from the thumping and scraping of humping furniture around. Watch an episode of Grand Designs or DIY SOS for some much needed inspiration and maybe throw in a fresh lick of paint too.
Catch up on some much needed studying
Nah, just kidding.
Ultimately Sunday afternoons were made for doing absolutely nothing (nothing important anyway). Have fun!!