Top 5+1 Activities To Make Your Life More Interesting And Meaningful (Guest Post)

Don’t we all strive for doing something interesting every single day? Don’t we all get up from bed thinking today would be awesome?

I am sure we all believe that. But what are the things that we can do all day long to make our lives more interesting, meaningful, and full of fun? So here in this post, I have listed down the top 5+1 simple activities which can make our everyday life awesome!

  1. Do Some Chop-Chop!

Yes, you heard me correct. Don’t know cooking? No worries. Why don’t you help your mother with cutting some veggies?  This will help you release some dopamine and you will definitely feel good. And if you know a bit of cooking then, my friend, make something delicious for your family. They will be thrilled and so will you!

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  1. Peekaboo! Surprise Your Old Books

Sometimes we grow up by forgetting those small things that made our earlier days so much special and memorable. From childhood, books have been a constant companion as we paved our way towards adulthood. It is always great fun to peep through your old books’ shelf. You would realize there are so many memories hidden within every nook and corner of your old books. Who knows, you might come across some love letters from your high school sweetheart!

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  1. Set Up Home Plants

The idea of home plants is growing rapidly. You don’t even need to go out and buy these items. Just lookout for some beautiful plants from your garden or someplace nearby. Take out some cool pots, unused for a long time, from your store. And use your creativity while arranging these home plants all-around your dining, bedroom, kitchen, and even washroom.

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  1. Call Up Your Old Buds!

It is always special to call up your buddies with whom you haven’t had a talk for a long time. When you do that, you would feel so much happiness and joy which cannot be compared with anything else. Your old pals know you better than anyone on this planet. You have shared everything with them, starting from your first break-up sad story to going out on a long drive with your first newly bought car. Just remember what you can’t share with your closed ones, even parents, you can easily do that to your old buds. And they would always welcome you with your hands wide open.

  1. Knock-Knock the Artist inside You

You need not go to an art school to be good at drawing, painting & sketching to be an artist. You can literally do anything and everything to wake up the creative you from within. Well, you can make some paper boats with colourful papers and showcase on your shelf. There are plenty of people who doodle on any sheet of paper using whatever they can get nearby and convert it into a unique piece of creativity.

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Arkaprabha Das is the Founder & Editorial Chief at The Strong Traveller. He has always been a man of many caps. Apart from being an MBA professional, he is a full-time freelance writer and possesses the mind & heart of a true entrepreneur! You can always reach out to him at thestrongtraveller@gmail.com.

 

45 thoughts on “Top 5+1 Activities To Make Your Life More Interesting And Meaningful (Guest Post)

  1. Keeping in touch with friends, absolutely essential! And as for drawing, I have no idea, if we enjoyed art that we let it go as we grow up….maybe we feel compelled not to because of more urgent responsibilities….drawing and colouring for that matter are very therapeutic, so if you like that, then keep doing it.

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    1. Friends are really a great source of inspiration, indeed!

      You know, I have a particular thought about drawing, I mean ‘visual art’ as a whole. Though we grow up as mature human beings, sometimes the children within us want to play with colourful crayons or to draw on any piece of sheets we have nearby. But it is us who restrict ourselves with many rules, guidelines and responsibilities. Sometimes, letting go a little bit of your daily mundane habits helps us a lot to be happy and have fun times.

      We all have our individual choices how can we make our lives more interesting and meaningful. This guest post would work just as a catalyst for some of them! 🙂

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    1. Hey Shweta, it’s really great to know that you’ve resumed writing and called up your friends!

      Myself being a freelance writer, writing has become a part and parcel of my life.

      If I don’t write someday, I feel really bad. It helps me to calm my mind and focus on my life. And most importantly, it makes my life really interesting and meaningful every single day!

      🙂

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  2. Really great ideas! I’ve been tapping into my childhood by reading old favourites and doing some doodling. It helps you let go of worries, if anything else. When you were a kid everything was so new and fresh, and I try to look for that now. Stay safe 🙂

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  3. Hey Pooja! I am impressed and inspired by the work that you do and how supportive you are even to the little bloggers like me. I have nominated you for the Liebster Award over on my brand new blog post. You should see it! 😊

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  4. Thought the post was great combo of sense and fun. Keeping mind and body active but remembering to rest as well.
    I try to keep to a pattern of ‘active – passive – active …’ through the day, so I’ll do crafts / art / mindfulness / walking / houseworky-type stuff / writing / etc.
    Thank you for sharing ideas.

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