The weekend is here! But it’s Friday. You work in an office, and you still have a few hours of work to go. What are you supposed to do? I’ve got the answer: smile and enjoy your life! Seriously, don’t let the fact that it’s not yet the weekend get you down. Take these tips from me, a person who doesn’t think about anything except for how much fun is worth having:
1. Play with a plate.
Now that you have some time to yourself, why not play with a plate? Here are some ideas:
- Play with the plate by itself.
- Play with the plate and a spoon.
- Play with the plate and a fork (this one is harder).
- Play with the plate and a knife (you won’t be able to cut anything, but still!).
2. Bake bread, and add chocolate chips.
- Bake bread, and add chocolate chips.
The best kind of bread to bake is banana bread because it’s so delicious and easy to make and you can eat it with butter or chocolate chips or both! The best kind of chocolate chip to add are dark ones, but if you don’t have any on hand, regular will do just fine. Here’s how you do it: Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (or 176 Celsius), and then mix together flour, sugar, baking soda and salt in a large bowl until they’re evenly distributed throughout each other. Now get out a second bowl that can hold all your ingredients nicely (I like using my foot) as well as some additional items such as eggs—one should be good enough—and mashed up bananas—you’ll need about two per person eating this treat later today…or tomorrow…or whenever else works for them too! After combining those ingredients together into one big mass by folding them over themselves repeatedly until fully combined (about 1-2 minutes depending upon who’s doing it), add the mixture back into itself again just once more before pouring everything out on top of two 9×5 loaf pans lined with parchment paper sheets so they won’t stick while baking later on down there inside those hot ovens where temperatures reach upwards towards 200 degrees Fahrenheit within about 20 minutes after being introduced into said environment without any problems whatsoever whatsoever whatsoever at all times during operation operation time frame period frame period frame-period–period?
3. Read my blog post about 5 more fun things you can do on a Friday afternoon.
- Read my blog post about 5 more fun things you can do on a Friday afternoon.
This is a great way to relax and enjoy yourself, especially if you’re feeling down or stressed out because of your job or the economy. Plus, it’s nice to know that even when life gets tough, there are still fun things we can do on Fridays!
In this article I’ll be covering 5 easy but enjoyable activities for people who don’t have much time during the weekdays but want some ways to relax after work on Fridays: 1) playing board games with coworkers 2) watching funny videos online 3) listening to music 4) hanging out with friends 5) taking care of pets
4. Play solitaire while listening to music.
- Play solitaire while listening to music.
Why: It’s a fun game, and it’s also a good way to pass time on an afternoon when you have nothing else to do. If you’re looking for something relaxing, playing solitaire is the perfect activity for you. It’s also a great way of having fun on a Friday afternoon!
5. Make a list of 101 things that make you happy.
Making a list of 101 things that make you happy is a great way to get your mind off the negative aspects of life and make it easier for you to focus on the positive ones. The next time you’re feeling down, take out your list of things that make you happy and read through it. Alternatively, if something happens during the day that makes you angry or sad, write it down on your list. You may be surprised at how much easier it is for those emotions to dissipate when they’re written down rather than left inside your head!
These tips will help you have fun at any time, not just on Friday afternoon!
Have fun on a Friday afternoon? That’s great! But don’t limit yourself to just one day of the week. Don’t wait for Friday to have fun, don’t wait for Friday to be happy, and definitely don’t wait for Friday to be creative. Don’t even limit yourself to Fridays; this kind of thinking will keep you from experiencing joy in your everyday life and relationships.
In addition, it’s important not to view productivity as separate from creativity; they’re two sides of the same coin—you can come up with more ideas if you work hard every day instead of waiting until “the weekend” rolls around as a special occasion when everyone gets together and suddenly becomes unusually productive (and then returns back into their normal state).
I hope these tips have inspired you to have a relaxing and fun Friday, no matter what you decide to do. If you can’t think of anything else, just follow these 5 easy steps!