When I get days off of work, people think I want to hang out and 9 times out of 10 they're wrong. I have a list of things I want to do on my days off. No offense to my friends who I only see once or twice every month.
Sadly, yes. I have stuff at home that needs done because more likely than not I've already held it off as long as I possibly could and would want to. Housework is always first on my list.
2. Rewatch Supernatural.
Even though I have seen every episode at least four times, I love traveling the US with Sam and Dean fighting demons and monsters and love* having my heart broken over and over due to the writers killing off everyone I love. *Note sarcasm. It's just a show I can't stop watching.
3. Catch Up on YouTube Videos
As someone who loves watching YouTube, for the gamers, I try to keep up with the videos and content they upload for my own entertainment. I mean, I could watch them later, but I could easily watch four hours worth of videos from Crankgameplays and not notice.
No amount of sleep is ever enough, so why should I limit myself to only sleeping at night?
5. Watch movies with my family
Even though we usually only watch the same five movies on repeat, I love spending time with them as much as I can.
6. Read a book.
I have an entire bookshelf full of books that I want to eventually read. Although I tend to lean towards Harry Potter and Sherlock Holmes more than anything else, I will eventually get to the rest of my bookshelf.
7. Start a new tv series
I feel like there are so many tv series out there that I would find interesting. For example, I've heard a lot of good things about The Office and Park and Rec. So maybe I'll find interest in them.
8. Sit on my couch and scroll through social media
I'll be the first to admit that I have a problem when it comes to social media. I need to see if anything interesting is happening. Whether it be from a pregnancy announcement, a proposal, or just people arguing, I'm really nosey and want to know about everything.
9. Learn a new language
For years I've been wanting to learn a new language and actually remember something out of it. (Shout out to those four years of taking Spanish and only remembering to ask to use the bathroom). So, why not start on my day off?
10. Nothing. Absolutely nothing.
On my days off I just want to sit at home and do absolutely nothing. More likely than not, I would just lay in bed and do nothing, and I'm 100% okay with that. Who wouldn't be?