7 Things To Do On Your Day Off As Told By Spongebob
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7 Things To Do On Your Day Off As Told By Spongebob

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7 Things To Do On Your Day Off As Told By Spongebob

1. Sleep In

You've worked your butt off the past few days. You've put in a lot of work and a lot of hours. You deserve to sleep in, I promise. Once you get yourself up and you're totally not crabby or groggy because you got a full, restful, wonderful night's sleep, make some breakfast for yourself.

2. Go Shopping

All that hard-earned money has to go somewhere right? Maybe it's not the best idea to splurge when you have bills to pay and textbooks to purchase for school, but you probably deserve those jeans or those boots you've been oogling over for the past three or four months. Even something as small as some earrings you want or a new phone case is worth getting excited over.

3. Go To Your Favorite Coffee Shop

Go to Starbucks (like actually go into the store) with a book, order your favorite over-priced coffee beverage, sit down in one of the soft squishy chairs, and relax. If you're not into books, bring your laptop and watch an episode or two of your favorite show on Netflix. You'll have a little while to yourself, you'll get to relax, and you'll be able to sip on a delicious caffeinated beverage.

4. Go Swimming

Swimming is very relaxing and very fun! If the weather is nice, grab some friends and hit up the local pool, lake, ocean, whatever is easiest. If the weather isn't nice, indoor pools are always fun too. Nothing beats heading out on the boat, a jetski, or just hanging out on a floatie on a sunny summer day.

5. Get Your Tan On

Again, if weather permits, get out there and lay out in the sun. Throw on some sunscreen, your favorite tanning lotion, bronzer or whatever you prefer and get that summer glow for back-to-school season. I usually bring a book with me, my Bluetooth speaker and some snacks.

6. Binge Watch a Show

Start a new show on Netflix. You'll get invested in it and since you have the day off, you're totally in the clear to watch an entire season or two or three. I would highly recommend Orange is the New Black, How I Met Your Mother, Friends, That 70's Show and House of Cards.

7. Go See A Movie

If you can't find something that interests you on Netflix, grab your friend, sister, brother, mom, or SO and see something that looks good in theaters. Even if nothing really peaks your interest, it never hurts to look up reviews and ratings online and see whichever one did well in the box office.

Side Note: Marcus Theatres offer a $5 Tuesday deal which includes a free popcorn for rewards members and $2 hot dogs and candy.

So here's to you and your day off. Enjoy whatever you decide to do and remember you deserve it.

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