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13 Things To Do When Your WiFi Is Down

Sometimes you just have to make do!

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13 Things To Do When Your WiFi Is Down
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A couple of days ago, my home's WiFi stopped working. I didn't panic initially because normally I can fix it by unplugging and restarting the router. Unfortunately, that did not help at all. My mom called AT&T and they said the earliest a support service man could come fix it was 4 days later. We were both frustrated because "4 days was way too long."

This made me think about all the things I wasn't going to be able to do while at home this week. My phone's data was almost used up for the month so I couldn't even use my phone.

I was stuck.

Instead of freaking out, I decided that it wouldn't be so bad. I could spend my time doing other things like:

1. Read A Book

I'm a huge bookworm, so this is an easy one for me! Maybe even put up a hammock and read in it!

2. Paint Or Draw

I always forget how much fun it is to paint a canvas or doodle whatever I can think of.

3. Go For A Bike Ride

Since it is summer, the days are pretty nice weather-wise. I have a park nearby my house that I can ride my bike around and enjoy the outdoors.

4. Visit With Family

I am very close to my grandparents because they live right up the street from me. I frequently stop by to visit with them when I'm bored. They are always happy to see me.

5. Watch Live TV

Now, I know no WiFi means no Netflix... but you can still watch live TV. I've been watching "Friends" on TBS every day!

6. Bake A Dessert

Baking is an easy way to kill an hour or so. My favorite desserts to bake are brownies and chocolate chip cookies. Basic, I know.

7. Go Shopping With A Friend

Why not get out of the house and take a trip to the mall! That's what I did this week! Shopping is always a fun way to spend an afternoon.

8. Write A Short Story

I personally like to write, so this week I started on a new short story. If you have never tried this before, I recommend it! Use your creativity and write something unique!

9.Take A Bubble Bath

Everybody loves a bubble bath with bath bombs, right?

10. Walk Your Dog

My dog isn't really one who likes walks, but most dogs love them. So, this is a way to get outside and spend time with your pup!

11. Play Board Games

Playing board games with family is always super fun! Some of my favorites are LIFE, Yahtzee, and Balderdash!

12. Paint Your Nails

I love having my nails painted but never take the time to actually paint them. I figured since I had the time, I would. Now my nails look nice and freshly painted.

13. And If All Else Fails... Take A Nap

I am the QUEEN of naps. Napping is the easiest thing in the world for me to do and is a sure-fire way to kill time!

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