10 things instead of watching TV

Got problems with your signal? Instead, here are 10 fun things to do.

  1. We don’t sleep nearly enough. Get into the habit of sleeping early. Set up a relaxing nighttime routine and be patient. After a few days, your internal and external clocks will be in sync. Try to limit screen time and bright light 30 to 45 minutes before bedtime to get your circadian clocks moving in the right direction for sleep.
  2. Quality Time. Spend quality time with your family, friends, children, pets, neighbours or yourself. Nothing beats quality time for bonding, learning, growing, talking, and pampering yourself and others.

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  1. Use your mind to play a game of cards or a board game. Try a word jumble, crossword puzzle or sudoku. Create a jigsaw. Meditate! You can do anything you like that is good for your mind. When you’ve decided it’s time to get your TV signal back, consider TV aerial installation Tewkesbury from steveunettaerials.co.uk/our-services/aerial-services/tv-aerial-repair/tv-aerial-repair-tewkesbury
  2. Create something. Draw. Paint. Colour. Garden. Sing. Make something that makes you happy.
  3. Cook from Scratch. Spend the time you would have spent watching television on learning to cook the dish you always wanted to. Or, simply enjoy the cooking process. You should take your time when chopping up vegetables, measuring ingredients and cooking in general. Give yourself the time you need to enjoy and be in tune with your food. You will enjoy eating something you have taken the time to make and that you also enjoyed making.

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  1. Go for a Walk. In the nicer weather, go for a lovely evening stroll. Be with Nature. Try taking different paths to see what you find. Allow the route to flow in the moment and you might be surprised by what treasures you discover along the way.
  2. Exercise. Stop watching TV to free up time for exercise. Take a swim, go for a bike ride or visit the gym. Take advantage of this opportunity to use your yoga mat and exercise videos.
  3. Try something new. No hobby to call your own? Learn something new in a class: pottery, painting, knitting, dancing, singing, music, writing or Tai Kwon Do. There are so many options!
  4. Read. Magazines, old letters or journals, a book, a newspaper, anything that you like. Try writing instead if you don’t feel like reading.
  5. Find a way to volunteer. Use your spare time to help your community and the Earth. Selfless service and spreading love are the best ways to grow your heart.

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