FIVE WAYS TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR WEEKENDS

 

Our weekends are precious. Apart from vacation time, they’re the only opportunity we have to relax, unwind and switch off from the pressures of work. But how much do you make of your two days away from the office? Do you normally use the weekend to catch up on your household jobs, to go grocery shopping and do the laundry? Or do you try to maximize your time and try something new? Here are five ways you can make the most of your weekends.

Meet up with friends and family

Although you probably try to meet up with friends and relatives during the week, it can often be difficult because maybe you have to work late or you’re just tired. So, once in a while, why not try to organize a weekend get-together? You could maybe go out for dinner on a Friday evening, leaving you the rest of the weekend to do other stuff. Or you could have a drinks party at your house on a Saturday night? Weekends are a perfect time to get social, to have fun and enjoy life.

 

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Get romantic

Weekends are not only for family and friends, of course. It’s also a time when you’re likely to be hanging out with your partner. Instead of doing the normal routine of shopping and a movie, or similar, why not surprise your partner by cooking a nice meal at home? Or maybe you could take them to an amazing restaurant for a night out or a weekend away?

Go to an event

If you’re looking for something a bit different to do on your days off, then check out online listings, guides and social media for events happening near you. Whether it’s going to see your favorite band, a theatre show or an exhibition, you’re sure to find there’s something that will get you interested; check out what’s available online at Ticket Sales.

 

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Do some sports

You may talk about trying to do it a lot, but how often do you actually get your sneakers on and do some sports? The weekend is a perfect time to work up a sweat, whether that’s playing tennis, baseball, volleyball, whatever takes your fancy. You can join a club and take part in a regular session. Or, if you don’t want to get so serious, why not organize some sports time with your friends?

Book a vacation

Getting on a plane to go away for the weekend may sound crazy, but it’s perfectly doable and, if you hunt around for bargain offers, can be affordable too. Check out web listings for last-minute deals or special offers for weekend trips. You could head off your mini vacation on Friday after work and come back on a Sunday evening, which gives you two full days to explore somewhere new. But don’t go crazy, booking a six-hour flight may be a bit over the top and tiring – leaving you more tired when you go back to work on the Monday than when you left on the Friday!

 

Adriana Oancea

CEO`s Assistant.

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