Here are 34 tried and true ways to kill your boredom… or at least occupy your time until something better comes along.
- Tackle Your To-Do List.
- Clean Out the Garage.
- Take a Nap.
- Cook Something New.
- Write a Letter to Your Congressperson.
- Take Up a Cause.
- Educate Yourself.
How can I cure my boredom?
Here are some tricks I’ve found to help expose the real culprit behind a feeling of boredom and get back to your normal self:
- Figure out what you really want to do.
- Nuke procrastination.
- Get your compass straight.
- Put off your boredom.
- Learn something new.
- Cut off distractions.
- Fill schedule holes.
Is boredom a sign of depression?
Boredom and Depression
Boredom is often cited as a symptom of depression, but may also be a trigger. A study published online in PLoS One linked long hours and job strain to depression. As famously characterized in Dilbert, office jobs can be particularly dull and lead to poor emotional health.
How can I kill time at home?
If you want to do pass time in home
- Cut your nails.
- Oil on door bends to remove sounds.
- See your educational, professional documents.
- Sleep and imagine your bright future.
- Switch on TV and watch “Taarak Mehta Ka Ulta Chasma” on sab TV.
- Stand in front of the mirror and talk to yourself.
- Read everything on newspaper.
Can boredom kill you?
Annie Britton and Martin Shipley of University College London caution that boredom alone isn’t likely to kill you — but it could be a symptom of other risky behavior like drinking, smoking, taking drugs or having a psychological problem.
Photo in the article by “Wikipedia”