Walk in the woods or in a park. Breathe deeply.
Head out and spend the evening old-school/no screen: go bowling, play pool, ping pong.
Sit with your spouse, friend, or child. Ask each other the same question: “How are you, REALLY?” Listen, and connect.
Get to the gym or go for a run.
Create a vision board.
Kick off a new hobby.
Brainstorm a trip that you want to take in 2019. On paper, write out ideas, locations, travelling partners.
Make a bucket list of things to do in the next 5 years. Put them on post-it notes. Stick them up in your closet.
Select a random recipe, shop for the ingredients, and cook. Or make your favorite recipe from your childhood and re-live the memories it sparks.
Print off Arthur Aron’s 36 questions. Sit with someone you love – or want to love – and do them. You’ll thank us later.
Spend quality time re-sparking intimacy with your sig-o, or have a deep talk with a friend about why modern love is so damn hard.
Grab some friends and one of these board games.
Select one random book from your bookshelf, and spend some quality time with it.
Sit with your thoughts. Sit until you feel calm. Then sit some more.
Paint, draw, mold some clay, connect to your artistic side again.
Pick up a musical instrument and play badly, but with abandon.