Things to do on a Saturday #3

Saturdays for me are important, because after a long, and often stressful week at work, it’s the only day of the week, where I normally don’t have to set an alarm, and don’t have to be anywhere in particular for a specific time. It’s the day that I get to unplug from my working week, so I get to break my regular routines, and run the day the way that I want to.

I don’t know about you, but although my Saturday’s tend to be my break from my standard routine, I do like find there are some things that help make my Saturday’s better, and one of them is planning my day in advance. By doing this I don’t end up wasting time doing random things like spending money on spontaneous shopping just because I was bored!

So what may help is getting some ideas on things to do, they can then be planned over the upcoming Saturday’s in advance, so you have a plan when Saturday arrives. It’s important to bear in mind that you may want to have some relaxing time on a Saturday. You may also want to do things that will help you to succeed in life or help your wellbeing.

In my blog posts today and future Saturday’s I’m going to give you some suggestions of things to do on a Saturday.

Suggestion #3 – Get your housework done!

I don’t know about you, but when working all day Monday to Friday, the last thing I want to do in the evening is to do any hoovering, dusting, cleaning, laundry, ironing etc. That means of course that by a weekend there is lots of housework needing done, so a Saturday morning is therefore a great time to do your housework.

For info I do often do some washing (laundry) during the week, particularly in the summer months when I can hang the washing outside to dry. However the majority of my other housework I do tend to leave until a Saturday.

Doing housework on a Saturday morning leaves the rest of a Saturday to rest and relax, while also meaning your house is looking sparkling clean for any weekend visitors you may have.

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