There are two days at the end of every week that are meant just for you. They are eagerly anticipated come Friday afternoon and sorely missed by Sunday night. It is in those two days that you get to put aside your work and focus on you. So why is it, that most of our weekends are spent going to the same restaurants, bars or even just staying at home?
Here are four simple ways to break your old weekend routine with a little help from our team at Chillwall.
Explore your city beyond what you already know
It is no mystery that we are creatures of habit, which means that we will likely take part in weekend activities that are familiar to us. There is nothing wrong with sticking to your weekend plans, but you also might be missing out on some amazing experiences right in your city. At Chillwall, we want to help you discover what is beyond your weekend routine.
Challenge yourself to step outside your comfort zone
With this being said, ditching your routine will only work if you are willing to step outside of what feels normal to you. The best excitement comes from a place where you are willing to jump into a new experience. Whether you’re in the mood for free yoga lesson or a rock show, Chillwall provides you with latest in current local and global events.
Everything is better with friends
One of the easiest ways to break out of old routine is to do it alongside friends. Sharing new experiences and making memories are what weekends are for! Suggest new events you find with your group of friends and see how many will jump on board.
Spend less time posting and more time going
We at Chillwall believe that the best experiences waiting to be had are out there in the ‘real world’, not just inside of your smartphone. With that being said, we understand, pick and choose whichever events you want to go to and we will get you there in no time. You can even pin events for next weekend too!
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Written by Bronwyn Schnurr