101 Things to Do instead of Voting

1. Go hunting.

2. Go to museums.

3. Plan to go to school.

4. Fly a plane.

5. Make a gift for someone.

6. Entertain.

7. Relax.

8. Go hiking.

9. Play tennis.

10. Sightsee or go people watching.

11. Meet new people.

12. Ride a motorcycle.

13. Buy gifts.

14. Sing around the house.

15. Think about past trips.

16. Think about pleasant events.

17. Go camping.

18. Go to a party.

19. Go for a drive.

20. Do arts and crafts.

21. Go skating.

22. Have class reunions.

23. Lie in the sun.

24. Eat.

25. Knit.

26. Think about buying things.

27. Go on a date.

28. Go swimming.

29. Play rugby.

30. Eat gooey, fattening foods.

31. Recall past parties.

32. Do something spontaneously.

33. Dance.

34. Sleep.

35. Go out to dinner

36. Think about getting married.

37. Tweet.

38. Go to the rugby.

39. Think about having a family.

40. Go sail boating

41. Go jogging.

42. Do something new.

43. Play cards.

44. Make lists of tasks.

45. Solve riddles mentally.

46. Do a full day’s work.

47. Have family get-togethers.

48. Say “I love you”.

49. Have a nice day.

50. Buy books.

51. Watch TV.

52. Clean or organise.

53. Go on vacation

54. Splurge.

55. Fantasise about the future.

56. Think about God.

57. Teach.

58. Remember the words and deeds of loving people.

59. Collect old things.

60. Daydream.

61. Play soccer.

62. Have an aquarium.

63. Work on your car or bike.

64. Refinish furniture.

65. Go to the beauty parlor or nail salon.

66. Doodle.

67. Watch YouTube.

68. Go horseback riding.

69. Play guitar.

70. Have a political discussion.

71. Dress up and look nice.

72. Recycle old items.

73. Get a massage.

74. Think how it will be when you finish studying.

75. Spend an evening with good friends.

76. Reflect on how you’ve improved.

77. Travel to national parks.

78. Collect things.

79. Listen to the radio.

80. Do hobbies.

81. Have discussions with friends.

82. Make memes.

83. Play musical instruments.

84. Talk on the phone.

85. Do some gardening.

86. Cook or bake.

87. Kiss.

88. Paint.

89. Think “I did that pretty well” after doing something.

90. Go to a movie.

91. Soak in the bath tub.

92. Light candles.

93. Watch boxing or wrestling.

94. Buy clothes.

95. Go white-water canoeing.

96. Think about becoming active in the community.

97. Listen to others.

98. Think you’re a person who can cope.

99. Do needlepoint, quilting, etc.

100. Repair things around the house.

101. Plan a day’s activities.

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