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The definition of boring is dull or not interesting. The following is a list of 20 things that can definitely make any day more interesting. Some of them are silly, while some are more meaningful, so hopefully just reading the list makes your life less boring and sparks your creativity.

What would he or she want to do right now? Eat with your hands? Give yourself permission to play. They also keep things so simple, and we can really stand to be reminded of this and stop allowing ourselves to get bogged down in boring details.

Scroll through the contacts in your phone, stop on a random one and call the person. We all have a few ideas on this list. I promise you will feel amazing after and anything but bored. Find a bench in a crowded area centers of transportation like airports, bus stops and train stations are great for this! OK, depending on your interests, this one might actually be boring. If you love learning, art or different cultures though, this one is for you! Then start taking your first step to make what you want happen.

Kev Costello via unsplash. If you are a man, the chances are slim that you have a tribe of good friends. As men we tend to become isolated. Women, in spite of their natural ability to connect to other women, in our tech age are also losing deep friendships.

You may have hundreds of social media friends. But how many of them can you call at 2 AM to help you in a crisis? I started out in a small Vermont town. Everyone knew you… and your business.

There were not many places to hide. I felt secure in knowing others were watching out for me. I can remember years ago living in Phoenix sobbing as I read a Vermont Life magazine article.

In that moment I longed for community and close friends. Not having close friends since high school, I created a plan to develop them. We are helping other men start groups and develop deep friendships. The core of what we learned was the ROC formula: Relax, Open and Connect. They are the first three strategies to generating close friends. There were not many places to hide, and I felt secure in knowing others were watching out for me. We live in a world that continues to run faster with more to do.

Your nervous system starts to habituate to that pace along with all those around you. Once you begin to accept and experience your pace you can start to relax. In relaxing, you may feel anxious. This is a lifelong process. You need to start to see results. Mindfulness is a great tool to speed the development of this skill. By slowing down, you are more able to do the next skill.

Once you begin to accept your body, mind and emotional experiences you have more room to open up to being vulnerable to others.

With vulnerability you are real, you are human. Sure, some will not like you. Once you relax and open, you are ready to reach out to connect to another. If vulnerability is the key, connecting is the door. When you step through your fears to reach out to another while being present and vulnerable, you upped your game.

Shifting from being passive to active by moving forward to connect has you give up some control. Sure you can connect from your hyper-persona, but you know what that will get you.

If you want more friends sooner, apply these three steps tomorrow. This is critical to the ROC formula and friendships. To the extent you feel unsafe your physiology will shift into its survival state. If you feel unsafe, there is a good chance the other person feels unsafe. You can push your way through by denying your physical and emotional feelings.

Or you could slow down to allow yourself to feel the lack of safety AS your risk to move forward towards connecting. A safe space is the fertile soil for friendship.

When you slow down to connect to the kinds of friends you want you are more likely to create them. Rather than hoping, you get clear so you can create a plan. If you want friends that enjoy nature, hanging in bars may not be the place to meet them. Joining a hiking club would set you up to meet nature lovers.

With clarity comes taking a stand for what you want. Sure, a good friend is there for another when he or she is not receiving from the other. You know what I mean. When you see his caller ID, you hesitate to pick up. If you fill your life with relationships that suck you dry you will have no room for those that can nourish you. Start saying what you truly feel and want. Sometimes the truth will set one of these people free. Others speak of having good boundaries.

I say fill your boundaries with all of your feelings and wants. Be courageously authentic and the need to work on strong boundaries will be irrelevant. Those that you would want will be attracted to you. We are attracted to people who have a purpose in life. We read books and see movies about people who stand up for something that puts them at risk. Go for more than finding your passion. Explore what you want to live and die for. The more you enjoy your own company, the more others will. The more you enjoy being by yourself the less you have misplaced needs.

We instinctually and biologically, let alone psychologically, need others. I am speaking about being OK with your own company. We are social animals; we are hungry for connection. We want to be heard and witnessed, not analyzed and lectured to. The next time you find yourself not being heard or see yourself go into problem-solving mode, slow down. Use the ROC formula to reorient. Back away from seeing the person as a problem. Listen less for understanding and more for connection.

Encourage the person to express vulnerable feelings with your actions and words. If it feels right, you may touch the person. Research proved that touch is a powerful connector that can immediately tell someone they are OK. When a situation has intensity and possibly perceived danger we will move beyond our hesitations to reach out for help.

Studies were down during the bombing of London in the Second World War. Rather than people fighting each other for the limited resources they bonded together to share. Going on a strenuous hike with another can cement a friendship. Maybe you got lost. Once you rediscover the trail, you start laughing at all the mistakes you both made. Those mistakes become your shorthand to remind each other about the experience and how good it felt.

We need predictability in our lives. In lieu of no positive rituals, our unconscious will use negative rituals. A couple may have a date night every week. Through the week each person, rather than daydream about the last argument, can reflect on their weekly date that will be relaxing and connecting.

Plan activities with friends that bring you closer.

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So put on your sassiest jeans, throw on a bit of lipstick, and make a date with a friend. If you're single, wearing the jeans and lipstick will make you feel confident, and men and women feel confident energy from a mile away! Every two weeks, schedule a day or night to get out into the world and do something fun. Check out CitySearch or another local website for events in your area!

If you're in a place where not much can get a rise out of you, it's time to exercise that laugh muscle and get happy! If laughing seems like a challenge, you may be suffering from a bout of depression or other psychological ailment. After consulting a psychological professional for more serious concerns, try heading to a comedy store, watching your favorite laugh-out-loud movie, or setting a lunch date with an old friend who's always had the knack for tickling your funny bone.

Rent 40 Year Old Virgin with an old friend and pop some popcorn as you prepare to laugh your buns off! Shopping online has become the ultimate home convenience. Believe me, I know how nice it is to shop with the click of a mouse and have groceries delivered to your front door.

Having an eight-year-old son who's involved in more activities than one mom can handle, it's a convenience that can truly come in handy. That said, it can actually be fun activity to get out and shop! The ability to touch, feel, and smell the very thing that you will buy gives you the confidence that your purchase is worthwhile. Not to mention that heading out to shop gives you opportunities to meet people with similar tastes and interests. When you're in a store you love, step out of your comfort zone and ask the person next to you what they think of the couch color or t-shirt design that you're considering buying.

Make an effort to do your shopping outside of the home at least four times a week. Even if you live in Los Angeles, you should work to cut out any unnecessary driving from your schedule. How boring does is it to drive your car to a place that would take you 10 minutes to walk or 5 minutes to bike? Believe it or not, experiencing the outdoors does not have to be a special occasion or a grand event.

Running errands can become a joyous experience in nature. Walking or biking opens up the opportunity to discover interesting people and to open your eyes and ears to the world around you. The next time you have a quick errand to run around town, get a little fresh air and ride your bike. It's such a great way to get a bit of exercise, see sights you didn't know existed, and save a bit of gas, too.

Take your bike to the local bike store for a checkup and start riding! If you stay at home all day with your children, there are plenty of options that can get you out of the house! Set up a playdate with friend, or find one with your neighborhood or on meetup. The best part about hanging out together, besides getting out of the house, is that you can exchange invaluable tips and hand-me-downs with mothers of slightly older or younger babies.

Some libraries have book clubs with read-alouds, and there are probably many other activities appropriate for very young children that are available in your neighborhood. If you head straight home after dropping your son or daughter off at school and find yourself anticipating nothing more than turning on the tube for a little trash TV, it's time to switch things up a bit and make a change in your daily schedule.

Staying at home is associated with weight gain, and if that is the case, it's even more reason to get up and out of the house—a little movement will paradoxically make you feel much more energetic.

It's time to just say no to the staying-at-home rut and prepare yourself to do things a little differently. If you have little ones at home with you, check out your local community center for "mommy and me" classes or an hour or two of childcare.

Why not work toward learning a new skill or perfecting a hobby? Check out the classes at the local community college. There are so many low-cost and even free options available in most communities that staying home during the day is not a necessity anymore. Go to a neighborhood playgroup this week or get your local community center newsletter and find a class that interests you. You have one week to find it and sign up for the next session! As you get out into the world, you will start to discover what brings you passion.

You will be faced with opportunities that you didn't know existed. You will start to know yourself like you never had before. It's amazing how simple steps toward living your life abundantly will get you closer to knowing what your purpose is on this planet.

Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. When I read this, I think this article describes me, and to be honest, I'm alright with it. I'm an introvert, and I have loved ones around me who love me for me.

Still, it's an interesting article. Hi there, thanks for your hub! I'm a stay-at-home mom and I'm constantly looking for things to break up the monotony. I'm grateful that I can stay home with my children, but it does get mundane at times! Definitely thinking about joining a mommy group like you were mentioning! Setting up a playdate with a friend is always fun, too. I love going shopping with my kids, too, even if it is a challenge at times!

Guys, learn to meditate. Your life will change drastically. I recommend 'isha kriya'. I guess my life is kinda boring but how can you blame me? Even though I work, I pretty much live paycheck to paycheck and rarely have enough money to go out and have fun movies, amusement parks, clubs, taking a trip someplace.

Sometimes I never go to other people's houses because of gas. I guess trying to be fun for the most part cost money. This is a spell caster I contacted 2 weeks ago. I have been scammed initially by other spell casters of almost a thousand of dollars. I am not rich, I work my ass off for this hard earned money. He is so honest and sticks to his promises.

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This article is pretty accurate in that people are doing life with less physical face to face interaction. Except there's one thing: I live in LA, and I never drive anywhere.

I like to drink the boredom away. A nice ale in the morning really sets my day up. If im lucky i can get really lit and watch old 80s sitcoms. I hide from my neghbors and feel bad for my family that im not where im suppose to be right now. I lost two beautiful children, i gave them up to drink.

Now im left with the broken pieces and i cant find any reason to feel good about what's happened. It sucks and i would give anything to be bored with a husband and my children with me.

Being Married and have kids was my ultimate achievement once. But now I feel lost without friends to share my laughter with. I was a very interesting and happy person once and now all that are gone. Wonder what went wrong. My routine each day is just send kids to school and pick them up home. Prepare meal and watch Tele. Love to shop but lately we are in financial difficulties so have not shop for clothing for more than 6 months now. Should I blame my hubby who had been working his ass out just to provide us with great food and nice home.

Well I guest that isn't all that matter now. Sometimes I need someone to talk to and that is lacking in him. He came back either too tired or too sleepy and hardly have time to have a nice good conversation with me. We only talk about our kids. Wow by reading these posts I was entertained but bored again lol.

I am bored as hell but praying helps me n hoping ill be in a better place than this injustice world! However I'm male and therefore wholly unwanted in every aspect of society.

Can't just throw makeup on and enjoy a night out of people hitting on me. I agree with so many people here, life for me has just lost its zest, its spark that was once there. I think i truly believe that the spark wa never really there but it 'felt' there. Ok, everybody gets their good days and bad, but my days Nothing really excites me anymore.

I really thirst to do something completely random, exciting, adventurous! Not something scary or thrilling but just something to take me out of this gloomy bubble i feel day to day.

I think I've been down for quite a while, 3 years ago my father was diagnosed with a terminal disease. Couple of months ago he died I'm healthy, I like to keep fit, I exercise everyday, I love going for walks, going out for dinner, spending time and talking to people but even then I mean sometimes i think about it so deeply when im alone. We're all going to die one day so what's the point? What's the point of anything? No matter what you do, in the end you're just going to be long lost and forgotten anyway.

To add to this depressive crappy philosophy as well is that everyone dies alone, you are alone in life and nobody could really give a shit about u. That's not entierly true for one like family and friends but in the end I mean you're on your own. You have to do everything yourself and life is hard, life is getting worse, we have to deal with so much BS.

On top of that you feel lonley, extremely lonley, u feel no one can really connect with you. You're married and you got loving family but most of them are away from you and your marriage isn't as great as you thought it would be.

The feeling of lonliness is just endless, everyday when you wake up you try to find a valid reason to actually get out of bed, you go to bed at night with a heavy heart and you sleep with a heavy heart. Dreams and sleeping are short lived, but you get some peace. Every minute of waking life is just plain, mundane, boring. Its not like that all the time and i guess you have to try something to try to improve it but i look around and i see how society these days as well is just heading more and more for the freakin dump.

All what young people today care about is partying, drinking, sex etc, you can't have a decent conversation about normal stuff with people anymore because they'd think you're just weird or a freak.

Doing the wrong stuff is considered good and something to be proud of. Since turning 20 which was 2 years ago my life started feeling absolutely bullshit and don't get me wrong, i appreciate life so much.

I am thankful im here, thankful i have my health, thankful for food and shelter but why do i feel this way??? Everyday its the same thing, one of my best friends from high school committed suicide last year too, she hung herself in her apartment completely alone, and she died alone.

She felt so alone and nobody understood her or couldn't even care. I was out of the country and had lost contact with her for some time. I met met her in town tho a few week before she died, we exchanged a warm hug and mobile numbers and agreed to meet eachother but it was never to be. In a way i don't blame her that she commit suicide. Personally i would never do it but she went through so much BS and for what?

Her parents through her out when she was young, she lived in homeless shelter, got in with some drugs but was never a real drug taker, a sweet innocent, down to earth girl, someone i loved and could always put me in stitches with laughter.

I miss her, she's buried now 10 minutes away from my house in a grave yard, i see her now just as a headstone and i think one day we're all just gonna be buried under the ground and i think Its getting worse, people's principles and morals are getting totally screwed up. I stay away really from mainstream music and movies seem to seriously suck ass where all its about is a fake cheap ass joke about boobs, pussy, sex, terrorists, dick, ass and more ass.

Fuck this fucked up world we are living in, I just want to go some place else, some place where people don't think like fucking idiots. I know that alot of people are like minded as i am but its such a shame i feel this way and im only People would think im complaining or its my fault, im not saying it isn't but there is something seriously wrong if i say i feel like getting out of this crappy world, to just escape some where else.

If i could go back to the 70's, 80's or even 90's id feel life would actually be bearable perhaps. I miss that era. Life today is seriously bullshit for young people. I have been married for 8 years and my life is dam boring. I've grown up with drugs, alcohol, fights, good times, bad times Life does get boring if you let it. What you put into your life you get out of it. You had kids, you make the best of it even if it gets boring you change the surroundings a little everyday like maybe change your diet or your daily routine Instead of going to bed at 12 go to bed at 9.

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