I've been a bit bored with all of my free time. It's been about six weeks since graduating college and there's only so much Netflix you can watch before you're sick of everything electronic. So with my free time, I've decided to: 1. Pick up a little internship work. I'll be doing marketing/social media work for a local business. It'll be about 10 hours a week, which is enough to break up some of the monotony, but little enough to still give me free time. And bonus, it'll go on my resume!
2. Start (and hopefully finish) a summer reading list. I know, it's a bit late in the summer to do this, but it's only July 1st. I haven't used my Goodreads account in a while, so I'm going to use that to find some books to read.
3. Go over my resume again. I had it pretty great, but once I graduated college, I had to update a few things on it. It's something that can be easy to forget, and while I always go over my resume before I send it out, it's good to go over it before you need to.
Side note, go over LinkedIn profile. Some of that information was outdated and needed to be updated.
4. Work more around the house. I'm going to paint a wall in my room, and paint a stall in our barn. Neither are very hard, but it'll take some time. There are some other projects I hope to do later this summer as well.
5. See a few places in Washington State. I want to go to the Ape Caves by Mt. St. Helens, go to the Hoh Rainforest, and go to Mt. Rainier. I've even got a few hiking books from the library to check out other places to go in the state.
Do you have any other suggestions on how to keep yourself occupied?