Your friends are the people who encourage you to take risks, set goals, and share your passions with them. They’re also the people who will be there for you when it’s time to celebrate those successes or support you through tough times. But what about when you’re not out celebrating or having a rough day? What do friends do together at home?
Have a movie marathon
Choose a theme for the marathon. If you’re looking to watch classic movies, choose one every night. For example, start with The Godfather each night of the week. Or, if you want to focus on a specific genre, such as action or sci-fi/fantasy, choose your favorite movies from that genre and watch them one after another for several days in a row.
If you don’t have a ton of money to spend on activities, hobbies can be a great way to make memories with your friends. These days, it’s easier than ever to find cheap or free craft supplies online and at stores like Michaels.
- Photo collage: If you’ve got lots of pictures from your phone or Instagram that needs some organization, consider making an easy collage! It’s fun for everyone and makes a great gift for someone special. Or if your friend is into scrapbooking, this is also a good project because it doesn’t take long before you’re ready to hang it up on their wall.
- Necklace: A simple necklace made out of beads can be extremely useful when you’re out with friends who want something nice but don’t want anything too expensive (or maybe they just don’t know what kind). Make sure the beads are color-coordinated so that each person has their own unique piece!
- Bracelet: Another option would be making bracelets—again, not something too expensive but good nonetheless if all else fails, and they’re easy enough that even children could do them! They’ll serve as reminders whenever they wear them throughout the years; perhaps even keep track by marking each one differently so no two looks alike.
Have a game night
It is one of the best things to do with your friends at home. It’s easy to learn, it’s fun for everyone, and it doesn’t require a lot of specialized equipment. All you need is some snacks, drinks and maybe some props like dice or cards if you want to get fancy about it. If you have time constraints or budget restrictions, then there are plenty of free options available online that don’t take up too much room on your computer’s hard drive when they’re not being played!
Order takeaway and try out cuisine from different countries
Check out restaurants in your area that serve food from different countries. If you enjoy Indian food, for example, find a restaurant that serves dishes from India. Or, if you’re planning on taking a trip to Japan and love sushi, check out local sushi restaurants before you go so you can sample what might be available there. As per the experts at Chef Online, “You can Google “best takeaway near me” and find a whole range of options.”
If none of these ideas appeal to you or aren’t practical for whatever reason, then pick one country that’s new to you and try cooking some of its signature dishes at home with friends.
These are just a few of the fun things to do with your friends at home. Planning ahead will ensure that you and your friends don’t end up spending time on mobile phones.