67 Things To Do At Night When You’re Bored
Unwinding in front of the television or with your smartphone can become a habit that keeps you from doing other interesting things.
Streaming services and the internet always have something to distract you when you're bored at night. Although this passive entertainment has a place in life, you should not let it consume the entirety of your existence.
Instead of frittering away hours on the internet at night, explore the many fun and stimulating things you could be doing instead.
This huge list of stuff to do at night offers ideas for social and solo activities.
List of 67 Things to Do at Night When You Are Bored
Things to Do at Night with Friends
1. Organize a karaoke party. Affordable karaoke systems for home use are sold by online retailers, and everyone will have a ball singing together.
2. Play card games. Many games exist for two, four, or more players.
3. Go shopping together and fill a basket of donations for a local shelter or charitable organization.
4. Host a baking party. Select a recipe with your friends and have everyone contribute an ingredient and bake together.
5. Organize a book club. At the first meeting, everyone can discuss options and select a book. At subsequent meetings, everyone talks about the story.
6. Have a cosplay planning party. If you and your friends are planning on visiting a comic convention, work together to create great costumes and practice applying makeup.
7. Enjoy a no-phones-allowed conversation. You could select specific topics, or participants can raise whatever subjects they want to discuss.
8. Clean each other's homes. Many hands lighten the load, and you can have a good time together.
9. Have a house dance party.
10. Play board games. You could try a new game every week or play Dungeons & Dragons until everyone is level 20.
11. Get together for a tie-dye party. You only need white shirts or hoodies, dye, rubber bands, and buckets.
12. In nice weather, you can have a barbecue.
13. Gather around a backyard campfire, if you live where you can have small fires, and make s'mores.
14. Do craft projects together, like pouring candles, painting home decor signs, or planting fairy gardens.
15. Volunteer together. Evening fundraisers, public events, and soup kitchens often welcome helping hands from the community.
16. Play charades. Laughter will be the inevitable result.
17. Research some basic self-defense moves and role-play possible encounters.
Fun Things to Do at Night at Home
18. Plant a container garden of flowers, herbs, or vegetables.
19. Learn how to knit or crochet and experience the satisfaction of making something with your hands.
20. Learn how to play a musical instrument. Music novices may start with a ukulele or harmonica.
21. Make a list of short-term and long-term goals for yourself. The activity could give you fresh focus and enthusiasm for your dreams.
22. Develop photography skills. You could set up still life arrangements inside or go outside and capture images of the sunset.
23. Practice tongue twisters until you can say them perfectly.
24. Make adjustments to your furnishings to improve your home's feng shui. For example, add some candles to represent the fire element or fish tank for water element.
25. Re-pot and clone your house plants.
26. Prepare cookie dough, bake half of it, and freeze the second half of the recipe. Then, you'll be ready to have fun baking cookies another night too.
27. Go through the kitchen junk drawer and discover all of the little things you could not find when you needed them.
28. Give your bedroom a quick makeover with new pillows and bedding.
29. Take care of some easy household repairs, like replacing a cracked light switch plate or finally getting the toilet to stop running.
30. Explore a new type of cuisine. You can cook for yourself or order takeout.
31. Challenge yourself to learn a new cooking skill, like making a roux or homemade pasta.
32. Update your home décor by selecting some new artwork, prints, or posters.
33. Make a family tree.
34. Send pictures off your phone to a photo printing service. When you get the pictures, put them into nice frames.
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35. Draw pictures or cartoons.
36. Listen to music and lip sync/perform your favorite songs in your mirror.
37. Write a story or screenplay.
38. Look at old yearbooks.
39. Open your window and make audio recordings of the night noises.
40. Organize your books, comics, and/or DVDs. You might rediscover some old favorites or find some that you want to put in a garage sale.
41. Go through your closet and see if you can make a costume out of what you have.
42. Plan your holiday shopping list. You could research products, set a budget, and get everything done right on schedule.
43. Create a vision board with magazine pictures and other items.
44. Make puppets out of socks that have lost their mates.
45. Write in a journal about what is happening in your life right now.
46. Practice some yoga poses. The stretching might help you fall asleep.
47. Listen to a guided meditation recording.
48. Go through your clothing and discard what you no longer like or has ceased to fit.
49. Improve your fitness with strength training exercises like planks, leg lifts, or lunges.
50. Read books or magazines.
51. Learn how to fold origami figures.
Things to Do When Bored from Midnight to 2 A.M.
52. Dye your hair. Use temporary dyes so you can entertain yourself without making a permanent alteration.
53. Look at the night sky to identify stars or check the phase of the moon.
54. Think about your problems and brainstorm some solutions to make things better.
55. If you have a yard, put on some bug spray and sit outside in the darkness. The quiet of the night is relaxing, and you might get to see a racoon.
56. Sort through the clutter in your house and get rid of useless stuff. Decluttering lightens the feel of your home and encourages a sense of peacefulness and order.
57. Write a letter to yourself with the intention of reading it five years in the future.
58. Plan your meal menu for the upcoming week and make a shopping list.
59. Think of ways that you could contribute to a community cause and decide how to participate.
60. The peacefulness of late night hours can provide a calm space for learning a new hobby. Interruptions should be minimal, and you can focus on a task that you enjoy.
61. Gather items around the house that you don't use anymore and package them up to donate to a thrift store or shelter.
62. Clean out the expired medications in the bathroom cabinet.
63. Recite mantras meant to promote positive thinking so that you can elevate your vibrations and combat the negativity of the world.
64. Hand write notes to your friends or people who have been kind to you and mail them in the morning. Handwritten letters have become very precious in a world running on digital communications.
65. Get paper, pencil, and a ruler and design the layout of your dream house. You could design another type of building if you prefer.
66. Write a list of the places in the world that you would like to visit.
67. Look over your bank statements and look for ways to save money. Little, frivolous purchases can add up, so ask yourself if you really want those things.
Start Enjoying Life More Today
Your friends will appreciate your initiative when you propose activities that enliven their lives.
On top of adding some zing to your social life, you can enrich your life when you're alone as well. You don't have to live as a screen zombie.
Organize your stuff, explore a hobby, or search your soul. Once you start doing more things in the evening, you could discover that you have more energy than you realized.
The internet will be there waiting for you when you're genuinely exhausted. Until then, be the person who does more things and has more fun.