Sunday activities can include attending a worship service, exercising, volunteering or leisure activities such as seeing a movie or doing a craft. Most Americans, however, spend their spare time in front of a television or computer screen, according to a 2013 study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
It can be difficult to come up with something new and exciting to do on the weekend, and particularly on Sunday. Most small businesses are closed on Sunday, and sometimes the looming thought of Monday is enough to make most people want to stay home and do nothing. However, many neighborhoods have hidden gems that are perfect for a Sunday excursion. Day trips are a great way to discover what secrets a person's town has to offer.
One option is a visit to the local Audubon center. There are over 70 locations throughout the United States, and a visit there is a great way to get in touch with nature and decompress from the week's stressors. For someone searching for a way to get involved in his or her community, or to simply meet new friends, volunteering might be the answer. Many local organizations such as libraries, local theaters and retirement homes are just some examples of those that might be in need of volunteers.