Download the Geocaching app on your phone, grab some friends and explore your town or city while hunting for treasure. Jump on a bus if you want to explore further afield. You can find out more at https://www.geocaching.com/play.
Here are the rules for geocaching:
1. Find the geocache.
2. Log your name in the log book.
3. If you take something from a geocache replace it with something of equal or greater value.
4. Log your adventure online.
Invite some friends, buy some ingredients and make your own pizzas. You can invent your own combinations. Here are some suggested supplies:
Pizza bases (Turkish bread and naan bread also work well)
Baby spinach or rocket
Fresh or sun-dried tomatoes
Fresh or roasted capsicum
Pepperoni, salami, chorizzo
Bacon or ham
Raid the fridge and pantry for more ideas.
A jigsaw is a great way to take a break from your screens, spend some time with friends or family and relax. I have a weakness for Disney jigsaws. Did you know you can borrow jigsaws from your local library?
Get your friends together, tell them to bring their water pistols and water balloons and have a water fight. Make sure you pick up the empty water balloons afterwards, especially if you hold your water fight at the park. Also, be careful of Mum's washing or innocent bystanders at the park.
Grab some girlfriends and have a DIY Day Spa at home one day. You will need face scrub, face mask, hair mask, towels and face cloths, nail polish, nail polish remover, nail files, cotton buds, scented candle (just don't burn the house down) and some good music. I love these Organik Botanik products from Myer. If you are just having a day spa for one or two they have pamper packs with three products in.
It's school holidays in Western Australia. Even though the weather is a bit ugly, rug up and get out of the house. Here are some ideas to get you out and about: