16. Work on Your Car
If you own a driveway and set of tools, there’s no excuse not to work on your car. There is always something you can fix, adjust, or change, and now you have the time to do it. You may want to finish your restoration, install a new engine, or replace the carburetor.
Working on your own car will not only successfully kill time, but it can save you lots of money. Also, it’s great therapy because you get to do something other than sit on your sofa. You get to spend some time outside and you’ll feel more productive.
With a little help from your favorite YT channel or service manual, you could develop your car repair skills even further. Who knows, maybe your new career is in the automotive restoration and repair business.