Sometimes it's just time for a change. Our routines get boring, our habits get boring, and our lives seem to get boring. The good news? You can start changing that right now. Just remember this one thing: the only person who has to think your life is interesting is you. Don't rely on your friends' Facebook feeds or other curated and edited content to tell you what is interesting. It doesn't matter what others find interesting so long as it makes you happy.

1.Get a new hobby.
There are hundreds of different things you can do with any size of budget. If you're low on cash, it's as simple as getting a pencil and piece of paper and learning to draw things. For absolutely no money down and no money ever, you can start going for walks in the countryside or along the river. If you’re willing to dive into your wallet, try dance classes, an instrument, or find a way to up your adrenaline.

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2.Do something you’d never dream of doing.
We all tend to put ourselves into little boxes. We think we would like this, we think we should act like that – but it really doesn't do us any good. Take a minute to think of something you’d never do and then put your mind to doing it. Would you never go skinny dipping? Do it. Never hold a spider? Do it. Even you can surprise yourself.

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3.Get off your computer.
Challenge yourself to limit your time spent on Facebook, Twitter, and every other site that isn’t making your life any better. Think of all the hours you’ve wasted mindlessly scrolling down a page when you could be crafting something, talking to a family member, or helping out a friend? Being on your computer could be keeping your life from being more interesting and from being a better, more well-rounded person.

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4.Accept all invitations.
If you keep coming up with excuses why you can't socialize then people will just forget about you and stop inviting you out. Even if you're not that keen on the people going, or the places they're going to, try giving them a chance and go and hang out with them anyway. It doesn’t have to be all the time – just once in a while.

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5.Do something spontaneous.
On Sunday morning, you probably often find yourself lounging around, popping in and out of Facebook, watching some TV, and just taking it easy (at least, hopefully). Whenever you find you have a moment like that, take it as an opportunity to go do something. Hop in the car and don’t plan on where you’re going. Be your own “surprisologist.”

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6.Organise a party or a night out with your friends.
Not only will the organising keep you occupied, but you'll have a good night to look forward to, and then something to look back on happily. Those around you will likely bring up ideas of things you should try, too.

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I hope these tricks will be helpful and always remember it doesn't matter what others find interesting so long as it makes you happy.