Don’t hurry, be happy: It’s international lazy day

It’s International Lazy Day on 10th August – which happens to be a Friday. If you’ve already got the day off work, then let’s just all take this as a sign from the universe that we have permission to do nothing. All. Day. Long

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Sleep in

Most mornings are spent being jolted awake by the alarm. Today, you have the excuse to lie in, so don’t even bother with an alarm. The errands can wait.

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Stay in your PJs 

Dressing to impress is overrated, well at least today. Instead of putting on your Friday best, live the plush life and keep those cozy flannels and fluffy socks on.

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Order food to your door

After spending a few hours doing absolutely nothing, you’re bound to get hungry eventually. Put the cooking utensils down – today you can order in.

Abu Dhabi has plenty of delivery services to aid you in your quest for laziness, most of which have an app to make your delivery service streamlined. Our favourites include Talbot, Carriage and Zomato.

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Binge watch your favourite films

Nothing says lazy like a TV marathon. Starzplay and Netflix offer thousands of popular films and shows for you to binge on. The only question is, can you be bothered making popcorn? Visit: netflix.com, arabia.starzplay.com

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Get your place cleaned

You’ve just spent your whole day living it up like royalty. We know your mind isn’t anywhere near making your bed or washing the dishes – but we’re in the UAE and maid services are just a phone call away. Homemaids offers a variety of services from kitchen cleaning to ironing and laundry. Register and pay online to have your place cleaned while you continue with your Lazy Day shenanigans. Contact: 02 445 2352, homemaids.ae

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Spoil yourself

The best way to relax after a long day of laziness is to take a bubble bath. Light a candle or two and sink into clouds of fluff with a good book, whether it be on a Kindle or a good old paperback novel that you’ve read at least half a dozen times.

WORDS Asma Sabriah Mohammad

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