1. Volunteer to help someone in need.
Sometimes the best way to make a discovery is not to change your environment but to see your environment with new eyes. A ministry gave this homeless veteran a makeover, and seeing himself in a new light inspired him to enter a recovery program.
7. Discover new movies by following the recommendations of the guy who saw ‘em all.
In 2006, Roger Ebert created a list of “103 Movies You Must See Before You Die.” Once you get through that, the American Film Institute has their own list. Or, look up your favorite actor’s favorites and watch those.
8. Try new foods.
Try not to eat at the same restaurant twice. If you must, order something different every time you visit. You never know when you’ll find a new favorite. Or, try Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and discover unexpected seasonal ingredients. Find out what’s available near you.