Volunteer at the local animal shelter.Spring clean the house.Cook delicious food.Read comic books.Train for a triathlon.Hang out with friends at home.Get into a fight.Go out dancing.Go wherever life takes you.
Which Chemical Element Are You?
You're extremely chilled out and don't let anyone ruffle your feathers. While it takes a while to get to know you, people are glad when they do. And you can always diffuse an argument gracefully, which comes in handy.
You're friendly and good fun to be around. You can get a little lightheaded occasionally, but know when to chill out and put yourself to good use. (Like in a party balloon, or cryogenic freezing system.)
You're a bit of a minimalist at heart and prefer a simple life. People shouldn't undervalue you, because without you life would be a lot less livable. And you make up most of the universe, so there is that.
You're versatile and dependable and know how to organise a good party. Your friends are glad to know you, because if you weren't around, people would fall apart. (Literally, given that life on Earth is carbon-based.)
You're the life and soul of a party. People sometimes take you for granted, but you're quick to prove to them that they'd struggle if you weren't around. You are one of the most abundant elements on Earth, after all.
You're a softie at heart, but don't like others to know it. Your flaws just make you stronger. And you make up most of Earth's outer and inner core. Keep up the good work!
People sometimes take you for granted. But without you around, life is a lot duller. Not forgetting that you make up almost 80% of the atmosphere, and are a vital component in DNA.
You're cool and adaptable. You make yourself at home in most situations, but you're happiest in your own space. Which there's a lot of, because you're the most abundant metal on Earth.
You're the first with new technology and keep ahead of the curve. People often think of you as modern, but you've been making yourself useful a long time — including in radar components during World War II.
You're quick to react and like to hang around outside and be with nature. Sadly you may soon be in short supply, so make sure people don't take you for granted.
You're easy-going and friendly. You work well with others and you're happiest when you're helping people less fortunate than yourself.
You're graceful and cool, but can react quickly when you need to. Often found by the sea, you're essential for the function of all living cells.
You're hard as nails but light as a feather. Sea water and chlorine don't scare (or corrode) you, so come in handy for submarine makers, among others. Keep it up!
You're unique and enchanting. You've been useful to humans for thousands of years and are essential for all living organisms. Yay!
You're hardworking and conscientious. Though you don't burn quite as brightly as your sister element magnesium, you are exceptionally important to human health. Good for you.
You can be deadly when you want to be, and you make sure everyone knows it. Deep down you have a heart of gold, but you're very good at hiding it when you want to.
You're beautiful and rare and everyone wants to get to know you. You have plenty of uses, including in lighting and photography. It does get annoying when everyone keeps getting you confused with Superman's home planet, though.
You can be explosive in certain situations, but that's part of your charm. Others value your quick reactions and laser-sharp insight. You might not be necessary for living organisms to survive, but they want you around anyway.
You're friends depend on you and look to you for help when they're in trouble. You're solid, trustworthy, and the most abundant metal by mass found in animals. Go you!
You're the centre of attention and everyone wants to be around you. Not just a pretty face, you're also an excellent electrical conductor and extremely malleable.
You're a rare breed — beautiful, intelligent and you can keep your cool when you're under pressure. You also know exactly when and how to make yourself useful when people need you. Don't ever change.
You're beautiful and mysterious (in fact, scientists didn't even realise you were radioactive until 250 years after your discovery). Keep looking amazing and surprising people.
You're dangerous, but that's why people like you. You keep everyone on their toes and might just be the first element to be named after a political controversy. Just try to make sure nobody gets hurt because of you.
People are drawn to your charm and inner glow, and so they should be. But be careful, you could accidentally hurt those closest to you.
You may not stick around for long, but you certainly make the most of the time you do have. And when you move on, it's always to better things. And hopefully something better than the temporary name scientists have given you.
You have loads of energy, and people really value you. But when you go to pieces, you risk hurting lots of people.
People like you because you're bright and spontaneous. You get distracted easily, but you don't let that stop you being a success at what you choose to do — including powering spaceships. Just be careful not to let others lead you astray.