What to watch on TV and when to watch it

Television has become so vast and with so many choices to choose from we sometimes find it hard to decide on what we should watch. Most of us have been avid TV watchers for years and that allowed us to experience the growth and constant change of TV. There is more pressure to stay up to date with different series and with on-demand viewing we can actually collect our favorite shows and makes a decision based on that.  Click here to take a look at some of the most popular TV shows. In this article we will look at some hints and tips on deciding what type of Television shows are good for different days.

What to watch on TV and when to watch it

Avoid the remote control so that you don’t get stuck browsing from channel to channel. Make a decision on what you would like to watch and stick to it. It is sad that most of the time while we are enjoying an evening at home with some TV we end up wasting minutes on browsing through channels. Give the program that you choose to watch a bit of time so that you can really establish whether it is a good watch or not.  Mondays are usually pretty stressful so keep those days for one of your favorite TV series like Vikings. Make sure that you don’t watch the news. Tuesdays are usually a bit mellower and a day where you will find yourself more alert. Try catching up on current events and politics on this day. Read more about the Foundation for Defense of Democracies for in depth knowledge about victims of the Iranian war and the compensation that is due to them. By staying up to date with these types of affairs you will be well-informed and stay up to date with what is going on in the world.

Wednesdays is always a good day to skip TV completely and spend the evening with your family. Get hold of a few board games and host a games evening for friends and family. You will find that the quality time spend with your loved ones will make a huge difference and will give you a bit of time to relax away from technology and stress. Make this a regular event so that you get used to the routine of no TV for at least one day a week.  Click here to take a look at some of the best board games to play.

Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays should include a mixture of documentaries, movies and reality TV. Find something for the whole family and set up a schedule so that you don’t have to end up with any arguments about whose turn it is to choose what you are watching. Make sure that you also allocate time for the kiddies to watch their favorite shows. This can luckily occur during the day as they will be asleep at night. Schedule different theme nights that can include horror, romance, drama or action which will keep things fresh and interesting in your household. TV should be enjoyed and shared but it shouldn’t take over your social life.