The Harry Potter books and films may have drawn to a close in 2011. Post Potter depression and boredorm is a difficult thing to suffer from. Luckily, while ruminating on this topic, I came up with a list of cures - for Post Potter depression, boredom, sick, or whenever!
Watch Harry Potter movies and read the books. That's every Potterheads first instinct, right?
Stalk the Harry Potter tumblr tag and reblog like a boss.
Catch up on YouTube montages and frickin awesome fan videos:
ALSO, cheer yourself up with Potter Puppet Pals, A Very Harry Potter Musical and Wizard Wrock.
Write rebuttals or send in confessions to Harry Potter Confessions. So many I agree with, and so many I don't. Where to start, where to start...
Brainstorm your own spells for curing the flu, wave your magic wand, and see how long it takes to work!
Start the 30 day Harry Potter Challenge
Write your own listof the 50 Greatest Harry Potter Moments. Use the original telecast as inspiration.
Take quizzes:Who Said That? Fun Trivia, Which Harry Potter Character Are You?, How Much Do You Know about Harry Potter? and Who Is Your Harry Potter Love Match
Try to accomplish a master Potterhead list Do some creative journaling: Get a simple pen and journal and ponder: If you stood before the Mirror of Erised right now, what would you desires show? Can it be evil or good to be invincible? What are some of the darker and lighter qualities you possess? What did your favorite character teach you from the series?
Try to survive the one day Harry Potter marathon.
Sketch out ideas for what your very own Weasley sweater would look like. If you know knitting, get started. If you don't, start on smaller HP related projects, grow your skills, and then make sweaters!
Grab your books and the movies, and sit and just ruminate over all of the memories you have with the series. Grab a journal, or scrapbook, and document every thing you can, have, and want to savor.
Take part in the re-reading discussions and challenges, here, at JoRowling.net, and muggle net. Re-Read the series yourself and journal your thoughts on each chapter, what you love/don't love, etc. Add your comments to the discusssions online!
Give Thanks To Harry.
Save up every pretty penny for a trip to Orlando or Leavesden Studios. Not just the trip if you're flying long-distance, but all the rad and unbelievable loot you'll want to take home!
Create a Pinterest board of the Ron/Hermione or Harry/Ginny weddings, what Dramiones kids would have looked like, and all your other canon and headcanon dreams!
Perfect your nail art!
Support the team!Go to see the casts new movies in theaters, watch their interviews, see them live on Broadway. Keep on supporting the team!
Stock your collection of Harry Potter merchandise. And, then re-arrange and decorate your shelf exactly how you want it.
Read all 7 books on one month, or in one week.
Make connections with others, and develop your own golden trio
Adopt a dog and name him Padfoot, or a rat and name him Scabbers, or a cat and name her Crookshanks.
Help Save the Owls
Get the Wizarding Look! Start styling and decorating your room or house to be more like the Harry Potter series!
Make aHarry Potter Monopoly or Clue Game
Decoupage a trunk with Harry Potter images and fill it up with your Potter memorabilia
Play a real game of Quidditch
Make or get a Lion's Head like Luna Lovegood
Buy Harry Purchase accessories that represent all your favorite characters - Luna Lovegood, Hermione Granger, Harry Potter, death eaters, light vs dark, Snape, Mcgonagall, your favorite house
Convert a plain pair of Converse shoes and Potterfy them!
Draw your own interpretations of the characters and scenes
Withdraw from Harry Potter for six months straight, and go back to it with a refreshed mind
Speak only in Harry Potter quotes for one full day - from the books or the movies, or both, you decide!