My typical weekend is to go out for breakfast, exercise and then wind out the evening with something mindless like watching TV. Except I've rewatched my fill of Top Gear and am out of new Adventure Time and Rick and Morty episodes. Tonight I opted for reading (at home) for the first time in a while.
I find this really relaxing. Both the routine and the things themselves are relaxing.
Weekdays are like abbreviated weekends. Try to exercise if time and weather cooperate, and maybe stop for coffee and a scone on the way to work. The coffee shop I go to is independent, and the people remember me. That's nice.
The exercise took some time to become part of the routine and be relaxing. But now it's one of my favorite things. A slow run that just goes on and on is great for calming my mind. I think about nothing other than pavement (cracks or holes), my legs (am I landing correctly), my breathing, any obstacles (cars, bikes, other runners) and maybe food and water on a really long run. Anything else, any worry, is simply set aside. Do you occasionally check your pocket to make sure your keys are still there? I do. It will sometimes cross my mind while running and then get dismissed without touching my zipper pocket. The run comes first, and distractions just cause me to screw up one of the important things. It's all really therapeutic for me.