We all need a chance to recover from what can often be overwhelmingly exhausting weekdays, but there must be more to a weekend than that. Does the weekend present you with the opportunity to do a few things that you want to do, rather than just what you have to do? If so, what makes the list? How do you set your priorities?
I'd suggest that if the things you choose to do on your weekend do not enrich your life and the lives of those you care about, then you probably should rethink your choices. Are you choosing to spend your time with the people that matter most in your life, or are you filling your circles with those who are convenient or socially popular?
Do you go out of your way to do what is right, or are you more concerned with being seen to do what is the social norm according to celebrities, the media, and advertising?
If your weekends aren't filled with the people you love, and your activities don't better the health, safety, happiness, and prosperity of yourself, your family, and those around you, then what can possibly be motivating your choices? Selfishness? Greed? Depravity?
If you live to the age of 90, you will have a mere 3,588 weekends between the ages of 21 and 90. That's not as many as it sounds, they are fleeting. Use them wisely.