1. Visit places you won’t find on the Internet. 2. Volunteer in a children's hospital. 3. Do an open mic at a stand up comedy club. 4. Overcome the fear of rejection by asking out a stranger. 5. Learn to play the guitar. 6. Experience the joy of playing a completely new sport. 7. Go on a spontaneous holiday with the first five people you can think of. 8. Go back to your school and meet your teachers. 9. Call up the people you've had fights with and sort out your differences. 10. Run a marathon and finish it. 11. Learn a new language. 12. Adopt a pet.
13. Do some gardening.
14. Move to a different city and start all over again. 15. Visit religious institutions outside of yours. 16. Make a difference to another person by sponsoring a child's education. 17. Meet all your Facebook friends in person. 18. Try every cuisine in the world. Learn to cook one dish & do it well. Sing a solo at a karaoke event. Get inked. Learn how to ride a horse. Start your own business. Sleep beneath a starry sky. Go to a country less developed than yours.
For documents and spreadsheets, try out one of the many available add-ons. They include EasyBib (which creates a quick bibliography), Twitter curator (which lets you search and save tweets to your doc) or Translate (which translates text into other languages).
You can find add-ons in the toolbar when you open a doc or spreadsheet.
Speaking of activity, here's a tip that's hiding in plain sight. You can see up to 100 revisions made on any of your documents by clicking "File" and "See revision history."
5. Use spreadsheets offline
If you're a spreadsheet fanatic, this feature is going to change your life. It received a number of upgrades last December, such as new functions like averageif (which gives you the average of specified cells), and unlimited cells, formulas and columns.
You can also use it without an Internet connection. Any spreadsheet you edit while you're offline will simply update once you're connected to the web.
Want to know all the keyboard shortcuts for super fast access to everything? Hit "shift" and "?" and Drive will pull up a list of all keyboard shortcuts – a shortcut for your shortcuts.
7. Customize who sees what
If you're sharing something on Drive with someone else, you can customize the settings for what type of access each person gets. For example, you can allow or forbid someone from making comments or edits.
Gmail limits the size of email attachments to 25MB, but you can bypass that by sending an attachment via your Drive. When you compose an email, click on the small Drive icon, and from there pick what you want to add.
When someone sends you any attachment via email, you can save it straight to your Drive. Hover over the attachment and you'll see the Drive icon. Click on it and place it where you like.