Stay Home and Do What You Want.
Today is Curmudgeon Day, a holiday which is traditionally celebrated by not going anywhere (especially avoiding the shopping frenzy and the idiots who fuel it) and enjoying activities that make you happy. For a reasonably complete definition and history of Curmudgeon Day (for you Wikipedia editors), see the Curmudgeon Day category of this blog.
Warning: There can be consequences to not participating in Curmudgeon Day, such as people being injured at Walmarts around the country. (I remain safe and warm at home, and never go to Walmart.)
Think about the things you enjoy doing, those activities that you would do if you had a little more time. If you have the luxury of not having to work serving the braindead on this day, stay home and do those things. Spend time with family, play a game you have not had time to open, work on a creative project you want to accomplish, or just relax. Take the day, or even the whole holiday weekend, to remember what makes you happy.
For my part, I slept in, then watched Formula 1 practice from Brazil, and now I am writing this blog post before programming a project I have not been able to find time for recently. Even doing what I love for a living, I still have lots of other things to do on this one day for doing strictly what I want.