Any question . . . don’t start by just making a list of possible answers.
You’ve got ten minutes to come up with the best way to spend Saturday afternoon. Use the first nine minutes thinking all around the question.
Sure, the usual concerns about; who will join you, the weather, etc. But continue on and encourage novel possibilities. Walk slowly through a small town, take a different form of travel than your car, ponder what you want to tell others on Monday morning about what you did on Saturday, plant something, send an unlikely person a surprise, take pictures of what is in your attic, download a new app, skydive, consider this time as special where no negativity is allowed, dream, listen.
In the last minute do whatever you have been led to do.
Claim that Saturday as your own.