No such thing as boredom for me, either! If I actually run out of things I have
to do, I have a thousand things I'd like
to do -- books to read, primarily.
And if those don't appeal to me, I get online and start investigating something that interests me. For example, I got curious the other day about tea -- what does the plant look like, how are the leaves processed, etc. In less than an hour, I discovered so much -- that all true tea comes from the same plant (which is a camellia!), and the differences lie in the picking, processing, and added flavorings (like bergamot oil for Earl Grey)... I saw pictures of the "table" effect that comes from plucking the tea leaves at a very precise level all across... I found out that they once used trained monkeys to pluck tea from bushes growing on hillsides too steep for humans... read about the Japanese and Chinese tea ceremonies... learned that there was an even more direct causal connection than I realized between the Boston Tea Party and the American Revolution... and found a very nice starter kit for brewing loose tea that I would have ordered if I weren't so broke.
The internet gives us access to so much! If nothing comes to mind, just type a few random words into Google and see what appears... you can always find something intriguing.