Hey TypeN. I'm glad you worked it out (and cool about the teapot, let us know how that little ritual goes...)
It's a good thing to keep brainstorming, continuously, about what else we might do (don't know if you've done a lot of brainstorming for work, but it's important to do it many times, because usually the first ideas that come to you are the 'classic' ones, and if you push yourself again, new, cool, exciting ideas about what you might be able to do, will come your way!).
What I've done recently too is sort of a 'map' of all of my friends around here. This helped me knowing who to reach out to, and plan my 'social' week. I realised that before that, I would just wait for people to reach out and thus I wouldn't necessarily see the people that I
wanted to see. Being proactive socially is key to our (at least, my) recovery. Feeling like you
are driving your own life, rather than life driving you (which is sometimes a nice feeling too, of course).
Stay strong, and stay social when you can