You must be on your feet already. But if my answer is relevant to others, then I'm glad.
I agree with Roman, I spent my two weeks in a cast reading books and watching TV series. Sometimes I got bored with this pastime, so I decided to try making something with my own hands. I asked my family to buy me twine, beads and a waxed cord, dug up an old hoop and a boa that had come from somewhere, and began making dream catchers. It turned out quite good copies.
You can also learn a foreign language. Chat on Skype with friends from another part of the planet. And receive guests who want to visit you :)
Literature and cinema.
While serving in the army, I was hospitalized with dysentery for just two weeks. During this time he managed to read "War and Peace" by Leo Tolstoy, "1984" and "Animal Farm" by George Orwell, "The White Dove of Cordoba" by Dina Rubina, "The Catcher in the Rye" by Salinger, a collection of stories by O. Henry and (oh, horror !) Detective Dontsova.
And since you are not in a military hospital, you can also download and watch a lot of classic films. If I were in your place, I would start watching many hours of monumental films, which in ordinary life simply do not have time to watch in full.
Think of these two weeks as a vacation given to improve yourself.
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