We've all heard that we are to rest from servile labor on Sundays and to attend Mass. The latter (Mass attendance) is pretty clear and cut and dry. The former is a bit more vague.
A priest told me recently that to rest from servile labor means that you rest from the job that you do for a living, so if you are a bricklayer, you don't lay bricks on Sundays, if you are a lawyer, you don't write briefs, etc. (If you must work on Sunday because you are an ER doc or because you work at Walmart and have no choice, that's a different story). He also said Sunday shouldn't become our weekly "cleaning day" or our shopping day, although a bit of cleaning, cooking and general chores are ok on Sunday.
So my question to you is: What do you consider ok and not ok for Sunday activities? Do you shop on Sundays? Does it make a difference if the shopping is for groceries (a chore) versus for fun things? Do you do laundry on Sundays? Other than attending Mass, which goes without saying, what are the practical ways in which you keep the Sabbath holy?