Tips & Tricks to stay busy @ home
Pretty Cool ideas to fill the time you spend indoors during you quarantine.
Be productive and use this time of social distancing to stay busy!
Sure, you can binge watch all those shows you’ve been itching to catch up on, but you can also find many activities to keep you busy and calm as we focus on staying health
Clean your apartment!
You can start by conquering your spring cleaning. First thing you can do is declutter and put in a box things you don’t need. It’s a great way to open up some space in your apartment, without giving anything away.
The gyms might be closed, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop exercising. If you’ve been meaning to join a gym, now might be the time to start getting in shape. Staying active is essential for your health, so find a work out video online and get moving. Yoga is a great exercise to keep you calm and healthy. Lowering your stress and exercising is great for strengthening your immune system!
Start your morning routine as you usually would! Get up, shower, get dressed and try to keep a normal schedule so you remain productive and focused. Keeping a schedule helps a lot of people avoid depression and can help keep you positive and productive.
Now is the time to read that book you have been meaning to mean. Your brain will feel nourished and you will feel accomplished. Text friends for recommendations or go on websites like Goodreads to find books that might inspire you and pass the time.
Get some fresh air!
We might be practicing social distancing, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get some fresh air. Make sure to get as much sunlight as you can. Open the blinds, take a short walk or even go up to the roof, if you have access. If you can’t go into nature as much as you like, get a houseplant to bring some nature into your apartment. It will help freshen the air and freshen your place!
Spread out your chores so you focus on one a day and really do it well! This will lend structure to your day. Once those chores are done, pick up a hobby you’ve been meaning to take on. Is it knitting? Or scrapbooking? Do you want to try your hand at learning a new language? How about trying that recipe you’ve been meaning to try that takes up a lot of time? Now’s your chance to dive in.
Call your friends & family!
Psychical distance doesn’t assume social distance as well. Call your friends and family and talk to them about your daily rutine. Exchange ideas, information and feelings about the quarantine situation. It will help you and them to feel much more sequre and confident.
Eat halthy food,meditate,practice yoga and keep your mind and body as much as healthy as you can!
Most importantly, stay calm and know that this is just a phase that will not last forever. and remeber:
At the end everything turns out all right! If it is not all right-than it is not the end. Good always come!