Staying home for too long is not easy, but it can be an opportunity to do the things we have been wanting to do but couldn't because of a tiring and intense routine. Here are 15 ideas for you, but you can come up with many other ideas yourself and share them with your friends.
Clean in your house, check old drawers, those closets and cabinets you hardly open, and things that have been stored in boxes for a long time. Sort what can be reused, donated or disposed.
Organize the files on your mobile phone and PC. This way it will be much easier to find important documents or a photo of that trip the next time you need it!
Organize your closet and take out the clothes you no longer use. Put them in a donation bag.
Call or e-mail that old friend you haven't talked to in a long time.
Read new books or reread old ones. Revisit old stories and immerse in new ones to get you mind off the routine.
Create a new playlist. No mater which application you use, this can be your chance to rearrange your music by genre, occasion, artist or theme.
Exercise. If you didn’t have time to look for home workouts or fit in the gym in your daily routine, now is a good opportunity to look for something you like. You can find yoga classes, pilates, circuit training, and many other activities online. Find out what kind of athlete you are!
Paint that wall that has been bothering you at home or assemble that bookshelf that has been in the box for a while. It might be a good time to create new things. How about making a new shelf or putting new paintings up on the wall? Your home environment can directly influence your mood!
Take care of your plants! If you still have time, it may be an opportunity to plant flowers or spices in a pot. With all the hype about vertical gardens now, it’s easy to find references on several websites!
Find new ways to play with your pet. If it is that kind of pet that stays home alone for a long time, it may be a good option to spend more time with it doing things to burn energy.
Learn a different course. There are many free opportunities out there.
Learn something new. Use the Internet to browse museums, country websites, institutions, newspapers, magazines, and more. This is a good opportunity to learn new things and change the subject away from coronavirus.
Go play! Give a chance to that board game gathering dust in your closet. If there are not enough people at home to play with you, choose online games.
Have you tried coloring today? If you are the type of person who appreciates art, there are several coloring books on the most diverse themes and with different levels of difficulty. Get your colored pencils out and let your imagination run wild!
Try to vary the menu. Several shops are doing home delivery, so make your list, organize your cooking utensils and try new recipes. Maybe that new dish will blow your mind and even win a spot in your daily menu!