As the experts recommended, a lot of you are staying at home for your self-isolation during this time of the global pandemic. Though the social-distancing is meant to protect yourself even if you are healthy and well, staying at home watching all your flight tickets and holiday plans got canceled must not be a great feeling.
At LuvLoops we care about our customers, we've come up with some creative tips to make your quarantine less boring. There are so many wonderful things that you can do from cooking to candle making. Keep yourself busy and in the meanwhile, listen to yourself what do you really want to do.
Before this quarantine, how long have you postponed your gym plans? It has been proven that a healthy and strong body is essential in the recovery of COVID-19. Nonetheless, a work out routine definitely would benefit your both physically and psychologically.
TAKE SOME ONLINE COURSES
Use this precious time to fill up your brain, to recharge your knowledge. The online course will be a perfect choice for those of you that have to stay at home but don't want to stop learning.
START A BLOG
Start a journal or blog. Write it all down. Sure, it can be about the coronavirus, about all the cooking that you have done in the kitchen, about your cat just yawned in your balcony, but it could also be about a specific interest from chess to cheese. Spread the love to one to others, write down your feelings and things that keep you positive.
COOK A STORM UP IN THE KITCHEN
All the restaurants and pubs are closed, now it's a perfect time to create something tasty in the kitchen. Get creative for your stomach!
SPEND SOME QUALITY TIME WITH YOUR BOOKS
Smartphones have played a rather important role in our lives. Reading books is also one of the best ways to pass time. Now it's a perfect time for you to get binged on podcasts and books. Discover some uplifting books and podcasts to delight your interesting souls.
I hope these ideas are helpful and inspiring. Let me know what are your ways to find delight during this quarantine at home.