With the COVID-19 pandemic, Ministry of Health has advised us to stay home if there’s no need to go out. But there’s no need to rot at home when there’s so much we could do! Here’s a list of fun things to try while social-distancing!
Watch online concerts
So many events were cancelled because of COVID-19… Don’t worry though! You can watch your favourite celebrity’s concert online! And for free too!
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Singers such as Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello, Hozier, OneRepublic, and Niall Horan have performed on Together At Home concert series. And there are more coming up soon!
You’ve heard of binge-watching. But where’s the fun without people to watch it with you? Use the Chrome Extension, Netflix Party, to watch with friends while social-distancing!
What if you want to be introvert and keep to yourself though? Then, spend a quiet afternoon completing that book! If you don’t have any new books to read, you could also try getting an eBook.
Learn Something New
Have you always wanted to pick up a language? Maybe you’ve been wanting to try coding but never got the time or motivation to do that. Whatever it is, you can make use of your time at home to self-learn a new skill!
Try new recipes
Delivery food will get stale eventually so make your own meal instead! Be adventurous and give that dish you’ve been dying to try a go!
If you have no idea where to begin, we have a suggestion for you!
- Add 2 tablespoons of coffee powder, hot water and sugar.
- Whisk it until light and fluffy!
- Pour it over milk
What better time to spring clean when you’re stuck at home the whole day? Especially if you are currently on Stay-Home Notice, you will be facing your four walls for quite some time so might as well make it a pleasant space.
Doing a few chores and cleaning things up will definitely freshen up your room!
If you’re feeling motivated, maybe even try rearranging your furniture! Small changes in your room can make a big difference to the mood!
How about booking a room in the local hotel? It’s not really home, but it could be for a few days! Taking a staycation can help with cabin fever, and it’d feel like a real break from the dreary day-to-day life.