We’re all pretty bored right now. The vast majority of us have spent the past couple of months confined to our own homes. It’s important that we’ve been doing this and it’s important that we continue to do so. After all, we’re actively helping to slow the spread of a deadly virus around the world. But just because you have to stay at home doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to sit staring at the ceilings and the walls all day every day. There are plenty of fun ways to occupy your time in the comfort of your own home. Here are a few options that you might want to draw into consideration!
So many of us have a book that’s been lying about on a shelf untouched for months or even years. We keep meaning to get around to it, but we just never get the time. Well, now’s the first time that many of us have found ourselves with plenty of time on our hands, so now is also the best time to get started. If you’re not much of a reader, you could try audiobooks. These tell you the story so you can simply kick back, relax and listen to take it in.
Have a Reading
On the subject of reading, why not have a free psychic reading carried out. A virtual meeting can see you face to virtual face with a psychic and they may be able to give you insight into yourself, your future or anything else! This is a fun way to pass the time and you may even discover this is an area that deeply interests you and that you’d like to get more involved in.
Learn to Play an Instrument
So many of us have wanted to learn to play an instrument for so long. Now’s a great time to practice if you have sufficient spare money to invest in your own instrument to play from home. Of course, you can’t have in-person lessons right now. But many music teachers are holding online lessons and there are plenty of free video tutorials out there too! If you’re choosing a loud instrument, it may be good to get silencers for the sake of your neighbours who are probably going to be home all day every day at the moment too. You can buy silencing pads for drums and silencers for brass instruments too.
Not all of us are currently yogis. But it’s a great form of exercise that can help you to keep fit, grounded and relaxed from home – things most of us could benefit from. All you need is a yoga mat to make the exercise more comfortable. Then, you can follow along any of the numerous free tutorials available online.
These are just a few suggestions but each has its perks and could fit perfectly into your lockdown routine. Give them a go and see which works for you!