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Many people are staying inside to protect themselves or others from the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Social distancing can be a bit uneventful, but there are a few things that you can do at home to occupy yourself in the meantime.
- De-clutter your house. There is always an excuse as to why you shouldn’t go through your things. Now is a better time than any to purge the items in your home you may no longer want or need. It can also always use a good cleaning!
- Take up a new hobby. It’s always fun to learn something new, and with social media, there are new hobbies available at your fingertips every day. Whether it be painting, woodworking, or even knitting, there is plenty of time to indulge in some of your interests.
- Build a new budget. Budgeting can be hard, but with all the extra time, you can really jump into your finances and fix them up. Many places are still available to help you over the phone or online.
- Move around some decorations. There’s plenty of ways to spruce up your home without spending any money. Don’t be afraid to move around some furniture and see how you like the change of environment!
- Try a new recipe. Sometimes it’s hard to get out of your routine of eating the same things. This is a great time to explore new food options for you and your family! Check out these budget-friendly recipes!
Take the time spent in your home as a time for growth and positivity. Embrace this free time. Don’t forget, staying indoors can be a bit dreary. Try step outside at least once a day if you’re able, and enjoy the fresh air and sun on your face!