Social distancing is in full swing with this global Pandemic. Many cities, counties and states have already issued stay at home orders to help combat the spread of COVID-19. As a result, many people are working from home and taking classes online due to this virus. This can often lead to heavy boredom when ust staying at home once all your work finishes. Despite that, there are some things you can do when social distancing to avoid complete boredom.
Now for starters you can just sit on the couch and watch TV or play video games. Although that does get boring after a while. But if you don’t want to go outside just yet, you can always learn to cook new recipes. With all the free time when working from home, it gives you an opportunity to learn new things. And the best way to start is with learning new things to cook for either yourself or others. There are countless recipes online you can utilize to increase your cooking skills in the kitchen. Use these, and you’re bound to walk away with one new signature dish in your repertoire.
Although you’re going to want to get out of the house eventually. Luckily, these stay at home orders don’t limit exercise. You are allowed to go outside and exercise like normal, just do your best to limit contact and distance with people. From this, you can go on bikes, a run or even go to parks just to relax. It gives you a chance to clear your mind of any stress and get some fresh air. It’s also a way to remain healthy if you’re worried about what these stay at home orders will do to your physical fitness.
If you don’t want to exercise but do want to go outside, that’s ok. Another thing you can do is sit down on the ground and just meditate. You don’t need to do it for very long, but just enough until your mind feels refreshed and clear. It may seem hard, but after a few tries it will become like clockwork.
All in all, it’s up to you what you decide to do when practicing social distancing. But Hopefully these suggestions helped you in figuring out what to do in these circumstances.
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Story written by Anthony Rodriguez, Creative media for Campus Live