Posted on April 02 2020
With the new norm—working from home or learning from home, spending more time inside—is also forcing us all to slow down. It's not all bad, being home, once you start realizing all the fulfilling and productive things to be done there. And we're in it together!
So let's pause on sending you hair extensions and lashes tips and facts, I come up with a list of fruitful and fun activities to do at home to spread the positivity around.
Work Your Way Through a Cookbook
If you're someone who collects cookbooks but only ever really makes one of the recipes or you've never actually even made a recipe from them and simply use them ass coffee table decor, this is the perfect opportunity to dive in. It'll make cooking (and eating) so much more enjoyable.
Plan out themed dinners to spice it up even more!
Flex Your Green Thumb
If you're able to safely spend time your yard, now's a good time to dive into gardening. But even if you don't have a garden or a backyard at all, you can get in on the fun with a small herb garden for kitchen. Or just order an indoor plant online.
Whether it's already a staple in your routine or you've been a long-time hater (me!), now is the good time to invest in finding your inner zen.
Do Some DIY Projects
There are, no doubt, plenty of things around your house that could use some sprucing up. Whether you've been meaning to reorganize the pantry, paint a door frame, or install floating shelves, these minor home updates will improve the environment, and thus your mood (plus, they'll keep you busy).
Do Yoga or Pilates or simply Exercise
There are so many great at-home apps to try. You could opt for a guided class or just look up moves to replicate at your own pace.
Bond with your Family
Just because you're not going out lately doesn't mean you can't have fun trying out some new things/ hobbies that you have not tried before. Look on the bright side: You'll have plenty of time to master them before their public debut.
But most of all don't forget to tell yourself that it's okay to rest and it's okay to stop sometimes! Stay Safe!