If there is one word that has become popular in this period of COVID-19 breakout, it has to be ‘social distancing’, that is aside “Chinese virus” which is a ridicule term the U.S president Donald Trump has nicknamed the virus with.
It’s no joke at all, with the many infections and deaths, the world has literally been brought to its knees in this pandemic. And while schools, workplaces have been shut down and social gatherings banned, most people are stuck at home with not much to do.
What do you do with all the many free hours?
Keep your brain active by working on some puzzles
All those old newspapers stacked at a corner of your home will finally have some usefulness (aside wiping your butt when you run out of tissue paper). You stand to learn a lot and sharpen your intelligence when you indulge in this.
Binge-Watch your favourite shows
We know you already had this in mind, so we’ll just let you ho ahead.
Phone A Friend
This has suddenly become an option. Aside weddings, pandemics are the next thing that bring people together. This is a good time to call an old friend you haven’t heard from in a long while, more so, you can decide to call up that ex of yours, especially if it ended in good terms, it won’t be weird at all, you have one thing to talk about – Corona virus!
Staying physically inactive will affect you overtime. It’s time to put those online exercise videos to good use. Put on some music and step… and step.
Plan Your Life
Chances are that some people won’t continue with their former lives after this pandemic is over. Take this time to plan out your future and the things you want to do differently when your routine returns to normal.
Clean Up Your House!
The watch word this period has been “wash your hands,” why not convert that into an inspiration to do a thorough clean up of your home. You will be proud of yourself at the end when everywhere is sparkling clean.
Stay hopeful and inspired!
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We wish you good health and hope that you stay safe this period, and please desist from spreading unverified information about the virus.