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Tuesday, 24 March 2020

Things To Do At Home To keep You From Going Stir-Crazy


Working from home is nothing new to me, in fact I've been doing so for five years so you could say I'm a master at keeping myself from going stir-crazy (most of the time anyway!). If you find yourself isolated from the world it can definitely feel lonely and incredibly boring (believe me I know), but it's a great way to spend quality time with yourself and discover new hobbies/activities to keep you occupied and entertained.

TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR

With the current pandemic, the NGV has allowed the public to read, watch or take a virtual tour of the art gallery so we can explore and view pieces online. Who knows? It may even get those creative juices flowing! Zoos Victoria are also live streaming the animals like the snow leopards, penguins and giraffes for your daily dose of cuteness.

LEARN A NEW LANGUAGE

I've been learning the "romance" language aka French through Duolingo and it's such a fun, easy way to do it (not to mention free!). There are a bunch of different languages to choose from so you'll be ready for your next trip and be multilingual in no time!

BINGE NETFLIX

I am not ashamed to admit that I binge watch Netflix in my pyjamas eating a tube of Pringles  all to myself. The last series I absolutely ploughed through was 'I Am Not Okay With This' and I have quite a few more on the list just waiting to be enjoyed. You could also re-watch old favourites like Gossip Girl, Buffy The Vampire Slayer or whatever floats your boat.

GOOD OLD MOVIE MARATHON

Currently I'm in the middle of an Adam Driver movie marathon, but you can choose a specific genre, year or even film studio like Walt Disney for example to spend your lazy Sunday.
  
PICK UP A BOOK

Only recently did I get back into reading after finally discovering what genre interested me. Turns out it's fiction and I am about halfway through Kiley Reid's 'Such A Fun Age' with 'The Dilemma' by B A Paris next up on my to read list.

DECLUTTER YOUR WARDROBE

Believe it or not but I STILL haven't watched Marie Kondo and her minimalism inspired approach to organising and tidying. However the way I go about it is donate anything that doesn't excite me or haven't worn in a year. Probably not as good of a method as the KonMari, but it definitely does the job!

TAKE UP A NEW HOBBY

I've considered knitting to not only be practical but very therapeutic and I wouldn't mind giving it a red hot go. If there's a new skill you'd like to learn or a hobby that has peaked your interest, there's no better time to explore that than now.


What do you do at home to occupy yourself?
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