Self-isolation has restricted what we can do, where we can go and who we can see. We can’t visit our friends, exercise at the gym, visit the cinemas or shopping centres. With the kids being at home and parents too, family time might not just be dinner time, but the whole day!
Are you running out of ideas to keep you and your family entertained? Keep the creative juices flowing and brains active with these 3 activities:
- Paint together
Painting is a great activity that fosters creativity but also helps with stress. In this uncertain climate, finding ways to relax is important. Perhaps set a task – paint something to be framed for a room in your house or as a present for a family member!
- Listen to podcasts
Podcasts are a great way to pass the time without being sucked into binge-watching television shows and movies all day. They are also the perfect accompaniment for any tasks you are doing. From hanging up the clothes to exercising, cooking and painting. Some great art podcasts include The Savvy Painter and Artist Helping Artists.
- Get inspired
Some may say going on a Netflix binge may not be good for you, but what if it is to get inspired? Sometimes watching a TV show may be just what you needed. During this self-isolation period, why not re-decorate your house? Get inspired with some of the best home design shows on Netflix such as Interior Design Masters, Stay Here and Tidying Up With Marie Kondo.
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