100 things to do in quarantine

100 things to do in quarantine

Are you looking for inspiration on possible things to do in quarantine? Our tips will help you fight boredom and monotony.

As concerts are postponed, sporting events are cancelled, venues are closed and education takes place remotely, experts are recommending that even those without signs of illness stay home during this period of global pandemic.

That's right: Even for those who aren't sick or quarantined by the government, self-quarantine is still recommended.

While staying home is a good way to protect yourself and others from the coronavirus, and an important measure to help "flatten the curve" of everyday cases that put a strain on our healthcare system, it could lead to the lesser of two evils. : boredom and madness.

What can you do when you're stuck in the house? We've compiled 100 tips to make your time in quarantine as interesting as possible, and possibly as productive as possible.

100 things to do in quarantine

  1. Complete a puzzle - the more pieces, the better! Do you feel happier? Face a Rubik's cube. Are you more of a person of words? Crossword!
  2. Start a journal or blog. Sure, it could be about the coronavirus, but it could also be about a specific interest, from chess to cheese.
  3. If you don't bother your neighbors: dust off that old tool and practice.
  4. Read the articles here on Fervid Inspiration
  5. Write to all your exes, in case you have any other weight to take off your stomach.
  6. To write poetry.
  7. See all the really long movies you've avoided so far.
  8. Download Duolingo, or a similar app, and learn a foreign language.
  9. To meditate. Try lying down with your eyes closed, palms up, and focus on your breath. Or spend 20 minutes sitting cross-legged and repeat a calming word to yourself in your head. (The latter is more like Transcendental Meditation.)
  10. Make masks and put on moisturizer! Enjoy a 10-step skincare routine that you don't have time for during a normal work week.
  11. Look at pictures of puppies.
  12. Write real letters to family and friends. After? Write thank you cards to people who have done a lot for you.
  13. Learn calligraphy. YouTube can help.
  14. Finally read the rules of those long and intense board games that you have never played with your family. Encourage the family to play.
  15. Put on a soap opera. Mute the sound. Create your/your dialog.
  16. Do you have a space in your house where all the pots and bowls go? Organize it and match the lids to the containers.
  17. Try on all your clothes and determine if you are scared or scared to wear them.
  18. Host a roommate meeting on how to be more considerate of each other, especially as you're likely to be spending more time together. Bring baked goods.
  19. Bake baked goods.
  20. Read every issue of Novella 2000 stacked up on your desk.
  21. Needle.
  22. Use Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, or Zoom to video chat with your friends remotely.
  23. Try aerobics or yoga videos at home. Consider downloading a fitness app with exercise playlists.
  24. Look in the mirror. Try a self-portrait with pencil and paper.
  25. Take a bubble bath (bonus: add a glass of wine).
  26. Make a classic cocktail, from Negroni to Manhattan and spritz to Aperol. Don't forget the garnish.
  27. Buy coloring books: they are not just for children.
  28. Take some time to reflect: What have you accomplished in the last year? What are your goals for the next year?
  29. Write a story or start writing that novel.
  30. Try reproducing something you've seen on Pinterest. You probably won't get it. Try again.
  31. Clean up the living room and make a fort out of pillows and blankets, watch scary movies while eating popcorn.
  32. Finally fix that loose doorknob, cracked tile, and clean up those scratched walls.
  33. Buy a rubber elastic roller and treat yourself to some physical therapy.
  34. Imagine that you are 13 years old and fold a square piece of paper in the shape of a fortune teller, where you put your thumbs and fingers. Proceed to predict the future.
  35. Learn how to make braids (fishtail, French, etc.) through YouTube tutorials...
  36. Throw away all gimmicks and products that are too old. (Hint: Most liquid products have a little expiration symbol, usually six months to a year. That goes for sunscreen too!)
  37. Interview your grandparents (by phone, of course) and save the audio. Can you create a story or a book with that file?
  38. Go through your camera roll, choose your favorite photos from the past year, and order framed versions online.
  39. Create a Google Doc of the shows or movies you're watching and share it with family and friends.
  40. Make a list of the things you are grateful for.
  41. Do a tasting with any bottle of wine you have at home. Make up stories about the journey from grape to mouth.
  42. Work on your financial planning, like exploring whether to refinance your loan or how to save more.
  43. Put into practice the perfect recipe for Grandma's bolognese sauce.
  44. Make coffee, but this time study how many beans you use, what types, how hot the water is, how long the brew lasts, and if this makes a difference.
  45. Buy gift cards from your favorite local businesses to help them stay in business during quarantine.
  46. Write a book with your family. Choose a character and each member writes a chapter about their adventures. Read aloud together.
  47. Enter the kitchen with 4 Restaurants, but being able to cook something only with the ingredients you have on hand.
  48. Host an indoor scavenger hunt
  49. Read the Harry Potter books with your children and compare each one to the movie.
  50. Dye your hair a new color. No one else will have to see it if you don't like it.
  51. Write a play with your loved ones. Do it through an online video call.
  52. Go viral the right way by making a quarantine-themed TikTok.
  53. Tidy up the sock drawer.
  54. Stop procrastinating and calculating your income taxes.
  55. Make a list of all the museums, sporting events, and concerts you want to visit when they finally reopen.
  56. Rearrange your furniture to make it look like your home is a completely different space.
  57. Practice shuffling the cards like a poker dealer. Be ready for job opportunities once all casinos reopen.
  58. Organize the spice rack alphabetically or go crazy and do it by type of cuisine.
  59. Memorize the periodic table. You never know when it will come in handy.
  60. Order and assemble some IKEA furniture. Take your time.
  61. Get a free trial of a streaming service and binge as much as possible before it expires.
  62. Apply for a new job. You now have remote work experience.
  63. Learn a new dance style through YouTube, from belly dance to burlesque.
  64. Update or draft your will and organize your affairs. Yes, it sounds melodramatic and morbid, but let's face it: this is a task that many of us avoid because we never have time. Now we have it.
  65. Take out the Legos. Building your house within your house.
  66. Watch the "Star Wars" movies alone in this and this order: Rogue One-IV-V-II-III-Solo-VI-VII-VIII-IX.
  67. Three words: coronavirus beard! Make it grow, water it, peel it, love it.
  68. Try doing things with your non-dominant hand, from typing to brushing your teeth. Prepare to be frustrated.
  69. How many words per minute can you type? See if you can be faster by taking a typing course.
  70. Learn origami. Making cranes for your loved ones.
  71. Extension. Work on your flexibility. It is possible to recover arrears, right?
  72. Talk to your plants. As they are? Make sure they get the amount of sunlight they should. Check your terrain. If necessary, water them.
  73. Consider donating money to food banks to help families struggling to get food.
  74. Write a song. She rewrites the song "My Sharona", replacing "Sharona" with "Corona".
  75. Studying the art of beatboxing.
  76. Try moving in super slow motion. It's okay to laugh at normal speed.
  77. Learn the dozens of ways to wear a scarf.
  78. Learn old Spanish words and, why not, use them in your regular conversations.
  79. Try a new shade of lipstick. She sees how long it takes her partner to figure it out.
  80. Take deep breaths, inhaling through your nose and exhaling through your mouth.
  81. Sleep. Catch up on all sleep arrears.
  82. Booking an Airbnb trip without sleeping in someone else's bed: It seems like a holdover from the distant past, but you can still see the world – more or less – through the Airbnb Experiences platform. You can take virtual tours, participate in dance competitions, meditate with a Buddhist monk, and much more, spending much less money than you would to get there physically.
  83. Play remote drinking games.
  84. Get your friends together for a virtual game night.
  85. Take a free online photography course and document your isolation.
  86. Try your luck at karaoke.
  87. Do a National Geographic documentary marathon.
  88. Organize a spa at home: hot bubble bath (sparkling wine), masks, massages (with your partner), aperitif in a bathrobe.
  89. Review and rearrange all family photos
  90. Create a shared playlist on Spotify and ask your loved ones to insert a song that is meaningful to them.
  91. Listen to a new podcast about something that interests you.
  92. Clean out your closet of unused clothes and give it to charity.
  93. Start training correctly in bodyweight, once and for all. YouTube is your friend in this case.
  94. make friends with the neighbors
  95. Take a virtual tour of the museums. Read our article about it.
  96. Read our posts on Instagram and Facebook

Things to Do in Quarantine - Conclusions

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