Things To Do in The Coronavirus Quarantine Blues

Published March 22nd, 2020 - 07:57 GMT

We’ve survived the first week of self-quarantine and social distancing while working from home and being a homeschool teacher.

Now is the time to relax, but when you’ve been cooped up for a week, and still can’t hit the malls or movie theaters, how can you spend your time? Why not visit a museum from the comfort of your couch!

No matter, there’s a lot that can be done over the next few days to get yourself not only caught up but even ahead of life’s responsibilities while having plenty of fun as well.

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'Cleaning can be fun'  however it is something that’s necessary to do. Do all of your laundry, purge your home clean, and tidy up like there’s no tomorrow (Shutterstock)

'Cleaning can be fun' however it is something that’s necessary to do. Do all of your laundry, purge your home clean, and tidy up like there’s no tomorrow (Shutterstock)

Call someone! Don't let social distancing keep you from interacting (Shutterstock)

Call someone! Don't let social distancing keep you from interacting (Shutterstock)

Read a book, reading five books you have always wanted to read but never had the time (Shutterstock)

Read a book, reading five books you have always wanted to read but never had the time (Shutterstock)

Exercise! It might not be the same as your routine workout but there’s plenty of options and workouts that are being streamed to do from home (Shutterstock)

Exercise! It might not be the same as your routine workout but there’s plenty of options and workouts that are being streamed to do from home (Shutterstock)

Do karaoke! Fortunately, nobody will be watching which should add a layer of encouragement for many (Shutterstock)

Do karaoke! Fortunately, nobody will be watching which should add a layer of encouragement for many (Shutterstock)

Watch a series! There’s a bunch of shows that are perfect for binge-watching while you're still home (Shutterstock)

Watch a series! There’s a bunch of shows that are perfect for binge-watching while you're still home (Shutterstock)

Get some culture! You can ex. visit a museum without leaving the comfort of your home (Shutterstock)

Get some culture! You can ex. visit a museum without leaving the comfort of your home (Shutterstock)

Write, journal! The COVID-19 pandemic has a lot of people saying we’re living in an unprecedented time. Write about it (Shutterstock)

Write, journal! The COVID-19 pandemic has a lot of people saying we’re living in an unprecedented time. Write about it (Shutterstock)

Cook! See what you have in your pantry and whip up a new meal (Shutterstock)

Cook! See what you have in your pantry and whip up a new meal (Shutterstock)

'Cleaning can be fun'  however it is something that’s necessary to do. Do all of your laundry, purge your home clean, and tidy up like there’s no tomorrow (Shutterstock)
Call someone! Don't let social distancing keep you from interacting (Shutterstock)
Read a book, reading five books you have always wanted to read but never had the time (Shutterstock)
Exercise! It might not be the same as your routine workout but there’s plenty of options and workouts that are being streamed to do from home (Shutterstock)
Do karaoke! Fortunately, nobody will be watching which should add a layer of encouragement for many (Shutterstock)
Watch a series! There’s a bunch of shows that are perfect for binge-watching while you're still home (Shutterstock)
Get some culture! You can ex. visit a museum without leaving the comfort of your home (Shutterstock)
Write, journal! The COVID-19 pandemic has a lot of people saying we’re living in an unprecedented time. Write about it (Shutterstock)
Cook! See what you have in your pantry and whip up a new meal (Shutterstock)
'Cleaning can be fun'  however it is something that’s necessary to do. Do all of your laundry, purge your home clean, and tidy up like there’s no tomorrow (Shutterstock)
'Cleaning can be fun' however it is something that’s necessary to do. Do all of your laundry, purge your home clean, and tidy up like there’s no tomorrow (Shutterstock)
Call someone! Don't let social distancing keep you from interacting (Shutterstock)
Call someone! Don't let social distancing keep you from interacting (Shutterstock)
Read a book, reading five books you have always wanted to read but never had the time (Shutterstock)
Read a book, reading five books you have always wanted to read but never had the time (Shutterstock)
Exercise! It might not be the same as your routine workout but there’s plenty of options and workouts that are being streamed to do from home (Shutterstock)
Exercise! It might not be the same as your routine workout but there’s plenty of options and workouts that are being streamed to do from home (Shutterstock)
Do karaoke! Fortunately, nobody will be watching which should add a layer of encouragement for many (Shutterstock)
Do karaoke! Fortunately, nobody will be watching which should add a layer of encouragement for many (Shutterstock)
Watch a series! There’s a bunch of shows that are perfect for binge-watching while you're still home (Shutterstock)
Watch a series! There’s a bunch of shows that are perfect for binge-watching while you're still home (Shutterstock)
Get some culture! You can ex. visit a museum without leaving the comfort of your home (Shutterstock)
Get some culture! You can ex. visit a museum without leaving the comfort of your home (Shutterstock)
Write, journal! The COVID-19 pandemic has a lot of people saying we’re living in an unprecedented time. Write about it (Shutterstock)
Write, journal! The COVID-19 pandemic has a lot of people saying we’re living in an unprecedented time. Write about it (Shutterstock)
Cook! See what you have in your pantry and whip up a new meal (Shutterstock)
Cook! See what you have in your pantry and whip up a new meal (Shutterstock)