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More Fun Things To Do While Self-Isolating

Dated: May 4 2020

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Last week, we brought you a list of some fun things you (and your kiddos, if you have them) can do while you’re doing your best to socially distance during this outbreak. This week, our fearless leader, Ross Hardy, has been posting even more ways to keep yourself entertained at home on our Facebook page. We’ve gathered this week’s links up and placed there here in one easy place for you to access. Stay safe, stay healthy, and we hope that you enjoy trying a few of these out!

  1. Even though we may be stuck at home, that doesn’t mean we have to be stuck on the couch! There are some great ways to keep up your fitness routine, even if the gyms aren’t open. Check out this these free workout streaming services you can use at home.
  2. If you’re missing concert and music festival season, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Live music is an incredible experience. Although we’re not sure when concert venues will be opening their doors or gates again, there’s always the option of catching your favorite artist online. Billboard.com put together a list of some live streams, virtual concerts, and digital festivals taking place throughout the month. It’s not exactly Coachella, but it could help pass the time.

  3. There’s never been a more perfect time to reacquaint yourself with the people closest to you. Spend an hour or two asking and answering each other some fun questions. You might be surprised at the answers! Here are some questions for couples - date night activity, anyone? Or get to know your kids better with these thought-provoking conversation starters.

  4. With the economic climate a little uncertain at the moment, this could be a great opportunity for you to set up a household budget. If you have one already, it might be time to re-evaluate and adjust as necessary. Mint.com is a great tool to help you understand your spending and saving habits. You can get started with a free account, and they even have a free app on both Apple and Android platforms.

  5. Do you remember coloring in kindergarten? And how much fun it was? Being creative is a great outlet for extra energy. And coloring has proven to be a popular hobby for people of all ages - it’s not just for kids anymore! Pinterest has a ton of adult coloring pages that you can print out. Shhhh… We won’t tell if you color outside the lines!

  6. Celebrate the recovery of Tom Hanks and his lovely wife, Rita, by watching his movies with your favorite streaming service! Whether you start at the beginning and watch his entire catalog, or just pick a few favorites, you’re sure to find a friend in Tom. Here’s a list of his films (in order of release date) to help you get started.

  7. Sports fans, do you find yourself missing the excitement of seeing your favorite athletes and teams take the field? There may not be any new games or matches happening right now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t re-live some of your favorite moments! Basketball fans, check out the Buzzer Beaters of the Decade. Football fans, for you there’s the Top 100 Plays of the 2010s. If it’s baseball you’re pining for, here are some of the greatest walk-off home runs of the post season. And be sure not to miss some of the greatest sporting moments ever, or the top 40 moments in sports history!

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Elvin Rivera

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