1. Learn a Language
There are many free language apps and YouTube videos available now to help you learn a language to encourage productivity. Studies suggests that learning a language is good for the brain.
2. Catch up on Reading
Reading helps promote brain health. Catch up on reading to grow your brain or help any distractions, stress, or anxiety this isolation may cause.
"Getting creative is good for the soul." Art is subjective and does not have to be a perfect. Grab some paper and a pen and get scribbling. Give it a try. Tons of free videos on YouTube teach drawing skills.
4. Start a Youtube Channel
Why not? Grab your phone and start recording. No special equipment is needed for beginner videos. Your channel could be anything from teaching others how to bake cakes to creating a “vlog” (video blog) about what it’s like to be in isolation with the coronavirus going on outside. As author Rob Moore says, “Start now, get perfect later.” Take action. Check out the DISabled to ENabled YouTube channel, too.
5. Have a Floor Picnic
Spread out a blanket on the floor and everyone sits eating sandwiches and cakes. It kills a few hours and didn’t cost much. Give it a try with your kids.
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