Social Distancing: With the world in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic practicing self-isolation and social distancing, all people in the Nigeria have been encouraged to work from home if they can. But with EVERYEVERY TIPS, staying in can be just as fun and productive as going out! Tips for keeping boredom at bay during lockdown COVID-19. We’ve covered you, from discovering new skills to embracing your inner Design guru
1. Clear out your wardrobe
Devote your new-found time and attention to sorting out your clothes, decluttering your home, dabbling items you haven’t worn for six months and coordinating clothes into sections so it’s easier to browse in the mornings. This is a perfect opportunity to take inspiration from new outfits or rediscover an old favorite.
What you’ll need: Vacuum storage bags
2. Social Distancing; Give yourself a manicure
Often it’s the little things in life that make us feel better, there being a fresh manicure up there. For the ladies Take some time, move your nails down, slather on some hand cream and pick a shade that will make you smile from ear to ear.
What you’ll need: An at-home gel kit
3. Read a book
It’s time to read the book which has been sitting on your shelf over the last few months. Get inspired by a best-selling novel, indulge in a book endorsed by your favorite stars or steal a few hours into a different world. Hot tea, and comfortable pillow.
What you’ll need: A Kindle Paperwhite
Did you miss the Game of Thrones craze or are you late to the Grey’s Anatomy party? Now’s the time to catch up on all that TV you’ve been curious about, so get comfy and get ready to commit hours of your life to watching someone else’s dramas.
5. Watch Disney movies
How often do you get a chance to sit around and watch Disney movies all weekend? Disney+ has officially launched, so repare to be obsessed!
What you’ll need: A Disney+ subscription
A crossword challenge
Are you looking for something a bit more demanding? Put your head to the test and do a crossword or puzzle using Sudoku and see how far you can go. There are plenty of online crosswords or word puzzles that ensure you don’t have to leave the house for a game.
6; What you’ll need: A crossword challenge
7. Make a photo album/back up your phone pictures
Know when you took girls ‘ holiday in 2016 or that you went to those caves ? Help guarantee memories like this are treasured by taking the time to assemble a scrapbook or a memory album. Likewise, make a images backup on your camera to make sure you don’t lose them in upcoming years.
What you’ll need: Scrapbooks
8. Plant some flowers
Insert some shade of welcome into your house or garden, and plant some flowers. Now that the sun shines, it’s the ideal time to go out into the garden and see your flowers bloom.
What you’ll need: A gardening kit
9. Style your drawers
In the words of the favorite Japanese sytle expert, if it doesn’t’ spark happiness’ it has to go inside. Rummage in the midst of your drawers between socks, underwear and what ever else lurks, and enjoy the fruits of a clean and organized drawer desk.
What you’ll need: Drawer dividers
Indulge your sweet tooth and try a Bake Off masterpiece of your own at home. David Beckham loves baking and has taken to social media to show off a delicious lemon drizzle cake. We’re opting for a rainbow cake, because the family need cheering up.
What you’ll need: A rainbow cake set
11. Learn how to use thread and niddle
Take your needles and take the time to perfect a new knitting ability. Knitting is known as highly calming and practical not just for grandmas.
What you’ll need: A instruction manual
12. Dance it out
Blast out some of your favourite tunes and get dancing in your bedroom, living room or bathroom. Hairbrush microphone optional.
What you’ll need: A karaoke kit
Replace your gym visit with an at-home work-out, with squats, burpees and press-ups all achievable without equipment. Transform your lounge into a yoga space and stretch it out.
What you’ll need: A subscription to Fiit
14. Play board games
If you’re lucky enough to be in quarantine with company, embrace some old school entertainment and crack out the board games for some light competition. Monopoly should be chosen at your own risk.
What you’ll need: Monopoly