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As we all know right now we can’t be camping fabulous because we are trapped inside.

and because experts recommend that even those who show no signs of illness stay home during this time of the global pandemic, so we need to stay at home for our safety. so for making this quarantine more fun and not being bored we here to give you 100 things to do.


so let’s get started.

  1. Complete a puzzle: The more pieces the better! Feeling extra saucy? combat a Rubik’s Cube. More of a word person? Crossword puzzle!
  2. Start a journal or blog. Sure, it is often about the coronavirus, but it could even be a few specific interests from chess to cheese.
  3. If it won’t bother your neighbors: Dust off that old instrument and practice.
  4. Text all of your exes just in case you’ve got another thing you wanted to urge off your chest.
  5. Write to poetry. Perhaps you’ll craft a haiku for Mother’s Day or something without a selected structure. Just try it!
  6. Watch all the long movies you’ve avoided so far.
  7. Download Duolingo, or an identical app, and teach yourself a far off language.
  8. Finally read “Infinite Jest,” “Les Miserables” or maybe “The Stand.” Go beat and skim “Ulysses.” you bought this.
  9. Meditate. Try lying down together with your eyes closed, palms up and while that specializes in your breath. Or spend 20 minutes sitting crosslegged and repeat a soothing word to yourself in your head. (The latter is more like transcendental meditation.)
  10. Face masks, moisturizer, oh my! Treat yourself to a 10-step skincare routine you don’t have time for during a traditional workweek.
  11. check out pictures of puppies.
  12. Put together the foremost attractive charcuterie board possible, but you’ll only use foods you have already got in your fridge and cupboard.
  13. note from “Tangled” star Rapunzel, who has a whole song about how she’s spent her days alone during a castle. Activities included in her ditty: Ventriloquy, candle-making, paper-mâché and adding a replacement painting to her gallery.
  14. Write actual letters to family and friends. After that? Write thank-you notes to service people that you remember went out of their way for you.
  15. Learn calligraphy. YouTube can help.
  16. Finally, read the principles to those long and intense board games you’ve never played with the family. Encourage the family to play.
  17. placed on a serial. Mute the sound. Create your dialogue.
  18. Have an area in your home where all of the Tupperware goes? Organize it and truly match lids to containers.
  19. try all of your clothes and determine whether or not they “spark joy” á la Marie Kondo.
  20. Better yet, undergo this process together with your junk drawer and provide shelves.
  21. Have a roommate meeting about the way to be more considerate of 1 other, especially while you’ll likely be spending longer together. Bring food.
  22. Bake those goods.
  23. Watch the films that won Oscars for best picture.
  24. Watch films that won Independent Spirit Awards for the best picture.
  25. Watch films that critics say should have won those aforementioned awards.
  26. Read all the New Yorker issues piled on your desk.
  27. Will Hanks into recovery from coronavirus by watching every Hanks movie chronologically.
  28. Knit or crochet.
  29. Use Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts or Polo to video chat together with your long-distance friends.
  30. try at-home aerobics or yoga videos. Consider downloading a fitness app with curated workout playlists.
  31. check out yourself within the mirror. Attempt a self-portrait with a pencil and paper.
  32. Take a bath (bonus: Add a glass of wine).
  33. Make a classic cocktail, from negronis to Manhattans and Aperol spritzes. do not forget the garnish.
  34. Coloring books: They’re not only for kids.

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