Coronavirus is spreading very quickly all over the world. And everywhere in news, at homes, and in public spaces seem to be revolving around the coronavirus pandemic. Globally the death toll has now crossed over 5000 people with about 145000 infections logged.
In India there have been 98 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Schools universities along with movie halld have been shut in several parts of India. And many offices have given their employees the option to work from home. In this situation, where you have limit outdoor activities, we have listed few activities that you can do right at home.
Here are some ways to keep yourself entertained by sitting at home:
Do read your favourite Novel
In the daily hustle-bustle of working schedule, we completely forget about reading. Even we dont newspapers now. Now is the time that you can stay at home and finish your favourite book that you've been wanting to read since so long.
Get those endorphins rolling in
At home, workout is a great place to start when you're alone for long period of time. Now tie your shoe lace and bring out your yoga mat, put on a video that you can follow and exercise.
Colour the town colourful
If you are feeling anxious or scared during this COVID-19 pandemic, Adult colouring books will help you the most. You can draw or do some origami to get those creative juices flowing. Even you can sketch and paint if that's something you prefer.
Cook a fancy meal for yourself
With all this time on your hands, you can cook your favourite meal. Just get into the kitchen and start cooking your favourite meal or something exotic.
Have a pamper sesh at home
This is the perfect time to get indulge in yourself and have some me-time. Put on a sheet mask, and get some jade roller to get your blood circulating, file and cut your nails and put on your fav nail paint.
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