In this period of lockdown and quarantine, it is not unusual to slip into a daily schedule of boredom, non-activity, or laziness. To some people, it has provided a well-deserved break but there is a limit to that feeling of vacation.
An extremely extensive variety, of online courses, are being offered on a
platter so to speak. From Harvard university opening up a plethora of online courses specially curated on intellectual subjects such as religion, computing technology, and political situations. Linkedin Learning has an equally vast range of professional courses which would be a welcome adornment on resumes.
Celebrity chefs sharing their top-secret lip-smacking recipes on social media platforms, along with youtube recommendations being lined up with beginner-friendly sumptuous recipes. Trying to cook or bake has never been easier.
Art workshops are a new rage as alcohol and coffee-infused painting take over the internet. Every day there is a new webinar being organized on relevant topics, they provide a golden opportunity to converse with professionals from different walks of life. Thus, giving the illusion of being right there in a group meeting and not sitting at home.
Virtual reality has awed people all over the world. From meandering in the by-lanes of Turkey to shopping to your heart’s content in Milan, from trekking on the Swiss Alps to basking in the sunlit glory of Miami’s beaches. Augmented reality has established itself as magic, really.
Spring cleaning which was a long time due, the cupboard’s orderly arrangement which has remained in the to-do lists, clearing out the garage – it is now the time to do all these activities and finally stop being guilty.
Using old clothes to make a statement wardrobe, dusting those board games, and having a go at the DIY products. Penning down your thoughts, writing a song, getting back to the hobby a busy schedule made you say goodbye to.
Quarantine is the time to shine. The clock shows the time, it doesn’t give it back, so utilize every moment.