Stuff to Do
and Stories We Need Right Now
After spending over 10,000 hours at home, I decided this list can inspire you and save you from boredom
I have been working from home since forever. Ok, actively for 3 years now, but before that I have spent a good amount of time remote working or “home officing”, so I have had my fair share of hours spent alone and trying to stay productive. With my company webdesh and social initiatives that I am part of, also great amount of support from family, friends and my boyfriend, I managed to escape the isolation and depression fast when it hits. It hits always when you stay isolated for too long, but if you know it’s just temporary, this helps. Of course for more severe mental problems that are not just mild discomforts, you should seek support from a professional.
How this article started: I had a bad migraine last night, went to sleep at 10PM after throwing up (a lot) and I got up at 2:30AM. After reading again all the news, I decided to stay on a positive note, since I couldn’t sleep, I decided I may as well stay productive, remembered and researched a bunch and here is the result :)
Our goal here is to stay positive, relaxed, spend valuable time with the people who you live with (best if only with them!) and maybe catch up on things you never find the time to. Let’s get started!
Before you proceed...
I want to get one other thing our of the way – we are not going to talk about the obvious – read books, work from home, cook, etc. But I have found some interesting ideas to enjoy your time at home in different and more diverse ways. So a list of books (mostly entrepreneurship and personal development) I recommend can come in another article ;)
Also, none of these are paid or sponsored, if I share affiliate links, I will specifically tell you ALWAYS about that! I feel this is only fair.
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Random things to do at home
Just random things to do at home. Let's start with these (all links):
End World Hunger...
DIY Hand Sanitizer?
I just want to make this clear – there are things that work and things that don’t. So here is why we should listen to the experts, in this case I trust the WHO (World Health Organization) since they have a guide and also experts say, that using soup and water for 20 seconds (at least) is much better. If you don’t have this and if the pharmacies around are out of hand sanitizers (to use on the go), then maybe you can follow the guide here: LINK and a vloger here has analysed many recipes and explains it quite easy.