How’s the vacation treating you? Will you try to ‘Learn New Skills And Make Use Of Your Time While in Quarantine?’
One word: Quarantine; synonyms? Self-isolation, social distancing; public reaction? Restless, foolhardy and downright idiotic.
It’s been quite the new year, hasn’t it? 2020 has shown stories at almost every political affront, and changes in domestic lifestyle. Since February, the word ‘quarantine’ has manifested a rather holier-than-thou impression, and only a few people are being rational about adapting to it.
We’re not sure about how long this is going to last for, but what about using this time as an opportunity to change for the better? This article is about How To Learn New Skills And Make Use Of Your Time At Home. I guess most of you will turn towards introverts for some hardcore advice, right? No worries; it’s high time people started treating each other with some respect!
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Sitting at home binge watching Sacred Games on Netflix may not feel like you’re doing much, but you’re actually living through a major historical event that people will learn and talk about for generations, after all of this is over. Writing a journal will help you not just preserve your memories, but will also help you process your feelings about this time that manages to feel simultaneously terrifying and immensely boring. You could also consider making it a gratitude journal.
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I think a lot of people in our age group – hello mid-twenties – would want to learn how to say ‘quarantine sucks’ in more than 5 different languages. Sounds outrageously difficult, doesn’t it? Believe me, this is the only time you voluntarily can spare to learn something like this! Now is a great time to learn or practice a new language. Find an app that is easy to use, and totally free. You can pick a standard like English, Spanish, or Cantonese, or you can branch out with Navajo, Esperanto, and Klingon or High Valyrian (I’m not kidding). Interested?
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With salons being closed, people are being forced to learn to do their own manicures, hair trims, and even dye jobs. You might want to avoid the urge to cut new bangs, but one thing you can do risk-free is a hair mask.
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Moving on, let’s talk a little about food. Ever had a nightmare where you don’t have anyone to make you some tasty homemade food? Did this nightmare compel your lazy-bottoms to finally learn the ways around a kitchen?
For starters, learn how to make your own bread.
Nothing smellsl better than fresh bread baking, but it can feel daunting for beginner bakers who don’t know what “proofing yeast” even means, much less how to do it. Plus, who has the time to sit around rising, kneading, and then baking dough? You do, now! If you’re already a pro, take this opportunity to learn how to bake a new type of bread, like sourdough, and teach this skill to your child while you’re at it.
Here’s a little Reader’s Digest snippet to making bread and cakes the easy way. Give it a read!
Unless there’s a strict stay-indoors mandate – there’s something like this almost everywhere – you’re still allowed to go outside for exercise, while still following self-quarantining rules. (Not in groups and while staying at least six feet away from others, of course.) This is something you should take advantage of daily as exercise and sunshine are two of the best things you can do for your physical and mental health. Nature is one of the wonderful things that will never be cancelled!
There are so, SO many different ways to be productive during this pandemic. Finding puzzles to spike some life in those eyes, becoming an essential worker to help the poor – whilst maintaining precautions – and being optimistic during this period are some of the many things we have to go through without breaking up.
Find the urge hiding behind that thick façade of playing-pretend and locate your purpose in this life. Learn New Skills And Make Use Of Your Time While In Quarantine.
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