Running out of things to do? We've got you covered.
Social Distancing Ideas
Rearrange your furniture
Choose a focal point like a prominent window and rearrange your furniture around it. Pro Tips: Don't push your furniture against a wall if you don't have to, it can make a room feel a lot smaller. Creating a conversation area in a room is also a nice touch. Just always make sure you consider the flow, and create a clear path so people can walk from one end of the room to the other without difficulty. Get creative and have fun!
Camp in the backyard.
Pitch a tent and make some s'mores! Want to feel like you're “glamping”? Hang some strings lights and make a cocktail. We love to sit outside by a fire pit and play some guitar and reconnect with the outdoors.
Host a Zoom Happy Hour.
Just because we can't hang out at our favorite local restaurants right now, doesn't mean we can't hang out! Host a happy hour or game night with your friends. BYOB!
Make a holds list at the library.
We love to read all the popular books but hate paying for them. Did you know you can put borrow holds on all the most popular ebooks and audiobooks from your local library. We like to use this app to easily organize and access our holds and loans. It's a game changer.
Virtually visit a museum.
Did you know that lots of amazing museums are offering virtual tours? Bring the keikis along and take in some world class exhibits.
What We're Up To
Watching: Babies on Netflix
Readying: Braving the Wilderness by Brené Brown
Listening to: How I Built This podcast
Learning: How to Paint. Michael is a killer art teacher!
Making: Sauerkraut ferments in mason jars
Doing: Daily Meditations with Sam Harris
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