Folks all across the Tri County area are discovering what it means to have “too much time on their hands.” Sheltering-in-place is keeping everyone in their homes. That is actually letting folks discover a lot about themselves and what is available out in cyberspace. Here are some things you can do online when sheltering at home:
A lot of museums have stepped up during the shut down and have created virtual tours of their exhibits. On some level, this is actually better than actually being there because you can take your time to marvel at all the art and history without feeling like you have to “move along.”
Research a New Topic
Is there are topic you’ve been curious about? Maybe it is a particular king or queen. Perhaps a famous battle. Now is your chance to become an expert on that topic. That vast knowledge of the world is waiting at your fingertips. Dive in!
Take up Yoga and Meditation
Yoga and meditation go hand in hand. They both are about learning how to focus and concentrate. They are also very soothing. And you can learn both practices online. Don’t be intimidated by the yoga poses. If you’re not used to stretching like that, then it will be awkward but every day you’ll go a little further. The same with the meditation. At first you won’t be able to “quiet your mind.” But soon, you’ll be able to slip into a meditative state and relax. Much needed these days!
Learn a New Language
When the sheltering-in-place is over, you could come out speaking a new language. Or maybe just enough to order your favorite cuisine. Again, there are plenty of courses online that can get you started.
You’ll find plenty of online hacks that can help you organize your home. This can be an ongoing project that you can do a little at a time. One closet a day perhaps. At the end of your organizing, your can set up a session with Junk King Tri County to help you get rid of all the unwanted clutter. We have put into place some new pickup policies that will help keep our customers and crews safe. Hiring Junk King Tri County to help you get rid of your junk will make a cozier home.