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5 Ideas to Stay Productive at Home Quarantine

Already done with this eat, sleep, addicted with social media pattern all day? No worries, we got you covered!

How many of us really wanted a “looong break from our busy scheduled lives”? Oh, who knew we’ll end-up bored to death with these quarantine days so soon.

Even though times are unpleasant, but it’s super beneficial for us right now to keep our shoes inside, and find out ways to get creatively involved and productive at our homes too.

So here we bring you 5 fantastic ideas to avoid getting stressed-up, and staying engaged at home all by yourself.

  • Learn a New Language or Start a Short Course:

Idea! Or how about learning all the tech skills that you wanted to master at, but your job or studies didn’t get you free time. Well, in this quarantine you can learn and become a perfectionist at any new skill you always wanted to acquire. Learn German or Chinese language, or sign up for a free course of your taste at Coursera, MIT Courseware, or Microsoft Free Online Courses. Or you can also explore YouTube videos on Adobe Photoshop, SAP, or other softwares to totally give a competitive edge to your professional resume.

So here we bring you 5 fantastic ideas to avoid getting stressed-up, and staying engaged at home all by yourself.

  • Learn a New Language or Start a Short Course:

Idea! Or how about learning all the tech skills that you wanted to master at, but your job or studies didn’t get you free time. Well, in this quarantine you can learn and become a perfectionist at any new skill you always wanted to acquire. Learn German or Chinese language, or sign up for a free course of your taste at Coursera, MIT Courseware, or Microsoft Free Online Courses. Or you can also explore YouTube videos on Adobe Photoshop, SAP, or other softwares to totally give a competitive edge to your professional resume.

  • Do Plentiful Exercises and Play Lots of Indoor Games:

Sure you don’t want to come out as a hippo when this quarantine ends! But, no gym available and very less physical activity? You got the option of online at-home exercises, or a 15 days work-out challenge app which wouldn’t require you any equipment at all. And for a motivation boost, give your best friends a video call and make them join you too.

Playing indoor games helps keeping your mind active, so don’t give a second thought and turn out a chess game today with your family or your friends with screen share.

  • Time to Bloom Your Passion into a Profession:

Remember the last time your friends loved your special nutty brownies? Or when your remarkable painting earned you huge bucks? Well, it’s high time to give your passion a professional look and earn a lot of money with it when staying at home. Create your Instagram or Facebook pages to showcase your expertise. Add catchy colorful images and sample portfolios, or even Buy Facebook Likes to give a full boost to your new venture.

  • Don’t Mess-up Your Routine:

It’s very tempting in stay-at-home game to spend lazy days and Netflix nights, and ultimately waking up too late in the morning (or afternoon?).

One of the best tips to stay energized and avoid gloomy mind in this quarantine is to keep a healthy routine and setting up proper patterns for your sleep. No matter what, waking up early and inhaling fresh air DOES give your mind a positivity and helps to detoxify your lungs. According to CNN Health, breathing meditation elevates psychological stress, regulates emotion and helps focusing attention.

  • Reorganize Your Room:

There couldn’t be any better time for you than this to actually give your home a spectacular look just by a lil’ effort. Instead of getting bored with your usual room setting, give it a new look and get rid of all clutter items around. Decorate your walls with paints and bring-in those money plants for a refreshing air. Enjoy making beautiful and easy-to-make hanging crafts, and hang them on your door to give an artistic look.

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