6 Tips to Prevent Boredom During Quarantine

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Do you have to quarantine yourself at home because you may be infected with the coronavirus? This is quite a drastic thing to do. If you have to stay home for an extended period, your life can suddenly change. This is especially true if you are temporarily or technically unemployed due to coronavirus vaccination, if you do not have to go to school, or if you do not know what to do on the weekends. Here are some things you can do to fight boredom!

1)  Keep a Diary

Keeping a diary will keep you occupied during this corona crisis. Every day, take some time to write down your thoughts. It can be a situation you are experiencing, a beautiful poem, or even something that is bothering your mind. This activity will keep you awake and distract you from what is happening around you. Of course, you can add more power to your journal by attaching newspaper articles or beautiful papers. That way, you won’t get bored, and you will soon have a memory of this strange time.

2) Communicate With Friends and Family

It is essential to keep in touch with your loved ones. Of course, this does not mean that you have to meet them together somewhere. This is not even allowed in some places nowadays. Thanks to modern technology, we are still able to keep in touch with our loved ones. We can call or send a message, but Skype and video calls are much more personal. When all your friends and family members have time, try to make a joint video call. This way, you can support each other by getting information about each other’s lives, sharing stories, and asking how everyone is spending their time.

3) Find a New Hobby

Try a new hobby or resume an old hobby that you are not currently doing. You can find inspiration for new hobbies on Youtube or particular websites with online courses. This is a great way to get started right at home, and you don’t even have to go outside. You will find all kinds of videos with tutorials and tips on learning something new. Do you have a piano, guitar, drums, or any other instrument at home? Then find a tutorial on YouTube and learn how to play a new song. Do you have a camera at home? Then take a small photography course online. Or maybe you want to learn a unique dance style. There are also online yoga, flower arrangement, and cooking courses. There are lots of options!

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Brushes, Painter, Work Shop, Bowl, Lights, Work

4) Cook

With plenty of time on your hands, you can try new recipes and cook dishes that you never had time to do before. Choose a great recipe from a recipe book, or look for cooking tips on the Internet. Grocery stores are still open, so you can make a list of the items you need and get them right away.

5) Board Games

Relaxing at home with your family or partner is never dull. Pull out a fun board game, and you’ll have your sweet time back for a while. If you don’t have board games, you can play card games such as Uno or order new board games online. Puzzles can be a lot of fun as well.

6) Read a Book

Now that you have this free time, you can finally read that book you’ve been putting off for a long time. Make yourself a cup of coffee, sit down in a chair, and pick out a good book. You probably still have books at home that were given to you once, or your partner or parents gifted you. If you don’t, then reread your favorite books or order books online. Of course, you can also read e-books.

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Tea Time, Reading, Poetry, Leisure, Tea, Flat Lay, Cozy

Everyone hates having to stay home for days at a time. However, during this period, there is nothing else to do. Let us know if the tips above have helped make your days more meaningful and fight boredom!