In the wake of surging COVID-19 cases, here’s 10 ideas for those wanting to stay home and off Netflix.
If you do chose to watch something, knitting at least makes it feel productive. It make seem intimidating, but it’s a simple process.
Anyways, handmade gifts always feel more personal than something store bought. Feel free to mail them to the Revelstoke Review, PO Box 20.
Complete a puzzle
Lets face it, COVID-19 isn’t going away anytime soon so the more pieces the better. Feeling extra saucy?
Take on a Rubik’s Cube.
Start a journal
Sometimes writing is hard (so SO hard), but like everything else, it only will get better with practice. Sure, it can be about coronavirus, but it could be about anything, even pickles to picnics.
It’s time to read the big ones, like Moby Dick, Les Miserables or Game Of Thrones. If that doesn’t please you, delve back to Archie comics.
Take a bubble bath
If I could, I’d move into my tub and refuse to come out until there’s a vaccine. But, Black Press says no. Agh.
Just because there’s a pandemic, doesn’t mean we can’t get classy. Learn how to make a Manhattan, aperol spritzes and negronis. They taste better with evening dress wear and foods on the end of a toothpicks.
No matter what your friends say, they aren’t just for kids.
It might be time to get around to fixing that broken door knob or cleaning the back of the fridge. Sigh.
Rearrange your sock draw
Because why the heck not.
Learn a new language
Download Duolingo, or a similar app, and teach yourself a foreign language. And if that doesn’t tickle your fancy, learn old English words and pepper them into your conversation. Wherefore not?