It’s 2020 and it seems as though the world is on hold. Holidays, concerts, days out, meeting with family and friends – even going to work is off-limits in some areas! Each day (depending on your location) we’re being plunged into longer lockdowns, tighter restrictions and even quarantine in order to protect the ones we love and those at risk in our communities. And as Covid shows no sign of stopping anytime soon, we must find ways to keep ourselves busy and occupied during these long days and even longer hours stuck at home. Here we’ll explore some awesome things to try during lockdown or quarantine.
Speak with a psychic
Speaking with a psychic isn’t about predicting the winning lottery numbers or finding out what colour your front door will be in ten years, it’s an incredibly intimate and personal experience that can provide you with an insight into what the future holds. It can offer comfort and guidance in these difficult times and even put you in touch with someone you never got to say goodbye to.
You don’t even have to leave the house! You can speak with mediums, psychics and tarot readers online at mediumchat and arrange a reading from the comfort and safety of your living room. In these strange times, finding some simple clarity and reassurance that everything will be ok is incredibly uplifting. Why not give it a try?
Try a new restaurant or café
Many businesses are closed right now, but some eateries are still offering takeaway services. If there are several new restaurants you were hoping to try this year, why not indulge your curiosity and your tastebuds by trying them at home? You could order in one night a week and tick off all the ones you’ve tried. You don’t even have to get dressed…You’ll be helping local businesses stay afloat during these difficult times too.
Have a movie night/day
Most cinematic releases are being made available via download or streaming services. So, if you’re missing the cinema at the moment, why not recreate the experience at home? Treat yourself to a new movie release, indulge in some popcorn and oversized drinks and settle in for the afternoon. At least you won’t have to worry about someone blocking your view!
Try a little meditation
You don’t have to sit atop a mountain with your legs crossed for hours on end to achieve spiritual enlightenment. More people than ever are discovering the benefits of meditation at home. It can help reduce stress, anxiety and help you feel more in control of your daily life. You’ll find plenty of online tips and advice on how to get started.
Forget email, WhatsApp and Facebook messenger. There’s nothing more genuine or enchanting then receiving a handwritten letter from someone you love. So, indulge your family and friends and write them a letter. It can be about anything you want!
Finally, organise everything
Cupboards, closets, wardrobes, drawers, your car trunk, anywhere clutter resides it’s time to sort, arrange and evict it! There’s no better time to introduce a little clarity and organisation into your life.