18 Activities to Do At Home That You Haven’t Thought Of

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Well, it seems like we might be self-isolating and social distancing for a little while longer than expected. Because of this, it might seem like you’ve already done all of the activities that you could possibly think of to keep yourself busy while staying at home. 

Although it’s important to try to stay positive, it’s also easy to get bored, it’s easy to get frustrated, it’s easy to feel lonely, and it’s easy to feel upset—all of these things are normal, justifiable, and probably being felt by a lot of other people. I know that I get easily overwhelmed and anxious, and I turn to some sort of mental stimulation to get my mind off of things. And by the way, it’s also totally OK if you just feel like just watching Netflix on the couch. 

If you feel the same way that I do however, you’re in luck, because we’re not out of activity ideas just yet. Here are 18…

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