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The Art of Socializing During Coronavirus Outbreak

All over the world, the coronavirus outbreak has created so much problems. The World Health Organization (WHO) already declared COVID-19 as pandemic which means it already has spread over several countries and affecting a large mass of people. One of the negative effects of this pandemic is the suffering of businesses which led to more and more people working and staying at home. Be it a lockdown or community quarantine, the interaction and gathering of people are highly discouraged. Since more people are no longer going out, establishments and businesses are forced to close since they are continuously losing a lot of customers. Another problem with most of us as this pandemic COVID-19 continues to rise is that a lot of us have more time on our hands. With this, we don’t know what to do since we think we are paralyzed inside our own homes. That’s why in this article, we will be tackling about the art of socializing during coronavirus outbreak.

The art of socializing during coronavirus outbreak

If you feel like going crazy being stuck at home, there are some activities you can go back to or do to keep yourself busy and productive. Below is the list of things to help make things less stifling.

Take online classes

Learn something new, be it a new language or skill. Thanks to the power of internet, classes of all kinds are readily available for free!

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Pick a hobby

Now, it could be a perfect time to go back to your hobby which hibernated a long time ago. Start asking yourself, “what is my hobby before?”. You may want to create a masterpiece with some yarns, needles or paints. Be creative.

Play games

Stimulate your brain by putting it to work. Try some puzzles, chess or Sudoku. If you are also with your family members, you may want to play board or card games, or even playstation, if still available today.

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Read a book

Do you have that book you bought awhile back but never have the chance to read since you have no time? Now is your chance to give that book a justice. Go read it and learn from it.

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Learn how to cook or bake

What about learning how to bake or cook? Why don’t you cook something special for the family? You may not only learn a skill, but you can also surprise yourself of what you can do.

Watch a movie

Have that movie you are longing to watch? Now is the time. You can either stream it online with Netflix. You will never run out of good movies.

Update your blog

If you are in the blogging realm, it’s now the time to learn new plugins, try a new theme, customize your site, or optimize it. Learning is a never-ending process. It is the perfect time to update your blog and keep on improving.

Exercise

Of course, don’t forget to keep yourself healthy by sweating. Working out at home does a lot of benefits for your body and improving your immune system. Doing a 30-minute exercise in a day means a lot!

Skin Care

Get that perfect glow by trying out new skin care routine. There are lots of resources online where you can learn from to get that healthy and young-looking skin achievable.

Feed your soul

Most importantly, even not during this coronavirus outbreak, read your bible and feed your soul. A well-read bible is a sign of well-fed soul. Ask for divine wisdom and it will guide how you think and act. It will also help you refocus on what matters most in this life.

In other words, use this time of coronavirus outbreak to unwind, disconnect and stay calm. Now, tell me your ideas of keeping yourself busy without spending too much money.

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knre
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knre

Indeed these are some of the many ways to get busy and productive at this time. Staying at home is already a big help we can give to the whole community. Cheers!

Anna
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So many great ideas to make the most of this forced home-time! I´d love to read a few books, but my kids have no school these days – so no chance lol

Emily Fata
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These are all such great ideas! I’ve been socializing with my friends over FaceTime and sharing a coffee “screen-to-screen”. It’s not the same, but it definitely makes the isolation better.

Kristine Nicole Alessandra
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Kristine Nicole Alessandra

It is depressing to be stuck at home, but we have to our part to help “flatten the curve.” I now have more time to spend tending to my potted plants and I have watched 4 movies so far on Netflix. I think I am going to sign up and learn a new language online.

the joyous living
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this is an excellent list of ways to stay occupied during coronavirus pandemic. however i don’t see many about how to socialize. i was thinking things like facetime and online games that you can play w/ friends.

knycx.journeying
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Some good tips and thanks for sharing. It’s now a great concern all over the world and we do need to stay strong and healthy. A good exercise is much required to stay healthy both physically and mentally. @knyxc.journeying

katrina Kroeplin
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katrina Kroeplin

i love doing online classes. i did my college degree online so i’m very used to it. i was thinking of learning more about playing the guitar. i have been meaning to so it’s a good excuse to pick it back up.

emman damian
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I think social distancing is a good thing. Also, we can always utilize online tools such as Zoom and Skype!

Stephen
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First day working from home yesterday and it was so strange talking with my colleagues over Skype rather than in person, this post is very useful

Melanie williams
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Melanie williams

There are some really good ideas here. Sensible and sound advice…bring on the reading for sure x

Natalie
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Natalie

Great tips. I’m gonna take some online courses and read a lot of books.

khoingn | The Broad Life
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I tried going out of home in very short time in day to avoid being boring but it’s quite not safe. I also update about the situation of my country on my blog https://thebroadlife.com.
Everything’s just so bad because of the virus.

Loise
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So nice that you include the skincare on the things to do when staying at home, I really love doing my skincare routine! Of course, I’ve been doing some of the things you’ve listed there. I’ve been focusing on my new blog these days , at least I am making a little bit productive, right.
Stay safe and healthy!

angie
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still so many great ways to enjoy life without having so many face to face times. Perhaps we will all learn a bit out of all of this

Cristina Petrini
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Surely we find ourselves having to deal with a digital socialization which, however, must be deeper, more true because this is not the time to turn our backs on us.

sarah
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Information like this is so so important in our current climate. As a freelance writer, I never realised how valuable it was to be able to spend most of my day alone. It’s not until the pandemic that I realised how many people would struggle with being stuck indoors. I love that you’ve covered so many different ideas, instead of just telling people to skype each other. It’s not always as simple as just staying in contact, it’s about keeping your brain stimulated 🙂

Amber Myers
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We’ve been doing a lot of these. I jog in the morning to get exercise. And we’ve been watching movies and such.

Krysten Quiles
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All great suggestions! I’m still working but am trying to take some time to relax on my days off. These are trying times for sure.

Infinity Laser Spa
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I have been reading a lot and blogging more than before since social-distancing started. Exercising indoors is a bit tricky but going for a run outside is risking catching the virus, especially if a lot of other people are running too. So many great ideas!

Kristyn Nealey
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There are many things on this list that we are doing. Playing board games is always fun and we finally have the time to read those long rule books so we can’t start playing. Love this list of ways to be productive during this global pandemic.

Nyxie
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I’m planning on doing some online classes to pass the time during this quarantine!
Great post.

chad
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These are amazing tips, it is a whole new world for sure and we need to get used to it. We already started to take online classes and it feels great.

Jessica Collazo
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Yes we have to make the best of this situation. We can learn so much at this momment.

Marie Phillips
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I have gotten to enjoy a few of these things in the past couple of weeks, but my life isn’t slowing down as much as others’ seem to be because I still have so much work to do from home and my kids here with me. I am enjoying the time, though! And maybe I can start designating some time to take a break and do more of these things.

Priya
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Thank you for the great suggestions. It is always good to keep learning and improving yourself. Covid-19 has given us all this opportunity. I love playing different games with my kids!

Joanna
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Joanna

These are all great tips. I like to cook so I am using my free time to make new recipes, and try out dishes that I haven’t before,

Cindy Ingalls
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I’ve been blogging, reading and keeping in touch with my friends by text.

Monidipa
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Monidipa

Exactly these things we really need to do while on quarantine. This will help a lot.

Susan1375
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Susan1375

I am an introvert so don’t mind social distancing. I am taking an online writing class and completing some lost wax carving so I am enjoying just being at home with my cat

Laura Schwormstedt
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These are all really good ideas as it’s so important to still be “social” even if that means just online. I have just signed up for online Ukelele classes and can’t wait

Laura x

Arugba Stanley
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Arugba Stanley

Thanks for the info, now i have a list of things and activities to help me throught this quarantine period

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