COVID 19 Home Ideas

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Fun Things To Do At Home

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Take An Instagram Baking Class

Cupcakes, Donuts and More...


 
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Take an Instagram baking class

 
Being stuck inside has its upsides: namely that you’re never far from your kitchen. This definitely is not the time to worry about waistlines, and baking has all sorts of therapeutic effects (seriously – google it). But if your repertoire doesn’t go beyond chocolate fridge cake, don’t worry: ace London bakery Bread Ahead is streaming baking classes via Instagram. From doughnuts to brownies, there’s no limit to what these pros can help you create. Take their ingredient list on your next shopping run before tuning in.
 


Catch Up On Literary Classics

Reading is fundamental...


 

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Catch Up On Literary Classics

 
 
You know that pile of books that you haven’t ever quite managed to get into? There’ll never be a better time to conquer it. We asked nine authors for the books that they’ll be finally finishing during lockdown. And if you’ve already exhausted your library, you can now access more than a million books for free online as part of the ‘National Emergency Library’. The Internet Archive has removed waiting lists from its comprehensive library of 1.4 million digitised books and other materials donated by libraries and universities around the world. Usually you’d have to join a queue before being able to ‘borrow’ anything from its collection. But now you can just dip into whatever you want, whenever.
 


Join A Virtual Choir

Get Your Glee On


 

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Join A Virtual Choir 

 
If the videos of cities in lockdown coming together to sing on their balconies left you with a lump in your throat, here’s your chance to add your vocal cords to one of several online choirs popping up around the world. The Sofa Singers is a free online singing event that aims to ‘bring people together from around the world to spark joy and human connection’. It involves hundreds of singers joining a Zoom call and learning a new song together. Lifefullness Live also runs a sing-a-log every weekday. You can either join a video call near you to sing with your neighbors, or stream the event on Instagram or Facebook.