MAKE TIME TO MOVE
A workout at home or walk around your neighborhood (at non-peak hours so you can practice social distancing safely) is essential during your post-work hours. Stream a few of our favorite workouts right from your home: you can get a seven day free trial of Melissa Wood Health’s MHW Method right now, which includes over 50 workouts. You can also stream Megan Roup’s dance cardio and sculpting workouts from the Sculpt Society online, along with Physique 57 on demand, which features over 100 video classes, or obé fitness, which offers 14 live classes per day and a library of 4,000+ on demand workouts.
SCHEDULE FACETIME DATES WITH YOUR FRIENDS
Your friends can all virtually hang out as you safely keep your distance with FaceTime dates. You can even make it a remote happy hour: add a little wine or your favorite cocktail and you can virtually “cheers” with your besties.
GET YOUR DIY HOME PROJECTS DONE
You’ve been talking about getting your gallery wall up for years, and now you can spend your post-work hours making it a reality. Plus, you can finally clean out and reorganize your closet–the SN collection is launching soon and you’ll want space in your closet, of course!
TRY NEW RECIPES
You’ll want to opt for the same old meals three times per day, but this is the perfect time to try a brand new recipe. You’ve always wanted to try Carrie’s greatest Italian dinner recipes, right? Grab your essentials from the grocery store and go for it!
Becoming a TikTok pro requires time and practice, and the era of social distancing is the perfect opportunity to work on your TikTok game. Learn a viral dance you could never go down straight from your living room–and share the results on social so everyone can see.
CALL YOUR GRANDPARENTS AND OTHER RELATIVES
Your grandparents or older relatives are likely staying put at home–which means they’re available to chat on the phone whenever you can. People may feel isolated during this time, so don’t forget to virtually show your family some love.
FIND A WAY TO HELP OTHERS
Check in with your neighbors and anyone in your community who might need additional help during this time. Or, donate to an organization that’s making a difference in response to the coronavirus pandemic–Food Bank for New York City, City Harvest, and Room to Grow are three outstanding organizations we love at Something Navy.
WORK ON A PUZZLE OR PLAY A BOARD GAME
Pause from screen time by working on a puzzle or playing an old school board game. You’ll be surprised how entertaining they are!