5 Ways To Spend Time in Lock-down

5 Ways To Spend Time in Lock-down

At first, this government-imposed lockdown was not such a bad idea. For many, it was an opportunity for that much-needed rest. Those in megacities saw it as a grand way to save time off the daily commute to work. Most people were excited at the prospect of spending quality time with family, while others could not wait for the liberty to catch up on Netflix shows. It was all fun and games until the reality of a “Socially distanced” routine began to kick in.

As best as the practice is, the monotony of routine would eventually take its toll on you. This is because humans are wired to stay socially connected. It’s yet another week in Lock-down! Wondering how best to while away time indoors? Here are 5 activities to consider

Exercise

Being in a lock-down means having limited access to the gym. As unprecedented as this break is, it should not stop you from achieving your fitness goals. Neither should it stall the body of your dreams. Get moving and get fit! Rather than lay worrying on your couch all day, bring the gym Home. In the absence of the large equipment you would ordinarily make use of at the gym, try incorporating bodyweight routines such as squats, lunges, burpees, planks, and the like. Smaller equipment like Dumb-bells, Revoflex AB Rollers, or a Skipping Rope could also serve the purpose of getting you right on track. 

Engage in a Hobby

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There are multiple ways to incorporate work and play. Stay productive with working from home but when its time to unwind, hobbies are a great way to conveniently kill time in isolation. Truth is, there’s a high chance we still have more days to spend in solitude. Rather than spend all your time on the internet only, get busy doing something else. From baking to journaling, playing video games, drawing, gardening, cooking, playing chess, calligraphy, reading, baking, etc. There are multiple ways to make isolation interesting. 

Learn Something New

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There’s no pressure on you at all. As a matter of fact, no one should stand in the way of your rest, not even an epileptic power supply. It’s okay to have lazy days when you are stuck in bed half of the time. However, it’s only wise that while the whole world is at a standstill, you take advantage of this slow mode to learn something new at your own pace. Become an expert in something. Channel your idle energy into something productive. Is there any skill you’ve been interested in all along? Or one you’ve been curious about? Its time to Enroll for that online class. Read those books you’ve set aside for a while now, but Power Must Not Stand In Your Way

Reach Out/CheckUp on Loved Ones 

Practical Advice for Staying Connected During the Coronavirus Outbreak

No one is an island. Unfortunately, the stay-at-home order aimed at limiting the virus spread has made lots of people feel this way. With friends, family members and loved ones stuck behind closed doors in various locations, it’s easy to lose that connection but this should not be the case. Make out time each day to stay socially connected to those you care about. Reach out to them often, and Carve out time for calls, messages, facetime, or just about any means of maintaining a bond. Kind gestures such as Paying bills, sending money and making payments for your loved would also suffice.

Shopping is Therapeutic

Did you know that shopping eases stress and improves your mental state? That’s because your brain secretes Dopamine – a substance that makes you feel happy once you spot a good deal. Amazing right? Imagine how happy you would feel if you could shop your heart out and stock up on lots of essentials but on a budget. This actually is very possible. Shop the best price on groceries, health essentials and supplies you need all from the comfort of your home. Stay safe indoors; rest assured that you would lack nothing. 

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If you feel uncomfortable with everything happening in the world right now. Coupled with the fact that more than half of the world’s population is on indefinite lockdown, You are not alone. It’s human to feel overwhelmed this period but We bring you Easter Tidings of Hope, and encourage you to hang in there.

It may take a while but things would definitely be fine because no storm lasts forever. Visit konga.com TODAY or send an email to help@konga.com for all your shopping needs. 

 

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