- Pick up a book or two and read!
When else are you going to have time to make a dent in your reading challenge for the year, no? If you don’t have books lying around the house, Scribd
is making its library free to use for 30 days. That’s millions of ebooks, audiobooks, magazine articles and more at your disposal - make sure you make the most out of it!
- Virtual hangout with your friends.
If you’re an extrovert (like me), staying at home and social distancing may not be an easy to do. If you crave that human interaction, schedule a virtual hangout with your friends. Skype, Facetime, Zoom, Discord - use whatever platform you want.
Can’t go out to watch a movie with your friends? Schedule a Netflix party
- Catch up on your favourite dramas, movies or anime.
What better way to spend your newly-found free time than to binge-watch your favourites? Personally, I’ve been rewatching Vampire Diaries for a bit, although I may switch to watching The Good Doctor (been thinking about this for a while now).
Take advantage of the free 1-month access to iflix
if you redeem the code (tonton_iflix) before 31 March 2020. If you’re at home and you have a subscription to Astro
, take advantage of the free movie channels that they offer!
‘Tis the time to start that blog that you’ve been thinking about. Document your thoughts. Be creative and let your fingers dance across the keyboard. Record a vlog or a TikTok and go viral. Experiment with a new recipe in the kitchen. Rearrange your study/work desk or the furnitures in your room/house. Do a vision board for 2020 (even though it looks like 2020 might be cancelled).