Fun things to do Indoors

We understand that self-quarantine and social distancing can take its toll both mentally and physically. Therefore, our Chapter Marketing team has compiled a list full of tips and resources to help keep you busy during this time.

FREE FUN THINGS!

  • Have a karaoke night and sing along to all of your favorite songs
  • Learn something new, or find inspiration by listening to some TED Talks
  • Have a game night
  • Take a tour of the world’s most famous museums– from your couch!
  • Try out a new recipe
  • Spring cleaning, anyone? Set aside unwanted clothing to donate or sell on sites like eBay or Poshmark
  • Take a nice long bubble bath
  • Clean out your refrigerator
  • Use Goodreads to rate the books you’ve already read and get new personalized recommendations
  • Build a blanket fort in your living room
  • Do some meditating – Use apps like Breathe and Calm to guide you!
  • Sing a song
  • Watch the sunrise or sunset
  • Make small house repairs
  • Paint, draw, sculpt, design – express yourself through art!
  • Start a blog or journal – and write your story!
  • Exercise from home
  • Listen to your favorite music
  • Take up yoga – use YouTube to find FREE classes!
  • Do some bird watching
  • Cook your favorite dinner- and eat by candlelight!
  • Knit or crochet
  • Listen to the radio
  • Sit in the backyard and enjoy the fresh air!
  • Clean out your car
  • Play with your pet
  • Play a game of cards
  • Break out an old instrument and play a tune
  • Build a model
  • Do a crossword puzzle
  • Read some poetry
  • Play a computer game
  • Walk your dog
  • Do some daily stretching
  • Visualize a pleasant scene
  • Spend some time surfing the internet
  • Color in a coloring book
  • Learn a new language- Download Duolingo to learn for FREE!
  • Listen to a new podcast
  • Dust off your library card- use Libby to borrow e-books and audiobooks from your local library for FREE!

FUN SUBSCRIPTION/FEE-BASED SERVICES

  • Download a new audiobook from Audible
  • Check out local restaurants and bakeries for adapted delivery and takeout options
  • Take advantage of businesses offering special hours of service, for example, Dollar General’s “first hour” of business dedicated to senior citizens