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8 Worthwhile Things To Do While Staying Indoors

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For some people staying indoors at home for an extended time is a dream. For others it can turn into a bit of bore. Sometimes you have everything planned in your head as to what you’re going to do and nothing gets done at all! Here are 8 helpful and worthwhile things you can do with your time!

1. Re-arrange The Furniture

Changing around the furniture in your living room or you bedroom can make a huge difference. If you’ve been considering an update on your main spaces, re-arranging the furniture is fun way to try out a new way of living.

2. De-clutter and Organize

Whether it’s the kitchen or your wardrobe there are some places that are guaranteed to be sorted out. You’ll feel a whole lot better when everything is order and easy to find!

3. Make A Vision Board

A vision board is a fun activity for all ages. You can make use of old magazines laying about and print off images to create a vision board for yourself. This can help you focus and remind yourself of what you what for your career, life and family.

You can make a vision board for every area of your life. One for your career which you can hang in the office, or other areas of life. You can do one for a fun family that everyone can get involved in.

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4. Write Down Your Goals

Write out your plan and goals for the year ahead. Getting your thoughts down on paper will help you to get clarity and focus on the necessary actions in the write order.

5. Read Something Inspiring

Staying indoors at home is the perfect time to read something inspiring. Read up on someone you admire, or an interest that you’d like to learn more about.

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6. Take A Course

There are lots of online courses you can take to improve on existing skills or to learn something totally new.

7. Start Your Channel

Create your YouTube channel or start your blog. This can be a just as a creative outlet for something that inspires you or something you feel you need to speak on. Whatever it is give it a go you never know what it might turn into!

8. Print Your Photos

How many photos have you got on your phone that you’ve forgotten about? Clear up some phone memory and print them out instead. If you haven’t got a printer you can use an online service instead. You can use your photos to make a gallery wall, a photo album or book. Or you can use a few photos in your vision board.

8 Worthwhile Things To Do While Staying Indoors - Printing and using your photos
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Let me know what your favourite things are while staying indoors at home. Will you be trying any of the suggestions any time soon? Put down in the comments a yes in the comments and which one!

Chloe

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  • Vanessa King
    18th December 2020 at 21:19

    The only things I HAVEN’T done from that list this year is to write down my goals, or start a channel. I love being creative, but don’t like being social. I’ve even been able to stop therapy this year because the pressure for me to be social is off, for the first year in my life! I’m sorry that it’s taken a pandemic to see that silver lining, but realizing that in late spring has been wonderful for me, personally. (Suddenly feeling a lack of pressure, not everything else from the pandemic, I mean). I have an amazing Pinterest account that I have hundreds of followers for that (thankfully) I’ll never have to interact with, where I’ve created a vision board. I’ve designed my own bed from a collection of fortnite designs, which I hope to make next year, I’ve rearranged my furniture, I redid my bathroom myself, and changed up switches and fixtures (please don’t do that unless you have prior electrical experience, though!) I’ve read Amanda Palmer, Jann Arden, and RBG, I decluttered my clothes (and photographed the process, which helped to get rid of things), and I took several online courses, including Indigenous Canada. And did I mention I got a nice raise? I’m dreading the inevitable re-onset of the pressure to be social, but I have enjoyed the ability to quarantine and create that came along with this year. In some ways, I feel, … caught up. Given better world circumstances, I’d say 2020 has been a good year. I still think it has been. Nature has returned. We’ve seen what has happened, and a while lot of other good stuff. But I do understand this year has been a very mixed bag. I’ve just enjoyed creating for myself, and for others. Thank you for this post, too, Chloe! It’s good to feel accomplished! This may have been one of the first list of another person’s that I’ve been able to check ✔️ my way through! Great list! Good ideas for everyone. They are great ideas with which to rebuild and recharge this winter!

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    • chloedominik
      21st December 2020 at 21:23

      Hi Vanessa, thank you. Glad you enjoyed the post. It sounds like you’ve been using the lockdown of 2020 very much to your advantage. Which so great! Sounds like you’re still having fun!

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