The Covid-2019 has forced us to live in strange times and most of us have been forced to work from home. That being the case, we find ourselves with excess time on our hands, which seems much but there are ways we can find to spend it productively.
Below are different ways which we can productively spend the excess time in lockdown
It could be books, novels, magazines, blogs or digital contents like video tutorials. One of the best and productive way you can pass time is reading. Read books that you actually enjoy. When you read books that you actually want to read, you’ll find it more difficult to put it down.
Not everyone have this idea, but if you want to make sure that you spend your time well this period, study is what you need. There are dozens of online platforms offering free and paid courses during this lockdown. The good thing is, most of these courses you can take at your own pace. Some of them even have free certificate after completion.
If you want to be healthier during this lockdown period, make sure to do one bit of exercise every day. There are very many free classes online on how to exercise. These classes are prerecorded and others live streams workout on specific days and times
This is the best time if you have been longing to learn how to cook and actually practice. It is a fun way to spend time and also add some variety to your diet!
Watch a documentary
There are tons of websites including YouTube that can offer you free documentaries. Some other sites include Documentary tube and documentary Heaven
Whether you’re into politics, history, sharks, revolutions, or serial killers, there is something for you and interesting to watch during lockdown. Documentaries can be very educational
Play a game
Playing games can be a good way of spending excess time, especially board games. There are ways to play your favorite games online
Learn a language
This is my favorite. Have you ever wanted to speak a new language, whether it’s Italian or Arabic?
There are plenty of time to dedicate to learning a new language, improving your vocabulary, and testing out pronunciation.