Running Out Of #StayAtHome Ideas? Here Are 7 Things To Do To Keep You Sane

We’re a week into the Movement Control Order, and boy, are we feeling bored already. With no outdoor activities to keep us busy, naturally, we’d turn to the digital side to keep us sane. Switching between social media apps, watch Netflix, play computer games – every digital activity we can think of, we’ve done. To tell the truth, going on like this isn’t a fair solution. Skyrocketed screen time will have an adverse effect on our well-being and mental health.

Since we can't switch off technology completely at times like this, our advice is to find balance by including analogue activities into our daily lives. Use this isolation period to your advantage by doing things that contribute to self-betterment. For example, finally signing up that course you’ve been pushing to next year or take time to bond with family. You’ll know what to do after reading our list of suggestions that are mostly sans screen.

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With our bad eating habits during this period, it’s just a matter of time before our bodies start growing sideways. After all, we ARE perpetually stuffing our faces with addicting snacks and packets of Maggi we accidentally overstocked. If that’s not the outcome you’re going for, get down on the floor to sweat those calories out! For added motivation, challenge yourself to get abs or booties in two weeks. Chloe Ting has a pretty intense abs workout which many people have sworn by.

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